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Ireland

Irish motorsport can proudly look back on a 100-year history, having hosted one of the most important events of the early 20th Century – the Gordon Bennett Cup, globally the first motor race to be staged on closed public roads – at Athy in 1903. Back then, the British team raced in Shamrock Green to honour their Irish hosts – the colour is now recognised as the famous British Racing Green. Between 1929 and 1931, the Irish Grand Prix was run at Phoenix Park.
One of the best-known Irishmen on the international motorsport scene is Eddie Jordan, the Dubliner who founded his eponymous race team which contested 250 grands prix between 1991 and 2005 – with Jordan giving no less than Michael Schumacher his Formula 1 career break.

Mondello Park, Caragh

  • Type(s): Race Track
  • FIA-Grade(s): None
  • Vehicles allowed: Formula Car, Sports Car, Motobike, Race Truck, Road Car
  • Length: 1,152 m - 2,934 m
  • Possible Variants: 4
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