Kerry Motorsport News would like to thank all of our readers and supporters over the last 12 months.
It has been another record year of growth – and that is saying something given very little happened for most of the year.
Kerry Motorsport News was at the forefront of world motorsport (once it had a Kerry connection) throughout the year.
We were the third website in the world to confirm that Craig Breen and Paul Nagle had signed for M-Sport Ford after DirtFish and WRC.com – good company to be in.
But Kerry Motorsport News was the first in the world to announce the same crew’s entry in the Killarney Historic Rally in a BMW M3. And that led to the highlight of the year…a test spin with Criaig in the BMW on the day before the Killarney rally.
Our feature on Alan Ring’s new Subaru Legacy was the most-read story of the year.
Our motorcycle coverage expanded and as well as covering two-wheeled motorsport for the website, The Kerryman and The Killarney Advertiser we also become the Southern Ireland correspondent for Road Racing Ireland magazine
We covered Kerry people racing all over the world, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Belgium, Britain, Italy, Finland, Estonia, Germany, Portugal and France.
Hugh thanks to all the Kerry folk all over the world – because you fly the Green and Gold flag we have plenty to write about.
There were sad times too, we said goodbye to Pat Allaman, Johnny Hickey and Mike Falvey and we think of them and the massive contributions they made to Kerry motorsport in their lifetimes.
Over 250,000 visitors checked in on the site over the year….and already we are preparing for next year and the Monte Carlo Rally.
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Happy Christmas and New Year to you all.
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