Bumblebee 1000: Where to see the cars in Killarney, Tralee, Castlegregory and Dingle this weekend 

Bumblebee 1000: Where to see the cars in Tralee, Killarney, Castlegregory and Killarney

A stunning fleet of Supercars is set to roll into Kerry this coming weekend.

The two-day Bumblebee 1000 VIP Drive, which is raising funds for the Little Blue Hero’s garda charity, will set out from Straffan in County Kildare on Saturday morning.

After stops in Adare and Abbeyfeale County Limerick, the high powered cavalcade will arrive in Killarney at around 5.30pm.

Members of the public will be able to get up close and personal with a fleet of amazing cars like Lamborghinis, McLarens, Bentleys, American muscle cars, Nissan GTRs, Audi Supercars, an AMG Mercedes and Jaguars at the overnight halt at the Gleneagle Hotel.

On Sunday morning the cars will go on display at the Gleneagle Hotel from 9am to 10.30am before setting off for Tralee, arriving at the Inver Petrol Station Castlemaine Road at approximately 11am. 

As there are large crowds expected at the Tralee halt an over flow car park has been organised at the Aspen Grove Solutions depot across the street. 

An additional pitstop at the Inver Petrol Station in Aughcashla near Castlegregory has been added to the schedule and cars are expected there after 12 noon. 

From there, this gallery of automotive artwork will head to Dingle via the spectacular climb up to Conor Pass and will finish the tour at the Dingle Skellig Hotel at 1.30pm.

All timing subject to change due traffic and weather conditions. 

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