Over 100 cars are expected for Tralee’s Italian job on September 16 and 17

Tralee’s Italian Job

A new car show – for Italian-made vehicles only – has attracted massive interest from enthusiasts.

The Tralee-based show will run on Friday September 16 and Saturday, September 17.
On Friday, over 100 cars will assemble in the FBD car park on John Joe Sheehy road
On Saturday the convoy will depart on a tour of classic rally stages in West Kerry but before they head west the convoy will drive through Tralee town centre.
The event will raise money for the Irish Wheelchair Association and is sponsored by Proplan Property Management
Among the entries so far are at least two Ferraris including one 458 Italia and one Lamborghini Gallardo
Alfa RomeoS entered include two Guilia Quadrifoglios and Stelvios including a quadrifoglio version which is the quickest SUV in the world Nurburgring a stunning Romeo Gtv and a rare Gt
The Lancia Club of Ireland Will display at least 10 Lancia Delta Integrales, and upwards of 20 Lancias in total
The is one very rare Fiat x/19 coming and numerous Fiat 500s including convertible versions.
One Abarth 595 Ferrari edition (only 200 ever made)
“We have had lots of enquiries and lots of drivers looking to acquire something to do the event. The event is open to any Italian car, bike or van from a Vespa to a Ducati to a Fiat to a Lamborghini,” said organiser Rory Kerrins
“Route on Saturday will consist of a spin around Tralee town for approximately 15mins before we head west over the Conor Pass, into Dingle, out around Slea head clockwise, back through Dingle and back into the FBD, Peevers Slye Cotter car parks beside the Rose Hotel where we will spend the evening enjoying.”

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