Moll’s Gap tribute #forCraig
Craig Breen will be remembered in a very special way at this weekend’s Assess Ireland Rally of the Lakes.
Craig loved the Killarney roads, his wins in the 2019 Rally of the Lakes and the 2021 Killarney Historic Rally show just what the area meant to him.
Now the people of the area will show what Craig meant to them.
The display of affection will take place on the three runs over the famed Moll’s Gap stage during this weekend’s Assess Ireland Rally of the Lakes.
The last right and left-handers on the approach to the Gap itself will be lined with Craig Breen flags and Irish tricolours.
Over the last few days, children from the various National Schools Along the route have been making these flags.
During the recce for the rally, some of the top drivers called into the schools, to see first-hand the children’s work and to talk about rallying.
These include defending champions Callum Devine and local co-driver Noel O’Sullivan who stopped off at Shrone National School and Robert Barrable and Gordon Noble who visited Hollymount National School. Aaron MacHale and Derek Brannigan called to Rathmore National School.
The children’s work will be placed by event organisers on the two bends on the final approach to the most-famous spectating area in Irish rallying.
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