Greenmount Motorsport Bonanza at Limerick Racecourse this weekend

The Incorporating the Thomond Rallysprint & Family Fun Day comes to the Limerick Racecourse in Patrickswell Co. Limerick for the first time ever on Sunday, May 21st. 

This super exciting event will showcase a huge variety of classic cars, a wide selection of supercars, race cars from every breath of motorsport, trade stands and so much more!

Visitors to the event will have the opportunity to view a super wide selection of vintage cars, including historic race & sports cars from across the decades. This show will also feature a special exhibit of super rare supercars that are sure to captivate car enthusiasts of all ages. 

In addition to the impressive display of vehicles, the Greenmount Motorsport Bonanza will offer a range of activities and entertainment for all ages. Experience the action from Thomond Rallysprint and an impressive display from rallycross veteran, Tommy Graham. On top of that you can also check out motorsport stands from every area of motorsport in Ireland, view a wide display of vehicles from the An Garda Siochana fleet, various trade stands and much more!

Finally, you can also have the opportunity to meet some of the big names in motorsport in Ireland, such as Jack Shanahan or Gary Kiernan and also meet Irish stars like Una Healy, Greg O’Shea and more. We’ll also be joined by guests of the charity, Little Blue Heroes who will be raising funds to help seriously ill children at the Bonanza.

“The Greenmount Motorsport Bonanza is a super exciting event for us to have the opportunity to organise. This event is being organised for the first time ever with the aim of raising funds for the super important Irish Motorsport Benevolent Fund, which helps families of motorsport competitors who are faced with serious illness or injury. This charity means a lot to us so we’re hoping we can have as much impact as we can and help as many people as possible.” said spokesperson for IRCA, Anthony Nestor. “We’re thrilled to be bringing this event to Limerick with the support of the local community, and we’re looking forward to seeing the community enjoy the show.”

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