The introduction of race and rally
motorcycle engined buggies have taken Ireland by storm. These open -
wheeled, fire spitting monsters are becoming increasingly popular in the
clubman motorsport level here in Ireland and as awareness and interest grows
we hope to cater for all customers that have a desire for some adrenaline
fuelled action. Speedcar, based in Golm鳬 are the number one
manufacturer of this new breed of machinery collecting accolades such as 13
time Spanish autocross champions along the way. We hope to bring some
of the success to the UK and Ireland by providing a range of new and used Speedcars that have been prepared to the highest of standards.
To become part of this new phenomenon
contact Speedcar UK and Ireland today in order to get up close
and personal with this new form of motorsport which really is second to
Sunday 21st February - Nutts Corner
Motorsport Centre, Belfast, hosted the penultimate round of the RSA Winter
Series and bosted a 22 strong grid of motorcycle engined Crosskart machines.
As ever the competition was fierce in both Class 9 and 10 with all drivers
being fit to compete for the win. Once again Speedcar proved themselves as
the class of the field taking victory in both the 600cc and 750cc classes.
Chris Quinn claimed the top spot on the podium once again with Danny
Ferguson closely behind in the class for 600cc machines. Quinn claimed the
win by just 0.3 seconds at the end of 7 stages, thus extending his lead and
inching him ever closer to the championship honours and securing a Speedcar
1,2. In the class for 750cc machines, Terry McKay, in his Speedcar Xtrem
demonstrated his talent by winning class 10 by a margin of just under 10
seconds keeping him in contention for the championship title. This builds up
to a hotly contested final round at Aghadowey Race Circuit where the bid for
the series win will go down to the wire with Speedcar looking favourites to
take victory in both the 600cc and 750cc classes.
Terry McKay, 750cc Xtrem
Chris Quinn, 600cc Xtrem
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