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Tipperary Rallysprint
Ireland

The Route will be over 1km long and consist of all smooth Tarmac and COC Sean Duggan has put a lot of preparation to make it a fast and challenging track. There will be 1 Practice run with a minimum of 3 times runs but is expected that it will be between 3-6 runs achieved on the day and it will be the accumulated time of all runs will determine the winner.

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Uploaded: 24/04/2011
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