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Tipperary Sean Conlon Memorial Forestry Rally
Ireland

This event was the opening round of the Valvoline National Forestry championship which in the past has provided excellent competition. The Forestry championship is a fantastic way for anybody thinking of starting out on the sport or for those who like a very easy relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The club also realise the importance of good stages for drivers so that is why this year Tom Dunne and his team have focused on selecting the best possible stages and then trying to improve on them..

http://www.rally.ie/stories/111302-150016

http://www.tipperarymotorclub.com/

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Uppladdad: 14/02/2011
Uppdaterad: 19/09/2014
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