FORTHCOMING IRISH RACES.
More and more British drivers are entering for the Irish road races. This is due in no small measure to the warm welcome and assistance given by the organisers, and to the assurance of absolutely fair and equal treatment. Forthcoming fixtures are the Leinster Trophy race on July 20th and the Circuit of Limerick on August 5th. The former will be run over the Tallaght Circuit, Co. Dublin, 26 laps of 5 11-12 miles, a total distance of 153 5-6 miles. The Circuit of Limerick is in the centre of the city, and measures miles. 55 laps, or 151+ miles
will constitute the full distance.
Entries have already been received from McCracken (Frazer-Nash) winner of the Bray race, Dobson (Alfa-Romeo), McFerran (Bugatti) and McCalla (Sunbeam).
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