The RiverRidge Recycling Rally Team has fastened their seat belts and is getting ready to take part in the high adrenaline Glens Of Antrim Rally for the second year in a row.
Mid Antrim Motor Club will host the final round of the Valvoline Irish Forest rally championship, which will see a return to the fantastic Cam and Springwell forests.
Following the success of the last three years, RiverRidge Recycling for the fourth year in a row, has announced that they will be the Glens of Antrim Rally headline sponsor.
Competition is stronger than ever of this exciting and bold race, which will cover 38 stage miles and 65 road miles of racing and a large number of entries.
Taking place on Saturday 7th November 2015, this year’s event promises to be an action filled day with the finest in rallying taking part in the six special stages totaling forty competitive miles at the classic forest rally.
Clerk of the Course William Carey said, “We are extremely delighted to welcome back RiverRidge Recycling as headline sponsor, the support provided by the company plays a very significant part in the event.
“Without them we couldn’t provide such an excellent event and this year as before we will be using their Ringsend premises as our Rally HQ.
RiverRidge Recycling’s Financial Director, Eamon Doherty, a keen motorsport fan and rally driver will be jumping into the hot seat this year again for the final loop of the 2015 Championship.
“It’s fantastic that RiverRidge is involved in the Glens of Antrim Rally again this year,” said Eamon.
“It is a great opportunity for us, at RiverRidge Recycling we pride ourselves in supporting local events and being headline sponsor provides us with the opportunity to not only show our support for this superb local event but get to play a part in providing local rally competitors and fans with such an attractive day’s racing.
“This year we will be running three cars in the event, and we are prepared for the highly competitive race, and of course we are hopeful that we can build on our results from last year.”
Mr Carey concluded; “If you want to experience the thrill of the race, registration is still open. Entry fee is £295 and road risk insurance has been reduced to £18.
More information along with entry forms and regulations can be found at www.mamc.co.uk.