Fiesta ST Championship – Mondello Park

Fiesta ST Championship

The Fiesta class was introduced in 2013 as a budget class to attract first time and experienced racers and quickly became the biggest class in Irish Car Racing.
The championship is for 1250cc, Zetec engined, 3 or 5 door hatchback models, built between 1996 and 2001. Cars in the championship are near standard and must conform to a tightly controlled set of regulations and run on a specified Yokohama Tyre. The championship is organised and controlled by Mondello Park.

For more information on the Championship contact:

Fiesta Management Team,
Leo Nulty Promotions

Interesting Information

How fast do these cars go?
Fiesta STs cars can get up to 160kph on the main straight in Mondello Park.

How much do these cars cost?
Cars needing work have changed hands for as little as €5,500 but a top car, ready to race, might command €9,000 or more.

And what do they cost to run for a season?
You can run a Fiesta Zetec yourself for approximately €850 per race weekend.

How do I drive these cars? What are the licence requirements?
You can drive a Fiesta ST with a National B licence.

Tell me something interesting about this class
The 2.0 cars are far quicker than the Zetecs. The grid includes a list of multiple champions, including Erik Holstein, Michael Cullen and Dave Maguire. Both of the Fiesta classes normally compete in Mondello Park, Kirkistown and Bishopscourt Race Circuit during the season. However The 2020 Championship will be contested over 8 rounds at Mondello Park.

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1 Erik Holstein 182
2 Michael Cullen 151
3 David Maguire 138
4 Alex Denning 111
5 Barry-John McHenry 107
6 Brendan Fitzgerald 101
7 Ross Barnes 88
8 Gordon Kellett 78
9 Brian Flanagan 68
10 Ronan McHale 68
11 Trevor Farrar 65
12 Graham McDonnell 57
13 Kevin Doran 55
14 Michael Clune 32
15 David Kidd 28
16 Niall Mc Fadden 27
17 Chris Jones 26
18 Guy Wynn 17
19 John Lally 15


Coffee 2 Go sponsors the Fiesta ST Championship

Graham McDonnell is not only a keen motor racer, but also the owner of the well known coffee shop chain, Coffee 2 Go. For 2020, he has combined his passions as his business teams up with the class he competes in- the newly named Coffee 2 Go Fiesta ST Championship

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