Irish Championship Circuit Racing (ICCR) events are home to all of Ireland’s premier Car Racing Championships. The series was set up in 2021 to bring together the top racing classes in the country under one banner, with an exciting weekend format made up of two days of non-stop action.
Under the guidance of Mondello Park the series is going from strength to strength with increasing grid sizes, new race classes and higher than ever spectator interest. Races are run for Motorsport Ireland (the governing body of Irish Motorsport) sanctioned championships, catering for Single Seater, Saloon, Sportscar, Historic and Junior classes with something on the programme to suit fans of all types of racing.
Events take place mainly at Mondello Park between April and October, with the addition of one overseas trip, to Anglesey in Wales. All events run over two days with different classes racing on each day and all of the Sunday races from each event are livestreamed on the Championships’ dedicated web site www.iccr.ie.
BOSS Ireland, Formula Vee, Formula Sheane, Fiesta ST, Fiesta Zetec, Seat Supercup, Irish Touring Cars, Irish Supercars, Stryker Sportscars, Future Classics, HRCA Historics, Junior Mini, Legends Cars.
All Irish Championship Circuit Racing events take place over two days with a different line-up of classes on each day.
All Classes have a single qualifying session on the morning of the day that they are racing, followed by two 15 minute championship races. Racing usually starts mid morning and runs until the late afternoon. Events are run on both the shorter National Circuit and the longer International Track layout.
Sunday's programme is livestreamed from the start of the first race through to the end of the final race.
There is always plenty of variety at an ICCR event with the programme made up of single seater, saloon, sportscar and historic racing, offering something for all the family.
From the fast and loud Big Open Single Seaters (BOSS), to the humble but no less exciting Ford Fiestas and everything in between excitement is guaranteed. Racing gets underway mid morning and if you can't tear yourself away from the action, there's always an opportunity to take a walk around the paddock and get closer to the cars during the break for lunch.
There are plenty of great places to watch the action from, if you fancy a stroll, with much of the National Track accesible to spectators and some fine viewing areas also available when the cars are on the Intertnational Track. If you prefer to stay put and get a good view of the first corner action then the main straight grandstand or the sloped bank at turn one are the places to watch from.
At ICCR all of our event programmes are available on-line and to download and view the programme on your device all you have to do is scan the QR codes posted around the venue.