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Circuit of Ireland Video Footage

Hi , i have around 2 hours of footage from the coi, easter stages and national rally as follows:

ss2 - Easter stages - top 10/15 cars - stage cancelled after that
-Craig Bennett stalling
-Biggerstaff half spin

- International rally
- All competitors
- McNulty half spin
- Hairpin right round bales
- good sideways stuff



ss5/8 - Square right with lots of gravel
- Great sideways action again
- glenn allen overshoot
- Biggerstaff stall and overshoot
-374, 343, 350, 372, 377, 380 overshoot
- Nova overshooting
-Seamus Hegarty overshoot
- Toye in a Civic breaking diff!

** Van driver driving on the stage while it was live
- was totally ridiculous! anyone else see it?

ss18 - International rally
- Flatout straight over big bumps

-National rally
-Square right facing big pillars
-Amazing sideways action!
-Neil Coulter smacking pillar in his civic
-Loads of mk2s whacking the bushes

ss22 - ss18 - International rally and national rally
-Square right facing big pillars
-Amazing sideways action!
-McHale and Loads of mk2s whacking the bushes

-- star of the show was mark mcelhinney in the 00 car.. absolutely lethal!

Email us for any info!

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dvds and videos available

cheers jonny
 

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One tinng about the video clips is the backround music. I wouldn be gone on it. Some of the clips you can barely hear the car with the backround music. I just thought maybe it would be better without backround music
 

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hey thanks for that!

yeah the problem is that i reduce the sound quality and so sometimes the car noise drops down even lower than the music! the online versions are only previews anyways so its just a small sample of whats available!

kind regards

jonny
 
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