Ballybannon Hill Climb 1925 to 1933

Coming later this year - the story of the motorsport hill climbs at Ballybannon between 1925 and 1933. Ballybannon, near Castelwellan in County Down, Northern Ireland was first used as a hill climb in 1903 as part of the fortnight of events around the Gordon Bennett International Challenge Race. It was also used as the first event when the Ulster Automobile Sports Club was formed in 1925. Anybody who was anybody competed there including works drivers from Star and Alvis. Expected date of publication - December 2023

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Interested in learning more about motorsport in Northern Ireland? My first book, Cultra - Motoring with panache, covers the period 1905 to 1911. The next book, From Ballybannon Hill to Magilligan Strand, will be available from 6th December and covers the hill climbs at Ballybannon, Craigantlet, Croft, Red Brae , the sand races at Magilligan and the cancelled 1924 Ulster MotorGrand Prix.