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Cultra - Motoring With Panache

"Cultra - Motoring With Panache 1905 to 1911" is a fascinating and meticulously researched book that takes you on a journey back in time to the early days of motoring in Ireland. Focusing on the period between 1905 and 1911, the book provides a vivid and engaging account of the motoring events of the time, from early road races and rallies to the emergence of the automobile as a symbol of style and luxury.

Drawing on a wealth of historical sources and archival material, the author brings to life the stories of the pioneering drivers, mechanics, and motoring enthusiasts who made the early years of motoring in Ireland such an exciting and vibrant time. From the first motor shows and exhibitions to the thrill of racing on the open road, "Cultra - Motoring With Panache 1905 to 1911" offers a unique and compelling insight into a bygone era.

This book will appeal to anyone with an interest in motoring history, Irish history, or the social and cultural changes of the early 20th century. It is a must-read for anyone who loves cars and wants to understand more about the roots of modern motoring.


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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.