Introduction There has been a sense of excitement through every facet of the rallying world here on the Emerald Isle for the past few months, on a par with halcyon days of old, and unequivocally different to the past decade. There’s a noticeable buzz. It’s hard to pinpoint, but there is a feeling of optimism in the air. The stages, still a constant challenge of mud-splattered, gravel-littered and bumpy ribbons of tarmac have become busier all of a sudden. Crowds are flocking back in larger numbers by the week. The stretches of unkept ditch and shaky stone walls now heave under an even greater load underfoot. Approach roads, once a consummate breeze to negotiate, are feeling the squeeze. Streams of spectators wander down tight lanes and through fields in a manner unlike the early 2000s, all hoping to get a glimpse of the action. Even the helicopters are back. The events, too, are riding the crest of this new wave. Entry lists are becoming longer, more astonishing, and full with of a depth of talent not seen in many years. Since the dawn of Ireland’s economic crisis, rallying bore the brunt. An insatiable lust for speed and performance has long tipped… Read full this story
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