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 Ulster Rally Radio is back for 2017

Ulster Rally Radio is back for 2017

Join us live with radio coverage through the two days of this year’s John Mulholland Motors Ulster Rally and listen to all the action and reaction as it unfolds.

The Northern Ireland Motor Club has enlisted Rally Radio regulars Chris Rawes, Xavier McCartan and Toni Kelly of Rawcast Media to report from the stages to a world-wide audience. 

Chris is looking forward to this year’s event; “Last year saw record numbers logging onto the live radio and there’s lots to hear. We bring you up to the minute information from the end of each stage with driver interviews, a rundown of what’s happening on the ground as well as all the latest results.

“It’s really easy and it’s free, just visit and click the ‘Listen Live’ button. So if you are watching the stages, log in on your phones and here the live commentary. Alternatively, if you can’t make it, you can log on from anywhere in the world!”

Chris, Xav and Toni have worked together in the past and their experience and enthusiasm will no doubt add to the excitement and flavour of this year’s event. Chris has reported from international events since 1998 and is now the voice of the ERC where he reports and voices television programmes from every European Rally Championship round.

Xav runs his own PR company and is involved on a day to day basis with rallying in the UK and Ireland. They are joined again this year by local Letterkenny based rally driver and presenter Toni Kelly.

Planning to see some action…then download the spectator guide to see where all the stage viewing areas are or order a programme online. Programmes will also be available from the Media Office at the Service Park in Ebrington, Visit Derry Offices, Derry~Londonderry as well as newsagents and garages throughout the area.

This new radio service is free with coverage starting on Friday at 12 noon.

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