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What are Multi-Venue Autotests?

 
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Multi-Venue Auto testing.

Is auto testing. Re-philosophised so the decisive factor is the test site. Softer than car park auto testing, only the course markers (buildings, farm and landscaping artefacts) are more solid. Open to anyone with a competition licence and an insured road-traffic- act legal car (because open road NON- competitive sections link the off-road test sites), except they are probably too difficult for beginners. A car, working hand brake, steering-wheel knob for FWD cars, probably smaller the better and consider no catalyser. Otherwise, only 4-wheel drive is forbidden. You will be around factory yards, farm yards (the real fun part!) and country houses. Either or both the tests and the scenery can be breath-taking. Combine deadly-buzz with autocross, auto tests, rally and rally-cross multi-venue is the best-kept secret in Irish Motor sport, and we can only thank our Clerks-of-the Course for their huge input in their organising.

(Article thanks to Tim Faulkner)

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