About the club

Mayo & District Motorsport club has been serving the motorsport community in the West of Ireland since 1976. The club organises a number of events every year including the Mayo Stages Rally in March and a number of Autocross events throughout the year. 2015 saw the club return to running the Mayo Forest Rally after a 20 year absence. Sean Mchugh
Justin Ryan The club have monthly meetings at the start of every month. Check the website home page for date and venue each month. At present, the club has over 100 members. Many members compete locally, nationally and internationally. Click here to find information on how to join the club.

Mayo & District Motorsport Club is committed to the promotion of Motorsport and is affiliated to Motorsport Ireland.


The club actively supports the joint RSA / Motorsport Ireland “Keep the Race in its Place Safety Campaign” and also the FIA “Action for Road Safety” Global Campaign. The club are regularly involved in local Road Safety Events in co-operation with the R.S.A, Mayo County Council, Bus Eireann and An Garda Siochana,


Club Members can get experience in varying roles including competing, marshalling and timekeeping. Senior roles such as Stage Commanders, Asst/Deputy COC and COC roles are generally filled by club members who have gained varied experience assisting at a no. of events.

Club members are encouraged to assist at club events and also to travel to other events in the motorsport calendar to provide support to neighbouring Clubs – these include the Galway International Rally, Midland Stages, Donegal International Rally, Sligo Stages Rally, Galway Summer Rally, Clare Stages Rally and the Donegal Harvest Rally. The club then gets support from those clubs to assist with the running of our own Rally.

The club also assists at other local events from time-to-time in the local community.

Killian Duffy and Al Kuwari in action at Cyprus Rally
 Winners!! There are many young drivers in the Club who compete in events but due to financial and other constraints are unable to contest the National Championship or any other regional championship. This restricts them from attempting to qualify for the Billy Coleman award-which is the award which recognises the best young driver (under 27) each year in Ireland.

To encourage young drivers to start off at this level, Mayo & District Motorsport Club have a “Young Driver Support Scheme”.