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Tour 75:75 Launch
Limerick Motor Club gathered at the Seanchoill Sports Complex, Parteen. Members past and present were there along with members of Limerick Suicide Watch to launch the Tour 75:75, a celebration of 75 years of club activity.
The Tour will consist of two drives on the June Bank Holiday Monday. The West, which goes into East Clare includes Gallows Hill, the location of the club’s first event in 1948. The East uses sections of road that have been used as stages in the Circuit of Munster and Thomond rallies.
 The event is organised by Limerick Motor Club, a Motorsport Ireland affiliated club. Any monetary surplus generated by Tour 75:75 will go directly to Limerick Suicide Watch, a registered charity, whose funding is totally reliant on public donations.
Many tales of times past were exchanged between members of different eras. Many commented on how suitable the Seanchoill Sports Complex is as a headquarters for the event with plenty of parking, a spacious indoor area for display of the club’s history, coffee shop and children’s play ground. Hal Lewis, leader of the organising team, thanked also thanked local companies supporting the event, the National Kart Centre and Davis Printers, he also mentioned the time and skills Parteen Mens Shed have generously given.
People left Seanchoill Sports Complex with eager anticipation of Tour 75:75 on the June Bank Holiday Monday.
Hal Lewis with members of Limerick Suicide Watch
James Doherty, Helen and Tom Slattery
 Club President Barry Tobin
Michael Barrett, Paul O'Connell
Con Ward gives a guided tour of his car
Con Ward giving a guided tour of his car to Niall Mullane