2003 Castle Hellfire Rally - Competitor Video now on DVD

2003 Castle Hellfire Rally - Competitor Video now on DVD

SVS Productions coverage of the 2003 Castle Hellfire Rally which includes every competitor that passed our cameras, in-car camera footage, graphics, music, and interviews with the top crews.

Mountnugent plays host to Rally HQ, as 130 crews descend upon the region for the Castle Automobile Club’s 2003 Castle Hellfire Rally. With number 1 seed Tim McNulty absent, Paul McCann heads the entry into the event, with stiff competition coming from Tom Holton, Sean Gallagher, Sean McArdle, Pat Donegan, and many more… 3 fast tarmac stages await the crews, with challenging corners, and some tricky bumps to keep them on their toes.. Weather is always an issue on this type of event, and with the 2 wheel drive cars as equally able of taking the spoils, will be an interesting battle…


    1 DVD in one case.
    Approx 90 mins of coverage total.


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