A vintage car rally will pass though the county today on the N86 and the northwards road to Carraigafoyle and Tarbert. Around 120 cars ranging in age from 30 to 75 years old are taking part in the rally. The event is focusing on exploring some of the county’s more remote and beautiful area. Over 20 nationalities are represented at the rally which includes reliability trialsThe morning will be taken up with a tour of Slea Head, taking in Minard Castle, Dunbeg Fort and Gallarus. The rally will continue onto Tralee via the Connor Pass and head north via Carraigafoyle Castle to take the Tarbert Ferry. There will not be any road closures to facilitate the rally but organisers say motorists on these routes should expect delays and apologise for any inconvenience.
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