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  • Sport - Latest Sport News, Results, Analysis & Comment - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    approach the IBA Under 25 Inter association Championship at Belmont tonight not only without their talisman Gary Kelly but also a posse of other experienced heads Donegal opt out fuels a bitter rally rift It is the debate which has split Irish rallying down the middle and now the organisers of the Donegal Rally have thrown fuel on the fire by announcing they intend to withdraw from Ireland s major Tarmac championship next season Dr John Hinds saved my husband s life now Northern Ireland needs an air ambulance in The wife of a motorbike racer almost killed in a 130mph smash has supported calls for an air ambulance in Northern Ireland Rising star Lee Johnston gearing up for Dundrod glory bid Lee Johnston is ready to justify his tag as one of the rising stars of road racing with a win at the 2015 Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix Winner on the Boyle but Donagh takes title Declan Boyle finally secured his first victory of the season in Sligo yesterday but it came way too late to prevent Donagh Kelly becoming Irish national rally champion for the first time It was also the first Irish win for Boyle s new evolution version of M Sport s WRC Ford Fiesta Dominant Kelly on brink of sealing first Irish title Donagh Kelly has swept almost all before him this season and he is expected to nail the first part of a rally title double in Sligo tomorrow Andrew Watson is ready to show off his talent at Spa circuit Andrew Watson will be heading into the unknown when he makes his debut at the Spa circuit in Belgium this weekend The 20 year old student from Donaghmore is part of McLaren s Young Driver programme competing in the British GT championship with satellite team Von Experience counts for on song star bruce Anstey Bruce Anstey is confident he will once again be in contention at the 2015 Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix as the Kiwi looks to continue his stellar season at the final international meeting of the year this August Idris Elba takes it to very limit with Bangor s Michael Orr Idris Elba may be a massive star of film and TV but he is upstaged by Bangor co driver Michael Orr in his latest documentary series No Limits part one of which aired on the Discovery Channel last night Kris Meeke is poles apart after his major smash Kris Meeke summed up Rally Poland in a few words more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Kenny McKinstry on top after battle with Derek McGarrity Motor Sport Kris Meeke is all out of sync after steering nightmare Motor Sport Martin Donnelly My horrific smash changed Ayrton Senna Motor Sport Formula 4 Charlie Eastwood on track Motor Sport No half measures for Declan Boyle Motor Sport Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change

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  • Sport - Latest Sport News, Results, Analysis & Comment - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Rally will both be part of a re structured British championship next season Turkington makes point in tough test Colin Turkington did his best but could only watch from behind as the BMWs in which he often dominated British Touring Car races at the Croft circuit in north Yorkshire again reigned supreme Breen still controls title race despite non finish The flat but deceptively difficult terrain of the north Belgium farmlands proved more than a match for Craig Breen and the Irish contingent contesting the Ypres Rally Breen leads in Ypres but fellow Irish drivers struggle Craig Breen edged into the lead at the end of the first loop of stages on the Ypres Rally in Belgium yesterday Turkington eager to make up lost ground in title race Colin Turkington lost ground in his bid to defend his British Touring Car title after brake trouble and a difficult trio of races at Oulton Park three weeks ago slipping to fifth in the standings 33 points behind the new leader his BMR Volkswagen team mate Jason Plato Eugene Donnelly slams no win rule for WRC cars He is the record equalling five times Irish Tarmac rally champion and now Eugene Donnelly is leading a chorus of disapproval over plans for next year s championship Mum s vigil as race ace Jamie Hamilton fights back after TT crash The devoted mother of a Northern Ireland road racer badly injured in a 170mph crash at the Isle of Man TT has said her son is her life but she will back him 110 if he decides to get back on a motorcycle Now Circuit of Ireland drives onto World stage Top rally driver Kris Meeke has thrown his weight behind moves to include the Circuit of Ireland as part of next year s prestigious World rally championship Red Bull boss Horner says Brawn can be saviour of F1 Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has called for Formula One to call on Ross Brawn in a bid to turn around its flailing fortunes Double delight for Paddy but crash denies teen a treble Two more wins at Oulton Park brought Newtownabbey teenager Paddy McClughan s tally for the season to eight in the Radical Sprint Championship Rosberg on right track as he closes gap at top Nico Rosberg believes he has found the missing ingredient after closing to within 10 points of the world championship lead with a commanding victory in Austria that for once left team mate Lewis Hamilton firmly in his dust more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Kenny McKinstry on top after battle with Derek McGarrity Motor Sport Kris Meeke is all out of sync after steering nightmare Motor Sport Antrim to host Circuit of Ireland qualifier in April Motor Sport Martin Donnelly My horrific smash changed Ayrton Senna Motor Sport Garry Jennings adds Galway to his long list of titles Motor Sport Pregnant woman booted off

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  • Sport - Latest Sport News, Results, Analysis & Comment - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    able to kick back and relax this week at his adopted home on the Isle of Man but only after he completed the Monster Energy Parade lap with team mate Tom Sykes on Wednesday Ulster hopes dashed as Ivan Lintin reigns Broken machinery put a halt to any chance of a Northern Ireland victory in yesterday s Lightweight TT race which was won by Ivan Lintin on the RC Express Kawasaki John McGuinness is hot on Joey Dunlop s trail Morecambe Missile John McGuinness is now within striking distance of Joey Dunlop s all time record of 26 wins at the Isle of Man TT following his 23rd career victory in yesterday s blue riband Senior event Kris Meeke is pipped to best time in Cagliari Kris Meeke warmed up for Rally Italia with the second fastest time during shakedown ahead of last night s ceremonial start and opening spectator stage in the harbour area of the Sardinian capital Cagliari Kris Meeke can take advantage of rift between rivals Kris Meeke could have a ringside seat if a simmering World rally championship feud kicks off in Sardinia this weekend William Dunlop is upbeat despite his Isle of Man TT ending crash William Dunlop s aspirations of a first Isle of Man TT victory are over for another year following a 110mph crash at Laurel Bank during a practice lap on the island yesterday afternoon Mercedes chief delighted to leave Monaco in past Mercedes chief Toto Wolff suggested Formula One fans may have short memories after Lewis Hamilton led home a one two for the team at the Canadian Grand Prix Robert Devenney s bid for title delight well on track Round four of the 2015 NI Karting Championship was held at Bishopscourt at the weekend and Robert Devenney once again dominated the World Formula class Fans made to wait as Superbike showdown is delayed The six lap TT Superbike race which is set to open this year s Isle of Man TT Festival action for the solo classes has been postponed until tomorrow due to inclement weather and gale force winds forecast on the island today Resilient Breen battles to regain Azores lead Craig Breen dragged himself back into the lead after a ferocious fight with arch rival Kajetan Kajetanowicz at the end of the second leg of the Azores Rally more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Kenny McKinstry on top after battle with Derek McGarrity Motor Sport Kris Meeke is all out of sync after steering nightmare Motor Sport Martin Donnelly My horrific smash changed Ayrton Senna Motor Sport Antrim to host Circuit of Ireland qualifier in April Motor Sport Flying start for rejigged Irish series Motor Sport Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain

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  • Martin Donnelly: My horrific smash changed Ayrton Senna - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Ulsterman and close friend then a journalist but later part of the F1 management teams at Jordan Jaguar and Cosworth Gallagher directed him to the glass fronted cubicle were Donnelly was attached to a life support machine and remembers Senna standing there for a long time saying nothing just staring in Then he turned and told Gallagher if the Donnelly family needed anything medical experts money a plane anything they should tell him The following day after an emotional meeting with Prof Watkins Senna attended the post qualifying Press conference and without being asked a question spoke passionately about life death racing and his religious beliefs Donnelly believes that observing the aftermath of accidents was Senna s way dealing with the realities of racing It wasn t only me he saw He stopped at the top of Eau Rouge when Erik Comas crashed at Spa and ran back and was able to help the marshals put him in a recovery position having seen how Prof Watkins and the medical teams had dealt with me and other drivers He stopped too at the scene of Rubens Barrichello and Roland Ratzenberger s accidents on that last weekend at Imola He was always questioning the Prof on the rescue techniques that were being used Maybe that was his way of dealing with it Maybe he needed a near death experience to see for himself to make it feel that it was less likely to happen to him But unfortunately it did little more than 24 hours after Roland Ratzenberger died at Imola Senna was dead too his Williams being smashed to pieces against the barriers at the Tamburello curve You think of Ayrton and I know I can t complain He had his millions was set for life had no family dependents You realise after time that because you are in the F1 paddock you are cocooned Everything is given to you clothes cars phone Hugo Boss factory trips you are not part of the real world Just hours before the accident I had signed a letter of intent to extend my Lotus contract and picked up a 40 000 dollar retainer cheque I was to lead the team in 1991 with a young Mika Hakkinen as my No2 That cheque is framed and hanging on the wall along with my bent steering wheel reminders you might say of what might have been Yes in the months afterwards you desperately want to get back in there and live that F1 life again but after a while when you realise you can t there is a life outside F1 to deal with You still have to pay your mortgage and your bills I don t feel hard done by and Ayrton s death was my reality check It was time to let go of the dream Emotional return to cockpit Martin Donnelly was given a rapturous reception when he climbed back on board a Lotus Lamborghini at the Goodwood Festival of Speed earlier this year Not the same one in which he almost died at Jerez 21 years ago it was totally destroyed but the sister car of team mate Derek Warwick totally restored and in the same yellow Camel colours It was a bit like meeting up with an old girlfriend you had fallen out with 20 years ago but still kept coming back to bother you he explained Driving the car again was a magical moment Originally from the Glen Road in west Belfast he continues to live in Norfolk but keeps his connections to Northern Ireland through the Martin Donnelly Trophy race at Kirkistown a event which commemorates his late father Donnelly remains closely involved with racing driving Lotus sports cars very successfully but just for fun now and has had roles in team management and driver coaching He travels widely as an ambassador for Lotus Cars and also operates the Donnelly Track Academy specialising in driver training and Lotus race car hire And he has been added to the F1 stewards panel taking his place for the first time at the Korean Grand Prix earlier this month It was nice to be asked but then they probably knew what they were doing I ve had plenty of experience of being up in front of them in the past The movie is breathtaking The cinematic qualities of Ayrton Senna s rise and fall won t come as a surprise to Formula One fans but for the rest of us this recently released extraordinary documentary is a revelation Constructed entirely of TV and home movie footage that was shot during the Brazilian champion s glory days it s a riveting intensely moving tragedy that beats any Hollywood sports movie for intimate drama and stomach tightening thrills There s no narrator no contemporary footage and very little on its protagonist s personal life Indeed Asif Kapadia s Senna is one of the most sporting of sports documentaries but no less gripping for it This is a Zidane like portrait of the driver as an artist following Senna from karting prodigy to his sparring with French driver Alain Prost once a team mate but ultimately a sworn enemy Of course the elephant in the film is Senna s fatal Imola crash in 1994 The tension Senna and ultimately the viewer feels in the run up to this race is gripping even more so for those viewers who weren t familiar with the Brazilian and have no idea how his story ends The tension punctuates almost every second leading up to the jaw dropping sequence in which we follow Senna s final minutes via the in car camera The effect is that of being inside the head of a man with seconds to live Breathtaking Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact

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  • Eddie Irvine: Formula 1 is now embarrassing - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    see that in every business you meet actors and they think their movies are life changing and you see footballers and they think their matches mean everything but when you step outside that world you realise it s not that important Family is important to Eddie in particular his daughter Zoe who attends Regent House in Newtownards just as he did many years before I get home quite a lot My daughter is here she goes to Regent House Maria her mum has done a fantastic job and Zoe has turned out great he says She studies hard knows what she has got to do and seems to have good staying power for the things she starts This is not a motormouth playboy talking just a proud dad Irvine brings his experience home with new race school By Steven Beacom Formula One legend Eddie Irvine recently completed his purchase of motoring business Race School Ireland and added to a portfolio of sports venues owned by his company Eddie Irvine Sports was founded in 2003 and since it launched has come to acquire indoor go karting paintball laser combat six 3G football pitches a Room2Race simulator centre and a snooker hall The racer can personally attest to the effect of Race School Ireland having completed his own racing license with the company Not long afterwards in 1987 he went on to win the F1600 Esso RAC British Championships and the coveted Formula Ford Festival For years the driver has had a close business relationship with Race School Ireland making the purchase more of a personal match In a statement Eddie Irvine Sports said This business amalgamation is evidence that we are continuing to rapidly push forward as Ireland s leading motor sports and corporate entertainment provider This also allows the history of Eddie Irvine s career to be showcased in a real educational and fitting environment allowing every motor enthusiast the opportunity to be a racing driver for a day Race School Ireland has as its home the famous Kirkistown Circuit a 1 53mile race track that is the only one certified by the Motor Sports Association in Ireland It is located on the Ards Peninsula Irvine makes island dreams a reality Have you ever fancied buying an island in the beautiful Bahamas Yeah me too We can dream For Eddie Irvine however it s reality and now he is developing it into a stunning resort It s just one of many business ventures Conlig s most famous son is involved in Eddie revealed I m developing an island in the Bahamas which I bought a few years ago It is a virgin island and private island where they filmed Pirates of the Caribbean and the plan is to develop it into a beautiful resort At the moment I have three houses on it three octagons and probably another five to go That will be about it It s going to be very low impact He earned millions as a Formula One driver and has been earning even more since leaving the sport having invested in various types of property his love for cutting a deal began when he first left Northern Ireland to become a racing driver I ve always been interested in property When I moved to England the first thing I did was buy a house says Irvine It s a good way of doing something that can make you money as opposed to costing you money Leaving Formula One wasn t a problem for me because I had so many other interests I build my houses in Miami and I love the houses that I build The houses make money but I don t build them to try and make money I build them to make them look amazing Hopefully people will come along and think the same way about the houses buy them and give me a nice profit I want to keep building The recession was an opportunity for me to buy good properties at good prices which should be good going forward Irvine s business brain is clearly working On the 2013 Sunday Times Rich List his fortune was said to be a staggering 83m making him the seventh richest sportsman in Britain Questions for Eddie Steven Beacom Sebastian Vettel is now a four time World champion but is he in the same league as fellow German and your old Ferrari team mate Michael Schumacher who won seven titles Eddie Irvine Vettel s record is amazing though he has kept the best car pretty much every year which Michael didn t have The one thing about Michael was when he won his first two championships he felt this is boring I m going to go to Ferrari and re build Ferrari and that was very admirable He struggled there for four years before he won another championship Vettel just staying at Red Bull winning trophies is boring I don t see what he s trying to prove Okay he s going to collect a lot of championships but you know what who cares SB What s your thoughts on Lewis Hamilton EI I think Lewis lost the plot a little bit because he went too showbiz His entry into Formula One was fantastic and his talent was amazing Then he wanted to be a movie star or a rapper or something else People want their sports stars to be 100 committed to being sports stars I think he is coming back from that now and it would be nice if he could challenge Vettel Lewis and Fernando Alonso are the two guys capable of taking Vettel on if their cars are up to it Unfortunately they aren t at the moment SB Who do you admire in sport EI Not really anyone All people in sport are doing it for themselves and good luck to them I don t watch sport really because I have too much going on myself I prefer watching the

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/motor-sport/formula1/eddie-irvine-formula-1-is-now-embarrassing-29847974.html (2016-02-15)
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  • No half measures for Declan Boyle - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    the first time Meanwhile Donnelly the second most successful driver of all time in the series behind the late Bertie Fisher has four Galway wins on his CV but he has crashed on his last two appearances in the Mini as he battled to keep up with the Subarus An icy weekend in the west might prove a more level playing field The 100 plus line up which includes the first appearance of a new R5 class Citroen DS3 in the hands of Jonny Greer will leave Galway on Saturday 10am for a 14 stage event mainly around Gort It finishes on Sunday evening Top of the entry list 1 Declan Boyle Subaru Impreza 2 Garry Jennings Subaru Impreza 3 Eugene Donnelly Mini 4 Donagh Kelly Ford Focus 5 Sam Moffett Ford Fiesta 6 Dean Raftery Mini 7 Josh Moffett Ford Fiesta 8 Declan Gallagher Toyota Starlet 9 Steve Simpson Subaru Impreza 10 Jonny Greer Citroen DS3 Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Kenny McKinstry on top after battle with Derek McGarrity By Sammy Hamill It is four years since Kenny McKinstry won the last of his four Northern Ireland rally championships but he is back on the top of the table after his victory in the opening round of the 2016 series the Pacenotes Kris Meeke is all out of sync after steering nightmare Another rocky rally for Kris Meeke The Dungannon driver was forced to retire from second place on day one of Rally Sweden after his Citroen broke its steering Antrim to host Circuit of Ireland qualifier in April By Sammy Hamill Antrim is to play host to the qualifying stage when the European rally championship comes to town for the Circuit of Ireland in April Rally Sweden Kris Meeke up for racing despite dangers of the unknown By Sammy Hamill Kris Meeke is happy Rally Sweden is going ahead but wary about what lies ahead over the next three days Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Kenny McKinstry on top after battle with Derek McGarrity Motor Sport Kris Meeke is all out of sync after steering nightmare Motor Sport Martin Donnelly My

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  • Max Sorensen helps Ireland off to flyer against UAE in Twenty20 opener - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    24th ODI ton from 94 balls got his side home in 44 overs Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Ireland indebted to O Brien brothers in victory over the UAE The O Brien brothers steered Ireland to a 34 run run win in the first Twenty20 of their two match series against the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi Irish keen to get misfiring batsmen back into shape Ireland will be keen to return to winning ways when they play two more Twenty20 internationals against UAE in the impressive Sheikh Zayed Stadium starting tomorrow Familiar errors resurfacing for Ireland on slow pitches By Ian Callender The Ireland squad fly to Abu Dhabi tonight grateful to have three games in the next week to try and right the wrongs that surfaced again in their final Twenty20 international against Papua New Guinea in Ireland fail to complete series sweep as Gary Wilson reaches landmark Papua New Guinea beat Ireland by 11 runs in the third and final Twenty20 international at Townsville Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Ireland indebted to O Brien brothers in victory over the UAE Cricket Max Sorensen helps Ireland off to flyer against UAE in Twenty20 opener Cricket Irish keen to get misfiring batsmen back into shape Cricket Chris Gayle apologises and says he regrets TV date joke Cricket Frenzied outrage over Chris Gayle s laddish comments is over the top Cricket Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland Boot out of rugby coaches who rush players with brain injuries back onto Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Multiple car crash on M1 citybound in Belfast Belfast footbridge plan

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  • Steven Donnelly eyes Rio joy after shock second chance - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    hard to do as well In the National Stadium three rounds I stayed on him and never gave him space to breathe I was on him the whole time Since then he was welcomed into the High Performance Unit with open arms joining the squad of Belfast fighters goofing around and having the times of their lives with a deadly and clear eyed ambition behind it all In early December it was announced that he had achieved a quota place for the Rio Olympics Fighting for the Huzzars of Poland in the World Series of Boxing WSB he won five out of six bouts Therefore it was Donnelly and not Nolan that gained the one slot available at welterweight You can t help but improve once you are down there he said of the Dublin training camps I was under Zaur Antia and John Conlan Zaur is a brilliant coach The best in the world I would say I love going on the pads with him you learn stuff all the time On a Friday he travels back home but Saturdays are spent working in the SINI complex at Jordanstown and Mondays are strength and conditioning sessions with Robbie Bremner calling the orders Having flopped so badly in India he is no stranger to the fragility of the mind ahead of that flight to Brazil He warned There are always doubts There are always things going on in your personal life and stuff like that But we have a psychologist there Gerry Hussey who is good The whole team here have a plan set out so if anything goes wrong there is someone there to sort it out He has plans for life after Rio I am definitely done with the amateurs I am turning pro straight after the Olympics he added I don t know who I am signing with but there have been ones onto me before Macklin and that The Olympics is my first goal to go over and do really well in Brazil Then get a bigger signing on fee It beats fighting on the street for no reward and plenty of shame He knows he has Hamill to thank for that I used to think I was out that I would never be back he said But once I won that first Ulster senior after a few years out I always knew I had the talent I knew I did Boxing always has the best storylines Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate

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