Against a background of the War of Independence and the Irish Civil War, not much news that was good came out of Ireland in the turbulent 1920s. The Irish International Grand Prix was designed - along with the Eucaristic Congress - to present another side of Ireland, showing a country capable of organising large scale events of international importance. The races were a tremendous success and were held between 1929 and 1931, only coming to an end with the arrival in power of the Eamon deValera led Fianna Fail Government. This book tells the full story of the remarkable event in the early history of the Irish Free State.
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Date of Publication: 21/10/2019