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Rally GB could land in Northern Ireland in 2020

The chances of Britain’s round of the WRC relocating to Northern Ireland next year are on the up according to a government report. The motorsport taskforce report has fuelled hopes that Rally GB will switch to Ulster from Wales in 2020. A cross-border Rally Ireland was last on the WRC calendar in 2007 and 2009. Top Hyundai driver and Irishman Kris Meeke reckons the taskforce’s work means that Northern Ireland can have a 'prosperous” future in motorsport. 'There are more team members from Northern Ireland working in the WRC and coming out to spectate,' said Meeke. 'I've been following the work of the taskforce closely and it's important that they get the necessary...
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