COMING SOONCircuit of Ireland
Day 2 starts in Armagh on Saturday morning at 8am for a service and refuel before the competitors head out to tackle 10 demanding stages in counties Down and Armagh, including a spectator power stage in the City of Lisburn (9 miles west of Belfast) before finishing back in Armagh at approximately 7pm. There are a total of 16 stages on some of the smoothest fastest tarmac in the world.
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Whats happening in Lisburn
The Lisburn Power Stage
The Lisburn ‘Power Stage’ acts as SS12 & SS13 of the Rally. Starting at 4pm on the Queen’s Road, competitors will race through the 1km stage finishing at Lagan Valley Island, which houses the Council offices, in a rallying spectacular that will present incredible public viewing.
You can download the Spring into Lisburn Centre City Guide HERE for full details of whats happening this Easter Saturday!
Document 2: Spring in to Lisburn City Centre
An Important Safety Message
All spectators are reminded that Motor Sport can be dangerous and despite the Rally Organisers taking reasonable precautions, unavoidable accidents can happen. In respect of these, you are present at your own risk. We ask that you obey all instructions of all rally officials in relation to your safety and that of others.
• Expect the unexpected
• Listen for approaching cars
• Remain alert
• Leave yourself room to move quickly
• Try to keep behind something solid
• Keep children under supervision
• Keep dogs on a lead
• Do as the Marshals ask
• Help the Marshals to run a safe stage
• Respect the countryside
• Stand on the stage
• Stand below the level of the road
• Stand in front of arrows or signs
• Stand in prohibited areas
• Stand or sit on or near log piles, walls or fences
• Sit close to the edge of the stage
• Block escape routes
• Be distracted
• Play games with your safety or that of the drivers
• Remove stage signs or arrows
• Be the one to stop the stage