DONEGAL RALLY: Glen stage cancelled over safety concerns


DONEGAL RALLY: Glen stage cancelled over safety concerns

There are only 7.6 seconds separating the leading two crews going into the final two stages of the Donegal International Rally.

The drivers have completed three stages today over High Glen, Atlantic Drive and Fanad Head.

However, due to safety concerns, the second run over High Glen, Stage 18, has been cancelled.

Going into the final two stages, Keith Cronin and Mikie Galvin lead in a Citroen DS3 R5.

Manus Kelly and Donal Barrett are chasing them down in second in their Subaru S12.

Sam Moffett and Karl Atkinson in a Ford Fiesta R5 are third, 14.9 seconds off the lead.

Seamus Leonard's rally is over after he went out on Stage 17.

In the National Category, it's Ford Escort Mk2s all the way with David Bogie and Enda Sherry leading Frank Kelly and Michael Coady by 22 seconds.

Damien Gallagher and Mac Walsh are third.

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