2013 Irish Drifting Championships Round 2 [RESULTS]

Posted on May 26, 2013 In International James Deane RESULTS

Round 2 of the Irish Drifting Championship took place over the weekend at Punchestown, and some familiar faces emerged at the top of the podium. Alan Sinnott piloted his S14 to the win, beating out the familiar Falken Tire RX7 of James Deane. Most notable on the weekend was young Jack Shanahan who, at age 13, won the ‘semi-pro’ event on Saturday which gave him a bid into the Pro class, where he placed 4th. Keep an eye on this kid in the future!

1st – Alan Sinnott
2nd – James Deane
3rd – Shane O’Sullivan
4th Jack Shanahan (Rookie)

Jacob Leveton

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Jacob Leveton has worked as a freelance journalist for 12 years, specializing in drifting since the first professional competition landed on US shores in 2003. Leveton has worked with more than twenty print and online media outlets to provide unique drifting content.


  1. Your Dick says:

    And no D’mac…again

  2. seamus says:

    DMAC’s tinbox was there but suprize never competed again! must be the most starts from a driftcar and DNF’s so unreliable
    he must be scared of the competition!

  3. ur nan says:

    dono what the story is with dmac its the third or forth time ive wanted to see it in action and disapointed again

    serious days drifting other than that apart from eoin o sullivan’s clash with a barrier such a hard hit

  4. Slider S15 says:

    According to Facebook they’re having rear axle issues (I asked because i’d only seen one pic of it moving this season)

    There’s serious potential in his 86 (I saw it on its debut at TRAX a couple of years ago) and I’m glad he’s finally trying to get some serious development in (He only drove it a couple of times over the past two years)

    PS: His new Black Gold and Pink livery looks AMAZING! 😀