Royal Irish Automobile Club
Founded in 1901, the Royal Irish Automobile Club is a private members' club, situated amidst the finest surroundings in central Dublin. The club provides the most up-to-date facilities combined with classical and historic surroundings, offering a unique environment in which members can relax with their guests. The club boasts two restaurants, a bar, members' reading room, and meeting rooms as well as the finest motoring history archive on this island, in the Guiness Seagrave Library. The meeting rooms are available for business or for private functions and in-house catering is available. The club has 140 secure parking spaces, a stone's throw from St Stephen's Green and secure supervised parking is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
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LUAS Information below. Access to Dawson Street for RIAC, La Ruelle and Motorsport Ireland will remain unchanged.
Luas Cross City has confirmed that new permanent traffic arrangements will come into effect on Dawson St from Monday, September 11th, 2017.
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It is with great sadness that we record the passing of Cecil Sparks who died peacefully on Saturday last, 23rd September 2017, in the care of the doctors and staff of the Beacon Hospital. Cecil’s contribution to the Royal Irish
Today, Euro NCAP releases safety ratings for nine new cars. The Ford Fiesta, Jeep Compass, Mazda CX-5, Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet, Opel Grandland X and Renault Koleos are all awarded five stars while Opel’s all-electric Ampera-e gets four. Kia’s supermini Picanto and small-family Rio both achieve