The Royal Irish Automobile Club is a member-based organisation founded in 1901 to promote and foster an interest in motor sports, motoring, leisure and the overall automobile industry. The Club’s base is Dawson Street, Dublin 2, housing a facility available to members with
This is just a note to let you know that I will be retiring at the end of November this year. It seems a very short time ago since I first took up the role of Executive Manager of the Motorsport Department of the RIACRead More
The fourth National Classic Car Show of the Royal Irish Automobile Club will take place on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th March 2018 in the Simmonscourt Hall of the Royal Dublin Society at Ballsbridge.Read More
Today, Euro NCAP rounds off its busiest-ever year with new safety ratings for fifteen more car models. Five stars were awarded to the Hyundai KONA, the Kia Stinger, the fourth generation BMW 6 series and the Jaguar F-PACE released early last year. Three stars wereRead More
Today, Euro NCAP publishes the safety ratings of eight new vehicles, among which four have made their first appearance on the market this year: the X-Class, the luxury pick-up by Mercedes-Benz; the F-Pace’s smaller brother, the Jaguar E-Pace; the new DS brand’s flagship car, theRead More
Global NCAP and AA South Africa launch #SaferCarsforAfrica today (22) in Cape Town, with the first independent crash test assessment of some of South Africa’s most popular compact and small cars. The crashworthiness results of the five cars tested show a wide range of safetyRead More
Today, Euro NCAP publishes the safety ratings of eight new vehicles: the Volvo XC60 in the large off-road category; the VW T-Roc, Škoda Karoq and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross in the small off-road category; the Citroën C3 Aircross and Opel Crossland X small MPV category; andRead More
1st December 2017: The Royal Irish Automobile Club (‘RIAC’ or ‘the Club’) has agreed heads of terms of an agreement with Tetrarch Capital Limited (‘Tetrarch’) for the redevelopment of the Club’s premises on Dawson Street. The proposed scheme is subject to approval by members ofRead More
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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