Formula Sheane Update January 2020

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Small numbers was the norm unfortunately for the rest of the season for a number of reasons.
But despite scarcity of cars the racing was invariably very close and eventual champion Richard Kearney earned his laurels the hard way under fierce pressure from Brian Hearty and Sean Hynes in particular.
The last race of the season in Mondello was by any standards the best race of 2019 in any class.
Numbers will be stronger in 2020 as drivers prepare for our 20th anniversary year in 2021.
A few idle cars have been bought up, and along with normal regulars and a few returnees, these should swell the grids.
For drivers finding it hard to find time for a full season we are introducing a mini series where two drivers can share a car i.e. six races each.

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