Getting Started


Getting Started

If you want to get involved in Formula Sheane, the first thing you should do is come to one of the races. Go to the paddock area and ask where the Sheane Cars garage or awning is. Come by and say hello. Check out ‘The Races’ section of this website to find out when the next race is on.

If you want to get more involved there’s a couple of things you can do; the first is log onto the Marchall’s club website. They’re the people who look after safety at all circuit racing meetings. They are all motor-racing enthusiasts and they get a unique view from their stations around the circuit. They are also vital to every race. The website gives all the details of how to become a race marshal and become central to the sport.

The ultimate level of involvement is to go racing. If you want to get behind the wheel of one of our cars, the first thing you’ll need is a racing licence.

To get started in single-seater racing in Ireland means Formula Vee. These cars are inexpensive and relatively mechanically simple. If you fancy trying one out, log onto the Formula Vee website. For more details on getting started in circuit racing go to the Motorsport Ireland website or give them a call.

To contact Formula Sheane, e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Sheane Cars Limited on +353 (0) 404 67189.

Formula Sheane

Formula Sheane featured on Nationwide back in 2003. Andrew Murphy who has been involved for a number of years approached me to take the segment off DVD to make available for all to view and enjoy.

Latest News

Formula Sheane Update January 2020Small 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... (Read more...)
2020 dates out nowThe 2020 Formula Sheane race dates are available now... (Read more...)
Formula Sheane 2019 Rounds 1 & 2 Press ReleaseOur first 2 championship races took place in Mondello on Sunday 14th. While our numbers were not so big 9 starters was a respectable start to the season. The race was as usual competitive and exciting... (Read more...)
2019 Drivers ListHere's the list of drivers which have been confirmed to take part in the 2019 Formula Sheane... (Read more...)
2019 dates out nowThe 2019 Formula Sheane race dates are available now... (Read more...)
Formula Sheane Update January 2019Hi. Apologies for the lack of activity on our website for the past couple of years. That's all going to change hopefully with Philip Sheane keeping us up to date in future. Philip is a 17-year-old fifth year student at Colaiste Chill Mhantain, younger brother of triple Formula Sheane Championship winner Kevin Sheane... (Read more...)