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Garry Jennings achieved a memorable overall victory on last weekend’s Corrib Oil Galway International Rally (February 5-7), using his Kumho-shod Subaru Impreza to beat three-times British Rally Champion Keith Cronin’s Citroën DS3 into second place by almost 3.5 minutes.

This was a notably sweet result for 2013 Irish Rally Champion Jennings, who had never won the event before, despite many years of trying. And though on this occasion he led from start to finish there were still concerns throughout, with many competitors crashing out as a result of the challenging conditions and worries over the Subaru’s wipers and central differential; the latter was of particular concern and something the team were understandably keen to keep secret from their fellow competitors.

Kumho Tyre   JENNINGS POWERS HIS KUMHO SHOD SUBARU TO MEMORABLE  VICTORY IN THE GALWAY INTERNATIONAL RALLYJennings in full flight on the Galway International Rally

Jennings was once again partnered by Letterkenny-based Rory Kennedy, who is these days the most successful co-driver in the history of the Irish Tarmac Championship.

Commenting on the result, Kumho Motorsport’s Steve Thompson remarked: “This was a typically dominant drive by long-standing Kumho ambassador Garry and we are delighted to have contributed to his maiden win in this ever-popular event. The conditions were typically tricky and it was rewarding to see our tyres stealing a march on the products of rival manufacturers.”

The next round of the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship is the West Cork Rally on March 12/13.

Kumho Tyre   JENNINGS POWERS HIS KUMHO SHOD SUBARU TO MEMORABLE  VICTORY IN THE GALWAY INTERNATIONAL RALLY

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