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GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event

GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event
GALLERY: Supercars Cannonballing trough Ireland for charity event

This year’s Cannonball Run 2015 is underway featuring a host of top motors from Ireland and the UK.

The Cannonball is one of the world’s largest road supercar roadtrips, with three days of action and over 180 top end motors..

Spectators are set for a treat this year with a Koenigsegg, Pagani Zonda, some Lamborghini Huracans thorwen into the mix.

The cars took off from the O2 in Dublin this morning, heading towards towards Carrick-on-Shannon and  then on to Sligo for the night. 

The Motorcade will then leave Sligo and head south through Mayo and Clare, stopping in Killaloe for a bite and finishing up with a scenic drive through Kerry before arriving in Killarney.

On Sunday morning the Cannonballers will leave Killarney and head towards Cahir in Tipperary for lunch.

The group will then take on the final leg of their journey towards the closing festival in Wexford.

The event has raised over €700,000 for Irish Children’s Charities.