Irish businessman Martin Birrane Died at 82


Please hit the bell along with the subscribes botton as you listen. Martin Birrane was born on 19 August 1935 and died on 2018. He was an Irish businessman and former racing driver. Born in Ballina, County Mayo and educated at St Muredach’s College, Birrane made his money in property development. He is the owner of the Mondello Park racetrack in County Kildare, which is the only FIA 3 1/2 kilometre track in Ireland. It hosts domestic and international events. He competed in the Le Mans 24 Hours ten times as a driver, winning the GT class in 1985. In 1990, he set the then Irish land speed record of 176 mph 283 km/h on the then-unopened Westlink, now known as the M50, in Dublin. Birrane owned Team Ireland, a NASCAR Winston Cup Series car racing team from 1991 to 1992. He was owner of racing car manufacturer Lola Cars from 1997 until the company was closed down in 2012. The Sunday Times Rich List 2011 valued his assets at €85 million. He died at 82 years old.GENUINE WAYS TO EARN MONEY ONLINE, start making easy money working from home, click here:

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