Cannonball 2022 to return to Cork this year

200 supercars and novelty cars will take to the roads in aid of Cork-based charity, the HOPE Foundation.
Cannonball 2022 to return to Cork this year

Christine Dorgan age 5, Edward Dorgan age 2 from Fermoy pictured as the Cannonball supercar event roared into Circle K Fermoy in 2019. The Official route for largest ever Cannonball has been announced for 2022 and the Supercars will take a pitstop once again at Circle K Fermoy at 12.30 on Friday September 9th with proceeds to The HOPE Foundation Photo taken by Kasia Farat

THE official route for Cannonball 2022, the largest ever, has been announced, with the supercar spectacle coming back to Cork on Friday, September 9.

This year will see 200 supercars and novelty cars take to the roads in aid of Cork-based charity, the HOPE Foundation.

The event has already raised €1,298,779 for Irish charities, and organisers are hoping to reach €250,000 for HOPE by the end of this September.

The rare supercars will take the first pitstop of the event at 12.30pm at Circle K Fermoy and the gleaming convoy will then make their way to Kinsale for lunch.

Spectators at both Cork locations will get up close and personal with 200 of the finest cars on the planet, including Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Aston Martin Porsche, Rolls Royce Bentley, and Maserati.

The action-packed supercar spectacle is set to roll on September 9-11 with proceeds to The HOPE Foundation.

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