This facility, located near the Carragh village in Eastern Ireland, roughly 45 minutes from Dublin Airport, proved instantly famous among Irish racing enthusiasts. It was a tiny circuit that was extended over time to hold national and international competitions like Formula 5000.
In the 1970s, talented Irish drivers like David Kennedy and Derek Daly and learned their trade at Mondello Park before going on to international success.
In the 2000s, Mondello Park's new pit, garage, medical centre, control tower, and hospitality centre all exceeded FIA Grade 2 criteria. Mondello Park was ready for the next level. British Superbike Championship, FIA Sportscar Championship, Formula 3, British GT, and British Touring Car Championship events all came to Mondello Park.
The International Track is a 13-turn 3.503 km track. In addition, there are three more configurations. Also on the circuit are 3 km of intense off-road driving paths, a large off-road activities centre, and a modest Motorsport Museum with antique rally and track cars.
The track also hosts driving experiences, driving days, corporate days, and manufacturer training.