By Q Radio news
Cannonball, the action-packed supercar spectacle, is coming back to Belfast for the first time since 2012.
It will convoy into the Titanic Quarter for a spectacular finish line at 5.30pm on Sunday September 19th.
Spectators will see some of the finest cars on the planet including 2 brand new Ford GTs, a Ferrari Pista Piloti as well as firm favourites McLaren, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Porsche, Maserati, Rolls Royce and Bentley.
Cannonball will blast off on September 17th at 10.30 from Malahide Castle outside Dublin and blaze a trail from coast to coast with proceeds to the HOPE Foundation.
Cannonball, fuelled by milesPlus from Circle K, is the largest organised road trip in Europe and this year will take in Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Clare, Galway, Westmeath, Longford, Meath, Cavan, Louth and Antrim.
Cannonball is fully compliant with government COVID-19 guidelines and is an outdoor event.
Any car enthusiasts and Cannonball fans wishing to come out to see the cars on the route are asked to please adhere to the advice of the Cannonball COVID-19 marshals and maintain social distancing.
The event has already raised €1,150,000 for Irish charities anthis year, the official charity of Cannonball will be The HOPE Foundation, an Irish Charity doing incredible work with the street children of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) in India.
Cannonball was founded by Kildare businessman Alan Bannon twelve years ago and now the event is the largest organised road trip in Europe.