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DGMSPORT based in Carryduff, Northern Ireland has been at the pinnacle of British & Irish rallying for the past decade. Formed in 1993 by David Greer after many years as a clubman competitor, the formative years the team supported David and a handful of Drivers in the local Northern Irish championship and the Irish tarmac championship. Graduating to British Championship competition with Englishman Neil Simpson at the turn of the decade.

David has many overall victories to his name at the wheel of Ford MKII Escorts, Sierra Cosworths, GRPA Escorts and latterly an EX works Toyota Celica and WRC Corolla. but perhaps is most memorable in rally folklore for the introduction of the first four wheel drive rally car in Ireland, a homebuilt labour of love Maxda RX7.

In recent years the company focus has moved towards contesting the WRC support events along with a mix of national and international events in the UK and Ireland.



BUILD

DGMSPORT are at the forefront of Homologated and Grp4 historic builds in the UK and Ireland.

PREPERATION

With over 20 years experience as a professional rally team DGMSPORT offer a competitive advantage.

PARTS

DGMSPORT have a long history with many of the industry’s leading suppliers providing competition parts and motorsport products.

COMPONENTS REBUILD

DGMSPORT can offer a range of component rebuilds and the supply of competition parts

LATEST NEWS


  • Charity BBQ

    DGM played host on the 4th July for the Ballynahinch and District Motor Club (BADMC) Charity BBQ, the fundraising event has become a popular social event on the calendar for the motor club members and wider motorsport community. With prime cuts of meat and BBQ equipment supplied by Mulholland Butchers, a functioning bar, Musical entertainment and a Charity Raffle the tried and tested formula offered up another evening to remember.

  • Goodwoord Festival of Speed 2015

    DGMSPORT were delighted to be offered an entry for the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015, the event which took place over the weekend of 25th-28th June has become a highlight of the motorsport calendar in recent years attracting a International crowd of Drivers and Spectators