Exhibitions


Full of the Pipe and Make-A-Wish Ireland
Full of the Pipe has helped many worthy causes down through the years and this year is no exception. One of the charities supported this weekend by the 2022 event is Make-A-Wish Ireland, which has been making seriously ill children’s dreams come true for 30 years and counting.


McAuliffe Trucking Company’s stunning fleet keeps getting better
Full of the Pipe is first and foremost a celebration of spectacular trucks and they don’t come any more striking than those representing McAuliffe Trucking Company is Castleisland, County Kerry.


LauraLynn: making the most of short and precious lives
Full of the Pipe is much more than just an annual truck show. The organisers also use the event as a vehicle to generate much-needed funds for a host of charities. LauraLynn, Ireland’s Children's Hospice, is one of the official charity partners of Full of the Pipe in 2022.


Full of the Pipe launches new logo and official merchandise range
Courtesy of renowned County Laois based family business David Clegg Signs & Embroidery, Full of the Pipe has been given a makeover in 2022 with the incorporation of a new event logo as well as the introduction of a fantastic range of official merchandise


The signs are more than encouraging…
Twelve years on from its inception, Full of the Pipe has evolved into Ireland’s premier truck show and continues to go from strength to strength.


Falvey XL thrilled by Full of the Pipe’s return
A regular visitor to Ireland’s premier truck show, popular Tipperary trucker Peter Falvey (Falvey XL) is bringing his iconic ‘Big Cool’ Volvo FH Globetrotter to Full of the Pipe 2022


Deserved recognition and support for Ireland’s ‘little blue heroes’
The common denominator in the main charities supported by Full of the Pipe in 2022 is that they all focus their attention on providing much-needed assistance and respite to children with severe illnesses – and their families.


A hearty ‘welcome back’ from the team at Irish Trucker
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder and this well-worn cliché certainly comes close to relating how everybody here at Irish Trucker feels about Full of the Pipe.


‘Don the Cowboy’ never misses Full of the Pipe
Since the show’s inception, Cork trucker Don ‘Cowboy’ Curtin has been a regular attendee at Full of the Pipe.


Bridgestone never tires of supporting Full of the Pipe
Bridgestone is on board as a main sponsor of Full of the Pipe once more in 2022.


Punchestown is the spiritual home of Full of the Pipe
Full of the Pipe moved to Punchestown Racecourse Event Centre for the first time in 2017 and since then the iconic five-star County Kildare venue has become synonymous with the biggest date on Ireland’s truck show calendar.


Rising country star Clodagh Lawlor making FOTP debut
One of Ireland’s up-and-coming country music artists, Clodagh Lawlor, will make her maiden appearance on Full of the Pipe’s big stage.


Get ready to Hooley with Mullooly!
Ennis, County Clare based DJ Ollie Mullooly made quite a reputation for himself with the award-winning ‘Hooley with Mullooly’, which was broadcast weekly through Facebook from his living room during the darkest days of the Covid-19 pandemic.


Full of the Pipe 2022 promises to be the mother and father of all reunions!
After two years of frustration and anguish, Ireland’s premier truck show returns to the familiar environs of Punchestown Racecourse on the weekend of July 2nd and 3rd, 2022.


Reflect AutoCare continues its strong association with Full of the Pipe
Celebrating ten years in business this year, one of Ireland’s leading suppliers of valeting and detailing products to the motoring industry, Reflect AutoCare, is a loyal sponsor and supporter of Full of the Pipe.


National Truck Run 2021 for Bumbleance
The National Truck Run 2021 in aid of Bumbleance takes place on November 28.


Motorfix Open Day on Saturday 29 May
Motorfix are holding an Open Day this Saturday 29 May from 11am-3pm.


Hawley O'Sullivan Memorial Truck Run
The Hawley O'Sullivan Memorial Truck Run will take place on Sunday 24 October, starting in Tralee.


A Run For Joeie
Joe Smith was the much loved son of Paddy and Martina Smith of P. Smith transport and he was tragically killed in a RTA in March 2020.


DAF Trucks virtual truck show attracts 700 entrants
DAF Trucks has selected three winners after its virtual truck show last weekend attracted an impressive 700 entrants.


Kel-Berg to display at Construction & Quarry Show
​​​​​​​Kel-Berg Ireland will be exhibiting at the Construction & Quarry Machinery Show in Punchestown, Co Kildare from 21 to 22 June.


Full of the Pipe welcomes the hottest act in Irish County Music
On April 29th, Sina Theil was presented with the prestigious “Hottest Act in Irish Country Music 2019” award at the high-profile Hot Country TV awards.


A very talented guy…
When it came to choosing artwork for promotional material for the tenth-anniversary edition of Full of the Pipe, the organisers were drawn to an utterly stunning depiction of the iconic Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and Kenworth ‘Snowman’ lorry from ‘Smokey and the Bandit’


The Group is quite a coup!
Synonymous with entertaining the masses in and around Temple Bar at weekends, The Group are a Dublin-based trio who are renowned for their ability to put on a great show.


Diesel Dickson’s wonderful Leyland Roadtrain
A first-time visitor last year, Scottish haulier and vintage truck aficionado Diesel Dickson is returning to Full of the Pipe 2019 with his beautiful Leyland Roadtrain.