Dozens of Mini owners from across Ireland have paid a stunning tribute to the late rally driver Manus Kelly.
The owners of the iconic cars travelled across the country today to meet in Letterkenny.
From there they headed out in a cortege to the graveside of the Glenswilly man who was killed during the Donegal International Rally a week ago today.
The Mini owners stopped off at Conwal Graveyard and said a prayer at the graveside of Manus.
Donegal and the entire community continues to mourn the tragic loss of the 41-year-old father-of-five.
Thousands of people called to the home of Mr Kelly during his wake before his funeral on Thursday last.
A Garda investigation into the cause of the crash at Fanad is still underway.
Mr Kelly’s co-driver, Donal Barrett, thankfully escaped with minor injuries from the crash.
Pictures by kind permission of Brian McDaid.