SHANE Lynch is quitting motorsport to concentration back on Boyzone.
The Irish cocktail star, speaking exclusively to Sun Motors, pronounced he was unresolved up his helmet to conduct out on debate next year.
“This is my last foe for motorsport for me,” he pronounced at Gymkhana Grid in South Africa.
“Certainly for this year and going into next year. It’s going to be a bit tricky.”
Shane, 40, and his Boyzone bandmates Ronan Keating, Keith Duffy and Mikey Graham will re-form for a 25th anniversary tour.
And a 25 Year of Music manuscript will also be expelled in Mar – when Shane’s motorsport calendar routinely starts.
So will Shane skip the movement on the grid – and does he prefer music or motors?
He said: “They are both performances. Gymkhana Grid is a show.
“There’s an component of competition. But practically it’s a crowd-pleasing show.
“Thousands of people come to watch smoke billowing off tyres and have a mental night.
“A unison is dedicated hardcore fans that follow you for 25 years, and you’re up there having a party.
“A unison is a party in my eyes, having a buzz.
“When you come here, it is a competition, there’s pressure, an component of getting it right, winning.
“It’s some-more tense. But it still gives you a large buzz.”
If Gymkhana Grid does finish up being Shane’s last debate behind the wheel, he went out in style.
His float was given a custom-paint pursuit – with artists hand-drawing replicas of his famous tattoos on the car.
It took 57 hours with several artists using Sharpie pens to create the singular design.
The deposit monsters that Shane racers don’t routinely come with CD players and big sound systems but does he sing Boyzone marks while he’s driving?
He said: “I black out until the finish. The start line goes, and divided you go, doing your manoeuvres, it’s a dance you have to get right.”
“I don’t even know what we do. Maybe we sing. Maybe we should record myself one day.”