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Four Wheel HIll Climb

Hillclimb cars come in three categories, split into smaller groups according to the rules of championship at a particular meeting, and then into classes according to engine capacity. The main categories are for production cars, sports racing cars and single-seater racing cars. The programme usually opens with production cars, which, depending on the meeting, may range from more or less standard to heavily modified; saloon cars run in different classes to sports cars.

The sports racing category encompasses the Hillclimb Supersports class and the Sports Libre classes. These sports racing machines are nominally two-seater purpose built racing cars with highly modified engines, aerodynamic wings and so forth.

A major hillclimb may have an entry of more than 150 drivers, but the event is usually a qualifying round of more than one competition. At the end of each set of class run (there are two such sets of class runs at each event) those who record a time in the top twelve of all eligible classes compete in a 'run-off'. In a run-off, drivers tackle the hill in reverse order of their qualifying times. The person who sets the fastest time receives 10 British Championship points, the second-fastest driver nine, and so on down to the tenth-placed driver, who gets one. The 11th and 12th-placed drivers, and any who fail to complete the course, receive no points.

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May 7th 2013

SPARKLING SHELSLEY VICTORIES FOR CHAMPION WILLIS

Reigning British Hill Climb Champion Trevor Willis put in a sparkling performance (pictured) to win both run-off rounds 3 and 4 of the Midland Championship 'Speed into Spring' event held at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb on Sunday.
 


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