Over 200 competitors will compete in the revival event, which caters for pre-1967 cars, on a track that is almost double the length of the course used in original sprint events of the 1950s and 1960s – the organisers believe it to be one of the most challenging and unique in the country. Here’s a little preview video which gives you a flavour of what it is all about…
As well as the competition itself, an expected 10,000 spectators can look forward to a ‘social’ Concours d’Elegance, vintage funfair and auction.
To win yourself a pair of complimentary tickets to this event just tell us which pre-1967 car you’d love to drive up the hill and why. We will draw our winners at random a few weeks before the event. Good luck. Check out our other competitions here.
5 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to the Chateau Impney Hill Climb 2017"
You are most welcome Rob. We cannot attend, so any review post event would be most welcome.
Hope you have a cracking time.
Great news on the tickets win! Looking forward to next weekend already
– I would choose to drive a Mk1 Lotus Cortina – my pride and joy as a teenager and so wish I had kept it nearly 30 years later!
Entering on behalf of my dear old Dad ( Chris Jones) and he says many years ago , approx 1960 when he visited Chateau Impney he saw a Jaguar 3.8 come racing up the drive, miss the corner and take out a good strip of nicely manicured Privet hedge. He’s sure he could do a better job of driving a Jaguar 3.8 himself up the hill if given a chance!
The car I would like to drive up the hill, is the humble Mini. Simply because I never achieved this in period despite competing at the time and living only 14 miles from the venue. Attending brings back many happy memories.