The Valenciana Hillclimb Championship continued with the Pujada Mutxamel – Busot this weekend. Click on ‘More’ to see the final results.
This website now holds 221 different hillclimb events from France. They can be accesed on the French Hillclimb List page in the menu.
With 221 events France is of course the biggest section on this website and in fact compromises almost 1/3 of the complete website. In comparison second biggest country Spain has ‘only’ 185 hillclimbs here.
All other pages in the French section have also been updated. The results archive now has sections per year. There are currently results from 170 of the 221 different hillclimbs. This totals to well over 1000 different hillclimb results just from France! No doubt the archive will continue to grow over time. If you have anything to add, please do not hesitate to send it in!
I would like to ask anyone who spots an error, a typo, a broken link or any other kind of mistake to report them. This website is growing into enormous proportions and it is very time consuming to keep checking everything myself.
Last competed in 2007, the Subida a Trassierra made a comeback this year. The former Spanish Championship round ended the Andalucia Hillclimb Championship this weekend. Click here to find the full results.
FIA Hill Climb Champions under the spotlight in Austria
The prize winners of the 2014 editions of the FIA European Hill Climb Championship and the FIA International Hill Climb Cup were honoured this Saturday, 8 November in Fladnitz, in Austria.
Whilst it is true that the very cradle of the European Hill Climb Championship, the environs of the famous Rechbergrennen, did not attract the 25,000 spectators who normally gravitate there towards the end of April each year, last Saturday, the key players of the recently-ended international hill climb season were all very much in attendance.
By tradition, the organisers of the dozen events that make up the European Championship take turns in hosting the presentation of the competition’s official prizes. After the Czech Republic in 2012 and France in 2013, the task of honouring the Champions fell this time to Austria. For the first time, the ceremony was not restricted to the prize winners of the European Championship but was broadened in order to be able to celebrate the best performers in the FIA International Hill Climb Cup, the calendar of which is also quite healthy, even if it is concentrated more and more on the countries of Eastern Europe.
This morning Google switched all my maps to their new mapengine. As this new version has different functionality the the previous version, all my maps look sort of weird now. I have to manually fix them one by one. Considering I have about 700 different maps at the moment, this will take a few weeks.
Quite often the new maps do not load properly. If that is the case, refresh the page a few times (press F5) until it works. The problem is with Google and there is not much I can do about that…
The calendar for next year’s German Hillclimb Championship was released recently. The same nine races competed in 2014 return for next year, although the Bergrennen Homburg is still working to collect the necesarry funds.
There is also one new race on the calendar as the Bergpreis Schottenring will join the championship mid-June. As the track does not have the safety requirements for open-cockpit racecars, the race will only count towards the Touringcar Championship. Click on ‘More’ to see the calendar.
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