After the succes of the Course de Côte de Chanteloup in 1898, the men behind the magazine Le Vélo wanted to organise their own hillclimb. Their goal was to demonstrate the power of the automobile. In Chanteloup some sharp corners prevented high average speeds. So they went to look for a stretch of road that …
The complete points standings of the French Hillclimb Championship.
Below is a summary of all the regional hillclimbs that will be competed in France next year. 82 regional hillclimbs are planned next year. With the Cup-Final, the 13 events of the French Championship, and the three French events of Division 2, it means there are in total 99 hillclimbs scheduled in France next year. …
The calendar for the French Hillclimb Championship. The same 13 events that were competed this season return in 2019.
The calendar for the French Historic Hillclimb Championship counts just 12 events. They join the modern championship in all rounds except La Pommeraye and Hébécrevon. The 12th round sees the historics visit Quillan in the far south of the country. There are no stand-alone events next year.
Five rounds are scheduled for the 2019 French Hillclimb Championship Division 2. Not a lot of races but on the other had there are some absolute classic events. The Course de Côte du Haut Cantal / Super Lioran had a long history in the French Championship while the Course de Côte de Mont Ventoux is …
Results of the Course de Côte de Pourville, a regional hillclimb in Normandy.
Results of the Final of the Coupe de France de la Montagne, competed at the Course de Côte d’Urcy in Burgundy.
Results of the Course de Côte de Trechy, the only regional hillclimb in the Île-de-France region.
Results of the Course de Côte de Limonest – Mont Verdun, final round of the French Hillclimb Championship. Sébastien Petit and Nicolas Werver are the new champions. Complete points standings will follow later.