Results Subida al Parque del Castillo 2017

The Subida al Parque del Castillo near Soria was the final round of the Castilla y Leon Hillclimb Championship.

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Results Subida a Villa de Moya 2017

The next hillclimb on Las Palmas was the Subida a Villa de Moya. Ivan Armas took victory, Miguel Angel Cabral was second and Antonio Ponce completed the podium.

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Results Subida a Urbasa 2017

Around 100 drivers participated in the Subida a Urbasa this Saturday. Two drivers were much stronger than the rest. Joseba Iraola took victory after a close battle with Pantxo Egozkue. Garikoitz Flores was leader of the CM prototypes and third overall. Arkaitz Ordoki finished just outside the podium in fourth, but remains the championship leader in Navarra.

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Results Pujada a Sa Cala (Subida Isla de Ibiza) 2017

The Pujada a Sa Cala on Ibiza was the final round of the Balearic Islands Hillclimb Championship. Andrés Vilariño took victory with a new trackrecord. The former European Champion was much stronger than the opposition. He finished with a lead of almost 10 seconds on his nearest rival José Fernandez. Pedro Mayol finished in third and is the new champion.

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Results Subida a Vejer de la Frontera 2017

The next round of the Andalucian Hillclimb Championship was the Subida a Vejer. The top 3 was the same on both days. Humberto Janssens was once again the winner. Guest driver Gerard De La Casa was second while sportscar winner Francisco Aguilar finished third.

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Results Subida A Estrada 2017

The Subida A Estrada returned to the Galician Hillclimb Championship after a number of years. Apparantly not everyone was happy with that. When waking up on Sunday morning the organizers found a 2 kilometre long oil spill on the track. Based on the time, place and size of the oil spill it looked like a deliberate attack on the event. After many hours of hard work by everyone involved it was decided to shorten the track by 2 kilometres.

Continuing the event was very important as the A Estrada Hillclimb was the final event of the season. Jesus Pombo still had a chance for the title if he could finish well ahead of Alexis Vieitez. Mechanical problems on Sunday morning prevented him from setting a great time. This dropped Pombo back to fourth overall. Alexis Vieitez also suffered trouble on Saturday but he could return on Sunday. He had lost a lot of time on race leader Jacobo Sobral on Saturday so he knew what to do. Vieitez was indeed the quickest on Sunday however it was not enough to pass Sobral for the victory. Still his second place overall secured him the 2017 title.

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Results Subida Al Pielago 2017

The Subida Al Pielago is the only hillclimb in Castilla La Mancha. Apart from the local championship the event also counted towards the Madrid Hillclimb Championship. The race was however dominated by drivers from other regions. The new champion in Castilla y Leon, Gabriel Gutierrez, was the fastest driver at Pielago. He was followed by his rival José Alonso in the unique Semog PR01 Sportscar. Behind the two leader father and son Garcia were succesful in the touringcars. Javier eventually finished third ahead of his father Jesus in fourth. Fifth was for another Porsche pilot, Victor Magariños. In sixth Jorge Ceballos was the best local driver. Ismael Arquero in seventh was the best driver from the Madrid region.

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Results Subida Arona – La Escalona 2017

Last year the Subida Arona – La Escalona was won by Simone Faggioli. This year the hillclimb on Tenerife again invited some drivers from Europe. Faggioli and the rest of his team were unavailable this year. Instead the organisers looked to Portugal for their guest drivers. The Portuguese champions of Category 2 (José Correia), Category 4 (Manuel Correia) and Category 5 (Joaquim Teixeira) were invited to Arona. Teixeira had some bad luck and could not complete one trouble-free run. José Correia on the other hand quickly adapted to this new hillclimb. He steered his Nissan Nismo GT3 to two fastest times and touringcar victory. Manuel Correia was second quickest in the first race. In the second race local hero Pedro Afonso managed to pass him for second place. Afonso could however never come close to the other Correia. Fastest driver of the weekend was Jonathan Morales in the sportscars.

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Results Pujada a PuigMajor 2017

The biggest hillclimb on the Balearic Islands is the Pujada a PuigMajor. Like every year a large number of drivers from the mainland travelled to Mallorca. Fastest driver of the weekend was Catalan Champion Francesc Munné. He was closely followed by Pablo Garrido in an Osella PA20/S sportscar. Third was for Pedro Mayol, the best local driver. In the touringcars José Antonio Lopez-Fombona and Raul Borreguero dominated the event. They also finished fifth and eighth overall.

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Results Pujada Ordino – Arcalís 2017

The Pujada Ordino – Arcalís is the only hillclimb in Andorra. The event counts towards a number of championships. The fastest drivers came from French Hillclimb Championship Division 2. Dimitri Pereira wins the event and the championship. Emeline Breda was second quickest while Yves Tholy completed the podium. In the touringcars Ronald Garces was by far the quickest driver and is also the new champion. Eric Michon and Michel Lamiscarre join him on the podium.

In the Spanish Hillclimb Championship many titles were already certain before the event. Only Category 2 was still open. Cesar Rodriguez won the event in front of Jonathan Alvarez. That is also how they finished in the championship. In category 1 Javier Villa was already certain of the title which is why he did not travel to Andorra. Pedro Salvador was the only driver in this category but he retired. In Category 3 new champion José Antonio Aznar took another victory.

The Ordino – Arcalís Hillclimb also counted towards the Catalunya Hillclimb Championship. Because of the political situation there were not many drivers present. Edgar Montella, Ramon Plaus and Gerard De La Casa were the three fastest drivers in this championship. But of course all three have the Andorrese nationality.

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