Title:Ecce Homo
Tracklength:7800 metres (Hillclimb Masters: 3200 metres)
Elevation change:307 metres (3,9%)(Hillclimb Masters: 124 metres)
Altitude finishline:600 metres
GPS coordinates:49° 43′ 37.56″ – 17° 18′ 11.52″
Fastest Time:5:22,22 (2 runs)
Average Speed:174,29 km/h
Short FactsYellow pinpoint on the map shows the finishline used in the Masters.
This page only refers to the Hillclimb that is called the Ecce Homo. This race is competed once a year and is usually part of the European Hillclimb Championship. Other races that use (part of) the same hillclimb track can be found on this page.

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Ecce Homo – List of Winners
1971Borivoj KorinekSkoda 15006:08,00
1972Jaroslav BobekSkoda Spider 16008:33,20
1973Jaroslav BobekSkoda Spider8:20,79
1974Hans-Ruedi WittwerBrabham BT408:19,70
1975Hans-Ruedi WittwerBrabham BT40B7:32,80
1976Hans-Ruedi WittwerBrabham BT407:29,64
1977Peter ErnstOsella Abarth7:10,87
1978Dieter KernRenault Alpine F27:00,44
1979Dieter KernRenault Alpine F26:44,39
1980Dieter KernRenault Alpine F26:37,34
1981Dieter KernRenault Alpine F27:18,47
1982Walter PedrazzaPRC 00/82 F26:28,07
1983Mauro NestiOsella PA96:22,36
1984Ruedi CaprezMartini MK326:15,09
1985Fredy BaerOsella PA9/856:34,64
1986Mauro NestiOsella PA8/9 BMW6:24,95
1987Andres VilariñoLola BMW6:25,59
1988Horst FendrichMaurer F26:41,74
1989Fredy AmwegMartini Motorex F26:44,41
1990Miroslav AdamekMarch HSS Audi Can-Am6:15,48
1991Andres VilariñoLola BMW6:15,03
1992Andres VilariñoLola Repsol6:10,71
1993Francisco EgozkueOsella PA96:10,34
1994Heinz SteinerMartini MK69 BMW6:11,46
1995Horst FendrichMartini MK696:35,15
1996Fabio DantiOsella BMW6:29,48
1997Rüdiger FaustmannFaust P94 Opel6:15,64
1998Horst FendrichReynard 95D Ford6:08,26
05-06/06/1999Walter LeitgebReynard 95D Fadewa6:05,83Results
10-11/06/2000Walter LeitgebReynard 95D Fadewa5:56,17Results
09-10/06/2001Laszlo SzaszReynard 93D6:10,77Results
08-09/06/2002Laszlo SzaszReynard 93D6:06,33Results
07-08/06/2003Laszlo SzaszReynard 93D6:00,59Results
05-06/06/2004Laszlo SzaszReynard Zytek6:07,72Results
04-05/06/2005Ander VilariñoReynard Honda5:57,39Results
03-04/06/2006Fausto BormoliniLola F30006:43,65Results
02-03/06/2007Ander VilariñoReynard F30006:33,63Results
31/05-01/06/2008Lionel RegalReynard 01L5:49,11Results
06-07/06/2009Simone FaggioliOsella FA305:40,57Results
05-06/06/2010Simone FaggioliOsella FA305:37,967Results
11-12/06/2011Simone FaggioliOsella FA306:44,35Results
02-03/06/2012Simone FaggioliOsella FA305:34,42Results
01-02/06/2013Simone FaggioliOsella FA305:37,87Results
07-08/06/2014Simone FaggioliNorma M20 FC5:38,19Results
06-07/06/2015Simone FaggioliNorma M20 FC5:33,98Results
04-05/06/2016Christian MerliOsella FA305:32,49Results
08-09/10/2016Simone FaggioliNorma M20 FC1:17,51Results
03-04/06/2017Simone FaggioliNorma M20 FC5:53,75Results
02-03/06/2018Christian MerliOsella FA305:45,73Results
01-02/06/2019Christian MerliOsella FA305:22,22Results

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The Ecce Homo hillclimb derives its name from a statue of Jesus Christ near the top of the peak.
The track is located in the east of Moravia, in a landscape that is called the Nízký Jeseník. One of the oldest geomorphical regions of Europe, it was formed by volcanism millions of years ago. The highest peaks can reach 800m above sea level. The Ecce Homo however only climbs to around 610m.
The start of the hillclimb lies in Sternberk, a small provincial town. The main tourist sights are the Church of the Annunciation and the Castle.
Only 16km to the south is one of the largest cities of the Czech Republic, the city of Olomouc. After being raised to the ground in the Thirty Years war, the city was rebuild in the style of the Baroque. The most amazing monument from that time is the Holy Trinity Column. At the base of this 35m high column stand 18 different saints, while the top of the column depicts the Holy Trinity, the Archangel Gabriel and the Assumption of the Virgin. The column is unique in its size and the high quality of the sculptures. It was declared a world heritage site in 2000.

Ecce Homo – Accomodation

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