|Title:||Course de Côte des Teurses d’Hébécrevon / Agneaux|
|Tracklength:||2100 metres (until 2018: 2245 metres) (national) / 1950 metres (regional)|
|Elevation change:||60 metres (4%)|
|Altitude finishline:||85 metres|
|GPS coordinates:||49° 7′ 21″ – -1° 8′ 53.1594″|
|Average Speed:||148,70 km/h|
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|19-20/05/2007||Lionel Regal||Reynard 1KL||0:58,96||Results|
|10-11/05/2008||Nicolas Schatz||Lola T94/50||0:58,74||Results|
|16-17/05/2009||Lionel Regal||Reynard 1KL||0:58,44||Results|
|15-16/05/2010||Nicolas Schatz||Lola T94/50||0:57,83||Results|
|27/03/2011||Dominique Hamel||Martini MK73||0:51,01||Results|
|14-15/05/2011||Nicolas Schatz||Lola T94/50||0:55,52||Results|
|25/03/2012||Dominique Hamel||Martini MK73||1:00,66||Results|
|12-13/05/2012||Sébastien Petit||Norma M20 FC||0:56,53||Results|
|31/03/2013||Bertrand Lassalle||Dallara F300||0:58,29||Results|
|11-12/05/2013||Nicolas Schatz||Norma M20 FC||0:55,38||Results|
|30/03/2014||Bertrand Lassalle||Dallara F300||0:57,845||Results|
|10-11/05/2014||Nicolas Schatz||Norma M20 FC||0:54,351||Results|
|12/04/2015||Anthony Le Beller||Norma M20F||0:58,023||Results|
|09-10/05/2015||Nicolas Schatz||Norma M20 FC||0:55,225||Results|
|27/03/2016||Jérôme Debarre||Dallara F305||0:57,591||Results|
|07-08/05/2016||Nicolas Schatz||Norma M20 FC||0:54,548||Results|
|26/03/2017||Gaëtan Renouf||Dallara F300||0:58,193||Results|
|13-14/05/2017||Sébastien Petit||Norma M20 FC||0:54,677||Results|
|25/03/2018||Anthony Le Beller||Norma M20 FC||0:57,902||Results|
|12-13/05/2018||Geoffrey Schatz||Norma M20 FC||0:54,448||Results|
|24/03/2019||Julien Bost||Dallara F302||0:57,789||Results|
|11-12/05/2019||Geoffrey Schatz||Norma M20 FC||1:48,455||Results|
The tiny village of Hébécrevon a few kilometres west of Saint-Lô entered world history on the 25th of July 1944. It was at this spot that the American Army launched Operation Cobra, the offensive that led to the collapse of the German Normandy front. Why the offensive happened at this spot is not hard to guess if you look at the route the hillclimb takes. Coming from the north the terrain suddenly rises sharply near Hébécrevon but remains relatively flat further south. There are also two major roads nearby, the present-day D900 to Périers and the road to Coutances, both important for supplies.
If you drive across the countryside you will find traces of the war everywhere. Utah Beach and Omaha beach where the American troops landed are 45 kilometres to the north of Hébécrevon.
Hello, hoe you are all well. Is it possible to enter the Hébécrevon Hillclimb this year ? we are doing the SAINT GOUENO HILL CLIMB and would like to compete at the Hébécrevon event . Cheers email@example.com