The Subida a Juncalillo opened the Las Palmas Hillclimb Championship. Bad weather was announced but the rain stopped just before practise. By the time the second race started the track was dried out. The allowed Luis Felipe Monzon to set a new trackrecord and claim victory. Miguel Angel Cabral was quite close to Monzon in the wet. However in the final race he had to give 4,5 seconds to the winner. The Mitsubishis finished in the order of their age, Cabral in the X was second, Santana in the VII was third and Mendoza in the IV was fourth.
José Ricardo Rodriguez was the better sportscar driver in the wet. But in the final dry race René Santana took control and claimed victory with a 10 second lead.
|Pos.||Last Name||First Name||Car||Cl.||Final|
|1||Monzon||Luis Felipe||Mini Cooper WRC||WRC1||2:35,921|
|2||Cabral||Miguel Angel||Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X||N+1||2:40,382|
|3||Santana||Juan Luis||Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VII||A1||2:47,464|
|4||Santana||René||Silver Car S2||CM||2:47,606|
|5||Mendoza||Victor||Mitsubishi Lancer EVO IV||TA1||2:48,654|
|6||Martinez||Julio||Porsche 996 GT3||GTR1||2:49,496|
|7||Benitez||Ayoze||Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VII||A1||2:52,613|
|8||Hernandez||Gabriel||Honda Civic VTI||A3||2:53,879|
|9||Ortega||Guayasen||Toyota Yaris TS||TA3||2:55,240|
|10||Rodriguez||José Ricardo||BRC CM02||CM||2:57,431|
|11||Castro||Javier||Renault Clio Cup||A2 / 2||2:57,864|
|15||Martin||Marcos Javier||Opel Adam N3||N3 / 4||3:05,893|
|16||Bolaños||José Antolin||Toyota Starlet||T5||3:19,264|