The Subida a La Pizarra was a brand-new hillclimb in Castilla y Leon. The organizers should be applauded for finding this 7,2 kilometres long road. It has all the potential for becoming one of the greatest hillclimbs in Spain. The road is fast and technical with challenging turns followed by hairpins. For specators it also seems a fantastic event as the lack of big plants give great sightlines.
It is therefore very sad that only a few drivers came out to support this new event. Just 14 pilots managed to set a time last Saturday. Pablo Gomez became the winner in his Osella PA20/S sportscar. The only serious opposition came from Gabriel Gutierrez who had to retire in the second race with mechanical problems. Francisco Javier Ferrero was the best touringcar driver and third overall.
|Pos.||Last Name||First Name||Car||Cl.||Final|
|3||Ferrero||Francisco Javier||Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VI||A5||3:33,34|
|4||Bobes||Manuel||Ford Escort MK1||CD6||3:35,23|
|5||Sal||Alfredo||Renault Clio Sport||A2 / 3||3:40,99|
|7||Martin||Jonathan||Renault Clio Cup||A2 / 3||3:45,75|
|8||Barba||Raul||Renault Clio Cup||A2 / 3||3:46,20|
|9||Martin||Juan Carlos||Mini Cooper JCW||A2 / 4||3:54,45|
|11||Lopez||David||Fiat Uno Turbo||CD6||4:08,28|
|13||Garzo||Javier||Seat Ibiza GTI||N2||4:36,32|
|14||Fernandez||Samuel Osey||Seat Ibiza||N1||5:07,59|