CAMS Australian Hill Climb Championship

Further Supplementary Regulations

Please see AHC  Further Regulations approved 13/9/19.

Blend TV

Blend TV Introduces the 75th CAMS Australian Hillclimb Championship

Media Launch

https://www.prime7.com.au/news/

 

Supplementary Regulations & Entry Form now released

See attached file.

Officials Wanted

To all that would like to be an official at the 75th CAMS Australian Hill Climb Championship from 1 - 3 November to be conducted at Mount Panorama Contact Robert Wells on 0422 819 896 or email escort45@bigpond.com.

For your help you will receive an event souvenir cap and polo shirt. Those officialling for two or more days will receive two souvenir event polo shirts. Lunches and a post event BBQ on Sunday will be provided.

Your shirt sizes must be advised by 16 September 2019 to fit in with supplier scheduling.

 

West to contest BLCC August Hill Climb

If there was any doubt as to three times Australian Hill Climb Champion Gary West’s commitment to victory in the 2019 event, his entry in Bathurst Light Car Club’s August 25th hillclimb would put the doubt to rest.

West has indicated to the club his intention to travel from Western Australia for a second time this year to further fine tune his Supercharged Nissan powered Pilbeam MP82.

The Bathurst Light Car Club’s May Mountain Straight Hillclimb saw West finish one run short after a spin at high speed at Reed Park gate resulting in minor damage to the Pilbeam’s front wing mount and end plates.

West has won the Australian Hill Climb twice before at Mt Panorama, in 2006 where he defeated the then current British Champion Martin Groves on the last run of the event and in 2008, again on the last run of the event, he defeated Andrew Howell from Victoria.

Times set at the August 25th  Esses Hillclimb will be a true guide to the Pilbeam’s progress as West has contested this course many times before.

The first Australian Hill Climb Championship was held at Rob Roy in Victoria in 1938 and won by Peter Whitehead in an ERA R108 after which he won the first Australian Grand Prix held at the new Mt Panorama Circuit at Bathurst.

Other noted Australian race drivers to win an Australian Hill Climb Championship were Sir Jack Brabham, Bill Patersen, Lex Davison, once at Mt Panorama, Tim Schenkin, Alan Hamiltion, Peter Holinger and 2018 champion Malcom Oastler, former  technical director for BAR F1 and chief engineer for Jaguar Racing,  to name a few.

 

Accommodation tight for AHC weekend

Potential AHC competitors & friends are advised that the weekend of AHC 1,2,3 November 2019 is a packed weekend for Bathurst with multiple sporting events taking place.  Accommodation is already at a premium with many venues already booked out.

If you are considering entering the event I would recommend you book accommodation ASAP.

As per previous events there will be free camping available in McPhillamy Park as part of the event with all facilities open from Wednesday 30th October.

There is a Bathurst accommodation list on this page website or for further information you may wish to contact the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre on 1800 681 000.

 

Email Address Australian Hillclimb Championship


The AHC Committee has now setup a dedicated email address for all enquiries regarding entries for the AHC to be conducted on Mountain Straight, Mt Panorama on November 1, 2, 3.

The AHC Event Secretary contact is:
Kathy Hanrahan
Phone: 04077 84590
Email: ahcc@blcc.com.au


West Heading East

Three times Australian Hillclimb Champion Gary West will be crossing the Nullarbor Plain from his base in Western Australia.

West will be using Bathurst Light Car Club’s May Mountain Straight Hillclimb as practice for the 75th Australian Hillclimb Championship to be held at Mt Panorama 1st – 3rd November 2019.

West contested the Australian Hillclimb Championship at Mt Panorama in 2006 where he defeated the then current British Champion Martin Groves on the last run of the event. In 2008, again on the last run of the event, he defeated Andrew Howell.

 

Event Coverage - Live Streaming AHCC to the World

Bathurst Light Car Club is pleased to announce that BlendLine TV will be live streaming both days of competition of the Australian Hill Climb Championship 2019. We are extremely excited to have Blend Line TV on board. All runs will be covered via 7 cameras as well as pit coverage. This offers an exciting opportunity to both competitors and sponsors of this event. More news to come!

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