The Hills Are Alive With Motorsport HRCC Historic Mount Cotton Hillclimb, April 10, 2005 After three outstanding historic hillclimbs at the Mount Cotton Hillclimb facility, the Queensland motorsport community will once again gather for another...
The Hills Are Alive With Motorsport
HRCC Historic Mount Cotton Hillclimb, April 10, 2005
After three outstanding historic hillclimbs at the Mount Cotton Hillclimb facility, the Queensland motorsport community will once again gather for another blast up the hill on April 10.
The Mount Cotton Hillclimb, which is owned and operated by the MG Car Club of Queensland, is regarded as one of the best facilities in the nation, and the HRCC's meeting provides a special once a year opportunity for historic vehicles to star.
Once again the meeting will combine the best of the historic fifth category vehicles, as well as invited pre-war vehicles and pre-1960's sports and racing cars and other invited cars.
Fifth category vehicles include the ever-popular Group N touring cars, vintage, thoroughbred sports and racing cars, as well as more contemporary pre-1977 racing and sports cars, and new inclusions historic Formula Vee and Group C touring cars.
Competitors will be able to compete in a traditional hillclimb, where the fastest car in a group wins, or a 'regularity trial' themed event, where consistent times throughout the weekend will be rewarded.
The Mount Cotton facility continues to evolve, with more recent renovations to the pit and spectator areas. A new timing system incorporates a visual display, which will supplement the usual informative commentary.
Entry forms and supplementary regulations are available from the HRCC (Qld) website, www.hrcc.org.au.
Location- The Mount Cotton Hillclimb is located in Redland Shire, just south of Brisbane. From the Pacific Motorway, take the Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road turnoff (just south of the Logan Hyperdome, or north of the Logan Motorway turnoff). You then travel approximately 5km down Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road, and turn left at Mount Cotton Road. The circuit is then 3km away at Gramzow Road, immediately past the Mount Cotton Driver Training Centre on the left.