Here’s a great set of images of the Class Winners at the Forrestbirn Speed Hil Climb taken by John Crae on Sunday 26 June 2016. There are more of these and more of other events at Forrestburn on John’s website at https://jcrae.smugmug.com/MotorSport/Forrestburn-Speed-Hillclimb. Have a look – it’s a fine collection.
The results of the of the Sunday event at Forrestburn Speed Hill Climb are available to download here. We don’t have any images of cars yet – they will arrive soon – but meantime here is the winner of Class A2 Peter Locke (above) and our Chairman Gordon McRobbie, a surprise and proud winner in Class H21 on the Saturday. The hare and the tortoise.
The results of the Saturday event at Forrestburn Speed Hill Climb on 25 June 2016 are now available here as a PDF. In the end it was an enjoyable event though marred by delays in the morning due to timing equipment difficulties. Thanks for everyone’s good humour and patience.
We have a fine gallery of images taken by photographer Chris Nicholson and we hope you enjoy them.
The Entry List for the June 2016 speed hill climb double-header is now available to download together with the Final Instructions for the event. Apologies for taking so long to get these documents together this time. If you entered, please check that:
a) you are on the list
b) that your details are correct
c) that you are happy with the class you are in
If there are any problems please get in touch with Marion Hopkins. Please also be sure to read the Final Instructions.
Results as they happen on the day will be available in the paddock through digital displays and we also hope to issue Final Results on the Saturday and Sunday evenings here (if possible).
Have a great weekend of motor sport – see you there.
After a series of events which took place in tropical conditions Forrestburn returned to type last night. Initially it appeared that only a few stalwarts were going to venture out in the cold, damp conditions, but, as the evening wore on, the numbers gradually increased and a constant stream of cars took to the hill.
Unfortunately the pride of Scottish automotive engineering required assistance just to get to the top of the hill on it’s first run and it was immediately consigned to its trailer. However, like MacArthur, it will be back.
Here’s a collection of images from Trish at the start line.