Welcome to the Round 1 of CAMS 2018 Victorian Hillclimb Championship hosted as part of the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival 25 & 26 November 2017.
We invite you to apply for entry this great new addition to The Festival on Geelong’s superb waterfront.
We expect entry demand to be high, so we encourage you to get your entry in early. CAMS 2018 Victorian Hillclimb Championship is a 900 metre long course, with an elevation change of over 19 metres from start to finish.
There will be State Championship points and trophies awarded in each class along with an overall event winners.
Our thanks once again go to the City of Greater Geelong, Visit Victoria and CAMS for their valuable support, in allowing us to develop this course and use the facilities within the event precinct.
Our charity this year is The Geelong Museum of Motoring + Industry www.gmom.com.au and we hope you can all get a chance to support this great local community project which will reopen soon.
HOW TO APPLY FOR Round One of the Geelong Revival CAMS 2018 Victorian Hillclimb Championship WITH CAMS EVENT ENTRY
Please read the Supplementary Regulations and CAMS disclaimer prior to applying for an entry.
We will be using CAMS Event entry to process your entries online. If you have an existing CAMS License you will be able to request your password through the CAMS Member Portal.
If you require a paper entry, have any special requirements or questions, please do not hesitate to contact:
Mr Chris Sager
Phone: 0431 183 176
The Geelong Revival Motoring Festival and supporting clubs wish you a safe and enjoyable event and we look forward to seeing you there.
The Course is located eastern end of the picturesque Eastern Park on Geelong’s water front, the length is approx 900 metres long with 7 turns and consists of both down hill and up hill sections with an elevation change of over 19 metres from start to finish
Here is a link to the course layout: Eastern Park Layout 2018.pdf
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