A rare opportunity to drive your car up the iconic hill at Prescott – here's how to join us!
By Ben Lowden / Wednesday, 11 January 2023 / Loading comments
PH might be turning 25 this year, but we’re not even close to Prescott Hill Climb, which will be celebrating its 85th anniversary. In fact, hillclimbing is one of the oldest motorsport disciplines in the world, dating all the way back to the 19th century. Accordingly, we’re super excited to be hosting a Sunday Service at Prescott’s Car Club Day this year on Sunday 2 April, with space for 60 cars for PistonHeads members to take to the hill, and hundreds more to come along and spectate.
This is a non-competitive event, to give amateurs and experienced racers alike a rare opportunity to get a taste of hillclimbing on the 1,127-yard sprint skyward Just £55 will get you four runs up the hill, with dedicated parking in the PistonHeads paddock area. Cars must be road-legal and road-registered, and drivers must have a full UK licence. Additionally, you’ll need a Motorsport UK RS Clubman licence, which you can get for free here.
If you’re keen to take on the hill, then book your place here, selecting ‘PistonHeads Hill Runs’ (this includes your admission to the event too). If you just want to come along to spectate and enjoy a great day out, early bird general admission is £12 here or £15 on the day. And as always once you’ve done all of that, add your name to the PH list here.
See you there!
When: Sunday April 2, 1000h-1700h
Where: Prescott Speed Hill Climb, Gotherington, Cheltenham, GL52 9RD
Cost: General admission £12 in advance or £15 on the gate, under 16s go free
Spaces: 1,000 general admission, 60 on the hill
Tickets: Book your place here
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