Bentley's 100th Birthday Celebrations at this year's Hill Climb
Wednesday 7 August 2019
July 10th marked 100 years of Bentley so it was only fitting that we celebrated this exquisite marque of British engineering at this years event.
A 21-year-old Caudwell Children's charity ambassador, from Eckington, in Worcestershire, is asking the public to support the Chateau Impney Hill Climb to help raise vital funds for a disabled children’s charity.
The Michelin Supercar Expo introduced in 2018 saw modern super and hyper cars take centre stage at the Chateau Impney Hill Climb. For 2019 we wanted to make this attraction bigger, better, faster and louder, so have done just that!
Abarth is celebrating achieving a new Guinness World Record after one of its 124 spider models achieved the ‘fastest figure of eight, five times between two cars’ in 45.66 seconds at the 2018 Chateau Impney Hill Climb
The Chateau Impney Hill Climb will be commemorating its motorsport heritage in 2017 by celebrating the 50th anniversary since the last Chateau Impney Speed Trial!
CIHC2017 will be celebrating Maserati?s 60th anniversary since the Maserati factory retired from racing, with a formidable array of trident adorned racing cars tackling its challenging hill climb course on 8/9 July 2017!
Chateau Impney Hill Climb and the Bugatti Owners Club have teamed up for 2017 to host ?The ERA Challenge Trophy?. This will be awarded for the best performance by an ERA or ERA-engine car at both La Vie en Bleu and the Chateau Impney Hill Climb.
A former doctor who coveted the ex-Roy Salvadori Connaught A7 since watching it being built as a boy will take it to the Chateau Impney Hill Climb this July in the hope of adding hill climb glory to its extensive racing history.
Undoubtedly the star of last year?s event, the Fiat S76, better known as the Beast of Turin, captured the imagination of the crowds and left them wanting more. We?re delighted to say it?ll join us at this year?s event!
A one-off Lister Jaguar that was created to represent Europe and take on the best motorsport drivers and cars that America had to offer will be hoping to renew old rivalries when it takes to the Chateau Impney Hill Climb course this July.
A 1905 steam car, which took eight years to painstakingly recreate, will make its competition debut at the 2016 Chateau Impney Hill Climb now that a 100 year ruling banning steam cars from competing in historic motorsport has been overturned.
A Droitwich man who triumphed in the final Chateau Impney sprint in 1967 as a teenager, but never had his win recorded properly, is on a mission to claim his rightful place in the Chateau Impney record books almost 50 years on.
The last Land Rover Defenders have rolled off the production line at the Jaguar Land Rover factory in Solihull this week, and Listers, one of our sponsors, held a very special photoshoot at the Chateau to honour one of the most successful British cars in history.
A unique Jaguar, once owned by a renowned record producer who fuelled the pop charts in the 80s and 90s, will be hoping to create a record of its own when it returns to the grounds of Chateau Impney for the 2016 event.
There's nothing better than sipping on a cool glass of Pimm's while watching some of the most exciting cars in historic motorsport speed up the Hill Climb course. So stop by The Gardeners Arms' stall while you're at the Hill Climb for a refreshing drink.
Whether you're looking for the right part for your classic car or the perfect driving accessories, Holden Vintage & Classic will be bringing along an enviable range to the outdoor Regent Exhibition, taking place throughout the weekend of the Chateau Impney Hill Climb.
Come rain or shine, there's nothing quite like watching classic cars speed up the course with a delicious ice cream in hand. We're pleased to welcome Churchfields Farm to the Hill Climb, who lovingly make ice cream with milk from their own herd of pedigree cows.
Last weekend was very busy here at Chateau Impney as we welcomed the Vintage Sports-Car Club, one of the Hill Climb's Associated Clubs, to the hotel for their Annual General Meeting, Awards Dinner and Marshals' Dinner on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 March.
We're looking forward to welcoming the Vintage Sports-Car Club (VSCC), one of the Hill Climb's Associated Clubs, for their Annual General Meeting, Awards Dinner and Marshal's Dinner on Friday 20 and Saturday 21 March.
The Bugatti Owners Club, who are one of our Associated Clubs, will be hosting the first round of the 2015 British Speed Hill Climb Championship at Prescott Speed Hill Climb on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 April.
We were delighted to invite Mike Jiggle, editor of Vintage Racecar, to the Chateau to chat with Tony Griffiths, former Chateau Impney competitor, about his love of hill climbing and holding the Chateau Impney course record.