We’re looking for car clubs who are passionate about pre-1967 vehicles to join our list of Associated Clubs and help us to bring historic motoring to a wider audience. Our aim is simple – as well as getting the word out about our event, we want to use the Hill Climb to promote the historic motoring scene as a whole. We’re really keen to let more people know about the great work that car clubs do and to promote the fantastic club events that they host throughout the year.
As part of our goal, the Chateau Impney Hill Climb website will become a hub for historic motoring activity in the Midlands and beyond, collecting and distributing news and information from our network of clubs to an avid and varied audience. Our blog and social media channels will become fantastic information sources for motoring enthusiasts and newcomers alike, giving them the opportunity to get all of the latest club news in one central place, wherever they’re browsing.
We’re delighted to announce that we are already working with the following car clubs, including the Hagley & District Light Car Club, Bugatti Owners Club, Vintage Sports-Car Club, 500 Owners Association, Formula Junior Historic Racing Association and the Veteran Car Club. We look forward to developing our relationship with these clubs over the next few months, but we welcome other clubs to come forward and apply.
If a club becomes one of our Associated Clubs, they’ll receive a dedicated listing on our website, which will include their club logo and a link back to their club website, Facebook and Twitter profiles. They’ll also be able to take advantage of our online marketing channels, and we’ll post information about any club news and events on our blog and social media outlets. In return, we simply ask for an advert and a page of editorial in the club magazine before the Hill Climb takes place in July.