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Approaching 14,000 people flocked to Chateau Impney this summer for its annual motorsport event, the Chateau Impney Hill Climb. Attracting crowds of visitors from far and wide the event was strongly supported locally. Spectators were wowed by a spectacular array of pre-1967 competition cars alongside bikes, super cars and all manner of exotic demonstrations taking on the challenging Hill Climb course. Included in this line up were Old Yeller II, a Ferrari 250GT SWB, numerous Porsche 911 2.0 SWB and the Beast of Turin.
CIHC2017 will be celebrating 50 years since the last Chateau Impney Speed Trial was held in the picturesque grounds of the Chateau during the autumn of 1967. This year will welcome back many of the stellar cars which competed at Chateau in the 1960s including the 1960 F1 World Championship BRM P48. Numerous drivers from the period will return to take on the challenge of the new hill climb course!
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As well as the motorsport itself, we’re thrilled to announce that CIHC2017 will include a wealth of fun and entertainment for all the family. Spectacular air flypasts, lunchtime demonstrations of some of the world’s most exotic cars and bikes and the return of the popular vintage funfair will feature alongside many more additions for 2017! The popular Concours d’Elegance will return, where the winning car will be chosen by public vote, and there will be a dedicated classic car park and car club display area. Visitors will also be able to explore the open paddock again, getting up close and personal with the drivers and impressive cars facing the Chateau Impney challenge.
VIP and corporate hospitality packages are available and in high demand once again this year so take a look on our website if you are looking to enjoy CIHC2017 in unparalleled luxury.
There will also be a number of trade stands, where visitors can purchase goods from both local businesses and specialist traders, and even more local food and drink vendors will serve up a taste of the region. Like last year, general admission tickets will include free access to the grandstands, and the hill climb runs and driver interviews will be broadcast on a number of large-format screens throughout the Chateau grounds, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the action.
Tickets for 2017’s Chateau Impney Hill Climb are priced from £20 per adult, and £5 for 2-16 year olds accompanied by an adult ticket holder. Tickets will be available to purchase online from Tuesday 1 November 2016!