Chateau Impney Hill Climb 2017 to host spectacular Maserati Celebration this summer!

Saturday 26 November 2016

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 will be celebrating 60 years since the Maserati factory retired from racing with a spectacular array of Maseratis competing at CIHC2017.  This anniversary coincides with Manuel Fangio’s spectacular World Championship title win in 1957.

The Maserati factory was incredibly successful in motorsport from its inception in 1926 winning the Targa Florio the same year, the Indianapolis 500 in 1939/1940 and the Formula One World Championship in 1957.  Maserati sadly retired from factory racing participation after a tragic accident at the 1957 Mille Miglia.

Already lined up to compete at CIHC2017 are Maserati models including the T26, 4CS, 6CM, 8CM, 250F, 150S, 250S and Birdcage.  Amongst these is a magnificent 1936 Maserati 6CM, which was one of the three factory team cars and the first six-cylinder engine car.  Driven by Count Trossi, the car won seven out of eight races in its first season!  This wonderful machine is now regularly competed with one of our Associated Car Clubs, the Historic Grand Prix Cars Association.

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You can get 15% off CIHC2017 tickets before 30 November 2016, so buy now and don’t miss out!

Tickets for 2017’s Chateau Impney Hill Climb are priced from £20 per adult, and from £5 for 2-15 year olds accompanied by an adult ticket holder. Buy your tickets online or call 0845 017 0637 for more information.

Alternatively, VIP tickets are on sale now and in high demand for those looking to enjoy CIHC2017 in unparalleled luxury.

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