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We were lucky enough to have the following cars and motorbikes demonstrating up the course during the 2017 Chateau Impney Hill Climb:
Nissan R35 Nismo FIA GT1
Built by Nismo, Nissan’s in-house motorsport division, the Nissan GT1 was one of just four cars developed by the company to compete in 2009’s FIA GT1 World Championship. In 2011, Michael Krumm drove this GT1 to victory and became the FIA GTR World Champion.
Once described as “the biggest waste of time, money and effort in automotive history”, Mavis was built by Chris Williams, who competed at last year’s event in the Napier-Bentley. It is powered by an enormous 42-litre Packard 4M-2500 V12 boat engine and can shift a gallon of petrol in just 15 seconds!
The Ferrari Enzo is a 12 cylinder mid-engine berlinette sports car named after the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari. The 6 litre, V12 produces 660hp and is a real head turner.
Morgan Le Mans
The FIA specification BMW engined Morgan GTN this was the 2004 factory entry at the world famous 24 hours of le mans.
Delage V12 Land Speed Record
The V12 10.5 litre 1924 land speed record delage will be taking to the course during the lunch break in the hands of Edward Williams, Demonstrating the car on behalf of the Seleki family and the Classic Motor Hub.
We were proud to welcome some truly significant motorbikes to the Chateau Impney Hill Climb this year. Usually found on display at the Brooklands Museum, each bike in the collection has been rebuilt into full working order by the fantastic Brooklands Volunteers.
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