Mid Year Noosa Hill Climb
Sponsored by Autobarn Gympie and held on the 25th and 26th July 2015
Two hill climbs are run at Gyndier Drive at Tewantin each year. The first on 25/26th July 2015
Over 120 drivers compete to be the fastest up the most challenging hill climb in Australia. With 14 corners running through the State Forest near Noosa and great spectator spots at the most spectacular corners.
Results can be viewed by clicking on Competitors tab above and then View Results
View Current results at https://m.imgur.com/wg57QlU
Spectators are welcome to attend.
Spectators enter via the lower end of Gyndier Drive only. Food and coffee is available at the PIT area and spectators are welcome to walk through the PITs and talk with drivers and have a close look at the cars. Cars range from hill climb open-wheel specials to Escorts, Datsuns, Alfa Romeo, Jaguars and the V 8 Mustangs. Recent years has seen several turbo powered cars making a challenge on the track record. This event is sponsored by AUTOBARN -Gympie and Noosa Graphica.
This race weekend of the 25th and 26th of July 2015 is not to be missed with a line up of well known drivers in exotic race cars in action.
Come and enjoy the excitement . Racing starts at 8 am and finishes about 4 pm.
Regarded as one of Australia’s premier hill climb courses. The weekend is loaded with lots of thrills and spills and is sure to keep you entertained.
There are several spectator areas for you to catch the action with catering provided.. Feel free to wander around the Pits and talk to drivers and get up close to the cars.
If you are from further a field why not make a weekend of it. For spectators the following accommodation houses have special rates for you.
As the event is held within a National Park - no dogs are allowed and smoking is prohibited.
So mark your calendars and be sure not to miss Noosa Mid Year Hillclimb.
Children under 14 Free (must be accompanied by an adult)
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