Get ready for thrills and spills with a weekend of motor racing against the clock at the upcoming Noosa Summer Hill Climb.
From 8.30am on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 October, drivers face a 1.5km uphill track with 14 bends.
Cars are released one at a time with the quick and brave taking just over a minute to cross the finish line at the top of The Hill.
Expect a diverse range of over 140 cars and drivers, young and old, from sports cars, family sedans, classic cars, open wheelers, specialist hill cars.
“We welcome and thank Coastline BMW who have stepped up to the plate as major sponsor supported by Reed & Co Estate Agents, ABlack Towing and Eureka Landscapes,“ sponsorship director Kate Rider said.
Visitors to the Hill can expect to see a few rare and special BMW M series vehicles as part of the 50th Anniversary celebration of the M Series.
Noosa Beach Classic Car Club president Mike Rider said they’ve been hosting The Hill for 25 years.
“The Noosa Hill Climb event is a testimony to 25 years of blood, sweat and tears from hundreds of club members and volunteers,“ Mr Rider said.
“They have created and maintained a unique Noosa motorsport event that continues to offer a challenging experience for all the competition drivers that flock to the Hill to take up the timed challenge.
“It remains a thriving and thrilling competition for those who dare.“
WHERE: Gyndier Drive entry off Cooroy- Noosa Road, Tewantin. Bus stop near the gate, Uber and taxi drop off.
WHEN: Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 October. Trophies and prizes on Sunday afternoon.
COST: Adult entry $25. U14 free.
For more information visit noosahillclimb.com.au