This summer weekend of two one day meetings offers, arguably the greatest variety, and certainly some of the closest competition of our season so far. Joining our own Race Van Conversions Loton Park Championship are the BARC Speed Championship, the very well supported Classic Marques Speed Championship, the Pre 1994 Formula Fords and the TVR Car Club Speed Championship and, on Saturday only, the Historic Rally Car Register and the MAC Sunrise Championship.
The Formula Fords date from the beautiful historic 1968 Merlin of Paul Morcom through to the various cars of the early 1990s. What the earlier cars lack in aerodynamic advantage they make up for in the compliant nature of their chassis giving them less of a disadvantage on the hills than would be apparent on a circuit. This will be a battle and it will be the best driver on the day who will win!
INVITED CLUBS & CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Association of West Midlands Car Clubs
- Welsh Association of Motor Clubs
- Association of North West Car Clubs
- British Automobile Racing Club
- Bugatti Owners Club
- Shenstone Car Club
- Liverpool Motor Club
- Lothian Car Club
- Midland Automobile Club
- Reliant Sabre & Scimitar Owners Club
- Historic Rally Car Register
- ‘Race Van Conversions’ Loton Park Championship
- BARC Speed Championship
- Classic Marques Speed Challenge
- The Pre-1994 Formula Ford Register 2020 Challenge
- Historic Rally Car Register Hill Climb & Sprint Championship
- Midland Automobile Club Sunrise Championship
- TVR Car Club Speed Championship
EVENT TIMINGS AND TICKETS
Children under 16 go free
Tickets can be bought upon arrival to the venue.
Loton Park Speed Hill Climb course is set in the beautiful surroundings of a deer park owned by Sir Michael Leighton, and is situated 9 miles west of Shrewsbury on the B4393 road in the village of Alberbury. The course is 1475 yards (1349 metres) long with an average gradient of 1 in 25 (4%) and the steepest of 1 in 7 (14%) and is rated as one of the country’s most demanding hills by competitors.
Plenty of seating areas are available along the course, with the best viewing areas being at Triangle and Fallow/Museum bends. Toilet and catering facilities will be provided throughout the course of the day.
Dogs are strictly forbidden.
Usage of drones on the site is strictly forbidden
Directions to Loton Park can be found
PROVISIONAL ENTRY LIST
To be published.