SPECTATOR INFORMATION 2020
You Really Can’t Get Closer to the Action!
Here are some details Spectators might need:
We publish full entry lists and a preview of each event on our website and Facebook. This is usually available around two weeks before the event date.
We don’t just have cars at our hill climb. On April 19th, 13th and 14th June and 18th and 19th July we also have the motorbikes and side-cars of the Autocycle Union (ACU) competing. If you are arriving by motorbike, please make sure you bring something to stand your bike on as our parking is on grass.
Single Day Events: 18th and 19th April, 13th and 14th June, 18th and 19th July and 13th September
Entry for Single Day Events: £10 per Adult! Under 14s, Car Parking and Paddock Access is FREE.
Gate Open at 08:30, practice starts around 0900 and concludes at around lunch-time. Competition Runs start at aporoximately 13:00 on single day events.
Two Day Events: 23rd and 24th May and 29th and 30th August – British Hill Climb Championship Events
The first day, Saturday, of our two day events is a practice day. It usually runs from around 08:30 until around 15:30, typically there is usually a lunch break around 13:00. Runs are timed but there is no commentary.
The second day, Sunday, is Competition Day. There is another practice run that starts around 08:30. Competition runs start around 10:30 finishing around 17:00. Lunch break is taken but the timing is depeandant upon the time taken for the practice, first timed run and British Hill Climb Championship Top Tweleve Run Off. There is commentary.
Entry for Two Day Events:
- Practice Day £6 per Adult. Under 14s, Car Parking and Paddock Access is FREE (23rd May and 29th August)
- Competition Day £10 per Adult! Under 14s, Car Parking and Paddock Access is FREE.
We have a great resturant serving drinks,ice cream, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (Saturday Evenings) and a licenced bar.
We are sorry but at present we cannot take cards for entry.
Our Postcode is: SP5 5HR – Gurston Down Speed Hill Climb is sign-posted from the Salisbury to Blandford Forum Road and can be found near Broad Chalke.
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