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Manx Classic Cars Sprint and Hill Climb

Type:Motorsport

Classic Car Sprint and Hill Climb

About

The Manx Classic has been run for more than twenty years, and the Manx Motor Racing Club has a great track record of producing exciting and friendly motorsport events for classic and sports cars.

Thursday 29th sees our hill climb held at the Sloc. The start line lies just before the Sloc car park. 

Friday 30th begins at Creg Willey's (Glen Helen). The start line lies at the former cafe/garage at Glen Mooar. 

Saturday 1st May hosts the famous TT course hill climb as it leaves Ramsey. The start line is adjacent to the entrance to Barrule Park titled Lhergy Frissell and finishes above the Gooseneck.

All events involve closed roads, closing being from around 9am to 6pm all 3 days.

Practising will take place during the morning. Timed events during the afternoon.

There is no charge at any of the events for spectators. Refreshments and toilet facilities will be available, usually before the start line of each hill.

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Tel+ 44 (0) 1624 670150

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Opening Times

Hill Climb - The Sloc (near Port Erin) (29 Apr 2021)
DayTimes
Thursday09:00 - 17:30
Hill Climb - Creg Willeys (Glen Helen) (30 Apr 2021)
DayTimes
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Hill Climb - Lhergy Frissell (Mountain Road, Ramsey) (1 May 2021)
DayTimes
Saturday09:00 - 18:00

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