The CAMS NSW Hillclimb Championship
is a "Speed Hillclimb" Championship run in the state of New South Wales
& boasts a diverse array of Racecars & Drivers..
The Championship consists of a number of Hillclimb rounds held by CAMS affiliated "Host Clubs". Outright & Class Champions are named at the end of each Season & are presented with trophies.
The Championship in its current form has been running since 1959. From 1949-1958 the Championship was run as a single event much the same way the current Australian Hillclimb Championship is run.
Notable competitors include Ron Tauranac (1954 Champion), Colin Bond (1965-67 Champion), Lex Davison (1957 Champion), Peter Gumley (11 Time Champion), Peter Finlay (3 Time Champion), Allan Grice & Malcolm Oastler but to name a few.
The NSW Hillclimb Advisory Panel
The Championship is run by The "NSW Hillclimb Advisory Panel" (HCAP). The “Panel” is an advisory board to CAMS
NSW and CAMS nationally. Its function includes:
- To co-ordinate and oversee the running of the NSW Hillclimb Championship
- Keep the Championship pointscore and arrange an end-of-year function.
- Attend to directions emanating from the CAMS NSW Council or State Executive.
- Advise the CAMS NSW Council, NSW Executive & CAMS nationally on Hillclimb matters
- Provide advice and assistance to clubs and individuals on the conduct of hillclimbs.
- Inform competitors and organising clubs of Championship rule changes as they occur.
2008 Host Clubs
Please Note 1949-1958 the Championship was run as a single event