Boness Hill climb Revival

Entries for the 7th Bo'ness Hill climb

We are now accepting entries for the 7th Bo'ness Hill Climb Revival. This includes both the racing cars and participants in the classic car show. Applications can be made either by our online form or 'old school' via post. Check out the download section for the paper application form or click here for the online web form. Online payments are taken via PayPal, or standard Visa/ Visa Debit/ Master Card

We have a lot planned for our 7th annual event, so watch this space for updates.

Getting involved

Making an event like the Bo'ness Hill climb such a success is in part down to the Excellent team of marshals we have year in and year out. Without these volunteers the event would simple not run. If you have always wanted to get involved with motor racing but do not have a car ..... or have a car but not quite on the road;-) then why not volunteer as a marshall. Simply fill in the contact form and a member of the committee will send you an application from to fill in. Training is provided, and we can guarantee you a fun filled weekend.

Lotus success at Jim Clark 50th Anniversary Meeting

The 50th Anniversary of Jim Clark's first World Championship formed part of the celebrations at the 6th Bo'ness Hill Climb Revival. It was particularly fitting therefore that a Lotus won FTD on both days.

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Fastest Time of Day
Malcolm Wishart - Newlands
Lotus 41C
30.51 seconds

Photo courtesy of John Crae



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Fastest Time of Day
Geoff Hunt - Andover
Lotus 22 27.84 seconds

Photo courtesy of John Crae



The 6th Revival Meeting was our most successful yet with showery weather on the Saturday, but a sunny Sunday which saw spectators flooding into Kinneil Estate. In addition to the excellent entry of competition cars and the Classic Car Show they enjoyed a flypast by a Spitfire and Hurricane of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

The Tunnocks Grandstand

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Our Grandstand overlooking the Courtyard was once again very popular and was full all weekend. Hugh MacKinnon hurtles past in his Porsche 911. This year the grandstand was sponsored by Thomas Tunnock of Uddingston and all competitors and officials were supplied with caramel wafers!

BHCR and Bo'ness Hill Climb Revival are trading names of the Bo'ness Hill Climb Revival Limited
Bo'ness Hill Climb Revival Limited is a company registered in Scotland under Company Number SC345445
Registered Office: BHCR, 106 South Street, St Andrews, Fife KY16 9QD
MSA Registration No. 213183
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