2016 Jim Clark Award
The Bo'ness Revival Committee were very proud to be awarded the 2016 Jim Clark Award - sponsored by Ford and chosen by the Association of Scottish Motoring Writers.
The award is for our significant contribution to Scottish Motorsport. This is the first time the award has been presented to a club; previous recipients have include Sir Jackie Steward, David Coulthard, Alan McNish, John Cleland, Colin McRae plus a host of others well known in motorsport circles.
An enormous amount of work has gone into organising and developing the Bo'ness Hill Climb over the past nine years. Kenny Baird and Bill Drysdale were proud to accept the award on behalf of everyone who has been involved at Bo'ness past and present.
“On behalf of the Bo’ness Hill Climb Revival committee, we are honored to receive the prestigious Jim Clark Award,” said Kenny Baird, chairman. “We are extremely proud of Scotland’s contribution to motor racing and it is very satisfying to see our hard work recognised in this way and we hope to build on this success in future years.”
This year we are changing the track layout by adding a new corner and finishing straight. The public car park will now be relocated to the area behind Kinneil House and spectators will no longer have to cross the track to enter the venue. This will result in much smoother running of the meeting with less delays and more smiles from spectators and drivers alike!
We are also moving the location of the classic car show to allow more cars to be displayed. details of the classic car show can be found here:
Entries for the 9th Bo'ness Hill climb - Are now live
We are now accepting entries for the 9th 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
The 2016 Bo'ness Speed Hill Climb is seeking commercial partners or sponsors.
We have an eight page Commercial Opportunities brochure available which details the various ways that a company or individual can get involved with the event. The full brochure can also be downloaded here. If you know of a business or person who may be interested then we would be delighted to send them a brochure and arrange for an informal chat about Bo'ness.
Please get in touch us through our contacts page and we will follow up any enquiries.
Now entering it’s Ninth year, The Bo’ness Speed Hill Climb is firmly established on the UK Historic motorsport calendar.
This years event on the 3rd and 4th September promises to be the most exciting yet and has attracted Global media coverage with Motors TV running a 96 minute special programme, which will be shown early in October. Such interest is hardly surprising , when you consider the rich history that surrounds the Hill Climb and the event will continue to feature a fantastic line up of cars and competitors from all over the UK, a Classic Car Show with trade stands and an Aerial display.
We are working hard to establish a truly memorable experience for the anticipated large crowds at the same time providing a meaningful marketing platform for your business to gain exposure and sales.
The ongoing success of the event needs your commercial partnership support and I can assure you that my team will strive to ensure that any level of involvement you have, will represent value for money and deliver a return on investment.
For 2016 we have provided a suite of commercial partnership options, all of which are designed to deliver fantastic branding exposure for more details please download our commercial brochure or contact Kenny Baird; email@example.com
The Bo’ness Dinner
A new feature for Bo’ness in 2016 is the addition of a Saturday night dinner at the Macdonald Inchyra Hotel. The dinner will be open to Hillclimb competitors and Motoring Heritage entrants with the intention of bringing together everyone involved with Bo’ness at an informal social event. Numbers for attending the dinner are limited so attendance will be on a purely first come first served basis. The cost of the dinner is £32.00 per person which is to be paid together with the entry fee to the Hillclimb.
The 2016 Bo'ness Hill Climb
3rd and 4th September 2016
The date for the 2016, 9th Revival Meeting has been confirmed as the 3rd and 4th September. Make sure you mark this date in your diary as you won't want to miss Scotland's biggest and best historic motor racing event.
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2016 MEMBERSHIP NOW AVAILABLE
We are pleased to offer our members alternative payment methods for their annual subscription. It is now possible to pay using Paypal as well as the traditional method of paying by cheque.
We also hope to have a Direct Debit scheme set up very soon.
- Pay with cheque: head over to the download section
- For those among you who are computer savvy, the form can now be filled in online, with payments taken via pay pal.
The 2016 Bo'ness Hill Climb
3rd & 4th September 2016
The Proposaed date for the 2016, 9th Revival Meeting has been susgested as the 3rd and 4th September. Make sure you mark this date in your diary as you won't want to miss Scotland's biggest and best historic motor racing event.