Entries for the 10th Bo’ness Hill climb are now open


We  are now accepting entries for the 10th Bo’ness Hill Climb Revival.

Even though we have extended the paddock area to take more cars, we are expecting this to be the third year where entries outstrip the availability.

Applications can be made either by our online form or ‘old school’ via post. The supplementary reg’s and paper application can be found in our downloads section

We prefer all entries to be electronic so in case you want to pay by cheque we have added this option along with paypal, which can be chosen at checkout.

Online payments are taken via PayPal, or standard Visa/ Visa Debit/ Master Card


For online entries only we are offering one of the New 2017 T-shirts at a discounted rate of £10, simply select the option at the end of your entry application, and the item will be added to your total.

Bo’ness Revival T-Shirt 2017

We are pleased to announce our new T-shirt design for the 2017 Season. The Bo’ness Hill Climb has now been in existence in its current form for 10 years and we decided a make over was well overdue.  To incorporate the growing and successful Classic car show in the name we decided to change the brand and bring the hill climb and car show under one name.

As such we are very pleased with the new Bo’ness Revival logo and as such thought this year it should take pride of place on our T-shirts. We have expanded the range of sizes to include female and kids and placed it pride of place on a Black, Red and light Blue Cotton T-shirt. We hope you like it as much as we do.

Saturday 2nd Sept BBQ for Competitors and Classic Car Show.

We know some of you are keen to get your entry in for the Bo’ness Revival, however until the Track licence and permit is sent to us from the MSA, we are unable able to take entries,
As soon as these arrived we are good to go and entries will be made live.

While you are waiting for that, you may want to bag yourself a ticket for the BBQ which we will be organizing for the Saturday night. This is open to Hill Climb Drivers, crew and entrants to the classic car show.   Numbers are limited to the size of the Gazebo [about 100]  so they are being sold on a first come first served bases.

There will be good food,[ including a Hog roast],  music and plenty of racing chat. All this for a very reasonable £10

Details regarding times etc will follow,  but we expect to kick it off after the prize giving.

Tickets can be purchased from: here

Stirling and District Classic Car Club Show


Once again we will have a stand at the Stirling and District Classic Car Club Show on the 14th of May to help promote the Bo’ness Revival in the area. Our stand will have space for 4-cars and a gazebo so we are looking for a varied display of cars which compete at the Bo’ness Hillclimb and participate in the Bo’ness Classic.

If you would be willing to have your car on display please contact Cliff McKinnon at cliff@bonesshillclimb.org.uk and we can arrange details. The Stirling show is a major event attracting a large number of entrants and spectators and is an ideal opportunity to let people see what the Bo’ness Revival is all about, Bo’ness is not just a Hillclimb or a Show, it is a celebration of motoring history.

Alan Biggar Charity Drive

We are delighted to support Alan Biggar in his latest fund raising venture for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Alan will be driving his 1957 Morgan Plus 4 all round Scotland in an epic road trip of around 2000 miles and incorporates no less than twelve ferry crossings.

Alan’s twelve day journey will start at Bridge of Allan and will finish at Bo’ness Hill Climb on the 26th May.

You can read about Alan’s trip by downloading the flyer which includes details for charity donations.


Speedex painting at Bo’ness

I have been contacted by Felix Sears, a Bo’ness member who has shared a painting that was recently done of him in his Speedex coming up the Bo’ness track last year.  The painting was created from a photo taken on the day and I think has turned out very well.  The Artist’s name is Andrew Kitson ( andrewkitson.com )  who specializes in Motor racing painting.

Thank you Felix, for sharing the painting.



From Our Facebook

Our photo of the week comes from June 1952 and shows Peter Stubberfield in his monoposto Bugatti T35. He won his class at 38.85 secs but was a good 4 seconds off the FTD time of Ken Wharton.
Great action photo from the Hopkins Archive.

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