Hill climb a drawcard


DON’T miss the thrills and spills on the hill this weekend when the annual Autobarn Noosa Hill Climb kicks off on Saturday.
Held on Gyndier Drive, Tewantin, Jaguars, minis, and Fiats alike will compete to master the 14 corner race track that winds through State forest.
The Autobarn Noosa Hill Climb is classed as one of the premier hill climb events in Australia drawing in big names such as Vern Schuppan, Kevin Bartlett and Dick and Steve Johnson.
As a special feature, this year’s event will also host Porsche Club QLD (PCQ) to celebrate their 40th year anniversary. There will be stacks of PCQ members competing in the climb as part of their club championship calendar.
You can also see the Porsche is all its glory when the club displays the cars along Gympie Terrace, Noosaville, on Saturday night.
Spectators are welcome to attend the hill climb, simply enter via the lower end of Gyndier Drive.
Food and drink is available at the Pit area and spectators are welcome to walk through the Pits and talk with the drivers or have a closer look at the cars mastering the hill.
The Noosa Hill Climb runs on Saturday and Sunday, from 8am to 4pm. A weekend pass is $10 with accompanied children under 14 free.
For more information visit www.noosacarclub.com.au.

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