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The BHC heads to Harewood in Yorkshire this weekend

Outright Harewood record holder Matt Ryder is sure to be trying hard as he attempts to get back on terms with current leader Alex Summers - Photo by Ben Lawrence

The sixth event of an intriguing 2024 British Hillclimb Championship (BHC) season presented by Nova Motorsport takes place at Harewood in Yorkshire over the weekend of 6th & 7th July. Current Championship leader Alex Summers is on top form and driving beautifully. He will be hoping to continue his recent good form in his IndyCar engined DJ Firestorm. After overcoming early season accidents, both Matt Ryder (Gould GR59- Judd) and reigning BHC Champion Wallace Menzies (Gould GR59M – Cosworth) are sure to be challenging hard, in an attempt to get back on terms with Alex. Matt usually goes very well at Harewood so It is sure to be a very intense and competitive weekend.

Reigning BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge Champion at Harewood - Photo by Paul Lawrence

The weekend also sees the opening round of the 2024 BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge presented by AET Turbos take to the track. The fastest Tin Tops in the UK will be at Harewood hoping to kick their season off in style. The Tin Tops are always spectacular to watch. Action is therefore sure to be fast and furious.

Members of the AET team will be in attendance at Harewood to offer support for reigning BHC Tin Top Challenge Champion Damien Bradley and Team Subaru. Be sure to go over and say hello and take a look under the skin of Damien’s monstrous Subaru Legacy.


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