Jaguar Simola Hillclimb readies for the fans
THE organisers of the Simola Hillclimb in Knysna have released ticket prices for what they billed “the most anticipated and exciting event” on the South African motorsport calendar.
Hyperbole aside, KZN certainly has a lot of interest in the race, thanks to Marburg’s Dezzi Gutzeit having shown himself the fastest driver up the hill after his spectacular win last year.
The Hillclimb takes place from May 6 to 8 in Knysna, with plenty of entertainment for the whole family.
More than 60 cars will be contesting Classic Car Friday, with 84 entries for King of the Hill and the all-new SuperCar Shootout, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday — making it the “must-attend” for any motoring or motorsport enthusiast.
General entry and pit tickets for this year’s seventh running of the Hillclimb are available in advance through www.iTickets.co.za — a convenient online portal to purchase and obtain all your tickets for this event.
Once paid for, customers can print their bar-coded ticket directly at home. Tickets will also be available at the gates during the weekend.
Fans can buy a two-day pass for the King of the Hill action on Saturday and Sunday, priced at R140 per adult and R80 per child. Single entry tickets are a tad pricey at R80 per person. Children under 12 enjoy free entry on Friday, with a cost of R50 for children between the ages of three and 11 for each of the remaining days. A limited number of pit access tickets, which include general entry, cost R180 for adults or R150 for children for single-day passes, or R320 and R250 respectively for the two-day passes.
A shuttle operates from the Knysna Waterfront to the Jaguar Simola Hillclimb throughout all three days.
Over 60 cars will be contesting Classic Car Friday in the Simola Hillclimb in Knysna this year.