Bo’ness hillclimb aims to go high
A record number of classic cars are expected at this year’s Bo’ness Hill Climb and Motoring Heritage Weekend.
Organisers are aiming for 350 cars, eclipsing the previous best of 220. It will take place in the grounds of Kinneil House, Bo’ness, Scotland on 3-4 September. Kenny Baird, chairman of the Bo’ness Hill Climb Revival Committee, explains: ‘Making a slight change to the track layout helped extend the display and trade area to about three times its previous size.’ More than 110 cars are competing including a 1913 Vauxhall.
A Napier Bentley hits the hill. Photo credit Jim Moir.