Bo’ness picks up top Scottish award
The Bo’ness Hill Climb Revival has won one of Scotland’s most prestigious awards, the Jim Clark Memorial Award for contribution to motor sport.
Presented by the Association of Scottish Motoring Writers, it was previously won by Jackie Stewart and David Coulthard. The Bo’ness team earned the accolade for bringing sport back to the oldest permanent motor sport venue in Scotland.
The hill was used from 1932 until the land was sold in 1966 and Clark competed there in his formative years. It hosted the inaugural round of the British Hillclimb Championship in 1947.
The ninth running of the Bo’ness Hillclimb will be on September 3/4 and will feature over 200 classic cars.