Barbon Hillclimb

Barbon Hillclimb is a hillclimb held in Cumbria, north-west England. The course is 890 yards (814 metres) in length, making it the shortest of the British Hill Climb Championship tracks outside the Channel Islands. The event is held on the Barbon Manor estate with the course ordinarily being used as a driveway.

A new record was set by Scott Moran on 10 May 2008 of 20.50, beating the previous record held by Adam Fleetwood in 2004.

Westmorland Motor Club run three events per year: two for cars and one for motorcycles.

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