Wiscombe Park Hillclimb

Wiscombe Park Hillclimb is a British hillclimb, situated in Colyton, Devon. The course, which is 1000 yards (914 metres) in length — the same as Shelsley Walsh — was opened in 1958 and has been hosting rounds of the British Hill Climb Championship since the 1960s.

The outright hill record currently stands at 34.16s, set by Adam Fleetwood on 24 July 2004.

External links

* [http://www.wiscombepark.co.uk/ Wiscombe Park Hillclimb]

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