Welcome to the Prescott Speed Hill Climb
Prescott Hill Climb, based just outside of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, is home to one of the world's most prestigious motor racing venues. Set in 60 acres of glorious Cotswold countryside, the estate not only provides a beautiful setting for a range of classic car and bike weekends, but also hosts major motor racing championships.
The 1127 yard course rises over 200 feet via short straights, fast and slow corners and a breathtaking hairpin, with the fastest modern racing cars completing the course in an exciting 36 seconds.
The action can be viewed from strategic points along the course as well as from the restaurant terrace. Visitors and competitors alike can enjoy an exhilarating days racing plus vintage cavalcades up the Hill.
The current hill record of 36.24 seconds was set by Trevor Willis in his OMS CF25-RPE on Sunday 2nd September 2012. This record supersedes the long standing record of 36.35 seconds by Scott Moran in 2007
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Caravan, camping & motor home facilities are available for competitiors only for the meetings in April, June and September, please contact Allan Cameron, Competition Secretary (working Wednesdays only) on
01242 673136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org The cost is £10 for campervans or £7 for tents, for the weekend.
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Much of the course and the surrounding estate is wheelchair accessible.
Prescott is ideal for informal picnicking, with many excellent walks available across the estate and into the surround countryside.
The Clubhouse food terrace & restaurant are open throughout each event. For private catering enquiries
please contact Ciaran MacCana on 0044 (0)7725 336892 or email email@example.com
Parking is free
How to Reach us
From Birmingham and South West via M5 to junction 9
From London via A40 to Cheltenham then A435 towards Evesham
Prescott is situated 5 miles north east of Cheltenham off the A435 (Evesham Road) between Gotherington & Gretton. RAC Sign posted.