FIA Hill Climb Masters

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FIA Hill Climb Masters
Category single-seater cars, open-cockpit sports prototypes, and touring cars
Country International
Inaugural season 2014
Motorsport current event.svg Current season

The FIA Hill Climb Masters is an FIA-run motorsport bi-annual[1] competition, created in 2014, with the goal of reuniting the world's top hill climb drivers in a single event to showcase the discipline and to celebrate national and FIA champions of the year gone by.[2]

The Masters bring together the winners of national championships, and the winners of the FIA Hill Climb Competitions. For this event, each of the drivers has to race with the same car used during the season.

There are two classifications: one Individual Classification and a Nations Cup.


FIA Hill Climb Masters Champions[edit]

Year Location Class Driver Car Nations Cup
2014 Luxembourg Eschdorf Cat. I Belgium Yanick Bodson Porsche 997 GT3 Cup  Italy
Cat. II Switzerland Eric Berguerand Lola B99-Cosworth
Cat. III France Nicolas Schatz Norma M20 FC V8-BMW
2016[3] Czech Republic Šternberk Cat. I Italy Lucio Peruggini Ferrari 458 Italia GT3  Slovakia
Cat. II Italy Simone Faggioli Norma M20FC-Zytek
Cat. III United KingdomScott Moran Gould GR61X-NME

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External links[edit]

  • [1] - website about Czech and European hill climbs
  • [2] - Most complete European Hill Climb Championship race results 1957-today by ing. Roman Krejčí