Over £500m of classic cars and supercars set for Chateau Impney Hill Climb

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20,000 motorsport fanatics to descend on the luxury, Grade II listed Chateau Impney Hotel & Exhibition Centre in Droitwich Spa this July

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The popular event will welcome an audience of up to 20,000 motorsport fanatics, families, VIP guests and international visitors for a programme of classic car racing, rallies, exhibitions, world record attempts, activities and events based around the 885m course.

Held at the iconic Louis XIII-style Grade II* listed venue and across its stunning parkland in the charming English Midlands town of Droitwich Spa, crowds at the 2019 Chateau Impney Hill Climb are set to be wowed by over 200 pre-1967 cars competing to make or break records in various races, classes, awards, and memorable moments like the prestigious Footman James Concourse D’elegance and the second stage of Ralli 22.

Visitors to the July event, recognised as the Midlands most stylish summer party, can enjoy an exceptional dining, shopping, hospitality and VIP experience with many independent food offers and brands – such as Ferrari, Morgan, Lamborghini and Aston Martin – across the picturesque site, which also features live race relay at a number of locations.

Speaking ahead of the event, Rod Spollen – managing director of Greyfort Group which owns and operates the event – said, “Chateau Impney Hill Climb – set up to realise the childhood dreams of three generations of motoring enthusiasts – prides itself on being the Midlands’ most stylish and relaxed summer garden party, and this year will be no exception. We’re absolutely delighted to be announcing details of our programme for 2019, including the 100th anniversary of Bentley Motors and the 60th anniversary of the iconic Mini amongst a whole raft of on and off-track events, activities and experiences. We look forward to welcoming friends old and new to this event, which promises to be one of the most memorable yet, raising valuable funds for our chosen charity Cauldwell Children at the same time.”

Chateau Impney Hill Climb day and weekend tickets priced between £20 – £40 are on general sale now via this link.

Richard Franks

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