2016 Australian Hillclimb Chamionship

Official Runs for the Latrobe City 2016 Australian Hillclimb Championship have been completed.

After two days of fierce competition that saw the outright track record lowered on three separate occasions, Malcolm Oastler has taken outright honours with Brett Hayward and Greg Ackland in second and third positions. There were many tight results through the classes with competition persisting throughout the entire weekend.

The organisers would like to thank all competitors, officials and volunteers that made this event what it was. Without the tireless efforts of a dedicated group of people this event would not have happenned.

28 October Results - Timed Pratice

2016 October Official Results Outright Results   Results by Class

Membership

There are three types of Gippsland Car Club membership:

Standard Membership:
This is for members who wish to compete in events, have an input into the Club decision making process, or have a vehicle or wish to have a vehicle on the Club Permit Scheme.

Associate Membership:
This is for members who do NOT wish to compete in events, do NOT wish to have an input into the Club decision making process, and do NOT have a vehicle or wish to have a vehicle on the Club Permit Scheme.

Interstate Membership:
This is for those members who reside in a state other than Victoria.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MEMBERS WHO CURRENTLY HAVE OR WISH TO HAVE VEHICLES REGISTERED UNDER THE CLUB PERMIT SCHEME VIA THE GIPPSLAND CAR CLUB

To enable your Club Permit Registration via the Gippsland Car Club to remain valid, you must, at all times, be a financial member of the Gippsland Car Club.

The Gippsland Car Club is legally obliged to notify Vicroads the name of any person who has a vehicle or vehicles under the Club Permit Scheme via the Gippsland Car Club who is not a financial member of the Gippsland Car Club. If this occurs, it is then illegal for you to drive your vehicle/s on the road, unless alternative arrangements have been made.

GCC Club Permit Scheme

The Club Permit scheme, or Club Rego, allows members of car clubs that are recognised by Vic Roads, including GCC to make limited use of historic vehicles on the road network. Vehicles must be at least 25 years old to participate in the scheme.

The current documentation regarding the Club Permit Scheme is available for download below.