Craigantlet hillclimb is a closed-road course just outside Belfast. It first held an event in 1913 and is therefore one of the oldest hillclimbs in the UK. It is the only venue in Northern Ireland to host a round of the British Hillclimb Championship currently. In fact, it was one of the venues used in 1947, the year that this championship started. Sections of the course are named after past winners, in order of ascent, with the first three corners named Howe, Hall and Hadley.

Address: Craigantlet Hillclimb, Belmont Road, Belfast, BT4 2NH

 

Course length: 1335 metres (1460 yards)

 

Outright hill record: 39.12 seconds – Scott Moran, Gould GR61X, 01.05.2016 and Dave Uren, Gould GR55B, 04.05.2019

Website: https://www.anicc.org.uk/Event.aspx?e=37

 

The class records for Craigantlet listed on hillclimbing.org have been sourced from the ANICC website and verified by the organising club (Ulster Automobile Club)

Photo Credit TBC