Photo Credit: Eddie Kelly Photography
Opened in 1968, Doune is the home of the only round of the British Hillclimb Championship to be held in Scotland currently. The course is fast and flowing, requiring total commitment from drivers. The first half includes the daunting section known as Tunnel, which makes the course feel very narrow, whilst the second half after Junction corner includes the challenge of East Brae and The Esses. It is no wonder that Doune is known as “King of the Hills”.
Address: Doune Speed Hilclimb, Doune, Stirling, FK16 6HF
Couse length: 1350 metres (1476 yards)
Outright hill record: 34.76 seconds - Scott Moran, Gould 3.5L GR61X, 22.06.2014
The class records for Doune listed on hillclimbing.org have been sourced from the venue’s website, but have not yet been verified by the organising club (a request has been submitted)