Harewood is the longest hillclimb course in the country and provides a real test of car performance and driver ability. The first event took place on the original ‘short course’ in 1962, and the British Hillclimb Championship started contesting rounds there in 1964. In 1992 the course was extended to its current length. One of Harewood’s most famous and challenging features is the straight between Orchard and Farmhouse, where the cars travel at high speed between the buildings of Stockton Farm.
Course length: 1448 metres (1584 yards)
Outright hill record: 47.81 seconds – Wallace Menzies, Gould GR59, 07.07.2019
Address: Harewood Speed Hillclimb, Stockton Farm, Harewood Avenue, Harewood, Leeds, LS17 9LA
The class records for Harewood listed on hillclimbing.org have been sourced from event results on the venue’s website and verified by the organising club (BARC Yorkshire)