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Event Updates 31 August 2022

Provisional results from the EZIUP and Go Victorian Hillclimb Championship

The championship is now decided after a very well supported round 7 at Bryant Park last Sunday. Congratulations to David Mahon as our provisional winner of the championship. Congratulations also to Mike Barker and Wim Janssen for for taking out second and third championship places. In addition to the 2022 outright winners, there are 42 class placegetters so well done and thanks to every driver who supported the championship this year.

2022 Awards Night

To celebrate the season, catch up for a gossip and hand out the trophies, we’ll get together at the MG Car Club auditorium on Saturday 1 October.

The venue and online ticketing details are on the VHC website.

Sunday 25 September at Bryant Park

Multiclub hillclimb – Gippsland Car Club

Australian Hillclimb Championship at Mt Cotton, QLD

The national championship will be hosted by the MG Car Club of Queensland

Dates – Thursday 20 to Sunday 23 October 2022

Updates via the MGCC website -

Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October

Historic hillclimb at Mt. Tarrengower hosted by the Bendigo Car Club

Entries now open

All details from

Update from Rob Roy

As you would be aware, this year’s Schedule of Events has been very tenuous as a consequence of not knowing how the Civil works might proceed as a result of the upgrade works.

Fortunately, the MGCC have managed to fit in VHC Round 1 and Rounds 1 and 2 of the Interclub Challenge. At this time there are two events remaining

As works are progressing so slowly, and in the hope we can proceed with these two outstanding events, we believe it is prudent to re-schedule them as follows




The intention is Entry Forms and Supplementary Regulations will be issued in the normal way.

Should either event NOT proceed full refunds will be made.

The Interclub Challenge will not be the official opening of the revised venue but it will provide an opportunity to try it out.

-The track should be re-sealed with the “dip” long hated by many at the far end of the causeway removed.

-A chicane introduced on driver’s left between turns 2 & 3. (This will add some interest to the track and hopefully reduce the terminal velocity of cars at the Finish line)

-New concrete tyre cleaning pad established before you enter the Brake Shoes start area.

-Return road sealed with a direct link back to the Pits without having to use the causeway.

-Hopefully some of the internal roads will also have been sealed.

-Additional Octundas added onto existing building.

Follow this link to the MGCC Facebook page to see some images of the civil works carried out at Rob Roy - Facebook

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