SPRINTS AND HILLCLIMBS
Sprints and Hillclimbs is a high-speed discipline in which drivers take turns to set a time around a lap of a race circuit or a set course, with the fastest times determining the results. It is a very diverse discipline, with vehicles ranging from standard road cars to f1-style single-seaters.
Sprints are typically held on racing circuits and disused airfields, with venues spread right across the country.
Competitors are given practice runs before the competition proper starts. Usually you will get two runs against the clock, with your best time counting in the final results. The best part about Sprinting is that if you get your first run wrong you still have a chance of making amends on later runs.
In Hillclimbs, cars tackle an uphill course one-by-one, with the quickest time dictating the winner. Competitors are given practice runs before the competition starts, and you’ll get a minimum of two competitive runs, with your best time counting in the final results. The good thing is that if you make a mistake first time out, you still have a chance of making amends on later runs.