How to Enter a Barbon Hillclimb
There are two ways of sending in your entry for a Barbon Hillclimb.
You can Enter & Pay On-Line, or you can Enter by Post.
There is no additional charge for paying on-line whether or not you have a PayPal account.
First of all, you’ll need to read the regulations relating to the event you wish to enter. There are a few minor differences between the two events, so if you’re entering both you’ll need to read both sets of regs.
The entry fee for the National A event is £107 (or £104 for KLMC/LMC members) .
The entry fee for each of the National B events is £97 (or £94 for KLMC/LMC members).
1. Enter & Pay with our secure on-line service:
By entering, you agree to comply with the event and MSA regulations.
You can enter both meetings on-line at the same time without having to input all your details again.
Please ensure that you tick the correct box(es) when booking to avoid entering the wrong event.
To enter online, once you’ve read the regs,
just click on the BUTTON at the bottom of this page.
Why enter on-line? You’ll avoid the risk of postal loss or delays, you will receive immediate confirmation that we’ve received your entry, & you don’t need a stamp or envelope. And it’s easier for us too!
We use PayPal to process our on-line payments, but you don’t need PayPal account – you can pay using your usual credit or debit card without additional charge.
2. Enter By post:
Once you have read the Supplementary Regulations, select the entry form for the event you wish to enter:-
(To download the forms you’ll need a recent version of Adobe Reader which you can download free HERE.)
10th June 2017 regulations & postal entry form
1st July 2017 regulations & postal entry forms
You can complete the entry forms on your PC before printing, signing and posting them to us, together with your payment.
Of course this method is slower, as you are relying totally on the postal service. If you are reading this you must have internet access, so why not use our on-line service to ensure we receive your application without delay – it’s secure and available 24 hours a day.
Why is it better to enter on-line? You’ll avoid the risk of postal loss or delays, you will receive immediate confirmation that we’ve received your entry, & you don’t need a stamp or envelope. And it’s easier for us too!
If you’re not already a member, you can still claim the member’s discount by joining one of the clubs today.
Just complete the LMC Membership Application Form on your computer before printing, signing and posting it to us with a separate cheque for £10.00. Or or why not quickly join on-line via our membership page?
Requirement for towing points:
(All classes). Cars shall have suitable towing point(s) clearly identified and suitably marked using a contrasting colour, accessible from the front & rear. The roll hoop will generally suffice for open single seater and open sports racing cars.
Our events comply with the North & Midland Recommended Classes and Clarifications
In 2009 LMC led a review of the plethora of event rules then in existence and developed a set of standard classes for Speed events. Our aim was to encourage competitors new to the sport with easily understood descriptions of a Standard Road Car whilst making the rules clearer for existing competitors and scrutineers. Since 2009, the clarifications have been further refined following very positive feedback from competitors.
Who is using these classes?
With very few exceptions, all clubs in the North West, North East and Midlands use the classes listed. Some organisers add extra classes or amalgamate classes to accommodate local practice. The structure is voluntary so whilst we have requested that all clubs/championships keep to the same class numbering system, we cannot compel them to do so. If you find a club or championship that is not using the new structure, why not strongly suggest to the organisers that they adopt it, for the good of all competitors?
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Don’t forget, if you are taking part in several events in the region, you could be eligible for an award by joining the Liverpool Motor Clubs’ Speed Championship – the Best in the North West!
See our Club Calendar page for a full list of Championships invited to the Barbon Hillclimbs this year.
The events at Barbon are promoted by Barbon Hillclimb Ltd under MSA permits issued to Liverpool Motor Club.
Barbon Hillclimb Ltd is a collaboration between Kirkby Lonsdale Motor Club Ltd and Liverpool Motor Club Ltd.