How to Enter a Barbon Hillclimb

You can enter online or by Post.

There is no additional charge for entering on-line whether you pay by debit card, credit card or a PayPal account.

First, read the Supplementary Regulations relating to the event you wish to enter. There are minor differences between the two events, so if entering both please read both sets of regs.

Click Here for the 6th June 2020 meeting Regulations (Interclub).
Due to the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, there is currently a country-wide ban on motorsport until at least 30th June. As a result, the 6th June Barbon Hillclimb is cancelled. See here for more information as it becomes available.

Click Here for the 4th July 2020 meeting Regulations (Dual Permit).
In order to keep everyone safe, we have decided not to run the 4th July 2020 hillclimb. Please see the announcement opposite >>>

1. Enter & Pay on-line :

By entering, you agree to comply with the event and Motorsport UK regulations.

You can enter both meetings on-line at the same time.
KLMC & LMC members automatically receive a £3 discount on the entry fees.
Please ensure that you tick the correct box(es) when booking to avoid entering the wrong event.

Once you’ve read the regs, click below :

Or if the button doesn’t show, please Click Here

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!

SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING THE ONLINE ENTRY PROCESS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR ENTRY HAS BEEN ACCEPTED. CONFIRMATION OF ACCEPTANCE WILL BE SENT IN A SEPARATE EMAIL. WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU CHECK THAT YOUR BANK/CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT HAS BEEN DEBITED WITH THE EVENT ENTRY FEE.

You don’t need a PayPal account – you can pay using your usual credit or debit card as a guest on the PayPal system without additional charge.

 2. Enter By post:

Download the Supplementary Regulations and entry form(s) for the event(s) you wish to enter (below):-
(To download the forms you will need a recent version of Adobe Reader which you can download free HERE.)

We’d prefer you to enter on-line, there’s no envelope or stamp to find, and it’s easier for us too. You can enter both meetings on the same electronic form. Just click the button above.

6th June 2020 Supplementary Regulations and postal entry form
4th July 2020  Supplementary Regulations and postal entry form

Please read the event Supplementary Regulations to ensure you enter the correct class!
Don’t forget to sign the form(s) and post them to us, together with your payment.

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.


If you’re not a member, you can still claim the member’s discount by joining one of the host clubs today.

Join Liverpool Motor Club online here: LMC membership, or print the LMC Membership Application Form and post it to us with a separate cheque for £10.00.

Or, you can join Kirkby Lonsdale Motor Club by contacting them via their Facebook page.


Notes:

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?

 

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 car events at Barbon are promoted by Barbon Hillclimb Ltd under Motorsport UK permits issued to Liverpool Motor Club.
Barbon Hillclimb Ltd is a collaboration between Kirkby Lonsdale Motor Club Ltd and Liverpool Motor Club Ltd.

Barbon Hillclimb Ltd is registered in England, No 6466962. Registered office: Woodland Rise, Beemire Lane, Windermere LA23 1DW

We are supporting North West Blood Bikes (Lancashire & Lakes)

“A voluntary organisation that provides urgent support to the NHS in our region”

…….. Our Next Ride May Save a Life …….

NW Blood Bikes provide a Free, but professional voluntary out of hours transport service to our local NHS hospitals by carrying urgent and emergency blood, platelets, samples, donor breast milk, patient notes, theatre equipment, in fact anything that is urgently required that can be carried by motorcycle, between hospitals.
They provide this service through the night, at weekends and Bank Holidays enabling hospital funding to be better spent on patient care.  You can help their volunteers by making a donation today. www.nwbb-lancs.org

Competitors are invited to add a donation to their entry fee when entering our events on-line. We guarantee to pass on the full amount of all donations received this way. Over £1000 has now been raised by our competitors and spectators for the NW Blood Bikes over the past couple of years. Can you help us to raise this total even further?

To make a donation, or for more information,  just click on their logo above.

 North West Blood Bikes, Lancashire & Lakes: Registered Charity 1147282

Page last updated 10/4/2020