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Went to Collingrove (South Australia) this weekend (30/8/14). It was my second time there, first time in the dry. I had a great day and set faster times each run. Current best is 41.58s. For reference, the gold 4WD turbo Suby in front of me was running 38s.

Run at 3:40-6:00
 

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Wow....
When I ran hillclimbs here in the States with the SCCA, we had to run full safety gear and a rollbar.
Looks like you had a great time on the hill. The rear suspension cam is cool.
 

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Thanks guys

It's just a non-club day intended for road registered cars so we only need ankle to wrist clothing (preferably non-synthetic), an Australian standard helmet, and a $25 day license. The guys running their open tops and open wheelers need the full gear still.
 

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Awwww.. it's getting me jazzed! I'm doing a hillclimb this weekend. I've been sniffing around for more cameras for that multi-view angle edit. Great job with the video. I really enjoyed it.

--Sam.
 

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Where do they do hillclimbs in the Pacific Northwest? I don't have anything running yet but will eventually.

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One more from me and then I'll stop hijacking the thread.

Thanks for the info. There is a stretch of US 95 through the middle of Idaho that I have long thought would make a great hill climb. Old Whitebird grade just south of Grangeville is one of those super twisty switchback roads that are a blast to drive. A quick Google search pulled some pretty goo info.

Bill
 
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