Roaring engines at Gurston

Chris Cannell

Chris Cannell

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Salisbury Journal: Photograph of the Author by , Head of Sport

ALMOST 200 race-goers will be delivering twists and turns at Gurston Down’s Midland Hill Climb Championship this weekend.

Classic, modern, production-based and customised racing cars are on show over two days, and they will be joining the regular Gates of Brockenhurst, who will be contesting round four of the highly competitive series. The top ten challenge will also feature with the The Downton Engineering Works & Social (DEWS) Club Championship making its Gurston debut.

A wide range of local drivers, including the likes of Salisbury’s Chris Cannell and Stephen Moore, will be making an appearance in their selected categories.

The action starts at 10.30am on both days.

Entry on Saturday costs £6 while it’s £10 on Sunday. Under 15s accompanied by an adult go free.

For more information about the track, which is located near Broad Chalke, see

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