Photos from the Shere Hill Climb, including early vintage cars from Brooklands Museum through to a Lamborghini Aventador.
The Shere Hill Climb is a non-competitive hillclimb event run on a closed road course near the picturesque village of Shere in the Surrey Hills. Now in its second year and with fine weather, this well-supported event was a great success. While Drive Cult was only a spectator this year, look for us to have a car entered in 2015.
Here is a selection of photos from the event, further details of which can be found here.
Pre war Lagonda
Triumph TR4 at speed
Ferrari Dino 246GT at the start
Road/ Race Ferrari 308 heads out of the paddock
Fastest and loudest car there Group B MG Metro 6R4
Not quite so fast Fiat 500
Modern supercar Ford GT
Oldest car there Berliet Curtiss
While this 64 reg Morgan Plus 8 Speedster was the newest (even if it didn't look it)
Plenty of classics in this car park including this Ford Edsel Villager
Austin Healey and Lagonda in the car park
Frazer Nash had scary looking chain drive under the drivers seat
Mighty Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with 427 big block power and 4 speed manual
Most valuable car taking part? a Ferrari 275 GTB shortnose
Lovely Jaguar XK
And finally a Ferrari Dino 246GT entered by Foskers on the hill