Sprints and Hillclimbs
Hill climbing has been part of British motorsport since the early days, with many famous drivers, including Sir Stirling Moss, having competed on the hills. Cars tackle an uphill course one-by-one, with the quickest time dictating the winner. Competitors are given practice runs before the competition starts, before a minimum of two competitive runs, with the best time counting in the final results.
Sprint is a high-speed discipline in which drivers take turns to set a time around a lap of a race circuit or a point-to-point course, with the fastest times determining the results.