Celebrating a Centenary of Motorsport!
This year’s Shere Hill Climb celebrates 100 years since the nearby Newlands hill climb kicked off the area’s century of motorsport.
Shere is the great classic and supercar live action festival near Guildford which takes place on closed public roads on 6th September and raises money for seven charities.
McLaren designer Peter Stevens will officially open the course at the wheel of ‘The Steady Special’, the 1934 V8 3-litre Lancia race car, recently restored by TV presenter Ant Anstead of “For The Love Of Cars” fame.
As well as vintage, specialist and sports cars there’s a vibrant spectator paddock and showground with displays, fairground rides and stalls – ensuring lots of fun for the whole family and a great social day out.
Around 4,000 spectators are expected to bring their cars along to enjoy the fun, which starts at 9:30, so expect to see action from Ferraris, Bugattis, Lamborghinis, Porsches and Bentleys – plus MGs, Rileys, Jaguars, specials, and more!