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Northam 27-4-24 Colour
Northam 27-4-24 Colour
Northam 27-4-24
Northam 27-4-24

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Perth.Western Australia.

The Triumph Sports Owners Assoc of WA

presents the

2024 Mt Ommaney Hill Climb.



2024 TSOA Mt Ommaney Hill Climb

in Colour

This Slideshow is in either Colour or Greyscale.


2024 TSOA Mt Ommaney Hill Climb

in Colour

2024 TSOA Mt Ommaney Hill Climb

in Greyscale

     The Triumph Sports Owners Association of WA were asked to present a revised format event at this historic hill climb venue in the rural WA town of Northam. This was held in conjunction with, and to support the Northam round the houses event the following day.

Previously the hill climb component of this historic vehicle regularity event had lost the attention of entrants, so a complete re-think resulted in an ‘up the hill, then back down again’ 2klm course format. The interest we received was quite remarkable, 50 entries in a little under 2 weeks so entries were closed off early to avoid over subscribing. Unlike the round the houses event, modern cars were eligible. Also to assist with attracting entries we kept the entry fee quite low. As the hosting club, our only objective is to cover our outgoings. The Shire of Northam were instrumental in their support with financial and personnel resources recognising this weekend of motor sport brings much needed revenue into their community.  

Cars ranged from muscle cars to classics and everything in between. Even a few track cars and tarmac rally prepared vehicles assaulted the hill. Entrants were advised there were no trophies or prizes, only bragging rights.

The programme consisted of 4 runs with run 1 allocated for sighting. Results were determined as an aggregate of the 3 timed runs. Launching from the bottom of the hill, cars completed the 2klm course then into a finish ‘garage’ coming to a complete stop. 2 Speed control chicanes managed our safe event responsibilities as well as a very tight hair pin bend.

Quickest on the day were:                                                                                                                

Brent Mathews in his potent Westfield 233.93 seconds

Stephen Dougherty - Turbo Nissan powered BMW 2002 241.87 seconds.

Byron Ellement – Turbo Toyota 100E Anglia 242.87 seconds.

Jurgen Lunsmann – Mazda MX5 245.49 seconds

  Thanks to Bruce Pollock from the Triumph Sports Owners Association for supplying the words.