Knox Mountain Hill Climb 1982
CanadaMotorSports Knox Mountain Hill Climb 1982 - From deep in the archives and Brian Elliott's 3/4" U-matic collection comes a piece of motor-sports history. The 1982 Knox Mountain Hill Climb in Kelowna, BC. Shot and edited by Brian Elliott. Look for a Sunbeam Tiger, a wild V8 powered Datsun 510, Datsun 240z, even pick up trucks! Please forgive the rough quality, given it's more than 40 years old, its not bad.
King of the Hill John Hafter sets another amazing time at Knox Mountain Hillclimb
An old video of John Haftner, the king of the hill, taking another record breaking run up the mountain.
Formula Offroad EXTREME HILL CLIMB - Arne, Lightfoot! NEXT HERO
Arne Johannessen in Lightfoot. Formula Offroad NEZ - Championship Akureyri, Iceland 2014, Skien Norway 2013 and Skien Norway 2014! Includes extreme hill climbs and hydroplaning! Bring your popcorn, sit back and enjoy over 10 minutes of extreme hill climbs! Produced by Bjørn Michaelsen NEXT HERO and JAWS4x4 / SMK Uppsala Thanks to Johan Waltari and Henrik Vesa Picture by Lars Mårtensson, www.GRIDDD.se #NEXTHERO http://www.facebook.com/NextHeroSocial Akureyri, Iceland, has some intense and steep sand hills and makes it challenging for the drivers to stay on the wheels. Skien in Norway has got the biggest and longest hills in Scandinavia! It offers a lot of crazy action when the best Formula Off Road drivers from Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland meet! This car has got a 850 HP big block and can do some insane climbs with those huge paddle tires! Extreme Hill Climb Crash Insane Jump
Knox Mountain HillClimb 2014 - King of the Hill - Yarko Petriw
Yarko Petriw wins the 2014 Knox Mountain HillClimb in the Petrel Data Systems Swift DB1 Formula Ford. His nearest competitor, Michael Marich, was just .367 seconds behind in the same car, taking second place. Yarko's time of 1:51.710 was just .07 seconds behind the FF1600 class record he set back in 2012. With variable weather conditions experienced throughout the weekend, Yarko pushed hard the moment the sun came out to take advantage of the grip the warming road surface afforded. A slight miscalculation in fuel load caused a slight dip in power down the straight between turns 6 and 7, which thankfully only cost a slight bit of time. This was the Petrel Data Team's third time competing at Knox Mountain race, and they look forward to returning once again in 2015 to defend their new title. http://www.petreldata.com/