Alpine Cup International Hillclimb

About the Event

Mount Hotham Event

The inaugural Alpine Cup International Hillclimb will be held on a date to be determined in 2016.

In its original form, this driver-only long course hillclimb event will be held over a challenging 29km stretch of the Great Alpine Road of Mount Hotham, Australia’s highest sealed through road.

Each driver will traverse the course six times over two competitive days, making it a test of man and machine like no other in Australia.

Auto Corsa Group allows production car-based circuit, sports, time attack and rally cars from the opportunity to compete in this Australian-first endurance hillclimb event.

Course Info

Mount Hotham Alpine Cup Interantional Challenge

The Great Alpine Road is considered by many to be one of the best driving roads in the southern hemisphere. The proposed official closed road course of the Alpine Cup commences at Harrietville and finishes in the heart of the Hotham Heights Village. In its original form, drivers will tackle some 241 turns and an elevation gain of almost 1300 metres.

At 29 kilometres, the Alpine Cup will be the longest event of its kind in the world, topping the world-famous international Pikes Peak in the US for endurance challenge by 10km.

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Event Info