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European Hill Climb Championship

European Hill Climb Championship
Category Hillclimbing
Country Europe
Inaugural season 1930
Classes single-seater cars, open-cokpit, sports prototypes, silhouettes and touring cars
Official website http://www.fia.com/node/3586

The European Hill Climb Championship is an FIA-run motorsport competition held across Europe on public roads.[1]

Unlike circuit racing, each driver competes alone, starting from a point at the base of a mountain and reaching a finish point near the summit. The European Championship allows single-seater cars, open-cockpit sports prototypes, and touring cars with varying degrees of technical preparation.

FIA-Cup for the winner of EHCC 2010

Contents

  • European Hill Climb Champions 1957-2015 1
  • 1930s 2
  • References 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

European Hill Climb Champions 1957-2015

This list shows holders of the FIA titles European Hill Climb Champion:

  • EHCC : FIA European Hill Climb Championship
Season Class Driver Car
2015 EHCC (Cat. I) Igor Stefanovski Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Norma M20 FC (Gr. E2-SS)
2014 EHCC (Cat. I) Igor Stefanovski Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Norma M20 FC (Gr. E2-SS)
2013 EHCC (Cat. I) Tomislav Muhvić Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Osella FA30 (Gr. E2-SS)
2012 EHCC (Cat. I) Dušan Borković Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Osella FA30 (Gr. E2-SS)
2011 EHCC (Cat. I) Aleš Prek Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Osella FA30 (Gr. E2-SS)
2010 EHCC (Cat. I) Roland Wanek Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Osella FA30 (Gr. E2M)
2009 EHCC (Cat. I) Vaclav Janík Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VIII (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Osella FA30 (Gr. E2M)
2008 EHCC (Cat. I) Miroslav Jakeš Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Lionel Regal Reynard 01L F3000 (Gr. E2)
2007 EHCC (Cat. I) Peter Jureňa Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Ander Vilariño Reynard 01L F3000 (Gr. E2)
2006 EHCC (Cat. I) Jörg Weidinger BMW M3 (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Giulio Regosa Lola Cosworth B99/50 F3000 (Gr. E2)
2005 EHCC (Cat. I) Jörg Weidinger BMW M3 (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Simone Faggioli Osella PA21S (Gr. CN2)
2004 EHCC (Cat. I) Robert Šenkýř BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Giulio Regosa Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
2003 EHCC (Cat. I) Robert Šenkýř BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Denny Zardo Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
2002 EHCC (Cat. I) Piergiorgio Bedini Ford Escort RS Cosworth (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Franz Tschager Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
2001 EHCC (Cat. I) Niko Pulić BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Franz Tschager Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
2000 EHCC (Cat. I) Niko Pulić BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Franz Tschager Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
1999 EHCC (Cat. I) Niko Pulić BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Pasquale Irlando Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
1998 EHCC (Cat. I) Otakar Krámský BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Pasquale Irlando Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
1997 EHCC (Cat. I) Otakar Krámský BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Pasquale Irlando Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
1996 EHCC (Cat. I) Bruno Houzelot Ford Escort RS Cosworth (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Fabio Danti Osella PA20S BMW (Gr. CN)
1995 EHCC (Cat. I) Otakar Krámský BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Fabio Danti Lucchini P3-94M BMW (Gr. CN)
1994 EHCC (Cat. I) Josef Kopecký Ford Escort RS Cosworth (Gr. N)
EHCC (Cat. II) Francisco Egozkue Osella PA9/90 BMW (Gr. C3)
1993 EHCC (Cat. I) Francis Dosieres BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Francisco Egozkue Osella PA9/90 BMW (Gr. C3)
1992 EHCC (Cat. I) Francis Dosieres BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Andres Vilariño Lola T298 Repsol (Gr. C3)
1991 EHCC (Cat. I) Iñaki Goiburu BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Andres Vilariño Lola T298 Repsol (Gr. C3)
1990 EHCC (Cat. I) Francis Dosieres BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Andres Vilariño Lola T298 Repsol (Gr. C3)
1989 EHCC (Cat. I) Francis Dosieres BMW M3 (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Andres Vilariño Lola T298 Repsol (Gr. C3)
1988 EHCC (Cat. I) Giovanni Rossi Renault 5 Maxi Turbo (Gr. B)
EHCC (Cat. II) Mauro Nesti Osella PA9 BMW (Gr. C3)
1987 EHCC (Cat. I) Claude-François Jeanneret Audi Quattro A2 (Gr. B)
EHCC (Cat. II) Mauro Nesti Osella PA9 BMW (Gr. C3)
1986 EHCC (Cat. I) Claude-François Jeanneret Audi Quattro A2 (Gr. B)
EHCC (Cat. II) Mauro Nesti Osella PA9 BMW (Gr. 6)
1985 EHCC (Cat. I) Francis Dosieres BMW 635 CSi (Gr. A)
EHCC (Cat. II) Mauro Nesti Osella PA9 BMW (Gr. 6)
1984 EHCC (Serial Car) Giovanni Rossi BMW M1 (Gr. B)
EHCC (Sports Car) Rolf Göring BMW M1 (Gr. B)
EHCC (Racing Car) Mauro Nesti Osella PA9 BMW (Gr. 6)
1983 EHCC (Serial Car) Giovanni Rossi BMW 528i (Gr. A)
EHCC (Sports Car) Rolf Göring BMW M1 (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Racing Car) Mauro Nesti Osella PA9 BMW (Gr. 6)
1982 EHCC (Serial Car) Herbert Hürter Ford Escort RS (Gr. 1)
EHCC (Touring Car) Jacques Guillot Porsche 930 (Gr. B)
EHCC (Racing Car) Herbert Stenger Ford Capri Turbo Zakspeed (Gr. 2)
1981 EHCC (Serial Car) Karl-Heinz Linnig Porsche 930 (Gr. 3)
EHCC (Touring Car) Herbert Stenger Ford Escort RS (Gr. 2)
EHCC (Racing Car) Jean-Louis Bos Lola T298 BMW (Gr. 6)
1980 EHCC (Serial Car) Roland Biancone Porsche 930 (Gr. 3)
EHCC (Touring Car) Jacques Alméras Porsche 934 Turbo (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Racing Car) Jean-Marie Alméras Porsche 935 K3 (Gr. 5)
1979 EHCC (Serial Car) Romain Wolff Ford Escort 2000 RS (Gr. 1)
EHCC (Touring Car) Jacques Alméras Porsche 934 Turbo (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Racing Car) Jean-Marie Alméras Porsche 935 (Gr. 5)
1978 EHCC (Serial Car) Herbert Stenger Ford Escort RS (Gr. 1)
EHCC (Touring Car) Jacques Alméras Porsche 934 Turbo (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Racing Car) Jean-Marie Alméras Porsche 935 (Gr. 5)
1977 EHCC (Serial Car) Anton Fischhaber Porsche Carrera RS (Gr. 3)
EHCC (Touring Car) Heinz-Jurgen Pöhlmann Ford Escort 1800 RS (Gr. 2)
EHCC (Racing Car) Mauro Nesti Lola T296 BMW (Gr. 6)
1976 EHCC (Serial Car) Jean-Claude Bering Porsche Carrera RSR (Gr. 3)
EHCC (Touring Car) Wilhelm Bartels Porsche Carrera RSR (Gr. 5)
EHCC (Racing Car) Mauro Nesti Lola T294 BMW (Gr. 6)
1975 EHCC (Serial Car) Jean-Claude Bering Porsche Carrera RSR (Gr. 3)
EHCC (Touring Car) Willy Siller BMW 2002 Ti (Gr. 5)
EHCC (Racing Car) Mauro Nesti Lola T294 BMW (Gr. 6)
1974 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Anton Fischhaber Porsche 911 Carrera (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Sports Car) Juan Alfonso Fernández Osella PA2 Abarth (Gr. 7)
EHCC (Racing Car) Robert "Jimmy" Mieusset March 742 BMW (Gr. 8+9)
1973 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Sepp Greger Porsche Carrera (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Sports Car) Juan Alfonso Fernández Porsche 908/3 (Gr. 7)
EHCC (Racing Car) Robert "Jimmy" Mieusset March 722 Ford (Gr. 8+9)
1972 EHCC (Serial Car) Helmut Mander Opel Kadett (Gr. 2)
EHCC (Gran Turismo) Anton Fischhaber Porsche 911S (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Sports Car) Franco Pilone Abarth 2000 (Gr. 5+7)
EHCC (Racing Car) Xavier Perrot March 722 Ford (Gr. 8+9)
1971 EHCC (Serial Car) Walter Brun BMW 2800 CS (Gr. 2)
EHCC (Gran Turismo) Wilhelm Bartels Porsche 908 (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Sports Car) Johannes Ortner Abarth 3000 (Gr. 5)
1970 EHCC (Serial Car) Ernst Furtmayr BMW 2800 CS (Gr. 2)
EHCC (Gran Turismo) Claude Haldi Porsche 911S (Gr. 4)
EHCC (Sports Car) Johannes Ortner Abarth 3000 (Gr. 5)
1969 EHCC (Serial Car) Ernst Furtmayr BMW 2002 Ti (Gr. 2)
EHCC (Touring Car) Arturo Merzario Abarth 2000S (Gr. 4+6)
EHCC (Gran Turismo) Sepp Greger Porsche 911T (Gr. 3)
EHCC (Sports Car) Peter Schetty Ferrari 212 E Montagna (Gr. 7)
1968 EHCC (Serial Car) Ernst Furtmayr BMW 2002 Ti
EHCC (Touring Car) Sepp Greger Porsche Carrera 6 (Gr. S)
EHCC (Gran Turismo) Holger Zarges Porsche 911T
EHCC (Sports Car) Gerhard Mitter Porsche 910 Bergspyder (Gr. P)
1967 EHCC (Serial Car) Ignazio Giunti Alfa Romeo GTA
EHCC (Touring Car) Rüdi Lins Porsche Carrera 6 (Gr. S)
EHCC (Gran Turismo) Anton Fischhaber Porsche 911S
EHCC (Sports Car) Gerhard Mitter Porsche 910 Bergspyder (Gr. 7)
1966 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Eberhard Mahle Porsche 911
EHCC (Sports Car) Gerhard Mitter Porsche 910 Coupé (Gr. P)
1965 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Herbert Müller Porsche 904
EHCC (Sports Car) Ludovico Scarfiotti Ferrari Dino 206P
1964 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Heini Walter Porsche 904 GTS
EHCC (Sports Car) Edgar Barth Porsche 904/8
1963 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Herbert Müller Porsche 356 Carrera GTL
EHCC (Sports Car) Edgar Barth Porsche 718 WRS
1962 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Hans Kuhnis Porsche Carrera
EHCC (Sports Car) Ludovico Scarfiotti Ferrari Dino 196SP
1961 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Heinz Schiller Porsche Carrera
EHCC (Sports Car) Heini Walter Porsche RS61
1960 EHCC (Gran Turismo) Huschke von Hanstein Porsche Carrera
EHCC (Sports Car) Heini Walter Porsche RS60
1959 EHCC (Sport Car) Edgar Barth Porsche RSK 1500
1958 EHCC (Sports Car) Wolfgang von Trips Porsche RSK
1957 EHCC (Sports Car) Willy Daetwyler Maserati 200SI

1930s

The first European Hill Climbing Championship was contested between 1930 and 1933, under the aegis of the Association Internationale des Automobile Clubs Reconnus (AIACR), the predecessor of the FIA.

Year Champions
Racing Cars Sports Cars
1933 Carlo Felice Trossi
Alfa Romeo
Mario Tadini
Alfa Romeo
1932 Rudolf Caracciola
Alfa Romeo
Hans Stuck
Mercedes-Benz
1931 Juan Zanelli
Nacional Pescara
Rudolf Caracciola
Mercedes-Benz
1930 Hans Stuck
Austro-Daimler
Rudolf Caracciola
Mercedes-Benz

References

  1. ^ "FIA European Hill Climb Championship". Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. Retrieved 16 December 2013. 

See also

External links

  • [3] - website about Czech and European hill climbs
  • [4] - Most complete European Hill Climb Championship race results 1957-today by ing. Roman Krejčí
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