Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

20.05.2019

The Jaguar Simola Hillclimb is quietly dreaming of becoming the Goodwood Festival of Speed of the southern hemisphere. Or at least that what it’s starting to look like. For ten years, car enthusiasts and petrol heads has been flocking to Simola, a place usually known for peace quietness as it’s usually a Golf and Country estate. Peace and quietness were thrown out the window during the first weekend of May and golf shoes were traded in for racing shoes while the clubs are swapped for steering wheels.

 

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

    

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

  

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb

   

Ten years of roaring engines at the Jaguar Simola Hill climb
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