Kop Hill near Princes Risborough Buckinghamshire, was one of the most popular speed hill climbs in the country for motorcycles and motorcars in the period between 1910 and 1925. This year's centenary event celebrates the first recorded races by motorcyclists in 1910. A year later they were joined by motorcars. The hill was in regular use by motorcycles and motorcars until 1925 when, as a result of an accident on the hill, all racing on public roads in Britain was banned. For two days, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th of September the hill will be returned to its glorious past. Storming the hill this year will be over 300 historic vehicles from the earliest days through to post-war classics. These will be leavened by a few modern exotic cars showing how motoring has developed over the last 100 years.
Tickets are £5 each, kids under 12 go free.
Clashing, on the Sunday, is Ultra VW magazine's Bug Boogie
This year it's being held at Windsor Racecourse as part of the CHP Cars @ The Course show and will feature cars from Japanese Performance , 911 & Porsche World and Auto Italia magazines.