Wollongong Sporting Car Club - The home of Huntley hillclimb

Wollongong Sporting Car Club  

Wollongong Sporting Car Club is one of the oldest CAMS affiliated car clubs in Australia. It was formed when a group of car enthusiasts gathered together towards the end of 1952, and ran its first hillclimb at Huntley in November 1953. Over the history of the club, members have competed in just about every arena of motorsport. From observation runs and motorkhanas to drag racing, speedway, hillclimbing, supersprints, circuit racing, rallying and endurance events. Events as high as the Round Australia trials and the Bathurst 1000.

On a more modern approach the club is mainly hillclimb oriented but we do have some members who compete in supersprints, circuit racing and rallying. We organise about 6 hillclimbs per year at Huntley Hill, Avondale Rd, West Dapto. Entrants compete in 6 categories depending on the type of vehicle and the extent of modifications and all these have different classes for different engine capacitites. Everything is catered for, from shopping trolleys to Formula 1.