About this event
Welcome To the 2022 Maryhill LoopsVintage Hillclimb Revival Celebrating Lotus!
We hope that whether you are a spectator, volunteer worker, driver or participant that you will enjoy the 2022 Maryhill Loops Vintage Hillclimb.
The Hillclimb was originally run from 1955 to 1963 when the road was washed away during a severe winter storm. The road was restored as a National Historic Site in 1998 and Robert Bush, a former Goldendale resident and Hillclimb enthusiast convinced the Society of Vintage Racing Enthusiasts (SOVREN) to sanction the Hillclimb Revival in the fall of 1999. SOVREN continued to sanction the event until 2014.
In 2015 the management and promotion of the event was taken over by the Maryhill Loops Vintage Hillclimb Association (MLVHA). The event remains a SOVREN points race on the SOVREN calendar even though MLVHA is now the sanctioning body. The group now considers the racing venue somewhat of a Motorsports Reunion as it attracts vintage prewar cars, vintage carts and motorcycles and cars sanctioned by vintage road racing groups such as SOVREN, SCCA, Conference and vintage cars outside of the Pacific Northwest.
MLVHA Membership fee is $265.00 for cars and $215.00 for karts and motorcycles. The membership fee includes your entry into the Maryhill Museum Car Show on October 2, 2021.
Note that due to site limitations, registration is limited to 55 vehicles. Priority is given to prior entrants who have received an invitation from MLVHA.
Saturday, October 1st, 2022
9-12 Noon Registration, tech and familiarization runs
10-4 Maryhill Loops car show @ The Maryhill Museum of Art
Noon Race cars depart for the Museum
3:30 Race cars depart Museum for paddock
4-6 Car show Trophy Presentation and BBQ Dinner at Museum
Sunday, October 2nd, 2022
7AM Driver, crew and worker registration
8:30 Mandatory drivers meeting in paddock
9-12 Morning practice and timed runs
Noon Lunch Break
12:45-5 Timed runs
5-6 Volunteer clean up and social hour
Registration: Posession of a competition license/current medical required. (Exceptions may be made based on prior experience and competency at the discretion of the Chief Steward). Please be sure to bring the appropriate safety equipment including helmet, racing attire, etc. Vehicles will be subject to technical inspection.
Fire Danger: Please be very careful with matches and other fire sources. No smoking will be allowed unless you are in a closed car with the windows rolled up. Rural 7 VFD will be on site, we need your support to prevent fires.
Trash: This is an unspoiled natural area. Please keep it clean by using a litter bag and carrying out your garbage when you leave.
Course Familiarizaiton: You are required to walk or drive (15 mph max. speed) the hill Saturday morning in order to familiarize yourself with the course. The road will be open from 9AM to Noon. Street cars only-no race cars allowed.
Tech: Your vehicle will be teched in the pits on Saturday morning.
Car Show and BBQ: Race cars participating in the car show at the Maryhill Museum should be prepared to leave the hill ina parade about 11:50 AM. At the end of the car show, our cars will parade back to the Paddock. You can then return to the Museum in your street car for the BBQ dinner. Dinner tickets are avialable at the car sho if you have not previously purchased them.
Loops Road open to the public: As part of their Car is King weekend, the Maryhill Museum will allow the public to drive the Loops Road on Saturday from 12-2PM. When you leave the hill for the dirve to the Museum for the car show please leave your area tidy and secure.