Hill Climb Masters



FIA Hill Climb Masters was created in 2014 by the World Motor Sport Council. It stands out for being a competition composed of prestigious mountain races, consecrating and celebrating national champions and FIA champions.

FIA Hill Climb Masters will bring together national championship winners recognized by ASNs, as well as FIA Championship, Challenge and Cup winners.

For this race, each of the champions will have to drive the car they used during the whole season.

FIA Hill Climb Masters will include two classifications: an individual, where winners will receive gold, silver or bronze medals, and a Nations Cup. Since the equipment entered and its performance level may differ among participants with varied backgrounds, the Nations Cup ranking will be based on a regularity index rather than absolute speed.

Therefore, a nation that does not enter a prototype can still aspire to victory, as can a nation that has pilots in its ranks capable of fighting for individual and overall victory.

This competition is exclusively dedicated to motor sport and the love felt for it.

From the proccess of organization to the end of the competition itself, there is direct support from CAM, in terms of infrastructure and logistics. All structures and initiatives for the festivities have security support from the competent authorities, whether in terms of routing, public control and the festival itself.

We also count on the city’s tourist involvement, in a network of hotels and tourist offices that are associated with the event.

What is

FIA Hill Climb Masters

FIA ​​Hill Climb Masters is a biannual FIA motorsport competition, created in 2014, with the aim of bringing together the world’s best mountain drivers in a single event to showcase their discipline and celebrate last year’s National Champions and FIA Champions.

FIA ​​Hill Climb Masters brings together national championship winners and FIA Mountain Competition winners.

For this race, each driver has to race the same car used during this season.

There are two classifications: an individual classification and a national classification.