DVD – Rob Roy Hill Climb

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by on July 26, 2014

The History of Rob Roy Hill Climb

1935 – 1961

Victoria’s famous Rob Roy Hillclimb was the grass roots of motor sport in Australia and saw the blossoming careers of legends such as Lex Davison and Jack Brabham.

During the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s, it was not only a significant part of motor racing but also a great social occasion.

Filmmaker Darren Jones has captured this fantastic era of motor sport in this exciting documentary, ‘History of the Rob Roy Hillclimb’.

Duration minutes
PAL all regions



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“Beyond the bevy of fantastic cars, the social and cultural aspects of this story really appealed to me.”

“Just after the war, 7000 people would turn up to these meetings all dressed to the nines. These were the days before television and .05 laws. Of course what really did it for me was when I realized I had access to so much original film footage and photographs, just fantastic!”

Darren Jones

Each phase of this unique story, told through rare film footage and photographs, is enriched by commentary from six-time Australian Hillclimb champion Bruce Walton, as well as other motoring greats including Tony Gaze, Reg Hunt, Bob Jane, Earl Davey Milne, Diana Davison Gaze, Penrite’s John Dymond and motorcycle demon, Max ‘The Atom’ Rathbone.

“Taking a 300 Maserati to a Hillclimb, was like taking a bull to a china shop. It was the fastest sports car in the world at the time, but there was nowhere else to drive the bloody car!”

Bob Jane

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