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Once again the Chilterns will host its charity driven extravaganza of motoring history that has retained its unique friendly and happy atmosphere.
Last year, over 15,000 spectators saw 400 historic cars and bikes, with some later exotics, taking the hill. The paddock was packed with a further 300 captivating classics, family entertainment, sponsors, exhibitors and caterers.
A hit in 2013 returns with the Napier-Railton bringing history to life from the Brooklands Museum on Saturday the 19th.
New for 2015 is the 1922 Isle of Man TT winning Sunbeam Grand Prix Car which will appear on Sunday 20th where Sunbeams similar to this race winning car dominated during the latter years of Kop Hill.
The Wall of Death is back for a third consecutive year. If you have never seen it, this is a "must-see" for your visit. You may have watched them circling on the BBC's trailer but nothing compares to the thrill of seeing them in real life.
You can plan ahead for your weekend by booking your tickets in advance. You'll benefit from avoiding possible queues at the entrance. Better still prices are held at the same £10 price as last year and under 12s get in for free.
We have two grandstands at the event but both have limited availability of 320 seats. Make sure you have the best view and most comfortable place to sit for only £5 per session.
The event opens at 9am each day, with the hill runs starting at 9.45am. Come early to avoid the queues and stroll around the paddock.
To learn more about what's on check out the Spectators page.
Our booking system is open for soapbox entries and for paddock display
For the first time ever we have been oversubscribed for pre-war cars and are now full for all categories on the hill.
We know that many of you will be disappointed not to get a run but we have worked hard to ensure a good mix of different vehicles and ensure that new entrants get a chance to run where possible.
Our booking system is now closed for motorcycles and motorcars on the hill. We have a handful of hill climb slots left, but these will only be allocated to the most exceptional vehicles.
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Kop Hill Climb is a volunteer run event operated under "Heart of Bucks" with the sole aim of raising money for local community projects and charities.
Last year 14 charities or groups benefited so helping the elderly, youth or disadvantaged members of our local community. We also supported 9 charities with free promotional space in the paddock.
SKIDZ motor project (one of the charities Kop Hill Climb supports) is seeking specialist help to restore charity Patron and Kop Hill Climb Patron, Paddy Hopkirk's classic Harding.
The Harding was rally driving legend Paddy's very first car, given to him by a local Belfast priest and neighbour, which he learned to drive aged nine. Dating from the 1920s, the little car - a Harding two-seater Pultney Motor-Chair originally created to help disabled people be more mobile - has seen better days. But now Paddy and SKIDZ CEO Graham Andrews, along with the Kop Hill Climb, hope to get the Harding back to its former glory and a special entry at the Kop Hill Climb 2015.