Friday at the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival is all about Bentley. Celebrating 100 years of the Hill Climb in the Holmfirth area, Benjafields Racing Club will be parading, competing and displaying their incredible collection of over forty pre-war Bentleys, resplendent in racing green.
Bentley owners from as far afield as Holland and Germany and are keen to attend the Festival and will be heading to the hills of Holmfirth in June for a day of hill climbs, cricket and motorsports fun.
This will be a unique international gathering; rarely do the Benjafields Bentley Club venture out in such numbers. In fact, the only time we have seen so many all together, was in 2019 at Goodwood, when they raced together in celebration of 100 years of Bentley.
Owners of racing Bentleys of all models and ages from 3 litres, 4.5 litres, Speed Sixes, MK V1s and R-Type Specials will be there to compete in the Wolfstones Hill Climb. Rare motors such as the first Factory owned Bentley to Race at Le Mans in 1925 (with Dr Dudley Benjafield at the wheel) and EXP4, another factory car used for testing brakes in 1925, will be gracing the course. The Vintage Bentleys will be worth over £25 million pounds collectively.
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