Unlike most motorsport events, a Mount Washington Hillclimb isn’t held every ...
Unlike most motorsport events, a Mount Washington Hillclimb isn’t held every year. This race is only held once every three years, meaning every time it comes around, the enthusiasts from all over the northeast get extra psyched.
This year marks the event’s return, and to get people excited, Team O’Neil just released the full onboard video from its 2014 run up the hill.
Canadian driver Andrew Comrie-Picard took to the driver’s seat in Team O’Neil’s brightly patterned Ford Fiesta ST rally vehicle back in June of 2014.
This car keeps the cage and sequential transmission from its stage events, but looks to have the lower, tighter suspension set up more for tarmac use.
Because Mount Washington’s uphill climb consists of both paved and the dirt sections, it is tough for teams to set the vehicles up just right.
Team O’Neil seems to have nailed it though, judging by the speed of the onboard video. Watch as Andrew Comrie-Picard dances through the corners mere inches away from dropping off the side of the mountain.
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