With a history dating back to 1910, Kop Hill Climb is one of the oldest and most prominent hill climbs in the UK. The hill climb is located just outside Princess Risborough and is fabled with being the last competitive hill climb on a public highway.
2015’s hill climb takes place over the 19th and 20th September with last years’ event hosting over 15,000 spectators and 400 historic cars and bikes. One of the many attractions at the show will be the Napier-Railton, an aero-engined car built in 1933 and holds the all-time lap record at the Brooklands race track of a blistering 134.44 mph.
Morris Lubricants representatives will be present at the event, providing sales and technical advice for its classic product ranges manufactured under the well-known Golden Film brand. Craig Bastable, Marketing Manager at Morris said: “It is great to be supporting such a high-profile event along with other big names in raising money for charity. Morris has a long pedigree in manufacturing products for vintage and classic vehicles, many of these which will be attending and competing at Kop Hill.”
For further information of Kop Hill Climb please visit the website: http://www.kophillclimb.org.uk
Morris Lubricants has been manufacturing lubricants in Shrewsbury since 1869. More than 145 years of development has seen the company grow to become one of Europe’s leading oil blenders and marketers, with a reputation for quality and service.
The company offers an extensive range of performance lubricants covering a wide variety of application areas, from steam engines to modern-day commercial vehicles and industrial machinery. The oils are capable of coping with temperature extremes, from the searing heat of the Outback in Australia to the freezing Arctic Circle.
The lubricants are backed by the highest level of quality control and technical support, together with an experienced customer service team.