Hillclimb and Sprint Association
a Motorsport UK recognised club


What are the benefits of joining the HSA?

"Firstly, the HSA is at the very hub of sprinting and hillclimbing in the UK. We are a national Association which represents the sport as a whole.

Paul Parker - HSA President
Paul Parker - HSA President

Belonging to the HSA means belonging to the sprinting and hillclimbing community at its heart - something which I don’t think any other motor club can offer. We have strong relationships with Motorsports UK (MSUK) and many of the clubs which organise events up and down the country, and we often represent your interests and views with them. If you Google 'hillclimb', the HSA is at the top of the list."

"Secondly we provide our members with five copies of Speedscene magazine each year. We are the only organisation which provides a magazine entirely devoted to speed events, the competitors, the cars, the organisers and the organisations involved. Furthermore, the commentary on new developments/current thinking/regulations etc and the other feature articles are not available on our website. The magazine also contains details of offers available to members from various motorsport suppliers"

"Thirdly, we organise three Speed championships (The British Sprint Championship, The Sprint Leaders Championship and the HSA Speed Championship) for competitors from novice to expert at Sprints and Hillclimbs throughout the British Isles. So whether you have a Roadgoing car or a Racing Car, an RS Interclub or RS National licence (or above) or wish to compete in Sprints, Hillclimbs or both then the HSA has a championship for you. Even if you don’t register for our championship, HSA membership will allow you to enter many other events up and down the country because HSA is a member of the majority of relevant Regional Car Club Associations, and therefore HSA is very often an invited club."

"And finally we run what must surely be the most comprehensive UK website devoted to speed events. It is packed with information on the sport, how to be involved, where the events are to be held and how to make contact with the clubs and organisers. In addition, there are up-to-date reports and results from the British Hillclimb and Sprint Championships, plus our own HSA Speed Championship, and more besides."

So, in summary, membership of the HSA has many advantages:


  • Automatic invitation to events where the following Regional Associations are invited: ASWMC, the ANWCC and the ACSMC
  • Advantageous members' offers from a wide variety of motorsport suppliers (including parts, racewear, exhausts, tyres, insurance and tuition). See Speedscene magazine
  • Occasional social meetings and test days
  • Access to an active committee, most of whom compete regularly & two who sit on the MSA Speed Committee, for guidance and assistance

To apply for membership just go to our membership page where you can join on-line or by post.


You can download the minutes of our most recent AGM here. The next AGM will be held at the Cromwell Lodge, Banbury on the evening of March 13th 2024.

You can download the latest accounts here 2022 and 2023.

A copy of the Association's rules is available for download here.

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