The Ladies Hillclimb Team is doing it again ... 
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“Petrol flows strongly in our veins, but the desire to give back beats strongly in our hearts”, says Ladies Hillclimb spokesperson Lerryn Mew.
Their love for motorsport, cars and going fast will be put to test as they race Simola Hill to raise money for Knysna-Sedgefield Hospice.
The Knysna Speed Festival will take place 6 – 8th May 2016.  These talented drivers and motorsport personalities from across the country and an entrant from Germany will be competing in both the Classic Car Friday (6th May) and King of the Hill (Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th May 2016).
Each of the ladies will be driving and raising funds for Knysna-Sedgefield Hospice & Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Project (OVC)

To DONATE click on the drivers photo of your choice. 

Share this post with your family and friends ... the more people are aware of what these ladies are doing the more funds will they raise to help Knysna-Sedgefield Hospice continue providing palliative care and support to patients and family & for the continuation of our OVC project. 

Thank you for your support!


Lerryn Mew the only South African female live motorsports commentator and has been doing so for the last 15 years. She is also the spokesperson for the Hillclimb Ladies Team.
Don't miss the prestigious Knysna motor show, taking place on Sunday, 1 May 2016t.
Classic cars with a bias towards sports cars, Modern potential classic cars , sports and super cars, Veteran and vintage cars and post-vintage cars build prior to 1940, Motorcycles – veteran , vintage and classic road and racing motorcycles will be on show at the Knysna High School Sports Ground.  
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