race series
Hillclimb - Challenge

Unlike to circuit races, the vehicles are started and counted individually in Hillclimb races and just one racing car is on the track. The route is uphill and the finish line is on a higher level than the start. The length of the route is generally between 2 and 20 km. The first Hillclimb race was probably launched at the end of the 19th Century in France.

The hight point of Hillclimb races was before the Second World War, when racing legends such as Hans Stuck, Bernd Rosemeyer and Rudolf Caracciola in Grand Prix racing car competed by Auto Union and Mercedes.

Marcus participated on the traditional Hillclimb-Race Osnabrueck as a part of the FIA International Hillclimb Challenge.