Gould Engineering

There is no other word for it, since 1998 Gould have dominated British Speed Hillclimbing. Their unbroken record of success, first with the GR37, then GR51 and now the GR55/61 variants is the total whitewash that it looks on paper.
These cleverly though out and beautifully built cars have moved the sport forward several seconds. Now that Gould have the motorcycle-engined GR59 chassis ready for the 2011 season you can be sure that they will push the edge of the envelope yet again.
Scott Moran Gould GR61X

The Moran Gould GR61X in the Wiscombe paddock


Gould 2011

Another year of domination for the Father & Son crew from Banbury. Despite multiple champion Martin Groves & co-driver Paul Ranson not competing in 2011, Gould chassis continued to set the outright pace everywhere. Scott Moran cantered to his third BHC title win, backed up all the way by Father Roger in the family GR61X. Team NewMerrick took turns to challenge at the front during the year as well, whilst John Bradburn and Rob Turnbull backed up strongly.

2012 must surely see the debut of the greatly anticipated GR59 chassis (in the hands of Paul Haimes and Brian & Simon Moyse) which should shake-up the 2-litre class, but few would bet against a GR55/GR61 taking the marques 15th consectutive BHC title.

Gould Cosworth Gurston Down Hill Climb

Terry Graves, Gould DFR GR37, Gurston Down Hill Climb