Ararat - the time may be less than perfect, but it did not prevent the transfer of control from one tree to climb Mount Ararat on the weekend crowd.
Ararat Car Club president Chris Harwood said the event is a Gippsland, Ballarat and South Australia tourism, to test a tree in the steep mountain path the success of their vehicles and competitors.
"We have 15 candidates of South Australia and a local, who have their own sites to count," he said.
Automotive divided into power, so that fair competition.
Prizes were awarded in 14 divisions in the first and second place getters, with other participants in the two-day attempt to clock the fastest time.
Mr. Harwood said that access to 57 have participated in Traralgon in his Datsun 250 visitors to the prize this year.
Another competitor Kevin Mackrell, beat his own record.
"He sat the record of 37.83 in 2008, and break it this year. He finished in 37.67, so he broke nearly two years as a tenth of a second," said Harwood.
Mr. Harwood said that a wide variety of cars queued up the hill.
"We have a lot of Houghton toranas and the Commodores, he said.
"We've entered a place with green Torana for the first time he had a good way. We have local people in black and yellow Porsche BMW."
Mr. Harwood said that two rare climbing Renault is also controversial, and generate interest for car enthusiasts to join.
"There is a Renault Clio Cup cars, which is an adapted car. Currently only two in Australia," he said.
"It's not very fast, but they certainly have fun."
Mr. Harwood said that the event is supported by the community.
"We do not have many viewers on Sunday one tree hill, for obvious reasons, but on Sunday, we took a lot of people come and watch the rain," he said.
Ararat Rotary volunteers and Raffles held a barbecue Saturday and Sunday winners take home a tool kit and a small refrigerator.
Mr. Harwood said that the car club car draw winner for a spin-off to a lucky fans happy .......