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Friday, June 04, 2021

Guía de Isora Hillclimb

12º Subida Guía de Isora Naviera Armas Trofeo Allegro

On June 4, 5 and 6, the Escudería Tance Isora Motorsport returns to action with the organization of a new edition of the Subida Guía de Isora (Guia de Isora Hillclimb), this year again scoring for the top national category, with important discounts for national and inter-island teams to travel to the event thanks to an agreement with Naviera Armas.

The roar of the engines will take over the atmosphere in the municipality of Guía de Isora with the celebration of the 12th Guia de Isora Naviera Armas Trophy Allegro Isora Hillclimb. It will be the second event of the calendar of the Spanish Mountain Championship (CEM) and third of the Canary Islands Championship of the same specialty.

On the usual route of the TF-463 and with a total distance of 5,200 meters, the Ascent Guía de Isora Naviera Armas Trofeo Allegro Isora has become an unmissable event. 

Friday, June 4, from 4:00 p.m., the twelfth edition of the Automotive Ascent to Guía de Isora Naviera Armas Trophy Allegro Isora will begin, with technical and administrative checks at the Youth Creation and Training Center in Playa de San Juan.

The City Council appeals to the caution and responsibility. "We have before us the challenge of once again celebrating this important automobile event and continuing to maintain the good data in terms of infections in Guía de Isora," said the Sports Councilor, Paúl Santos, after a meeting held with the Escudería Isora Motor Sport, AEA, civil protection of Santiago del Teide, Civil Guard, Local Police and volunteer personnel.

On Saturday, June 5, the priority pilots' training sessions (8:30 a.m.), the first two official training sessions (at 9:30 a.m. and at 11:30 am), will be held on the TF-463 road, the road that connects Playa de San Juan with Guía de Isora and the first two official races (at 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm).

On Sunday, June 6 the third training session (at 9:30 am) and race 3 (at 11:30 am) will be held.


The TF-463 between Guía de Isora and Playa de San Juan and all its accesses, (from km 3,240 to km 9,390 approximately). Saturday: Closing: 07:00 h. and opening: 6:30 p.m.

Sunday: Closing: 8:00 a.m. and opening: 2:00 p.m.

* Between heats the road will be opened for at least 15 minutes in the direction of the race, maintaining all the necessary safety measures.


On the streets: Corriente de Mar; Rompeolas; Marejada, Mar Picada; Marejadilla (parking will be prohibited); Calles Mar en Calma; Mar de Fondo and Mar de Leva: two-way traffic, with access only for residents.

For any emergency, contact the organization's incident telephone number, 616 37 72 70.

All the information about the event is available [in Spanish] on the official website.