The original, 1985 championship winning car designed and built by David Gould himself.
The original Gould car utilised an advanced, lightweight aluminium honeycomb chassis and highly influential aerodynamic aids including side skirts, this car was highly resemblant of 1980's ground effect Formula One cars.
Competitively raced and developed from 1981 to 1990, it was put into retirement and now races in special events, piloted by the same driver line-up as in the original era; David Gould and Chris Cramer.
Featuring a 2800cc Hart race engine prepared by the late Brian Hart, it has benefited from a recent rebuild by New Techniques, to be heard singing on the hill soon..
Chris Cramer claimed the 1985 British Hill Climb Championship in the Gould-Hart 84G.
Chris won 5 out of the 14 rounds entered, claiming 12 podiums in total to pip Martin Griffiths to the title.
Retiring from the sport in 1976, he now advises drivers and returns to drive 84G at special events, such as the Championship Challenge at Shelsley Walsh, on the venue's 113 year anniversary pictured below.