The 1992 RAC British Hillclimb Championship was destined to be decided on the very last hill by the closest margin ever in its 45 year history. Roy Lane (4 ltr Pibeam DFL) fought a duel that was decided by 1/1000th of a second over aggregate time! Just imagine, a seasons efforts decided by a misfire or a missed gear - that was all it took to decide who was to take the crown! This sparkling review features the battle up front, and takes a look at the other classes that go to make hillclimbing one of the most technically innovative sports on four wheels. Excellent review featuring footage from 9 rounds, on-board camera and onscreen time graphics.