British Motor Trials, A Definition
Posted on 08 April 2016
1. A British motor sport wherein drivers must tackle a steep slippery hill as quickly as possible in a vintage English automobile. The driver of the car has mandatory passengers, or "bouncers," who's job it is to bounce violently up and down in their seat to help the car gain traction. The race course is usually a series of hills broken into 12-16 sections. Drivers earn between 0-25 points per section depending on how far up each hill they are able to travel.