Award-winning photographer, David Marchio, is attending the 2019 Simola Hillclimb on behalf of Double Apex. Marchio has been snapping pics of the qualifying runs and presents this 2019 Simola Hillclimb Gallery Part 2, a set of exclusive images shot for this site. Click here for Part 1.

This the second of a few galleries Marchio has been working on from the event. Keep an eye on the site for more images posted through the course of the weekend. In the meantime enjoy this 2019 Simola Hillclimb Gallery Part 2.

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The qualifying and practice sessions had quite an array of machinery on display including several road cars.

2019 Simola Hillclimb Gallery Part 2

You need the right safety equipment to ensure protection against a worst-case scenario…

2019 Simola Hillclimb Gallery Part 2

Robert Wolk looks to the heavens before setting off in his Ferrari-powered single-seater (below).

The all-electric Jaguar I-Pace SUV is part of a motorsport legends challenge that includes former champions Deon Joubert, Shaun Watson-Smith and Mike Briggs. All the champions are driving identical machinery.

This Nissan off-road bakkie is not your usual hillclimb fare. Regular pilot and off-road competitor Terence March made his debut on the Simola course.

Nissan GT-Rs of all generations and shapes took to the hill today. This is an R34 edition driven by Martin van Zummeren, with pet-scooping front splitter.

The quick and dramatic-looking Ultima GT-R of KZN-based racer Stuart Kidgell, with its unique T-shaped rear wing.

Another Nissan GT-R this time an R35 generation.

The dramatic-looking Nissan GT-R of Franco Scribante gets waved off from the start line.