The Subida a Guía de Isora is a race in which the riders have to cover a 4.6-kilometre stretch of road with an incline. The race starts in Playa de San Juan and ends on the TF-463 at Lomo del Balo.
During the race, the drivers have to deal with tight bends, changes in gradient and a narrow road that requires great precision at the wheel.
When is the Guía de Isora race?
The most important motor racing event in the Canary Islands is the Subida a Guía de Isora, a race that is held every year in the first days of June and this year the 14th edition will be held, organised by the Club Deportivo Tance Isora Motorsport and subsidised by the Ayuntamiento de Guía de Isora.
In previous years, the Subida a Guía de Isora has been a qualifying event for the Insular Championship and also forms part of the Tenerife Insular Mountain Trophy. But for the local drivers, the race is much more than that: it is an opportunity to prove their worth in their homeland and to compete against the best drivers on the islands.
The atmosphere at the Subida a Guía de Isora is spectacular. During these days, the municipality fills up with motor enthusiasts who come to watch the race and to enjoy the activities related to the world of racing cars.
More than a race, a tourist event
The Subida a Guía de Isora is a race that has now been held for 13 years and has become part of the most important sporting events calendar in Tenerife. The organisation of the race is impeccable and the safety of the drivers and spectators is an absolute priority.
In short, the Subida a Guía de Isora is a race that combines the passion for motor racing with the beauty of Guía de Isora and attracts fans from all over the archipelago. If you are a motorsport lover, you can’t miss the Subida a Guía de Isora, see you in June!