Pikes Peak Hill Climb 2013 – Motor Sports – Update on the FINAL RESULTS” – The race is over for the Pikes Peak Hill Climb 2013, another year and here is a you tube video of the insane victory race that came in under nine minutes. If you have ever been there, you know how incredible this feet is. – Insane! Continue reading
“Pikes Peak Hill Climb 2013 – Motor Sports – Update on the FINAL RESULTS”
The race is over for the Pikes Peak Hill Climb 2013, another year and here is a you tube video of the insane victory race that came in under nine minutes. If you have ever been there, you know how incredible this feet is.
My recommended first choice video of the race “LISTEN TO THE MUSIC” engine that is! : Link
YouTube/Pick your video of choice: Link
autoblog/Race Recap: Link
The Gazette/Colorado Springs: Link
When? Pikes Peak Hill Climb this Sunday June 30, 2013
Pikes Peak Hill Climb 2013, PPIHC (Pikes Peak International Hill Climb) official race site for updates, look at lower right for “Latest Results”, Race Day this Sunday June 30, 2013: Link
This year they expect to beak records at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, let’s see what the Colorado mountain weather bring to the race. Of course you will have to wait till race day to discover this. Not to mention the climate changes they will experience on the way to the top. We are expecting some light rain here in Colorado, so this could mean some snow at the top. “The fun of it all!” Here is a quick excerpt PPIHC website: The “9 Minute Club,” all five competitors who have broken the once elusive 10-minute barrier will be in the race; Rhys Millen (9:46.164 in 2012), Romain Dumas (9:46.181 in 2012), Nobuhiro Tajima (9:51.278 in 2011), Carlin Dunne (9:52.819 in 2012) and Greg Tracy (9:58.262 in 2012).
Pikes Peak Hill Climb:
But based on practice and testing times this week, it may result in the first sub-nine minute mark and new records in almost every division on the fully paved 12.42 mile course with 156 turns if the mountain and the weather cooperate with race organizers.
Sunday’s forecast for Colorado Springs itself is a high of 82 degrees with a 10% chance of precipitation, but that’s for the city, not the course, which begins at 9,390 feet and ends at 14,110 feet at the mountain’s finish line.
Fans will recall that the weather at the summit last year chipped in with hail, snow and rain in the late afternoon, with the last few divisions going back down the hill to a new finish line and a shortened circuit.
Pikes Peak Hill Climb – YouTube Videos for your enjoyment:
Pikes Peak Hill Climb; 2012 Full climb with the winner “Fasten your seatbelt” Link
Pikes Peak Hill Climb: A different perspective, as seen from a motorcycle! Link
If you happen to be interested in a little different type of racing from Texas, here is COTA Raceway-V8 Race Cars from this year 2013. Link