2019 Bulletins

001 – Request for Invitation Timeline

Posted Online: August 25, 2018

Last Updated: August 25, 2018

(Subject to Change)

Timeline:

October, 2018 Rule Book posted on PPIHC website

November 15, 2018 2019 PPIHC Request for Invitation Period Opens

January 4, 2019 2019 PPIHC Request for Invitation Period Closes

January 16, 2019 Competitor Invitations issued for 2019 PPIHC

January 18, 2019 2019 Competitor List posted on PPIHC website

January 31, 2019 Deadline for competitors to withdraw from the 2019 race, with refund

April 15, 2019 Deadline for waitlisted competitors to be added to the field

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002 – 2019 Race Date Set

Posted Online: August 15, 2018

Last Updated: August 15, 2018

(Subject to Change)

The date for the 2019 race has been set:

2019------ June 30 (Fan Fest, June 28)

All future races will be tentatively scheduled for the last Sunday in June:

2020------ June 28 (Fan Fest, June 26)

2021------ June 27 (Fan Fest, June 25)

2022------ June 26 (Fan Fest, June 24) (100th Running)

2023------ June 25 (Fan Fest, June 23)

2024------ June 30 (Fan Fest, June 28)

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003 - 2019 PPIHC Division Run Order

Posted Online: October 3, 2018

Last Updated: October 3, 2018

(Subject to Change)

 

Motorcycle Program

The motorcycle program will run slowest to fastest based upon qualifying times (regardless of division). The motorcycles will not run in any specific division order.

 

Car Program

The car program will run fastest to slowest based upon qualifying times (regardless of division). The cars will not run in any specific division order.

 

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004 – 2019 PPIHC Competitor Patch Information

Posted Online: January 16, 2019

Last Updated: January 16, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

The official event patch (mailed to each competitor in the 2019 Acceptance Packet) must be displayed on the upper left breast portion of the competitor's suit, outer racing garment and/or protective gear. No other patches will be displayed on that portion of the competitor's suit except as approved by the Director of Competition.

 

The patch may be taped or sewn in a reliable manner and must be displayed at all times racing gear is worn on the mountain. No other patches will be given during the registration process. It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure this official event patch is appropriately displayed prior to Race Week.

 

This is mandatory per the 2019 Rule Book (Section 100 – Car Safety and Construction, Rule 113 and/or Section 1000 – Motorcycle Safety and Construction, Rule 1002.1).

 

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005 – 2019 Accepted Competitor Forms Checklist

Posted Online: January 16, 2019

Last Updated: January 16, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

Competitor Forms Due Prior to Race Week

All Accepted Competitors must submit the following prior to Race Week by the deadlines listed below:

  • PPIHC Sponsor & Social Media (due March 22, 2019) (If not previously submitted with Request for Invitation)

Members from the PPIHC staff will reach out directly to competitors to gather information for the 2019 program, to include social media handles and sponsors. The exact information you submit, including sponsor information, is transferred directly to the 2019 Race Program. Please double-check grammar and spelling.

  • Head Shot/Personal Photograph (due March 22, 2019) (If not previously submitted with Request for Invitation)

All competitors must submit/e-mail a headshot with the entrant’s face clearly visible. No selfies are allowed. Photographs including helmets, sunglasses and/or props are not allowed. The ideal size of the photo is 5” x 7” with a resolution of at least 360 X 504 pixels. Lower resolution images will appear blurry in the race program. Acceptable photo examples can be found HERE. Please submit photos via e-mail to Alex Feeback: Alex@ppihc.org.

  • Physical Examination Form (due June 1, 2019)

The Physical Examination Form must be completed and signed by your physician. If you have a current racing license (which requires a physical examination be obtained) from another sanctioning body (i.e. SCCA or FIA) you will not need to complete the Physical Examination Form. However, you must present your current sanctioning body license at Registration to satisfy this requirement. Submit your Physical Examination Form to Alex@ppihc.org. It is recommended that you bring an additional copy of the Physical Examination Form with you to Registration during Race Week. Click here to download the Physical Examination Form.

 

Race Week Forms

The following documents/forms will be submitted/completed during Race Week at Competitor Registration at Hotel Eleganté in Colorado Springs.

  • Proof of Valid Medical Insurance

All drivers/riders must have medical insurance in force at the time of any PPIHC sanctioned event to participate. Proof of medical insurance must be provided at Registration.

  • Driver's License

All drivers/riders must have a current driver's license. License copies will be made at Registration.

  • Terms of Acceptance

The Terms of Acceptance will be signed in person at Registration. Please review this document prior to Race Week, here.

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006 - 2019 PPIHC Competitor Content Capturing Opportunities

Posted Online: January 16, 2019

Last Updated: January 16, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

Mountain Video Package:

This is a great opportunity for you to combine our footage with your in-car camera shots to create a dynamic full-run video for your fans and sponsors. PPIHC/Windstar Studios will place multiple cameras (10) along the course on Race Day. These cameras will capture each competitor’s run as they pass different vantage points.

Camera angles are as follows*: (Launch Line, Start Line, Engineers Corner, Halfway Picnic Grounds, Glen Cove, Double Cut, Devils Playground, Bottomless Pit, Boulder Park, and Finish Line).

Video of your car/motorcycle is available for purchase through the PPIHC for the early bird price of $1,300. After June 1, the price will be $1,500.

There will be no transfer rates for those who have signed up for the footage and paid for the services.

The footage may be used for personal and promotional purposes only.

Sign-up Deadline: June 21, 2019

Sign-up Form: https://form.jotform.com/82206891672159

Example Mountain Video Package Footage

*Camera locations are subject to change.

 

Helicopter Footage:

Limited slots are available for those interested in obtaining helicopter footage of their run. For those who sign up and pay the $3,500 fee, PPIHC will provide general helicopter footage (scenic) from the 97th Running as well as capturing a specific competitor’s run. The footage will be captured in 4K high-resolution using the Shotover camera platform and recorded on a RED DRAGON®.

The HD footage transfer will be made on Race Day and downloaded periodically throughout the race. Once a specific competitor’s run is complete and the helicopter has landed, report to the Helicopter Tent (located on driver’s right just uphill of the Short Stop hamburger stand) at the Start Line Area. It is your responsibility to go to the tent to make this transfer if you want the footage on Race Day. There will be no HD transfer rates for those who have signed up for the helicopter footage and paid for the services. RED footage delivery may not be available on Race Day. An additional fee may be assessed for delivery of RED files.

The footage may be used for personal and promotional purposes only. For more information, please contact Megan Leatham (megan@ppihc.org).

Sign-up Deadline: June 21, 2019

Sign-up Form: https://form.jotform.com/82206263872154

Helicopter Footage Example

 

Photos/Still Photography:

Larry Chen is the Official PPIHC professional photographer. Larry and his team receive exclusive access to capture still photographs throughout the course. If you are interested in purchasing race photo services from Larry, please contact him directly at: Larry@larrychenphoto.com.

 

Live Stream:

Competitors have other live broadcast opportunities through the Live Stream. Matchsports Media Group handles all broadcast rights and “live” opportunities (helicopter footage streaming, live interviews, in-car, etc.). Please reach out to James Kalogiros directly at: james@matchsports.com.

 

Windstar Studios:

Windstar Studios, Inc. is the PPIHC’s official digital asset management company and works to collect and distribute all digital assets. Windstar currently has several terabytes of PPIHC historical footage and nearly a century of racing images. Windstar is also PPIHC’s preferred vendor of video/production services. If your team is interested in hiring a video/production team, please contact PPIHC for a direct introduction to the Windstar Team at (megan@ppihc.org).

 

Content Usage, Licensing and Rights:

The content provided may be used for personal and promotional purposes. Please contact PPIHC for a licensing agreement only if you plan to use content for commercial purposes (megan@ppihc.org). The PPIHC’s licensing and commercial rights policy can be found here.

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007 - 2019 Competitor/Crew Credential and Access Information

Posted Online: January 16, 2019

Last Updated: January 16, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

Competitor Credential Information

  • Each registered Driver/Rider will receive one (1) Competitor credential.
  • Drivers/Riders also receive four (4) Crew credentials at no additional charge.
  • Additional Crew credentials may be purchased for $75/credential.
  • A $100 replacement fee is assessed for lost credentials.
  • All crew members must sign the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY & ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT to receive a credential. (see below)
  • Competitors are responsible for their crew members. Competitors may be penalized for the action(s) of their crew members.
 

Electronic Waiver/Crew Credential Distribution

Crew credentials will be distributed through the Competitor (Driver/Rider). Here is how it works:

  1. Send your crew members the following link to sign the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY & ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT electronically: https://www.smartwaiver.com/v/2019crew/.
  2. The deadline for submitting online crew waivers / credential requests is Friday, June 21, 2019 at 10:00am (Crew members who miss the deadline must appear in person at Registration during Race Week to receive their credential.)
  3. If crew members do not want to, or are unable to, sign up electronically, they may go to Registration during Race Week to sign the waiver in person.
  4. All minors shall be required to appear in person at Registration with their parent or legal guardian to sign the PARENTAL CONSENT, RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT. No minor crew members, or their parent/guardian, will be permitted to sign the online waiver.
  5. All Competitors are required to go to Registration before they proceed to Technical Inspection.
  • During Registration, Competitors (Drivers/Riders) will be issued Crew credentials to distribute directly to those crew members who signed the electronic waiver prior to the deadline.
  • The PPIHC Registration staff will give the Competitor the number of credentials matching the number of people who have signed up electronically to be on a crew. PPIHC will not distribute any credential to any person who has not signed the electronic waiver.
  • PPIHC will require payment directly from the Competitor for any additional credentials that the Competitor wants to pick up and distribute. Competitors are required to pay $75 for any crew member listed over the allotted 4 Crew credentials. Competitors will not be allowed to pick up credentials for those who have not signed the online waiver. All credentials must be paid for at the time of pick up.
  • Only Competitors will be allowed to obtain credentials for pre-registered crew members.
  • During Registration, Competitors will be asked to complete and sign the following statement: “I, ________________ picked up _____ (number of credentials) for my crew members and will distribute them to those who have signed the PPIHC waiver electronically. Distribution of any credential to anyone who has not signed the electronic waiver is subject to a $500 fine.”

Example: Competitor, Bob Smith has e-mailed his crew the electronic waiver information and 7 people signed up to be on his crew. At Registration, Bob will get his 4 free credentials and then will pay for the remaining 3 people. Once PPIHC has verified that 7 crew members are listed under Bob’s name and all signed the online waiver, Bob will be given 7 credentials to distribute and will then sign the statement that he has picked up the credentials.

 

Crew Credential Access during Race Week and Race Day

  • Crew Credentials will allow access through the Gateway for all PPIHC Practice Days and Race Day.
  • Crew Credentials will allow early access on Race Day, from 1:30am-2:30am. (NOTE: The Gateway opens to spectators at 2:30am. One lane uphill access only pre-race.)
  • Race Day ONLY: Crew credentials will NOT allow access above the Start Line area on Race Day (unless approved by PPIHC). Anyone wishing to view the race from above the Start Line must purchase a regular Race Day ticket as those traveling beyond the Start Line on Race Day are considered spectators.
  • Crew credentials will not guarantee access to the Motorcycle Hot Grid and/or Car Takeoff Point. Access cards will be needed for those locations (see below).
 

Motorcycle Hot Grid/Car Takeoff Point Access

  • In order to better control the “Takeoff Point” and “Motorcycle Hot Grid”, PPIHC will provide access cards for each competitor to distribute to 4 members of their team. The access cards will list the Competitor’s race number and Division. These cards will allow access into the Motorcycle Hot Grid (for motorcycle competitors) and Car Takeoff Point (for car competitors) when the Competitor is preparing to take the green flag. Once the Competitor has received the green flag and departed, those with access passes will be asked to leave this designated area.
 

Crew Credential Access on Pikes Peak - America's Mountain (Outside the hours of PPIHC-sanctioned activities)

  • Competitor and Crew credentials will not grant access to Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain during normal highway business hours during Race Week. The credentials will allow Competitors and Crew members though the Gateway for Practice Days and on Race Day at scheduled times only.
  • Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain will provide one (1) free pass - good for one (1) free admission for one (1) person that may be used during Race Week. This pass will be included in the Competitor’s registration packet which will be available at Registration during Race Week.
  • Additional Pikes Peak Passes may be purchased at the Gateway. For details visit https://parks.coloradosprings.gov/pikes-peak-americas-mountain/page/hours-and-rates.
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008 - 2019 Pit Space Management Bulletin

 Posted Online: January 16, 2019

Last Updated: March 7, 2019

(Subject to Change)

  Practice Days Pit Information:
  • During Practice days, the following locations will be designated as pit areas:
    • Bottom Section - PPIHC Pits (No pit parking on the shoulder unless Premier Pit Row space has been reserved.)
    • Middle Section - Glen Cove
    • Top Section - Devils Playground (No parking outside of the Devils Playground parking lot.)
  • Practice day pit requirements:
    • No motor homes allowed for competitors or crew members.
    • Motorcycle Competitors - Combined length of tow/support vehicle and trailer cannot exceed 30 feet (more details below).
    • Car Competitors - Maximum combined length of tow/support vehicle and trailer is 60 feet (more details below).
    • Each competitor who has purchased Premier Pit Row space (shoulder along the side of the road) at the Start Line has it reserved for Practice days as well as Race Day. It is crucial that no competitor park on pit row during Practice/Qualifying days unless you have purchased Premier Pit Row space.  Parking in the Bottom Section during Practice/Qualifying is restricted to the PPIHC pit area (unless Premier Pit Row space has been purchased).
  • Motorcycle-Specific:
    • Each entry will be limited to one (1) support vehicle during all Practice days. No additional vehicles will be allowed without prior approval.
  • The PPIHC pit area at the Start Line during Practice days will not be preassigned. The preassigned Start Line pit spaces/upgraded pit spaces/power pedestals discussed below are located inside the PPIHC pits, and are for Race Day only.
Race Day PPIHC Pit Information:
  • Pit Space Parameters and Assignments FOR RACE DAY ONLY:
    • Each competitor (who does not choose an upgrade) will receive at minimum, a 20’ (foot) X 12’ (foot) space for pit parking on Race Day. These spaces will be marked in the PPIHC Pit Area and at no time will any part of a competitor’s vehicle and/or pit setup be allowed outside of these space parameters.  All spaces will be preassigned.  PPIHC will not restrict what is inside of each pit space, but there is no leeway for extra space outside of these dimensions.  The PPIHC pit area has been fully paved and striped.
    • Gas Pump Area Parking:
      • PPIHC has arranged for an area to park and stage one tow vehicle and trailer outside of the pit area. Click here to view map. Once the competitor has unloaded and pitted in their assigned space, one support vehicle and one tow vehicle may be parked at the Competitor Trailer Parking area located one mile below the Start Line area.  Parking passes will be needed for this area and may be picked up by the competitor during Race Week at Registration.
      • After the conclusion of the event on Race Day, as the competitors descend from the Summit and spectators are released for a downhill exit, there will be NO uphill traffic. All traffic, at the conclusion of the race, will be two lanes downhill on the Pikes Peak Highway.  In an effort to allow teams and competitors to load and exit post-race, PPIHC has worked with the Forest Service, Colorado Springs Utilities, and Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain, to allow for one-time access on a back road from the Competitor Trailer Parking area to the pits (one-way, uphill traffic only).  Click here to view map.  This road is a bit narrow, so trailers towed on this back road are limited to 30 feet. This will allow crew members to get their trailer and support vehicle up to the pit area to load.  These loaded vehicles will then exit the pits and join downhill traffic on the Pikes Peak Highway.  Once the race is completed, under no circumstances, is the following allowed:
        • Uphill traffic on Pikes Peak Highway
        • Downhill traffic on the access road
      • Competitors also have the option (as long as impounds do not occur) of bypassing the PPIHC pits, on their descent from the Summit, and going directly to the Competitor Trailer Parking area to load. They may then exit down the Pikes Peak Highway.
      • There is a shuttle that will run from the Start Line area (driver’s left just downhill from the pits) to take crew members to the Gas Pump Area on Race Day only. From there, crew members have a short downhill walk to the Competitor Trailer Parking area. This shuttle will not run after the Competitors start their decent from the Summit and reach Glen Cove. Crews must plan accordingly.
Catamount Road Permit Parking
  • Each competitor will have the opportunity to purchase one parking pass for an additional car (no trailers) down Catamount Road (click here for map) for crew members. The cost for this is $25/car and is limited to one per competitor.  The cars will be parked in the order in which they arrive.  Catamount Road is a dirt road which extends north from the pits.  All passengers in these cars must be fully prepared to walk uphill to the pit area as the parking could extend north over a mile.
  • Vehicles in this area are also a good place to store extra supplies since it will be relatively close to the Pit Area.
Other Race Day Pit Amenities and Options:
  • Power:
    • A select few pit spaces have access to power. The power pedestal and all outlets will be available to the competitor who purchases the pedestal.  A picture of the plugs and outlets available on each pedestal can be found here.  The cost to reserve a pit space with power is $200.  The pedestals are locked. Competitors who have pre-purchased power will receive the key during Registration. The PPIHC is not responsible for a blown fuse due to power overload from competitor’s usage. PPIHC recommends that each competitor who purchases a power pedestal also bring backup power. Please note that no international adapters will be provided by PPIHC. These power pedestals are not equipped to charge electric vehicles.
  • For competitors who wish to upgrade the space of their Race Day pit area, there are two options available:
    • Reserve Pit Row Space
      • Pit Row space is the area along the shoulder of the Pikes Peak Highway near the Start Line. It is reserved for PPIHC sponsors and available for purchase to a limited number of competitors.  Each competitor who purchases Premier Pit Row space will have access to this space for Practice and their specific Qualifying day (in the Bottom Section) as well as for Race Day. To be added to the Wait List for Premier Pit Row Space, please contact alex@ppihc.org.
    • Upgrade to a larger pit area in the PPIHC Pits.
      • If competitors do not feel that the 20’ X 12’ space is sufficient, a select number of larger spaces are available for purchase. These spaces are 40’ X 12’, twice the length of the standard spaces.  The cost for an upgraded space is $500.
How to Purchase Catamount Road Passes, Power, or Updated/expanded space:
  • Power (for standard space (20’ X 12’) or upgraded space (40’ X 12’). Pedestals are limited and may be purchased on a first come, first served basis.  Access to power will only be guaranteed for Race Day.
    • Sold out for 2019, e-mail alex@ppihc.org to be placed on a waitlist if drops or changes occur.
  • Upgraded/expanded space (40’ X 12’). Upgraded spaces are limited and purchased on a first come, first served basis. The upgraded space is only available for Race Day.
    • Sold out for 2019, e-mail alex@ppihc.org to be placed on a waitlist if drops or changes occur.
  • Purchase a Catamount Road Parking Pass here ($25 each):
Additional Paddock Management and Protocol:
  • The PPIHC Pits and Pit Row spaces on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain are now fully paved. To protect the asphalt and road surface in the pit area, the asphalt/road may not be punctured by anchors, stakes, jack stands, etc. If you or your team plan to use a pop-up tent or awning, these must be secured with weights, water buckets, etc. (Do not use N2 bottles). If your trailer will be disconnected from your support vehicle, some type of trailer tongue rest must be used to prevent damage to the asphalt.
  • Drip pans are required under all vehicles. All spills, leaks, liquids, etc., must be cleaned up quickly and properly. PPIHC staff will be monitoring the paddocks on a regular basis. Competitors will be charged for any paddock or facility damages.
 Next Steps:
  • PPIHC will pre-assign pit spaces and setup requirements. Any competitor who does not choose to upgrade, will automatically be assigned a 12’ (foot) X 20’ (foot) space and no further action is needed.
  • All competitors must setup their pits on Saturday, June 29, 2019 between 2:00pm-6:00pm. Saturday setup is mandatory.  Additionally, this will allow ample time for competitors to coordinate with those pitting next to them to share resources as needed.
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009 - 2019 Windshield Banner / Helmet Decal Bulletin

Posted Online: January 16, 2019

Last Updated: January 16, 2019

 

All competitors entered in the 2019 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, will be required to display a Gran Turismo banner/decal on their vehicle and/or person during all Race Week practice and qualifying sessions, and on Race Day.

 

The PPIHC will provide the banner/helmet decal to each competitor at Registration. Competitors/entries will be responsible for the application of each banner in the specified location before receiving an official Tech sticker and passing Tech Inspection.

 

Requirements for displaying the Gran Turismo banner/decal are as follows*:

Car Entries with a front window/windscreen

One Gran Turismo window banner

Car Entries without a front window/windscreen

One Gran Turismo helmet visor decal

Motorcycle Entries (helmets with windscreen visor)

One Gran Turismo helmet decal

Motorcycle Entries (helmet styles without windscreen visor)

Two Gran Turismo jawline helmet decals

Competitors/Entries that do not meet the parameters of these specifications

Dealt with on a case-by-case basis

*NOTE:
  • No other decals/branding may be displayed on the windshield/windscreen or on the designated helmet visor or helmet area.
  • No modifications may be made to the Gran Turismo image/brand markings.
  • If the banner causes visual impairment, an alternative form of representation may be arranged with the PPIHC’s Race Director and their partners from Gran Turismo.
  • Failure to display the Gran Turismo banner/decal at all times will result in disqualification.
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010 - 2019 Practice and Qualifying Groups

Rookie Practice Requirement

Motorcycle Qualifying and Practice Format

Posted Online: January 29, 2019

Last Updated: January 30, 2019

(Subject to Change)

Practice and Qualifying Groups

Race Week Practice Schedule and Groups:

Practice/Qualifying Day #1: June 25th

Upper Section: Group A

Middle Section: Group B

Bottom Section (Qualifying): All Motorcycle Divisions

Practice/Qualifying Day #2: June 26th

Upper Section: Group B

Middle Section: All Motorcycle Divisions

Bottom Section (Qualifying): Group A

Practice/Qualifying Day #3: June 27th

Upper Section: All Motorcycle Divisions

Middle Section: Group A

Bottom Section (Qualifying): Group B

Optional Sanctioned Practice: June 28th

Upper Section: Group B

Middle Section: All Motorcycle Divisions

Bottom Section: Group A

Qualifying/Practice Sections Defined:

• Upper Section – Devils Playground to the Summit

• Middle Section - Glen Cove to 16 Mile

• Bottom Section - From the Start Line to S/B (switchback) below Glen Cove (Official Qualifying Section)

Groups Defined:

• Group A: Time Attack 1, Unlimited

• Group B: Pikes Peak Open, Open Wheel, Exhibition, Porsche Pikes Peak Trophy by Yokohama

Friday, June 28 - (PPIHC Sanctioned Optional Practice Day / Test and Tune)
  • This practice session is optional. You do not need to sign up in advance and there is no fee. It is simply a final opportunity for those competitors wishing to make additional practice runs. The decision whether or not to practice on that day is up to each competitor. The format will be the same as the previous practice days.

Rookie Practice Requirement

As a reminder, the following rule in the 2019 Rule Book will be strictly enforced for the 2019 PPIHC:

• 6.9 - Rookie competitors must practice every section of the race course. A Rookie’s failure to practice one or multiple sections of the race course will result in their disqualification from the event.

Motorcycle Qualifying and Practice Format

Motorcycle NEW Practice Format

All riders must participate in the initial sighting run.

On Qualifying and Practice Days, the PPIHC will grid the riders in a particular order as outlined below. The

order, which is determined for each day, will be set for the first run. Then, after the first run, it will be reversed

(in order to keep competitors’ tires as warm as possible). This same pattern will continue throughout each

practice session.

June 25th - Bottom Section (Qualifying)

For the first run, after the sighting run, the motorcycle competitors will be gridded in the below order. Then, the

reverse order will take place for the first official qualifying run of the session.

1. Tyler Portillo10. Darryl Lujan19. Jeremy Higgins
2. Sun Tong11. Akinori Inoue20. Eric Wilson
3. Thomas Kendall12. Luca Trivella21. Stefan Dolipski
4. Mark Bartle13. Joseph Toner22. Greg Chicoine
5. Theo Bernhard14. Yasuo Arai23. Rafael Paschoalin
6. Richard Kay15. Yoshihiro Kishimoto24. Chris Fillmore
7. Luis Jose Martinez Galindo16. Robert Barber25. Codie Vahsholtz
8. Jimi Heyder17. Cory West26. Rennie Scaysbrook
9. Michael Woolaway18. Kamil Holan27. Carlin Dunne

June 26th – June 28th Practice

The competitors will be gridded from slowest to fastest based upon qualifying times (regardless of division).

Motorcycle Qualifying (Tuesday, June 25th)

During Motorcycle Qualifying, the time from the first run of the session (after the sighting run) will not count

toward official qualifying. This will allow riders the opportunity to see the conditions of the qualifying section at

reduced speeds prior to making a run at full-speed against the clock, first in the sighting run, and again in a low

speed run.

Qualifying will officially start with that morning’s second run of session (after the sighting run and one non qualifying run). If a rider does not participate in the first available non-qualifying run, their time from the first official qualifying run will count as their qualifying time.

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011 – 2019 Technical Inspection Schedule and Mandatory Meetings/Rookie Orientation Bulletin

Posted Online: February 4, 2019

Last Updated: February 4, 2019

(Subject to Change)

PPIHC is excited to announce that our 2018 partner for Technical Inspection, Rehv’s TechWorks, is returning for 2019. This software allows the PPIHC (or other series) to streamline race vehicle inspections and verify compliance with series standards. From preliminary compliance to post-race checks, TechWorks allows tech teams to enter and verify every spec in real time, using mobile, state-of-the-art tools. The PPIHC will be using this strategy and software for the 2019 Technical Inspection and Event.

Technical Inspection Reminders:

  • Technical Inspection will be held at The Broadmoor World Arena Parking Lot C (located at 3185 Venetucci Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80906) on Monday, June 24, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. PPIHC Technical Inspection is free and open to the public.
  • Prior to Technical Inspection, competitors must complete Registration in the Breckenridge Room at Hotel Eleganté (located at 2886 South Circle Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80906). Competitors will not be able to go through Tech Inspection without first completing Registration.
  • Registration at Hotel Eleganté will be open for Rookie Competitors and Rookie Orientation Mentors only on Sunday, June 23, 2019 from 5:00pm-7:00pm.
  • Registration for all PPIHC Veterans will take place on Monday, June 24, 2019 from 8:00am-5:00pm at Hotel Eleganté.
  • Technical Inspection and tech sheets, detailing items to be checked during Tech Inspection, can be found HERE
  • During Registration, competitors will be given a Tech Folder that they must bring to Technical Inspection at The Broadmoor World Arena. Competitors will not be allowed to begin Technical Inspection without their Tech Folder in hand.
  • At Registration, competitors will also be given a Gran Turismo windshield banner or helmet visor sticker. All competitors/entries will be responsible for the application of the Gran Turismo banner in the specified location before receiving an official Tech sticker. All competitors entered in the 2019 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, will be required to display this Gran Turismo banner on their vehicle and/or person during all practice and qualifying sessions and on Race Day. All 2019 PPIHC Bulletins can be found at http://ppihc.org/bulletins-competitors/. Reference 009 – 2019 Windshield Banner / Helmet Decal Bulletin for any questions.
  • All teams must have the ability and be prepared to raise their vehicle upon request during Technical Inspection.
  • All competitors in 2019 will be required to present tires appropriate for all possible weather conditions on Pikes Peak (including wet roads and cold temperatures) at Technical Inspection. Tires must be presented at the scales.
  • Only one race vehicle will be inspected during Technical Inspection. No back up vehicle inspections will be conducted at that time.
  • Each participant is required to reserve a space on the front left and front right side of the vehicle for PPIHC decals noting that the vehicle has passed the PPIHC’s Technical Inspection requirements. These decals must be displayed at all times while participating in Race Week activities.
Technical Inspection Schedule, Monday, JUNE 24, 2019
  • The Technical Inspection schedule is broken down by Division. In order to avoid long backups and delays, vehicles may not be presented for inspection prior to their scheduled time unless the previously scheduled Division has completed inspection. If the inspection of a Division takes longer than scheduled, the next Division will line up behind the final vehicle of the previously scheduled Division.
Car Technical Inspection Schedule:
  • 8:30am – Rookie Cars line up for Technical Inspection
  • 9:00am-10:00am – Rookie Car Competitors
  • 10:00am-10:30am – Unlimited
  • 10:30am-11:45am – Time Attack 1
  • 11:45am-12:15pm – Porsche Pikes Peak Trophy by Yokohama
  • 12:15pm-1:00pm – Open Wheel Class
  • 1:00pm-1:45pm – Pikes Peak Open
  • 1:45pm-2:30pm – Exhibition
Motorcycle Technical Inspection Schedule:
  • 8:30am – Rookie Motorcycles line up for Technical Inspection
  • 9:00am-10:00am – Rookie Motorcycle Competitors
  • 10:00am-2:30pm – Veteran Motorcycle Competitors
(Arrive any time within these 4 hours, regardless of division.)

Mandatory Meetings for Competitors:

11:00am-3:30pm – Mandatory Rookie Orientation
  • Location: All Rookie Competitors will meet at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Start Line.
  • Any Rookie competitor who fails to attend the mandatory Rookie Orientation and/or the Riders/Drivers meeting will not be allowed to practice or qualify until they are authorized to do so by the Director of Competition, Assistant Director of Competition, or a designee. Per the 2019 Rule Book, competitors may be fined and/or disqualified for missing the mandatory Rookie Orientation and/or the Riders/Drivers meeting.
4:30-6:00pm – Mandatory All Riders/Drivers Meeting
  • Location: Hotel Eleganté - Pikes Peak Room #1-#4 Joint Session
  • Riders/Drivers meetings will be limited to competitors and owner/crew chief. The meetings are closed to family members, spectators and the media. Failure to comply may result in penalties.
  • Any competitor who fails to attend the mandatory Riders/Drivers Meeting at Hotel Eleganté Monday, June 24th, will not be allowed to practice or qualify until they are authorized to do so by the Director of Competition, Assistant Director of Competition, or a designee. Per the 2019 Rule Book, competitors may be fined and/or disqualified for missing the mandatory Riders/Drivers Meeting.
2.7 Mandatory Meetings – During the course of the event there are mandatory sessions to include: technical inspection, competitor's (drivers and riders) meetings, rookie orientation (driver and rider), etc. Failure to attend or arrive at the scheduled time will result in fines, loss of practice time and/or exclusion from the event.

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012 - 2019 Mandatory Rookie Orientation

Posted Online: February 6, 2019

Last Updated: February 6, 2019

(Subject to Change)

All Rookie competitors will be required to attend a mandatory on-course Rookie Orientation Session on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain on Monday, June 24, 2019. After Rookie Technical Inspection, all Rookie competitors will meet at the PPIHC Competitor Pits at 11:00am. All Rookie competitors will be paired with a Veteran PPIHC competitor to mentor and coach newcomers while riding with them in a shuttle driving the course. The mentors will answer questions along the way and provide insight about the course to each Rookie. Timeline of Events for Rookies:
  • Sunday, June 23, 2019 - 5:00pm-7:00pm
    • Registration - The Breckenridge Room at Hotel Eleganté will be open to all Rookie competitors for early registration.
    • Registration for all other competitors will be open on Monday, June 24, 2019 from 8:00am-5:00pm.
    • All competitors must go through Registration at Hotel Eleganté before proceeding to Technical Inspection. Rookies will receive a Rookie Orientation pass that will be needed on Monday, June 24thto get through the Gateway.
  • Monday, June 24, 2019 – 8:30am arrive; 9:00am-10:00am
    • Technical Inspection - Rookie Car and Motorcycle Competitors will complete Technical Inspection at The Broadmoor World Arena - Parking Lot C (3185 Venetucci Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80906) from 9:00am-10:00am. Please arrive at 8:30am to line up. (See Technical Inspection Bulletin on our Bulletins page: 2019 Bulletins011 – Technical Inspection Schedule and Mandatory Meeting Bulletin)
  • Monday, June 24, 2019 - 10:30am-3:30pm
    • Mandatory Rookie Orientation – All Rookies must meet at the PPIHC Competitor Pits at 11:00am after Technical Inspection. Each competitor must display the Rookie Orientation Pass received at Registration on their dash to get through the Gateway.
  • Monday, June 24, 2019 – 4:30pm-6:30pm
In order to ensure all Rookie competitors complete Technical Inspection by 10:00am, Monday, June 24th, the following procedure is recommended:
  • Car Competitors must arrive at Technical Inspection with full race suit and safety gear. Upon arriving at Tech, competitors should go directly to the scales with their gear (even if the car is still in line) and be weighed separately from their vehicle.  If a competitor needs to leave early to ensure they are on time for the Rookie Orientation Session (11:00am meeting time), crew members can complete Technical Inspection without the driver present.
  • Motorcycle Competitors must bring their gear for inspection, but do not have to be weighed.
The Rookie Orientation Session is limited to Rookie competitors only. No media, crew, friends or family will be allowed to attend. Failure to comply or attend may result in penalties. The mandatory Rider/Driver meetings will be limited to competitors and owner/crew-chief. The meetings are closed to family members, spectators and the media. Failure to comply or attend may result in penalties. Any competitor who fails to attend the mandatory rider/driver meeting at 4:30pm at Hotel Eleganté on Monday, June 24th, will not be allowed to practice or qualify until they are authorized to do so by the Director of Competition, Assistant Director of Competition, or a designee.

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013 - 2019 Competitor-Specific Media Coverage Bulletin

Posted Online: February 11, 2019

Last Updated: February 11, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

Competitors with a Media Representative and/or Team Photographer (unaffiliated with a formal news outlet, and covering only one competitor) have two options available for these personnel to access to the event:

  1. Competitors may add their Media Rep/Photographer to their Crew List and obtain a credential for them through that channel. This will allow them to travel with your team on practice sessions and on Race Day to document your race experience. Please note, those with Crew Credentials are not allowed past the Start Line on Race Day. Those wishing to cover the race from above the Start Line must purchase a Race Day Ticket and by doing so agree to remain within the defined Spectator Areas, and to adhere to all spectator rules and guidelines. This policy is strictly enforced.
  2. Members of the media may formally apply for Media Credentials through the Media Accreditation link. 2019 MEDIA APPLICATION This credential allows media access at all practice and qualifying sections, and on Race Day as outlined in the Media Guide, including access outside the designated spectator zones.
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014 – 2019 Car Numbers & Motorcycle Number Plates

Posted Online: February 14, 2019

Last Updated: March 5, 2019

(Subject to Change)

It is not the responsibility of the PPIHC to provide the actual race number decal or motorcycle number plates to the competitors. The PPIHC assigns and approves the official race number, but does not provide the backing and/or decal and/or paint for the vehicle.

100 – CAR & TRUCK SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNICAL

REGULATIONS and SPECIAL RULES

  1. Competition Numbers & Names
  • 120.1 – All vehicle numbers are assigned by the PPIHC and limited to a maximum of three (3) digits.
  • 120.2 – There will be no duplication of vehicle numbers within the Car Divisions.
  • 120.3 – The assigned numbers shall be displayed on both sides of the vehicle and trunk lid, roof, or nose (as applicable) in readable numerals at least twelve (12) inches (30.48 cm.) high. The twelve (12) inch size minimum will be strictly enforced as race numbers are used to provide accurate manual back-up times and to track driver locations on the course.
  • 120.4 – The final decision on the adequacy of the number will rest with the Director of Competition.
  • 120.5 – Car identification: The PPAHCEM has the right to control the appearance of cars to distinguish one car from another.

1000 – MOTORCYCLE & QUAD SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNICAL

REGULATIONS and SPECIAL RULES

  1. Equipment Requirements & Specifications
  • 1002.3 – Racing Numbers: No duplicate numbers may be used in Motorcycle/Quad Divisions/Classes. A letter does not count as a number. The PPIHC reserves the right to assign numbers in the event of duplicates.
  • 1002.4 – Motorcycles must have number plates on the front and both sides mounted so that the rider does not obscure them.
  • 1002.5 – Quads must have number plates mounted front and back in a manner that they are not swinging or set at an angle more than 30 degrees from vertical.
  • 1002.6 – Number plates must be non-perforated. Six (6) inch (152.44 mm.) minimum numbers front and sides. The six (6) inch size minimum will be strictly enforced as race numbers are used to provide accurate manual back-up times and to track rider locations on the course.
  • 1002.7 – Numbers (Number background must be visible on all sides of each number)
    • 1002.7.1 – White number plate background, black numbers (1 to 3 digits). Minimum of 6” (152.4 mm.) numbers, no shading. 8” (203.2 mm.) numbers recommended where feasible. Numbers must be bold enough to be clearly visible to race officials while on the course. Final approval will be at the discretion of the Director of Competition or his designee.
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015 - 2019 PPIHC Competitor On-Board Footage

Posted Online: February 19, 2019

Last Updated: February 19, 2019

(Subject to Change)

Competitors in the 2019 running of The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, will have an additional opportunity for media exposure through a joint effort between the PPIHC and Windstar Studios.

 

Entrants choosing to film their own in-car footage will be required to provide PPIHC Officials with the footage upon completion of the competitor’s run on Race Day. After each competitor takes the checkered flag on Race Day, a staff member/representative will collect the memory card from the on-board camera (provided by the competitor) that captured each competitor’s full-course run. The in-car video from the 2019 Race will be uploaded to the Official PPIHC YouTube Channel for broadcast on Race Day. All footage will be transferred to the PPIHC digital archive for storage and then returned to the competitor for personal use.

 

Additionally, the Windstar film crew may conduct a short interview with each competitor to be included with the on-board footage. All memory cards will be returned to competitors immediately after upload.

 

These videos will be promoted through PPIHC social media channels and will be available on the PPIHC Website and YouTube Channel.

 

PPIHC is not responsible for lost or damaged memory cards.

 

Competitors who do not finish the race will be sent a notice by email approximately one week after the race for upload instructions. The PPIHC will provide an uplink for transfer of these in-car video assets.

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016 - 2019 Fan Fest Competitor Appearance Information 

Posted Online: February 22, 2019

Last Updated: February 22, 2019

(Subject to Change)

2019 PPIHC Competitors are encouraged to attend Fan Fest on Friday, June 28th. The event will take place from 5:00pm – 10:00pm in Downtown Colorado Springs and is a great opportunity to display your vehicle and to interact with fans and spectators. Display space prices start as low as $75 and can be reserved online only by visiting http://ppihc.org/fan-fest-competitors/. Reserve your space today as Fan Fest will be a sold-out event.

In previous years, the PPIHC has required division top qualifiers to attend the event. This is no longer a requirement of the PPIHC and therefore, anyone looking to display at Fan Fest must reserve a space.

Please contact daniel@ppihc.org with any questions about your Fan Fest appearance.

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017 - 2019 Race Day On-Course Vehicle Failure 

Posted Online: February 26, 2019

Last Updated: February 26, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

During your run on Race Day, if you experience a vehicle failure and/or have determined that your vehicle will not be able to safely finish the run, please be courteous to the rest of the field. Attempt to pull your vehicle off the road in a safe location and end your run.

 

If we can avoid even one on-course breakdown/tow/safety response/clean up, it will help keep the event running as scheduled.

 

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018 - 2019 Competitor Gear Transportation Bulletin

Posted Online: ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­February 28, 2019

Last Updated: February 28, 2019

(Subject to Change)

 

Van Information:

A van will be available to transport competitor gear from the Start Line area to the Summit of Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain on Race Day. If you have any gear you want to place in the van, it is important that you mark the gear with your name and race number. All gear must be placed in the Olson Plumbing & Heating van before 6:30 a.m. on Race Day. The van will be parked on driver’s right just uphill from the car pits at 5:15 a.m., and will depart for the Summit at 6:30 a.m. sharp. After the race is completed, the van will follow the Parade of Champions down to the Start Line area. Any items still in the van will be placed by the Legacy tent after the race.

 

Motorcycle Stands:

All motorcycle teams are encouraged to load stands into the competitor gear van going to the Summit on Race Day. The use of stands will allow all motorcycles to be placed in one area and in turn will allow maximization of the limited parking space available.

 

Prohibited Items:

Do not use the van for tool boxes and/or extra parts.

 

Risk:

The PPIHC is not responsible for any items placed in the van. It is the competitor’s responsibility to retrieve their items.

 

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019 – 2019 Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain

Highway Protocol Bulletin

Posted Online: March 4, 2019

Last Updated: March 4, 2019

(Subject to Change)

Please note that Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain has implemented construction and traffic protocols, including mandatory shuttle buses, to ease traffic.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

The following will be strictly enforced:

  • Under no circumstances is the parking lot at Santa’s Workshop to be used for parking of any passenger vehicles, race vehicles, and/or trailers, of competitors and/or teams, at any time.
  • Competitors are not allowed to pit and/or park on any portion of the Pikes Peak Highway road surface at any time. All competitors need to be parked and pitted in the designated parking and/or pit parking spaces.
  • The speed limit on the Pikes Peak Highway is strictly enforced. Speeding on the Pikes Peak Highway may result in a PPIHC penalty and/or fine.
  • During practice and testing, when coming downhill between runs, competitors must stay in their lane, follow two-way traffic rules, and drive at, or under, the posted speed limit.
  • When testing and practice sessions are over, it is imperative to remember that tourists are driving up the Pikes Peak Highway and the road is open to the general public. Two-way traffic rules are in place, and competitors must use extreme caution when going downhill.
  • The road is turned over to Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain at 8:30am on all testing and practice days. Competitors must be prepared to depart their designated pit area by 9:00am each day.
  • If competitors wish to spend additional time on Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain past 9:00am they must exit the Pikes Peak Highway and re-enter through the Gateway after paying the toll and exhibiting the PPIHC Competitor pass. This pass is the only way, Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain staff will know that you are a competitor and therefore, do not have to take the mandatory shuttle. One (1) PPIHC Competitor highway pass, good only for 2019 Competitors during regular highway hours, will be included in your Registration packet. If additional passes are needed, please contact alex@ppihc.org and she can e-mail you a pass to print out.
  • If you will be in Colorado Springs, prior to Race Week, and want to drive the Pikes Peak Highway, please e-mail alex@ppihc.org and she can e-mail you a pass to print out. Again, this will be the only way the Highway staff will know you do not have to ride the mandatory shuttles. You will need to pay the toll with each use, as this will not be a complimentary pass, it only allows access to the road in a personal vehicle so you may drive the road without taking the shuttle. Annual passes are available for purchase if you plan to access the mountain frequently.
  • Only street legal cars (not trailers) will be allowed on the Pikes Peak Highway during public hours. Drivers and riders must obey all posted speed limits and traffic laws. If any competitor is found on the mountain, without having paid the toll during public hours and/or is cited for violating any traffic laws, they may be subject to a PPIHC penalty, fine, and/or disqualification.
  • No special event filming, photography, or other special activities are allowed without the express written approval of the Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain Manager or designee.
  • One (1) Free Admission Voucher (yellow) to Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain will also be included in your registration packet. All standard Pikes Peak Highway protocols (including shuttles) will be implemented when using this voucher.
Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain is a public toll road 364 days a year. We must respect the time we are allowed to use the road and surrounding areas.  Competitors who do not adhere to these rules may be penalized.   Click here to download this bulletin as a PDF. 

020 – 2019 Motorcycle Race Day Start/Finish Procedure, Motorcycle Hot Grid and Car Takeoff Point and Team Waiting Area

Posted Online: March 12, 2019

Last Updated: March 12, 2019

(Subject to Change)

Please review the Motorcycle Hot Grid / Team Waiting Area diagram at the end of this bulletin.

2019 Race Day Run Order Motorcycle Race Day Start / Finishing Procedure 
  • Motorcycle and Quad competitors will move from their pits to be staged in the Motorcycle Hot Grid by an official in order of qualifying time by 7:00am. This grid is on pit row, driver’s right, just downhill from the Short Stop food trailer. There will be 10 covered spaces made up of 2 grid positions each. Each grid position will have an electrical power outlet for tire warmers. Motorcycle teams will be assigned one grid position each and Quad Teams will be assigned two grid positions for their start. Grid position assignments will be available during Race Week on Wednesday or Thursday after motorcycle qualifying.
  • IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MOTORCYCLE HOT GRID AREA: When the Grid Race Official directs the Motorcycle starting competitor into the Pit Lane, that Pit Lane becomes Hot ahead of the competitor. No one is allowed in the Motorcycle Pit Lane except at the direction of a Race Official, and only the starting competitor is allowed in the Pit Lane when it is Hot.
  • When directed by the Grid Race Official, each competitor will launch from their designated grid position, one at a time, and advance up the fenced-off Hot Pit Lane to the Starter/Flagman who will signal the competitor when to start their run. Pit lane speed is not to exceed 15 MPH.
  • As the grid empties, the staging official will direct the remainder of the field into their grid spaces to await their turn to start.
  • All riders will leave the Start Line one rider at a time with a minimum one-minute gap between riders. All vehicles must be mobile on the starting grid, no exceptions. No ATV’s or trailers will be allowed on the Motorcycle Hot Grid.
  • If a rider is “red flagged” during their race run, they will be given instructions by a course official on returning to the Start Line/Ducati Hot Grid.
  • All competitors will be held at the Summit until the race is completed and will return to the Start Line in the Parade of Champions.
  • The top three finishers in each division must immediately report to the designated impound area in the motorcycle pits once they return from the Summit. Any rider/driver who finishes in the top three in their division and fails to immediately report to the impound area will be disqualified.
Motorcycle Hot Grid/Car Takeoff Point Access
  • To better control the Motorcycle Hot Grid and Car Takeoff Point, PPIHC will provide access cards for each competitor to distribute to four (4) members of their team. The access cards will list the competitor’s race number and division. These cards will allow access into the Motorcycle Hot Grid (for motorcycle competitors) and Car Takeoff Point (for car competitors) when the competitor is preparing to take the green flag. Once the competitor has received the green flag and departed, those with access cards will be asked to leave this area and proceed to the Team Waiting Area.
  • For security and safety reasons, access will be strictly enforced in 2019. No one may enter the Hot Grid area without an access card for the current competitor.
  • The Motorcycle Hot Grid is a strictly enforced No Smoking Area (including vaping and e-cigarettes).
Race Day Team Waiting Area:
  • The Team Waiting Area provides a place where crew members can watch timing and scoring as well as receive any necessary updates from PPIHC Officials.
  • The map below shows the Team Waiting Area marked in red. It is located just downhill from the Upper Pit Road and will be easily visible and well-marked with Ducati logos.
  • Due to the limited number of crew members allowed in the Motorcycle Hot Grid as well as at the Car Takeoff Point, this gathering area will allow all crew members to track their driver or rider keeping the Hot Grid and Takeoff Point clear for competitors.
  • This area is designed for any and all crew members, who have a current competitor on course, to track the competitor’s progress (via timing). For the motorcycle program, as soon as a competitor is launched into Pit Lane their crew will proceed to the Team Waiting Area directly adjacent to the #20 grid position. For the car program, crew members who are not allowed through the gates to the Takeoff Point may gather at this area. Additionally, for crew members at the Takeoff Point, once their competitor receives the green flag, they must proceed to the Team Waiting Area to monitor competitor progress.
  • If there is a restart required and/or any other information needs to be communicated to crew members, PPIHC Officials will first look for the crew at the Team Waiting Area. Likewise, should there be an incident on the course, PPIHC Officials will look for the competitor’s crew members/family members in this area.
Please review the Motorcycle Hot Grid / Team Waiting Area diagram below.

Motorcycle Hot Grid / Team Waiting Area Diagram

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2019 Record Declaration

Posted Online: February 4, 2019

Last Updated: February 4, 2019

(Subject to Change)

Time Attack 2 Production Record Attempt

Regardless of the division entered, you must adhere to the Time Attack 2 Production rules (i.e. fuel cell, DOT Tires, airbag disablement/removal, etc.) if you intend to compete for the Time Attack 2 Production record. The Time Attack 2 Production rules can be found on page 68 in the 2019 Rule Book. If you have any vehicle eligibility questions please contact dskokan@ppihc.org.

Quad Record Attempt To be eligible for the official Quad Record, you must adhere to the Quad rules, per page 79 and 80 of the 2019 PPIHC Rule Book. If you have any vehicle questions please contact paul@ppihc.org.

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