The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC), brought to you by Gran Turismo, also known as The Race to the Clouds, is an invitational automobile hill climb to the summit of Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain in Colorado, USA held annually on the last Sunday of June.
The PPIHC’s automobile categories feature a wide variety of vehicles representing multiple forms of motorsport; everything from production-based Time Attack challengers to purpose-built Open Wheel racers and state-of-the-art Unlimited vehicles take on America’s Mountain pursuing victory.
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From the first race, an upset victory by Rea Lentz while driving a homemade car, to Sebastien Loeb’s record smashing run in 2013, “Race to the Clouds ™ 100 Years in the Making” is a 90-minute documentary film capturing the history of America’s second oldest auto race, The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The greatest challenge in motorsports for both man and machine, founded in 1916 by entrepreneur and philanthropist Spencer Penrose, has grown into an international event attracting the best drivers and riders from around the world.
Colorado Springs-----Germany’s Lucy Glöckner became the first woman in PPIHC history to crack the 10-minute mark during the 97th running of the
2020 - Save the Date! The date for the 2020 race has been set: Sunday, June 28 (Fan Fest, June 26)
STATEMENT FROM THE PPIHC BOARD OF DIRECTORS July 26, 2019 2020 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb will not include a motorcycle program
OFFICIAL STATEMENT by Romie Gallardo, Carlin Dunnes’ Mother It’s been two weeks now since my son left us. In my heart I
Colorado Springs, Colo, --- Following the tragic death of the Spider Grips Ducati motorcycle rider on June 30, 2019 while racing at
Carlin Dunne Accident Information July 2, 2019 The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb’s Race Director and Race Safety Team have completed their
@TheBroadmoor Pikes Peak Int'l Hill Climb brought to you by @theGranTurismo | Est-1916 | 12.42Miles | 156Turns | 1,000'+Cliffs | A 103 Year Tradition