2020—— Sunday, August 30th

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

2021——June 27th
2022——June 26th – The 100th Running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Fan Fest, presented by Budweiser and Toyo Tires, is Colorado Springs’ largest and most popular street festival action packed with stunts performed by the Red Bull Motorcycle Jumpers, courtesy of Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli. Held annually on the Friday before Race Day, more than 30,000 people gather in the heart of Downtown Colorado Springs to experience this 10-block street party.

Join us from 5 PM to 10 PM on Friday August 28 to take part in all the action!

Pikes Peak Avenue and Tejon Street, Downtown Colorado Springs.
Anyone who is 10 years of age and over needs to purchase a race ticket.

Overnight campers please remember each individual must also purchase a Race Day ticket.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://ppihc.org/tickets-camping-permits-fans/

To expedite entry to the event, and improve traffic flow, tickets will NOT be sold at the Gateway.

Tickets may also be purchased throughout Race Week at the various locations listed on the Race Week Schedule.

PPIHC may limit the number of tickets sold to the 2020 event.

Spectators are not guaranteed a parking spot if specific locations are full. Parking at the spectator viewing areas is on a first come, first served basis.
General Admission ticket prices vary based on the total number of attendees in a vehicle. Tickets purchased online before Race Day (August 30, 2020) are discounted $10 each from the online Race Day prices.

There are no refunds.

Ticket Price Breakdown:
 Online Advance
Ticket Prices
Online Race Day
Ticket Prices
Single Ticket$65 ($65/person)$75 ($75/person)
Vehicle Packs - All "Family Pack" Ticket Holders must enter the Gateway in the same vehicle
Family 2 Pack $110 ($55/person)$130 ($65/person)
Family 3 Pack$150 ($50/person)$180 ($60/person)
Family 4 Pack $180 ($45/person)$220 ($55/person)
Family 5 Pack $200 ($40/person)$250 ($50/person)
Family 6 Pack $210 ($35/person)$270 ($45/person)
Family 7 Pack $245 ($35/person)$315 ($45/person)
Family 8 Pack $280 ($35/person)$360 ($45/person)
Single Motorcycle Ticket$35 ($35/person)$45 ($45/person)
Double Motorcycle Ticket$60 ($30/person)$80 ($40/person)

No tickets will be sold after 10am on Race Day.

No admittance to the event after 12pm on Race Day.

There must be a functioning seatbelt for every attendee inside the vehicle.

WILL CALL: Online tickets and camping permit purchases may be verified at the Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain Gateway on Saturday, August 29th from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm and on Sunday, August 30th from 2:30 am – 10:00 am. You will not need to physically pick up any purchased tickets prior to Race Day. Please bring your photo ID on Race Day and the Gateway staff will verify your online purchase.

Camping permits are an additional $150 per vehicle. Permits are limited.
Yes. Practice day tickets must be purchased online and are available in limited quantities. Practice day tickets are $50 per day for August 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th. To attend practice you must purchase a ticket for each Practice Day you plan attend.

All spectators must sign a liability waiver at the Gateway before attending each practice session.

Gates open at 4:00 am and close at 4:45 am. No Exceptions. The Start Line closes to uphill traffic at 4:45 am. (For those who wish to view practice from above the Start Line area plan to arrive at 4:00 am. The Start Line is about 7 miles up the Pikes Peak Highway past the Gateway).

All spectators must watch practice sessions from designated areas along the course (Start Line, Glen Cove, Devils Playground). Spectators found outside of these areas are subject to trespassing tickets.

No spectators will be allowed to move up and down the course once practice has started.

Spectators attending a Practice Day session will only see the cars assigned to practice on a specific section each day.

The practice session on Friday August 28th is optional for competitors. There is no qualifying on this day.
Pikes Peak is just a few miles west of Colorado Springs, and about a 90 minute drive south of Denver. The Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain Gateway is located at 5089 Pikes Peak Highway, Cascade, CO 80809. (Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain). The Main PPIHC Pit Area and Start Line is just over 7 miles (11.27 km.) past the Gateway.

From Hotel Eleganté S. Circle Drive, Colorado Springs, CO:

Exit the Hotel Eleganté parking lot and head West on South Circle Drive. Merge onto I-25 North via the ramp to Denver and continue for approximately 3.3 miles. Take Exit #141 for US-24/West Cimarron St. and continue West on US 24 for about 9.5 miles. At the traffic light in Cascade, turn left onto Fountain Avenue and continue for approximately 0.3 miles where you will then take a slight left to continue onto Pikes Peak Highway.

From the Colorado Springs Airport (COS):

Exit the Airport on Milton Proby Parkway/Drennan Road. After approximately 4 miles, turn left on South Academy Blvd. In approximately 1.8 miles, merge onto I-25 North and continue for approximately 5.7 miles. Take Exit #141 for US-24/West Cimarron St. and continue West on US 24 for about 9.5 miles. At the traffic light in Cascade, turn left onto Fountain Avenue and continue for approximately 0.3 miles where you will then take a slight left to continue onto Pikes Peak Highway.

From Denver International Airport (DIA):

Exit the airport on Pena Blvd. Take E-470 South (toll road) for about 34 miles. Then exit onto I-25 Southbound to Colorado Springs. In approximately 55 miles, take Exit #141 for US-24/West Cimarron St. Continue West on US 24 for about 9.5 miles. At the traffic light in Cascade, turn left onto Fountain Avenue and continue for approximately 0.3 miles where you will then take a slight left to continue onto Pikes Peak Highway.
  • All spectators, Media and VIP’s must park in designated spectator parking areas. There is no reserved parking for Media or VIP’s.
  • Spectators may park at the following designated areas: Below the Start Line, Halfway Picnic Grounds, Ski Area, Glen Cove, Cove Creek and Devils Playground. No spectator parking will be allowed anywhere along the course except in these seven designated parking areas.
  • Parking passes are not required to park in any of the designated locations. Spectators are not guaranteed a parking spot if specific locations are full. Parking at the spectator viewing areas is on a first come, first served basis.
  • Spectator vehicles will not be allowed above Devils Playground.
  • Any spectators who park their vehicle in an area other than a designated parking area may be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.
  • It is very important that you determine where you want to park prior to coming to the event. If you pass a designated parking area on your way up, you will not be able to come back down to that area. There is no downhill traffic on Race Day.
  • Plan to be in your parking area well before the race start time of 7:30 a.m. No spectator vehicles will be allowed above the Official PPIHC Start Line (approximately six miles uphill from the Pikes Peak Highway Gateway.) after 5:00am.
  • If parking is at maximum capacity in the spectator areas above the Start Line, the PPIHC reserves the right to close the Start Line prior to 5:00am. If Spectator Areas above the Start Line are not full by 5:00am, the PPIHC may close the Start Line after 5:00am.
  • Once you are on the mountain, unless you park below the Start Line, you will not be able to leave until the race has concluded. Depending on how the race progresses (course or weather delays) this can be any time after 4:00 p.m.
  • Camping Permits are sold online only at ppihc.org.
  • There are four locations available: Glen Cove, Ski Area, Halfway Picnic Ground, and 9 Mile (9 Mile is tent camping only) Yokohama Course Map.
  • Each camper must also purchase a race ticket in order to attend the event.
  • One camping permit needed per car and one camping permit needed per motorcycle.
  • The Gateway opens to campers at 11:00 a.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday August 29th. You must be through the Gateway by 6:00 p.m. on Saturday. Campers will not be allowed to line up at the Gateway before 11:00 a.m.
  • All vehicles over 10’ clearance use Gate 3 (far right entrance).
  • Campers will not be allowed to line up at the Gateway before 11:00 a.m. This will be strictly enforced.
  • Anyone found occupying a camping space on Pikes Peak prior to 11:15 a.m. on Saturday morning will be removed from the site and will forfeit their right to camp on Pikes Peak.
  • Camping permits are restricted to the camping site designated on the front of the permit.
  • Campers may leave their camp site, but must return to the site before the Gateway closes at 6:00 p.m. There is no highway traffic after 6:00 p.m.
  • Campers who leave their site once they are on the mountain do so at their own risk.
  • Tent Campers/Car Campers only, who wish to view the race on Sunday from a different spectator area, must notify law enforcement and volunteers in their camping area on Saturday evening. Campers must be ready to move a vehicle only (no trailers) to another spectator area when the highway opens at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday. Campers must move all of their belongings in their vehicle as they will not be allowed to return to the camp site. If you are camping in a trailer or RV, you may not leave your camping area to view from another spectator area.
  • No trailers on Race Day- Trailers allowed for overnight camping with permit only on Saturday.
  • NEW - Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain is now a NO SMOKING campus from the Gateway to the Summit. This includes all pit areas, spectator viewing areas and while on the Pikes Peak Highway.  All employees, contracted employees, special event participants, and officials are prohibited from smoking any cigarette, pipe, cigar, or electronic smoking device on the property unless a designated area is provided. Smoking any of the above is allowable in personal vehicles only; however all ashes, butts, etc. must remain in the car. Furthermore, Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain is federally owned property and possession of marijuana is prohibited.
  • Open fires are prohibited. Gas and propane stoves with shutoff valves are allowed (pending any local restrictions, laws or bans).
  • Off-Highway Vehicles (dirt bikes, ATVs, etc.), bicycles and unlicensed vehicles are not allowed at any time on the mountain, no exceptions.
  • No pets are allowed on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain during race activities including overnight camping.
  • No fireworks.
  • No firearms.
  • All camping locations are primitive sites with no hookups. There are no provisions to dispose of gray or black water, no electricity and no water.
Area Specific - Glen Cove, Ski Area, and Halfway Picnic Grounds:
  • Maximum length for motor homes and trailers – 24 ft. (19 ft. wheel base maximum).
  • Maximum length for 5th wheels (not including tow vehicle)- 26 ft. (The 26 ft. restriction is for the 5th wheel only; it is not the total length including the tow vehicle)
Area Specific - 9 Mile:
  • 9 Mile is tent camping only.
  • No motor homes, 5th wheels, trailers, mini buses or vehicles with more than 6 seats.
  • No Race Day parking is available at 9 Mile. If friends and family want to meet campers on Race Day, 9 Mile will NOT be open for additional parking.
Drones are NOT permitted at any PPIHC event.
Online: https://ppihc.myshopify.com/

Race Week: 2020 Schedule

Race Day: Look for the PPIHC merchandise tent at the Start Line Area, Halfway Picnic Grounds, and Devils Playground.
Communication on Pikes Peak - America's Mountain can be challenging. Depending on your cell provider and your location, you may have cellular data and service. WiFi may be available for purchase on Race Day at the Spectator Areas (except 9 Mile).
The PPIHC is an exciting event for the whole family, but it can be unpredictable. By all means, bring the kids, but keep them under close supervision. Children must be accompanied by an adult if in the pit areas. Children 9 and under are admitted free of charge.
No pets are allowed on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain during race activities including overnight camping.
The race starts at 7:30 am, however you will need to plan to arrive much earlier. The road opens at 2:00 am and no vehicles will be allowed past the Start Line after 5:00 am. If parking is at maximum capacity in the spectator areas above the Start Line, the PPIHC reserves the right to close the Start Line prior to 5am. If spectator areas above the Start Line are not full by 5am, the PPIHC may close the Start Line after 5am.
  • No tickets will be sold after 10am on Race Day.
  • No admittance to the event after 12 noon on Race Day.
  • Once you drive above the Start Line, you will not be able to leave the mountain or go back down the course until the race is completed. Depending on how the race progresses (course or weather delays) this can be any time after 4:00 p.m.
  • Parking in a designated area is not guaranteed, and is offered on a first come, first served basis.
On Race Day, race cars are released from the Start Line approximately every 4-5 minutes. With the current field size and no red flags, the race would finish at approximately 2:00pm. However, over the past 5 years there have been an average of 2-3 hours of stoppage time (due to racing incidents, spectator issues, weather, etc.).
Depending on how the race progresses (course or weather delays) this can be any time after 4:00 p.m.
  • At the completion of the race, spectators will be allowed to stand outside of the fences (but behind the white lines of the road) for the Parade of Champions. Once the competitors have descended from the summit, spectators will be released from the top of the mountain to the bottom. Those who view the race from Devils Playground will be released first, with 9 Mile to be released last. Traffic is two-lane downhill (post-race) until instructed to merge at Crow Gulch (below the Start Line).
  • A Race Official will release your parking area.
  • Use a low gear on your descent. Hot Brakes Fail!
The PPIHC is a dangerous race and all spectators attend at their own risk.  All spectators must view the race from designated spectator viewing areas.  Spectator viewing areas do not insure safety.
  • Spectators will only be allowed to view the race from designated spectator viewing areas along the course: Devils Playground, Cove Creek, Glen Cove, Ski Area, Halfway Picnic Grounds, 9 Mile and the Start Line area. Spectators found outside of these areas are subject to trespassing tickets.
  • Devils Playground provides great views above the tree line; weather can be cold and windy at times. Cove Creek is at the timberline; Glen Cove is a popular spot below the tree line. The Ski Area has parking but you will need to walk to a viewing area. Halfway Picnic Grounds gives plenty of room for competitors to exceed 100 mph. The Start Line provides fans with an up close view of the competitors and their vehicles since the pits are accessible to spectators. Click to view the Yokohama Course Map.
  • The Pikes Peak Highway is a mountain toll road 364 days out of the year, and a race course for one day. There is no grandstand seating at the PPIHC. Bring a camp chair or a blanket.
Spectator Course Rules:
  • No pets are allowed on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain during any race activities.
  • No fireworks.
  • No open fires.
  • No firearms.
  • No drones.
  • Once you drive above the Start Line, you will not be able to leave the mountain or go back down the course until the race is completed. Depending on how the race progresses (course or weather delays) this can be any time after 4:00 p.m.
  • Within the spectator viewing areas, all spectators must stay as far back from the race course as possible.
  • All spectators must remain inside designated areas, indicated on spectator maps.
  • Do NOT stand behind orange fencing under any circumstance. Orange fencing in a spectator viewing area indicates a prohibited area.
  • Everyone in spectator viewing areas is encouraged to have some sort of barrier protection if possible (rocks, trees, and vehicles etc.). Fencing does not qualify as a barrier protection. For those who do not have barrier protection, it is recommended to view from higher ground in order to elevate yourself from the race course.
  • Each spectator is expected to obey requests from PPIHC Course Officials, PPIHC Staff and Volunteers, Pikes Peak-America’s Mountain Rangers and Law Enforcement.
  • Motor homes will not be allowed through the Gateway on Race Day.
  • Stay off of and away from hay bales and guard rails.
  • Off-Highway Vehicles (dirt bikes, ATVs, etc.), bicycles and unlicensed vehicles are not allowed at any time on the mountain, no exceptions.
Food vendors may be available on the mountain at various locations (cannot be guaranteed, weather permitting). Please bring adequate food and water in case a vendor is sold out or there is no vendor. Gas or propane stoves with shut off valves are permitted; self-contained charcoal grills are prohibited. No open fires.

Please bring cash to purchase from food vendors.
  • View the current weather at the Summit of Pikes Peak here.
  • Weather on Pikes Peak- America’s Mountain is unpredictable. A typical summer day can start out very sunny and warm, and turn intensely cold with rain, snow, fog or hail.
  • Lightning is common. In the event of lightning or hail, take shelter in your vehicle.
  • Dress in layers.
  • Apply sunscreen frequently.
Emergency Medical Services:
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS) will be available at locations placed along the Race Course. These locations can be found on the Yokohama Course Map.
  • First Aid Stations may be located at each Spectator Area adjacent to the Information Tent on Race Day only.
Altitude Sickness:
  • The race starts at 9,300 ft. and finishes at 14,115 ft. Signs of high altitude sickness include nausea, dizziness and fainting. To reduce the severity of the illness, medical experts recommend you drink plenty of water and refrain from caffeine and/or alcohol. If you are visiting the area and are not used to being at altitude for long periods of time (12-14 hours) we recommend that you enjoy the race from one of the lower spectator areas.
Hot/Cold:
  • Be aware of the warning signs of heat related emergencies. Heat can affect almost anyone, but people of particularly high risk are the very young, very old, overweight and those doing strenuous activities. Drink plenty of water.
  • Mornings can be chilly to extremely cold and windy. Certain areas on the mountain may not receive sunlight until mid-morning. Areas in the Upper Section are seldom warm. Dress accordingly.
Trail #753 from Devils Playground to the summit of Pikes Peak, will be temporarily closed at Devils Playground on Sunday, August 30th. The temporary closure is necessary for public safety reasons during the 98th Running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. The temporary trail closure will be in effect on Sunday, August 30, 2020 from 12:01am until 6:00pm. Barr Trail #620 will be open to the summit of Pikes Peak. Access to the summit may be limited. Please contact the Pikes Peak Ranger District Office (719-636-1602) for more information.
No, the Pikes Peak Cog Railway is currently closed for renovation. www.cograilway.com
Leave No Trace:
  • The organizers and sponsors of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb are committed to preserving Pikes Peak’s beautiful environment, which has provided a thrilling setting for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb for 100+ years. We have done everything possible to prevent any negative impact on these beautiful surroundings, and encourage spectators to do the same by observing these principles of “Leave No Trace.” Pack It In, Pack It Out – dispose of trash and garbage properly; please clean up your viewing area before you leave.
  • Avoid fragile vegetation.
  • Avoid disturbing wildlife.
  • Tree stands are prohibited. Digging trenches and constructing lean-tos is illegal and violators will be prosecuted.
  • Rock climbing is strictly forbidden.
Restrictions:
  • NEW - Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain is now a NO SMOKING campus from the Gateway to the Summit. This includes all pit areas, spectator viewing areas and while on the Pikes Peak Highway.  All employees, contracted employees, special event participants, and officials are prohibited from smoking any cigarette, pipe, cigar, or electronic smoking device on the property unless a designated area is provided. Smoking any of the above is allowable in personal vehicles only; however all ashes, butts, etc. must remain in the car. Furthermore, Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain is federally owned property and possession of marijuana is prohibited.
  • NO fireworks
  • NO open fires
  • NO firearms
  • NO pets
  • NO drones
  • It is illegal to operate any off-road vehicles including dirt bikes, ATV’s, and bicycles on the Pikes Peak Highway or surrounding areas. These vehicles will be impounded.
Vehicle Information:
  • Motor homes will not be allowed through the Gateway on Race Day.
  • Off-Highway Vehicles (dirt bikes, ATVs, etc.), bicycles and unlicensed vehicles are not allowed at any time on the mountain, no exceptions.
  • No trailers are allowed on Race Day.
  • It is recommended to have at least 3/4 tank of fuel in your vehicle when venturing up Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain. The nearest gas station is over 8 miles to the east or west on Highway 24 from the Pikes Peak Gateway.
PPIHC Traffic Plan Gateway Entrance information: All vehicles over 10’ clearance enter through Gate 3 (the entrance on the far right). Any other vehicles enter through Gate 1, (the uphill lane on the far left) or enter through Gate 2, (the middle lane). Race Morning (1:30am-10:00am) Credentialed Personnel and Spectators: Use the right lane only. No left lane uphill traffic. Post Race (spectators exiting): A Race Official/Law Enforcement will release your parking area from Devils Playground down.
      • Devils Playground - Cove Pit: 1 way traffic, weather permitting (two lanes downhill)
        Cove Creek – Crow Gulch: 1 way traffic (two lanes downhill)
        Crow Gulch – Highway 24: 2 way traffic (one lane downhill)
Race Coverage:
  • View post race interviews and on-board competitor footage on our YouTube Page.
  • Follow live timing at ppihc.org.
  • Listen live to KRDO 1240 AM at krdo.com.
  • Download the official PPIHC App.
ACCIDENT WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY

I hereby acknowledge that, by attending the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb event (“Event”), I will be exposed to a number of risks associated with attendance at the Event and/or by entering the construction site.  I HEREBY ASSUME ALL OF THE RISKS OF ATTENDING THE EVENT AND ANY/ALL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE EVENT, including by way of example and not limitation:

  1. Any and all risks before, during, or after the Event including, but not limited to; injury from objects thrown from spectator areas; injury from race track accidents involving vehicles of any type, parts of race track vehicles, or track debris; injury from fires; injury from natural debris such as rocks or tree limbs; and injury from lightning.


  2. Any and all risks that may arise from negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities being released (“Releasees”).  Releasees include, but are not limited to, The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb Educational Museum, and any of their subsidiaries, affiliates, event participants, sponsors, officials, sanctioning bodies, and any of their employees, agents, officers, volunteers, directors, and other individuals affiliated with the Event.


In the event I am injured during the Event, I agree to promptly report to medical personnel before leaving the mountain.

On behalf of myself, my heirs, representatives, beneficiaries, and assigns, I hereby release and hold harmless the Releasees, of and from, and I do discharge and waive, any and all claims, demands, losses, damages, and liabilities that I may have or sustain with respect to any and all damage, illness, injury, of any type, and/or death, arising out of my attendance at the Event.

I further agree, as a credentialed attendee of the Event, that no unauthorized, non-credentialed or non-ticket holder(s) shall accompany me to the Event.  If I violate this agreement I release and hold harmless the Releasees, of and from, and I do discharge and waive, any and all claims, demands, losses, damages, and liabilities that anyone may have or sustain with respect to any and all damage, illness, injury, of any type, and/or death, arising out of my negligence.

The PPIHC reserves the right to cancel the Event as well as all ancillary events at its own discretion. In the event of a cancellation, no refunds will be given.

By entering a construction site, I fully understand that construction and other activities at the construction site are dangerous and involve risk of serious injury, death, and/or property damage.  I hereby release, waive, and discharge, and convenant not to sue, Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb Educational Museum Inc, Pike National Forest, the City of Colorado Springs, GE Johnson Construction, Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain, including, but not limited to, any and all employees, officers, and contract workers, from any and all damages, losses, penalties, liability, costs, attorney’s fees and expenses of any nature, and any demands, claims, suit, and causes of action therefore, arising out of or resulting from the Undersigned’s presence at the construction site.

RELEASE OF MEDIA AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Any and all PPIHC events shall not be recorded or photographed for commercial purposes without the express written consent of The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (“PPIHC”).

All media (including images, photos, video footage, and audio recordings) and intellectual property rights related to or associated with PPIHC and PPIHC events (collectively, “Media”), including the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb auto race (the “Race”), belongs to PPIHC, and is wholly reserved in perpetuity to PPIHC and its licensees.  All Media from or related to PPIHC events, including but not limited to photos and footage, are part of the PPIHC’s intellectual property and can be used by PPIHC and/or its licensees for promotional purposes or any other purposes.  All Media belongs to PPIHC and is for the PPIHC’s exclusive (except as agreed to by PPIHC), perpetual, and worldwide usage.

Any unauthorized use or sale of Media, including, but not limited to, reproduction, retransmission, or the making of or inclusion of Media into a broadcast, internet, web, motion picture, DVD or tape program, or any other form of distribution, without the prior express written consent of the PPIHC, is strictly prohibited.  The licensing or sub-licensing of creative content from PPIHC events shall be strictly forbidden without the prior express written consent of the PPIHC.  The PPIHC has the sole and exclusive rights to all creative content, including but not limited to images and footage taken by spectators at PPIHC events and/or persons without media credentials.

The PPIHC trademarked event name, any and all PPIHC photos, and the PPIHC course map are the property of the PPIHC and may not be utilized in any form for product sales without express written permission from the PPIHC.  Payment of appropriate licensing fee is required.

NOTICE OF FILMING AND PHOTOGRAPHY

When you enter a Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (“PPIHC”) event or program, you enter an area where photography, audio and video recording may occur.  By entering the event or program premises, you consent to interview(s), photography, audio recording, and/or video recording of yourself (collectively, “Materials”), and its/their release, publication, exhibition, reproduction, licensing, alteration, adaption, exploitation, or other use, in any format or medium now existing or hereafter created, and for any purpose, including but not limited to,  web casts, promotional purposes, telecasts, advertising, publicity, and public relations by PPIHC and its affiliates, representatives, sponsors, and licensees (collectively, “Affiliates”). You release PPIHC and its Affiliates, their officers, employees, and agents, and each and all persons involved, from any liability connected with PPIHC’s or its Affiliates’ exercise of the rights contained in this Notice, including, without limitation, liability for any violation of the right to publicity, for defamation, invasion of privacy, or emotional distress.

By entering the event or program premises, you waive all rights you may have to any claims for payment or royalties in connection with any use of these Materials, regardless of the purpose or sponsoring of such use, exhibition, stream, broadcast, web cast, or other publication irrespective of whether a fee for admission to the program or event is charged. You also waive any right to inspect or approve any interview, photo, image, video and/or audio recording of yourself, taken by PPIHC or the person or entity designated to do so by PPIHC.

As a spectator, race official, volunteer, sponsor, competitor or crew member attending the PPIHC, I agree that while attending the Event, I will adhere to the following filming policy:

In the event of an accident/incident on or off the course, anyone attending the Event, including but not limited to spectators, race officials, volunteers, sponsors and crew members may continue to film/shoot photos only if the driver is able to get out of the vehicle and there are no known injuries to the competitor, or anyone else involved.  If the competitor is trapped in the vehicle, is unconscious or has significant obvious injuries, all parties in the vicinity will immediately cease capturing images either by camera, cell phone, or any other recording device and will instruct others to do the same.

Any images or footage inadvertently captured by any spectator, race official, volunteer, sponsor, crew member or anyone else attending the Event will immediately be turned over to, and become the property of, the PPIHC, their legal representatives, and/or law enforcement.

The PPIHC owns all media (including images, photos, video footage, and audio recordings) and intellectual property rights related to or associated with any crash/incident/or sensitive situation.   The PPIHC may deem any media captured as “restricted” and that media belongs to PPIHC and is for the PPIHC’s exclusive (except as agreed to by PPIHC), perpetual, worldwide usage. This includes any and all Media captured that the PPIHC deems restricted.

You agree that you have been fully informed of your consent, waiver of liability, and release before entering the event.
Port-o-lets are conveniently located at every Spectator Area.
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First Race

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Corners

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