Colorado Springs, CO – Catch the inaugural episode of Turn 156 with our hosts Robb Holland and Mitch Snow as they share historic highlights, memorable moments and build backstories.
When: Friday, June 11 (and every Friday in June at noon MDT)
Where: Spotify – or wherever you listen to podcasts
- A quick history of the Race to the Clouds
- The story behind Bobby Unser’s 1986 “King of the Mountain” run
- The .017 second difference between Rhys Millen and Romain Dumas in 2012
- Their 2021 competitor preview and King of the Mountain predictions
- And much more!
ABOUT THE PIKES PEAK INTERNATIONAL HILL CLIMB
First staged in 1916, the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the second oldest race in America. The invitation-only event, often referred to as The Race to the Clouds is held annually on the last Sunday of June on Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain, near Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. The famous 12.42-mile course consists of 156 turns, boasts an elevation gain of 4,725 feet, and reaches a finish line at 14,115 feet above sea level. 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. The 100th Running of this iconic motorsports event will take place in 2022.
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