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2021 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb 99th Running - Sunday, June 27, 2021

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Colorado Springs, CO – The 99th running of the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo was one for the record books, despite the fact that no records would be set. After a week of early morning practices and qualifying on the 12.42-mile course, on Race Day ice coated the last three miles to the summit causing race officials and organizers to shorten the course. Every competitor would run the same course, from the Start Line to 16 Mile, an 8.29 mile journey. A one-hour start time delay allowed equipment and personnel staged at the 14,115' summit to be moved down to Devils Playground.

"It wasn't the ideal scenario for the 99th running and we tried our best to get the full course open, but Mother Nature would have none of it," said Megan Leatham, Executive Director of the event. "Our officials, timers, competitors and volunteers adhered to our shortened course protocol and we made it happen."  READ MORE :-https://ppihc.org/category/competitor/

2021 Official Overall Results on a Shortened Course - Start Line to 16 Mile

Timing & Scoring provided by North Country Timing & Scoring and LiveTiming.net
99th Running - Sunday, June 27, 2021
The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Brought to you by Gran Turismo



https://ppihc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021-Overall-Results.pdf for full results

All Places UNDER EIGHT (8) Minutes

Place Overall Name Division Place Division Vehicle # Year - Make - Model Total Time
1 Robin Shute 1 Unlimited 49 2018 Wolf GB08 TSC-LT 05:55.246
2 Romain Dumas 1 Time Attack 1 38 2019 Porsche 911 GT2RS Clubsport 06:31.914

Dumas Drives Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport to Time Attack 1 Title at America's Mountain



Colorado Springs, Colorado. Champion Porsche returned to the top of the motorsport mountain on June 27, earning Porsche its 30th lifetime manufacturer's title at Sunday's 99th Running of the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb brought to you Gran Turismo. Piloted by Porsche Factory Driver Romain Dumas (France), the No. 38 Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport earned top-honors in the Time Attack 1 Division at a shortened "Race to the Clouds."

Dumas's time of six-minutes, 31.914-seconds will not count toward the record books as weather forced a shortening of the full race course up Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

3 Paul Dallenbach 1 Open Wheel 98 2006 PVA-003 Dallenbach Special 06:35.663
4 Rhys Millen 2 Time Attack 1 8 2021 Bentley Continental GT3 06:36.281
5 Raphael Astier 1 Pikes Peak Open 991 2015 Porsche BBI Turbo Cup 06:36.867
6 Codie Vahsholtz (R) 2 Open Wheel 18 2013 Ford Open 06:45.301
7 Layne Schranz 2 Pikes Peak Open 7 2016 Chevrolet SS 06:45.351
8 David Donohue 3 Time Attack 1 911 2019 Porsche GT2 RS Clubsport 06:45.893
9 James Clay 3 Pikes Peak Open 36 1996 BMW M3 06:47.509
10 Randy Pobst 1 Exhibition 42 2021 Tesla Model S Plaid 06:57.220
11 Don Wickstrum (R) 2 Unlimited 25 2016 Riley LMP3 06:59.233
12 Thomas Boileau 4 Pikes Peak Open 57 1967 Chevrolet Camaro 06:59.924
13 Dan Novembre 3 Open Wheel 28 2016 Novembre KMHRAL Special 07:00.273
14 William Au-Yeung 3 Unlimited 13 2012 Honda Civic 07:09.960
15 Tim Hardy 5 Pikes Peak Open 326 1987 BMW E30 07:10.545
16 Nick Robinson 2 Exhibition 173 2017 Acura NSX 07:14.704
17 Rodney O'Maley 4 Open Wheel 65 2018 O'Maley Special Spec VI 07:25.510
18 David Meyer 6 Pikes Peak Open 24 2016 Palatov D2TT 07:25.715
19 Tanner Foust 1 Porsche Trophy By Yokohama 34 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport 07:28.269
20 James Robinson 4 Time Attack 1 902 2019 Acura NSX 07:28.766
21 Derek Boyd 4 Unlimited 72 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X 07:30.028
22 Laura Hayes (R) 5 Time Attack 1 22 2021 BMW M2CSR 07:35.773
23 Robb Holland 5 Unlimited 47 2018 Audi S3 07:40.939
24 Laurent Millara (R) 6 Time Attack 1 19 2008 Porsche 911 GT3 07:43.515
25 Andy Kingsley 7 Pikes Peak Open 96 2002 Porsche 911 Twin Turbo 07:45.614
26 Cameron Ingram (R) 2 Porsche Trophy By Yokohama 9 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport 07:49.515
27 Jordan Guitar 3 Exhibition 735 2021 Acura TLX 07:53.615
28 David Hackl 7 Time Attack 1 2 1983 Audi A1 Quattro 07:53.717
29 Scott Crouch 8 Time Attack 1 429 2014 Subaru WRX 07:54.096
30 Steve Zimmer (R) 9 Time Attack 1 86 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 07:55.717
31 Brett Dickie (R) 6 Unlimited 29 2000 Honda S2000 07:58.078
32 Gregoire Blachon 4 Exhibition 20 2021 VW Bug Proto TRI-TDI Diesel 07:58.661
33 Steve Goeglein 7 Unlimited 27 2002 Chevrolet Camaro 07:58.931
34 Zachary Lumsden 8 Pikes Peak Open 413 2009 Mitsubishi EVO X/Ralliart 07:59.197
35 Kathryn Mead 3 Porsche Trophy By Yokohama 50 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport 07:59.457

Race Date Settings
Posted Online: September 16, 2020
Last Updated: September 16, 2020
(Subject to Change)

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

Year                      Date                    Fan Fest
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2022                  June 26th            June 24th  (100th running)
2023                  June 25th            June 23rd
2024                  June 30th            June 28th
2025                  June 29th            June 27th
2026                  June 28th            June 26th

Now Available on the Official PPIHC YouTube Channel  https://youtu.be/qNtFzerV15M
Pikes Peak Live, Presented by Mobil1 Check out the 2021 Event Livestream
Colorado Springs, CO – If you missed any of the racing action on Pikes Peak – America's Mountain on June 27th, the 99th running of the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, catch it all now on the Official PPIHC You Tube Channel.

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.

2021 Pikes Peak - America's Mountain
Highway Protocol Bulletin
Posted Online: December 7, 2020
Last Updated: December 7, 2020
(Subject to Change)
Pikes Peak - America's Mountain is a public toll road 364 days of the 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.
During all practice, qualifying and testing sessions, the following must be observed by all
competitors and their crews:
 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 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 as well as
denying access to the Highway by Pikes Peak - America's Mountain staff.
 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.
 The road is turned over to Pikes Peak - America's Mountain at 8:30am on all tire
testing weekends and practice/qualifying days. Competitors must be prepared to
depart their designated pit area by 9:00am on all days.
 During practice and testing, if a competitor leaves the lower section before
8:30am, they must use extreme caution when going downhill as tourists and
fishermen will be driving up from the Gateway to both Crystal Reservoir and the
North Slope Recreation area at the Catamount Road during this time.
 When testing and practice sessions are over, it is imperative to remember that
tourists are driving up the Pikes Peak Highway and that the road is open to the
general public. Two-way traffic rules will be in place and competitors must use
extreme caution when going downhill, especially when approaching the Crystal
Reservoir Parking Lot.
 During Race Week, if competitors wish to spend additional time on Pikes Peak -
America's Mountain past 9:00am they must exit the Pikes Peak Highway and reenter through the Gateway after paying the regular toll fee.
 One (1) Free Admission Voucher (yellow) to Pikes Peak – America's Mountain
will be included in your registration packet.
 If you will be in Colorado Springs prior to Race Week, and want to drive the Pikes
Peak Highway, you will need to pay the toll fee with each use. Drivers must obey
all posted speed limits and traffic laws. Annual passes are available for purchase
from the Pikes Peak Highway if you plan to access the mountain frequently.
 Only street legal cars (not trailers) will be allowed on the Pikes Peak Highway
during regular public hours. Drivers must obey all posted speed limits and traffic
laws. If any competitor is found on the mountain, without having paid the toll fee
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.
NO SMOKING POLICY:
Pikes Peak – America's Mountain is 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.
- The Older I get, the FASTER I WENT!