Competitors Revealed for '24 Pikes Peak Hill Climb - Engine Builder Magazine

Competitors Revealed for ’24 Pikes Peak Hill Climb

The 2024 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, brought to you by Gran Turismo, has announced this year’s elite field of 74 competitors. Since it was first contested in 1916, the PPIHC has welcomed world class drivers and cutting edge racing technology, while maintaining its grassroots feel. This year, 21 drivers based in Colorado will challenge the mountain. 

“We couldn’t be happier with the caliber of entries we received,” says Melissa Eickhoff, PPIHC Executive Director. “Once again, we had considerably more applications than the number of competitors we could accept, but our selection committee did a phenomenal job of vetting each driver and their vehicle. Spectators can expect to see some returning Kings of the Mountain, an exciting new Pikes Peak GT4 by Yokohama division, and 20 promising rookies who hope to conquer this 14,115-foot mountain.”

Check out the list of drivers for 2024.

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