June 30th, 2013 - The 2013 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race has a new champion. Sebastien Loeb of France, nine-time WRC champion, beat last year's record by over a minute. The Fast Lane Car covered the event and got video of Loeb's lightning-hot practice - featured on this page.
"Earlier, six new records were set in the motorcycle division, which was the first portion of the race, which began at 8:00 a.m. (Mountain Time)Sebastien Loeb of France has established the fastest time in the history of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, clocking a record time of 8:13.878, which breaks the old mark of 9:46.164 set by Rhys Millen last year.
Millen has just completed the course in the Unlimited division with a clocking of 9:02.192, well under his course mark last year, and Jean-Philippe Dayraut of France turned a 9:42.740, which was also under the old mark established in 2012.
Loeb roared to the new record in a Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak in the first run in the Unlimited division, the first of the eight automobile divisions in the 91st running of the world’s most famous hill climb and America’s second oldest motorsports race behind the Indianapolis 500." - - Mike Moran, Colorado Springs Sports Corp
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