The Pikes Peak Int'l Hill Climb Race started in 1916 and is the second oldest race in America after the Indy 500. This year 150 cars and motorcycles will be competing. The Rocky Mountain Chapter along with Phil Long Audi have put together a "special event" during this weekend race for ACNA members.
Weekend Agenda as follows:
Friday June 24th:
It’s Fan Fest! - A Festive atmosphere filled with fun and excitement for the evening! Downtown Colorado Springs blocks off six city blocks on Tejon Street in the heart of downtown. Phil Long Audi will unveil the all new Audi A6, A7, and A8, as well as have an R8 Spider on display.
Saturday June 25th:
To keep the excitement going, we will be hosting a car show at Phil Long Audi between 10am and 3pm. We are primarily trying to attract Audis (all Audi Car Club members will be invited), and other German made vehicles. To ensure a good turn out, we will also be inviting a few tuner and classic car clubs. During this event, we will have concessions, a stereo contest, prizes, and giveaways. There will be many different categories and each will be judged. During the show, we will also have a live radio remote to enhance the event.
Sunday June 26th RACE DAY:
Meet at Phil Long Audi the morning of the race at 5:45 am sharp for fresh coffee and pastries.
Depart dealership at 6:30 am on charter buses to arrive at hospitality tent at the starting line of the 89th Annual Pikes Peak Int'l Hill Climb. The tent is adjacent to the pits. Food, drink, and closed circuit TV will be provided throughout the day. The race will begin at 9:00am and will last until around 2:30pm. After the race- we’ll get the group together for a picture at the starting line after pictures; guests will reload on the charter buses and will be transported back to Phil Long Audi.
Walt Rohl S1 Rally car-won Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in 1987 and set a new record at the time - beating Bobby Unser's time
General admission tickets available at www.ColoradoSpringsSports.org