The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) has been running since 1916 and is 12.42 miles of highway leading to the 14,115 ft. summit of Pikes Peak. As the drivers race toward the summit, the air thins out and slows drivers’ reflexes and saps their mental and muscle strength, as well as robbing internal combustion engines of up to 30% of their power.
This year, the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb will celebrate its 100th running. Turbo by Garrett will be hosting a photo contest to assemble a collection of the top 100 moments in the history of the race.
The contest rules dictate that to be entered, you must submit your best PPIHC photo via this link for a chance to win some great prizes. You can also share your photos with @TurboByGarret on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #PPIHCTop100. The Honeywell team will select the best and most memorable moments that will then be featured on their social media channels with all credit going to your social media account.
The prizes are:
- One FIRST prize winner will receive a GoPro Session and a $500 credit toward a Garrett turbocharger of their choice and Garrett branded swag pack (t-shirt, decals, etc.)
- One SECOND prize winner will receive a GoPro Session and Garrett branded swag pack (t-shirt, decals, etc.)
- One THIRD prize winner will receive Garrett branded swag pack (t-shirt, decals, etc.)
Dig up your best Pikes Peak International Hill Climb photos, and good luck!