David Donohue, a renowned racer, senior vice president of Audrain Motorsport and Linkage contributor, finished first in the Time Attack Class and third overall in the 100th running of the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 26.
Donohue, driving his Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport, finished the 12.42-mile course in 10 minutes and 35.830 seconds.
The course, located near Colorado Springs, CO, climbs 4,725 feet and includes 156 turns. The finish line is at 14,115 feet. This year’s course was foggy and slippery, with water on the road.
The overall winner was UK driver Robin Shute, who finished in 10 minutes and 9.525 seconds in the Unlimited Class.
David Donner of the United States finished second overall in 10 minutes and 34.053 seconds in the Exhibition Class.
Learn more here, and see complete results from this year’s run here.
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