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The 2013 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is in the books, and so are a lot of new records. It was a 16-hour workday for drivers and spectators, and we spent almost 12 of that at 4,300 metres (14,110 feet) trying to stay hydrated and sane. The biggest news has already made it around the world, ...
Nobuhiro Monster Tajima went to the 2011 Pikes Peak hill climb with a singular goal in mind: Run from start to finish in less than ten minutes. GoPro bet heavily on the Monster, and covered his car with a flock of logos and a gaggle of cameras. The GoPro team worked quickly to put together video ...
The man known as Monster Tajima once ran all 20 kilometres of Pikes Peak in 10:01.408. That was 2007. Four years later, Tajima-san is back to make the trip in even less time. Is a sub-nine-minute time in the cards for the 2011 International Pikes Peak Hill Climb? Nobuhiro Tajima and his team ...