Colorado Springs isn’t just known for its beautiful mountain scenery, outdoor activities, and Pikes Peak. It’s also got a huge military population including one of the most well-known facilities in the world.
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There are breathtaking views everywhere you look in Colorado Springs. The city sits right at the base of the Rocky Mountains and one of the nation’s most famous landmarks, Pikes Peak.
While many race fans in Alabama are familiar with NASCAR by watching races at the Talladega Superspeedway, there are some key difference between those races and the one at Pikes Peak.
When you bring together three separate race teams, all in the OPTIMA Batteries family, who outside of the cars are friends but behind the wheel, they want to win, you’re bound to have some trash talk before the Race to the Clouds begins.
Alabama News Network and Bahakel Sports are bringing you live streaming coverage of the 99th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on Sunday. Here’s an inside look at what makes this race unique.
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado is right around the corner and one North Carolina native is racing in it for the very first time.
A driver from Upstate South Carolina is among 60 from around the world taking part in the Race to the Clouds next weekend.
Racer Derek Boyd, a resident of Mebane, North Carolina, will be competing in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 27. Boyd has competed in the Race to the Clouds since 2014 and finished second place in last year’s event.
A driver from Huntersville, North Carolina is among 60 from around the world who will take part in the Race To The Clouds on June 27th. Johan Schwartz says racing has always been in his blood, even as a child growing up in Denmark.