Volkswagen and Romain Dumas made history at Pikes Peak this weekend. Not only did they beat the previous electric-only record by almost exactly a minute, but the VW I.D. R‘s… Read More »
Back in March, Volkswagen teased us with some images of its newest racer. Now it’s revealed all, with some juicy numbers too. For a start, the racer uses a pair… Read More »
Volkswagen has revealed the car it hopes will take it to the top of the racing world, quite literally. It’s called the I.D. R Pikes Peak and, as the name… Read More »
Suzuki, Audi, and Toyota are all names closely associated with the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Now Bentley is looking to add its name to the list. For the 2018… Read More »
Once again Ken Block is back for one of his hooning videos, this time on asphalt after last month’s Terrakhana. With partnership from Toyo Tires, Block hits the famous Pikes Peak… Read More »
Those hoping to recreate some of this season’s WRC will be left wanting, with both cars and tracks being off-limits.
The daunting Race To The Clouds is all Polyphony’s now.
A Eurogamer interview with Codemasters provides a surprising bit of news about Gran Turismo instead.
The 94th run to the Peak recently finished, with the Le Mans-winning French driver scoring the best time in the Unlimited class.
Polyphony President will pace the event behind the wheel of an Acura, a company bringing a lot of firepower to this year’s Race to the Clouds.
The famed climb to the clouds in Colorado is still a part of the GT plan, according to Polyphony.
The Pikes Peak record holder will be coming to the GT series sometime in the future, says Kazunori Yamauchi.
The most famous and dangerous rally race in the world announces Gran Turismo sponsorship, suggesting the track may return to the series.
A bizarre post on the official Red Bull blog casually and confidently discusses the Pikes Peak hill climb course in GT5 with rally star Rhys Millen. Is it an editorial mistake or a big hint of what’s to come?