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Rhys Millen places second overall on Hankook tires, beating own world record by 40 seconds.
Zwart does personal best at Pikes Peak for podium finished – Thwarted by rain and snow.
During the 91st running of the world’s most famous hill climb, Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima's title came in the Electric Auto division where he set a new record.
For the first time in the event’s history, a competitor’s first two runs of the week count as qualifying, with subsequent runs classified as practice.
TRD and TMG are working together in an effort to set a new Electric Class record in 2013 with Rod Millen, who set an overall event record that stood for 13 years in 1994 in a Toyota Celica Turbo GT.
After the first two sectors on Wednesday and Thursday, Romain Dumas returned to the third and final segment of the famous Pikes Peak road.
Loeb setting a time of 3m26.728s – 23 seconds ahead of his closest rival, Romain Dumas.
The next stage in the car’s preparation comes with the first tests at Pikes Peak on 15-16 June, prior to the event itself on 30 June.
The beastlike 208 T16 Pikes Peak got a chance at last to stretch its legs for the first time outside the confines of Peugeot Sport’s factory or a closely guarded circuit thanks to a recent test in the south of France with Sebastian Loeb.
Always ready to rise to a fresh challenge, the nine-time World Rally champion Sébastien Loeb and Peugeot Sport will contest the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 30.
The multiple World Rally champion to compete in the 91st edition of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Rod Millen showdown with Monster Tajima in Electric division highlights the 2013 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Millen will enter the unlimited division in 2012 in a new rear-drive Hyundai. Six-time champion Paul Dallenbach will drive Millen’s Genesis Coupe that set an all-time record last year.