As the year draws to a close there is still time to submit a nomination for the Pikes Peak Hill Climb Museum Hall of Fame. Anyone who shares a passion for speed and competition, in addition to a great respect for Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain, is eligible for a Hall of Fame nomination including competitors, organizers, race officials, members of the press and volunteers.
Thirty exceptional individuals have been inducted to the Hall of Fame from top names in auto racing, including Unser, Millen, Tajima, and Zwart to highly successful local competitors such as Vahsholtz, Donner, Schranz, and Durelle. Every member has been chosen for their outstanding contribution to this iconic race. The 2020 inductees included individuals representing many aspects of the sport.
Al Unser – Auto Racing Legend and Pikes Peak Champion
Carlin Dunne – Motorcycle Champion and Inspiring Mentor
Art Walsh – 40-year Finish Line Flagman and Volunteer
Stanley DeGeer – Race Historian and Author
William J. Hybl – Visionary Community Leader and Benefactor
The 2022 inductees will be celebrated during Race Week leading up to the 100th Running of the Race to the Clouds on June 26, 2022.