Pikes Peak. The Power of the Mountain. The Millen Era

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Pikes Peak Hill Climb. It get’s under your skin and calls you. The Millen family knows this curse all too well as the whispers from the hill drew Rod Millen there from New Zealand all those years ago. His impenetrable record stood for years however the family name has been missing from the hall of fame for too long.

In two months time Rhys promises to bring the hill climb record back to the Millen family. However this time rather than using a production based Hyundai (drift car) he is building from scratch an unlimited class car, powered by a Hyundai engine!

Pikes Peak is going to be epic this year and if crankandpiston can pull a budget together (hint) we will most definitely be heading up that hill to capture the moments.

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