Program, "25th Annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb," Labor Day, September 1, 1947

Summary

This program from 1947 contains an airplane view of the 12.42 mile Pikes Peak Hill Climb course. To do well, drivers must memorize 156 turns as they ascend 4270 feet to the top.

This program from 1947 contains an airplane view of the 12.42 mile Pikes Peak Hill Climb course. To do well, drivers must memorize 156 turns as they ascend 4270 feet to the top.

Artifact

Program (Document)

Date Made

1947

Subject Date

1 September 1947

Creators

Pikes Peak Hill Climb Association 

Place of Creation

United States, Colorado, Colorado Springs 

Creator Notes

Made for the Pikes Peak Hill Climb Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Collection Title

Bobby Unser Papers 

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

2009.123.143

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Bobby Unser.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 10.75 in

Width: 7.875 in

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