By on April 16, 2013

A quarter of a century ago, Ari Vanaten attacked Pikes Peak in the legendary Peugeot 405 T16, and the resulting footage of the attempt led to the renowned documentary “Climb Dance”.  For 2013, Peugeot will be back at Pikes Peak with the appropriately named 208 T16. Piloting the 208 T16 will be WRC ace Sebastian Loeb, which should make the 208 T16 a formidable contender on that basis alone.

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4 Comments on “Peugeot Does The Climb Dance Once Again...”


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    DenverMike

    Pikes Peak is now paved all the way up so it lost 100% of it’s appeal. The Sierra Club filed suit, saying the dust and gravel going over the side was “ruining the Alpine Environment”. Now because of the speeds, cars are literally flying off the roadway, knocking down trees and spilling all types of fluids and oils.

    This is another excellent vid

    youtube.com/watch?v=K8nptFx1jug


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