|Pikes Peak Hill Climb|
|Circuit Length||4,181 metres (2.598 mi)|
|Track Type||Real World Location|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo 2|
|Fastest Lap (real)||Sébastien Loeb (8:13.378) in Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak (2013) - IC engine
Romain Dumas (7:57.148) in Volkswagen I D R (2018) - Electric
|Selected Others||Nobuhiro Tajima (9:51.278) (2011)
Rod Millen (10:04.060) (1994)
Peter “karelpipin” N. (1:38.871) (2009) (Maybe w wall contacts) taken from https://cyberscore.me.uk/chart/32263
Pikes Peak Hill Climb is a point-to-point rally track from Gran Turismo 2. The track is based on the real hill climb competition which takes place in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. Only a part of the real track is used and its not faithful to the real one. Dirt Tyres are required to drive the course.
Although Gran Turismo 5 had this track, it was hidden and can't be open by normal means. A modification was needed to play this course after the Spec II update. This track was barebone in Gran Turismo 5 that used textures directly ported from Gran Turismo 2 meaning that many textures were missing as it scaled in PS1 resolutions.