Victory Racing is heading full throttle to the top of the highest-elevation racecourse in motorsports, the 2015 Pikes Peak Hill Climb on June 28. Victory Racing’s “Project 156” – named for the number of turns on the mountain road – features a hand-built race bike powered by a prototype Victory engine. Committed to demonstrating Victory Performance in demanding racing conditions, members of the Victory Engineering team are precision-tuning this race prototype engine to deliver versatile, reliable power to compete at Pikes Peak, where there’s a 4,725-foot elevation change.
The Victory Racing Project 156 bike is being built by Roland Sands Design, which is led by master custom builder and former world champion racer Roland Sands. Veteran racer and Cycle World Road Test Editor Don Canet, who finished third in the motorcycle class at Pikes Peak last year, will pilot the bike.
For more race info, visit www.ppihc.com