Want to watch the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb but can’t make it to Colorado? Don’t worry, because there are plenty of other ways to follow the action. In previous years, the PPIHC event has been live streamed directly over the internet, but this year you’re going to have to be a little more creative if you want to get in on the action. Don’t worry, because while there may not be a free live stream available, there are plenty of ways that won’t cost you a penny.
2019 will mark the 97th anniversary of the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, and over the past few years, interest has been growing to serious proportions. So here’s the best way to follow the action if you’re unable to make the event.
Get The Pikes Peak Live Stream For 2019
The usual livestream with matchsports.com is subject to a regular subscription fee. While $4.99 is a small price to pay for some excellent motorsporting action, it’s not available to everyone. So how else can you get involved?
Firstly, you should get YouTube up on screen. Why? While it won’t have the same kind of coverage you’d get from the likes of matchsports.com, the PPHIC crew be uploading in-car and bike-cam footage directly from the drivers, complete with post-race interviews and more! These videos and clips will be available directly from the Pikes Peak Channel found here.
Another great resource is the local radio from the area. KRDO will be broadcasting a live stream of the entire race, and will be broadcasting updates on Good Morning Colorado and other news outlets. The radio stream is available by visiting KRDO here.
For more action, it’s worth following KRDO’s live blog too. They’ll be posting the results as they come in, and
keeping track of any records set and any others broken. The live blog can be found here.
What about a free app? The PPIHC, in partnership with Gran Turismo and MYLAPS, has come up with a new app for racing fans to download and enjoy, which covers the social media buzz around the race, live tracking on the running order, live access to KRDO’s radio coverage, and live timing too. Available for Android and iOS, this is an essential download for any fans of the legendary Race to the Clouds.
Lastly, for up to the minute updates and every little bit of news available, check out The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb website here.
With more and more motorsports events becoming too costly to watch on TV, it’s nice that the PPIHC crew have decided to find alternative ways for fans to enjoy this world class racing event. Thanks very much!