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Motorcycle-Only Results from the 94th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb: P.I.C. Name Class Lap Time Machine 1 Bruno Langlois Pikes Peak Heavyweight 10:13.106 Kawasaki 1 Don Canet PPC-Electric Bike 10:17.813 Victory 1 Jeremy Toye PPC-Exhibition Powersport 10:19.777 Victory 2 Rennie Scaysbrook (R) Pikes Peak Heavyweight 10:28.407 KTM 3 Shane Scott Pikes Peak Heavyweight 10:35.953 KTM 1 Kris Lillegard Pikes Peak Middleweight 10:46.406 MV Agusta 1 Davey Durelle Pikes Peak Lightweight 10:55.288

The fastest motorcyclist up Pikes Peak this year, Jeremy Toye upset the Ducati contingency in the “Open” class, with his stellar 9 minute 58.687 second race to the clouds, aboard his Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R superbike.

A newcomer to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Toye also laid claim to the “Rookie of the Year” title with his impressive pace. So, sit back and take a ride up Pikes Peak’s 12.42 mile course, with its 156 turns and 4,720 feet of elevation change, courtesy of Toye and Kawasaki. This is probably as close as you’ll get to the event from now on.

Defying the odds against him, Ian Hutchinson has won the 2013 Macau GP, beating fierce competitor Michael Rutter in the shortened race. Hutchinson took the lead from Rutter on the fourth lap of fifteen, though a crash on the eleventh lap by Dean Harrison brought the Macau GP to an early end. Thankfully Harrison was unhurt by the crash, though his bike was in the middle of the course, and forced race officials to red flag the race. Despite the premature ending, there can be no question that it was Hutchinson’s day, as the man from Bingley had a solid two-second gap over Rutter. “It’s probably one of the most special wins I’ve ever had with what’s gone on in the last few years, but hopefully now I can move on to carrying on back where I left off three years ago,” said Hutchinson after the race.