60 year old, Nobuhiro "Monster" Tajima won the 89th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this past weekend, becoming the first person to break the Colorado course's elusive 10 minute mark. Tajima has now won the race 6 times in a row and 11 times total dating back to 1988. He broke [More...] his previous record time by 10 seconds, reaching the 14,107 ft. summit in 9 minutes, 51.278 seconds in his CRAZY GoPro sponsored Suzuki SX4. This machine packs a twin turbocharged 3.1-liter V6 producing 912 bhp and 656 lb-ft of torque! This year marks the final time the race will be run with the current paved/gravel set up as the course will be fully paved for next year. Undoubtedly this will result in lower times and a change in race cars. Check out the below video for "Monster's" complete record-breaking run... Video: “Monster” Tajima breaks the 10 minute mark at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb. | Unofficial Networks

Video: "Monster" Tajima breaks the 10 minute mark at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb.

Video: "Monster" Tajima breaks the 10 minute mark at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb.

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Video: "Monster" Tajima breaks the 10 minute mark at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb.

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60 year old, Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima won the 89th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this past weekend, becoming the first person to break the Colorado course’s elusive 10 minute mark. Tajima has now won the race 6 times in a row and 11 times total dating back to 1988. He broke his previous record time by 10 seconds, reaching the 14,107 ft. summit in 9 minutes, 51.278 seconds in his CRAZY GoPro sponsored Suzuki SX4. This machine packs a twin turbocharged 3.1-liter V6 producing 912 bhp and 656 lb-ft of torque! This year marks the final time the race will be run with the current paved/gravel set up as the course will be fully paved for next year. Undoubtedly this will result in lower times and a change in race cars. Check out the below video for “Monster’s” complete record-breaking run…

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