29 Jun '11, 8am

“Monster” Tajima breaks 10 minute barrier at Pikes Peak

“Monster” Tajima breaks 10 minute barrier at Pikes Peak

Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima has become the first person to break the fabled 10 minute barrier at Pikes Peak. The 60-year-old steered his SX4 race car to a record time of 9 minutes, 51.278 seconds to record his sixth consecutive outright win at the international hill climb. Click to enlarge Tajima had to overcome serious mechanical issues on his record-breaking run, in this case a blown radiator and a sudden loss of power steering in the final part of run up the 19.9 km-long course. Click to enlarge A fixture at the event since 1988, Tajima has now won the unlimited division a record 11 times, all behind the wheel of Suzuki vehicles. Click to enlarge This year’s win in the turbocharged 912 hp and 890 Nm 3.0 litre V6 Monster Special Pikes Peak SX4 maintains an unbeaten run that now stretches back to 2003.

Full article: http://paultan.org/2011/06/29/monster-tajima-breaks-10-mi...

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