Climb Dance, the rally-porn film celebrating the Pikes Peak Hill Climb victories of Ari Vatanen in 1988 and Robby Unser in 1989 - and including footage from both drives - has been remastered in high definition. It was commissioned by Peugeot, maker of the four-wheel steering 415 T16 Grand Raid, the racecar that took both drivers to the top to overall victories.

Peugeot will be hoping that Sébastien Loeb can dance the same way next month when he runs up the now-paved mountain in his 208. You'll find the breathtaking remastered Climb Dance below, as well as tribute the Motor Trend made with Marcus Gronholm in a Ford Fiesta back in 2009. Enjoy.






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      TangoR34
      • 1 Year Ago
      Drifts into the middle of the apex Takes a hand of the wheel to block the sun while drifting an 800hp car carries on not a single damn was given
      Zeus
      • 1 Year Ago
      Classic, iconic, mesmerizing, like a shot of adrenaline straight to the heart. What more can be said about this film. Thank you for the update on a legendary classic and for the upload Autoblog. Awesome video that reminds us of a time when respect was about having balls, not sliding around cones and segways.
      John Switzer
      • 1 Year Ago
      And they say that NASCAR is exciting? HA!
      Philip P Waress
      • 1 Year Ago
      i could watch these all day
      fred vissicchio
      • 1 Year Ago
      i have a 2002 lincoln continental ce and get 25 miles per gallon every day .why did ford quit this model?it is better than most of the cars out there at this time.BRING IT BACK FORD !!!!!!
      Andy M
      • 1 Year Ago
      Not to slant Marcus Gronholm, the ace that he is/was, but his version has nothing on the Ari Vatanen version. The sound, the slides, the conditions, the bug splat on the windscreen are amazing on the original; the Motor Trend tribute starts out promising, but doesn't deliver as much. Irrespective of the videos, Pikes Peak Hill Climb is in a category of its own. I can't wait to see Monsieur Loeb's dance.
      Marc-O
      • 1 Year Ago
      405, not 415...
      Ryan
      • 1 Year Ago
      I think it's really a shame that they paved the entire road. Sure the times are quicker, but to me it loses a lot of appeal. Also, as far as recordkeeping go, I definitely feel there should be BT (Before Tarmac) and PT (Post Tarmac) records.