Revvolution is excited to announce an enthusiast experience unlike anything else by combining the 'modified lifestyle' nightlife with the passion for the automotive industry.
Welcome to the official Team Revvolution coverage of the 2015 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Manufacturer’s Association) Show in Sin City, Las Vegas, Nevada! The SEMA Show is a yearly industry-only event bringing together the brightest minds, hottest products and most progressive builds under the 3.2 million square-foot roof of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Friday was the final day of practice and qualifying for the competitors in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC). With one remaining group of classes yet to be covered, Team Revvolution cruised up to the middle of the mountain, where we shot the classes’ final sessions before race day on Sunday. With our attention back on the racecar competitors, we covered the Pikes Peak Open, Open Wheel, Electric, Exhibition, and Pikes Peak Vintage classes.
We had an exclusive opportunity to shoot and cover a private testing day for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. On the ticket were Sébastien Loeb, Rhys Millen, Fred Veitch, Robert Prilika, Jeff Zwart, David Donner, Chris Lennon, Carlin Dunne, and Greg Tracy. This was the first opportunity this year for any of these drivers to complete a full ascent to the top of the mountain in a single session.
The final two days of TX2K13, affectionately known as “The Days of Drag,” were a perfect way to close out a nearly flawless event. In stark contrast to last year, no major equipment failures, accidents, or inclement weather caused any serious delays allowing the races to proceed without incident. But we don't want to imply that the event wasn't exhilarating – quite the contrary. If speeds in excess of 170MPH, the deafening crack of two-step and rev limiters and the smell of race gas all elevate your blood pressure to an unprecedented level, then the TX2K Days of Drag are definitely for you.