A trio of Honda NSXs will be heading into the clouds of Colorado at the annual Pikes Peak hill climb, its 12.4-mile course running to 4300-metres into the sky.
Their progress is being keenly watched by NSX project manager Ted Klaus, who I caught up with at Goodwood.
They are no normal NSXs. Well, one is, but the other two are concept versions: one is all-electric with four independently controlled motors, and the other is a stripped-out version of the regular production hybrid NSX.
Klaus, somewhat of a hill climb expert himself due to regular competition in them with his father, hinted that Honda was closely tracking the progress of both cars as it decides how to evolve the NSX.