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Ken Gushi Will Drive GReddy Racing FR-S at Pikes Peak

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GReddy Racing FR-SScion has enlisted the services of vet driver Ken Gushi to pilot the GReddy Racing FR-S at the 92nd annual Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on Sunday.

If Gushi’s name sounds familiar to Pikes Peak fans, that’d be because he won the 2013 Exhibition Auto Class at the wheel of a Lexus ISF CCS-R. This year, he’ll be piloting the FR-S in the Time Attack 1 Division for production-based two-and four-wheelers.

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Gallery: Ken Gushi’s GReddy Racing FR-SGReddy Racing FR-S

Gushi knows the 12.42-mile, 156-turn course well, and he’ll be looking to make a statement from behind the wheel of one of the most exciting vehicles on the market today.

“No race on earth is quite like the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, and I can’t wait to conquer it in a car I love: the Scion FR-S,” Gushi said. “Every turn of this course requires the best performance out of the driver and vehicle, and racing fans will love what they see.”

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Gushi’s GReddy Racing FR-S returns the same suspension used in last year’s race with a number of new safety and performance add-ons and an engine modded to create 500 horsepower and 480 lb-ft of torque.

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Source: Scion