The 101st Pikes Peak International Hill Climb has come and gone, and for Drivers Inc., it was a mixed event.

Paul Dallenbach was prepared to resume his storied career at Pikes, but in the weeks leading up to the race, his car was beset by issues.

As he documented on Instagram, the 98 was plagued by electric problems. Two miles into the race, they had to call it a day.

In contrast, it was a banner day for Tanner Foust, whose car was an incredible collaboration between Optima Batteries, Yokohama Tires and Radford Motors.

Tanner took first in the Exhibition division, and while his winning run isn’t online, he posted his last practice run to Instagram. It’s pretty breathtaking.