The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb has given rabid auto fans and the most daring racers in the country cliff-edge thrills since 1916. This year's 99th edition was no different. More than 40,000 people gathered on the Colorado mountain this past weekend to watch 130 high-powered cars and motorcycles run the 12.42-mile course straight up the side of the mountain. Contestants hit speeds of 150 mph on the way up—with not even a guard rail to shield them along the way.
Each year thousands of guests dressed in their summer best flock to England's Goodwood Festival of Speed, a three-day celebration of classic cars and adrenaline-fueled motoring. The event is led by Lord March, a much-loved auto enthusiast who owns the rural Goodwood Estate an hour outside London. Highlights include a hill climb race, a supercar run, and an extensive motorcar show
Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Betty Liu report on Bill Gross's tenure at Janus Capital. Fu and Liu speak on “Bloomberg Markets.” (Source: Bloomberg)
RBC Capital's Jonathan Golub discusses the Greek debt crisis and its impact on U.S. stocks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)