What is the Sun Valley Tour de Force? In my humble opinion it's an opportunity for those that are blessed financially to give to those in need while doing something they love. A lot of the time people that have super cars or exotics are considered cold, rich snobs who only care about themselves. This event proves otherwise as all the money raised from this event goes to the Hunger Coalition, a local 501(c)3 non profit organization ( more on that below).

Now let's talk about the actual event. This is no ordinary car show. If you love cars you're going to love all six events over the three day period that make up the Tour de Force. Yes there is a car show, a cruise, a comedy night but the main attraction is the high speed runs at Phantom Hill, where 3.2 miles of state highway becomes a no-speed limit zone. According to their site "In 2019, all previously recorded speed records were broken when a Bugatti Chiron hit 253.01mph." Can you imagine maxing out your sports car on a public road without having to worry about the breaking the law and possibly going to jail? In my mind, It's well worth the price of admission and definitely something fun to witness. If you love next level super cars and exotics this is a weekend to indulge. The fourth annual Sun Valley Tour de Force takes place on July 22-24. Get tickets to the different events here.

If you're curios as to what the hunger coalition is all about read below:

"The Hunger Coalition (THC) currently serves over 18% of the county – just under 4,000 people, half of whom are children- and manages over ten food-related programs including a food pantry, community farm and garden, and children’s food programs. While the organization is currently serving 1 in 6 local people, studies show that 1 in 3 are considered food insecure or one crisis away."

 

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