Sun Valley Tour de Force

Thu, Jul 21st - Sat, Jul 23rd

through Sat, Jul 23rd

July 2022

Various Locations

Sun Valley Tour de Force

The 4th Annual Sun Valley Tour de Force was epic! Eight events in three days including a massive SVTdF Car Show, Tech Inspection, High-Speed runs at Phantom Hill, Cars & Comedy dinner and live auction, and Ride & Drives with sponsors. Drivers brought their Pagani, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Audi, Shelby, Porsche, and more from all over the country to reach their car’s top speed, enjoy the mountain air, and support The Hunger Coalition

Sun Valley Tour de Force is three days of events for car enthusiasts, sponsors and guests. Highlights include runs with no-speed limit at Phantom Hill, the Huckleberry Drive from Ketchum to Smiley Creek Lodge, hosted sponsor events, test drives, a Car Show, and Cars & Comedy, the chief fundraising event of the weekend. Sun Valley Tour de Force raises funds for programming at The Hunger Coalition, a local nonprofit serving community members struggling with food insecurity.

The SVTdF Car Show is a highly anticipated event with supercars, classics, and collectibles on display. Both participants of the SVTdF high-speed event as well as any proud collector are welcome to participate. Approximately 150 cars are invited to enter the Show. This event offers a chance for spectators to check out sponsor cars, purchase SVTdF merchandise, and enjoy local food and beverage specialties. Guests will be entertained with commentary from Peter Bush, veteran radio personality, and SVTdF friend Max Monahan.

IMPORTANT Reminders about Spectating at Phantom Hill

SVTdF does not have a special events permit to host spectators on Phantom Hill, located in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA). Spectators are allowed to recreate and view the event from Phantom Hill, but there will not be any hosted restrooms, tents, bleachers, food trucks, or any services in this area. The Harriman Trail will be closed to motorized vehicles and no parking is allowed on Highway 75. Biking and hiking are allowed, but all spectators will need to be 300 feet off the road when this State Highway 75 is closed for the high-speed event. The road is permitted to be closed for 20 minutes at a time and then opened up to north-bound and south-bound traffic. Highway 75 will have SVTdF volunteers and event personnel monitoring the road to ensure driver’s and spectator’s safety when the road is closed. SVTdF and the event safety crew ask that any and all spectators adhere to these rules to make for a safe event

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