BimmerWorld has spent four years building “Bergsteiger” BMW E36 race car to compete at Pikes Peak. During that time it was powered by a twin-turbo 4.4 L P63 V8 capable of around 600 horsepower. Enough power for testing but not enough for racing up Pikes Peak. To solve that they turned to Roush Engines to build a twin-turbo 4.4 L P63 V8 capable of a lot more power. The new engine produced 1,110 horsepower and 1,038 lb-ft of torque to the wheels. We can’t wait to see Bergsteiger racing in two weeks at the 99th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.