Sun Valley Tour de Force organizers will be hosting a live, modified event this summer, July 22–24 due to the pandemic, and planning will continue to adjust.
“We are having conversations with Ketchum’s chief of police, local event organizers, and the city council on allowable crowd sizes and restrictions. Currently, the State of Idaho has a restriction of 50-people gatherings, but we are doing everything we can to host our car show this summer,” the organization said.
SVTdF won’t be officially hosting spectators on Phantom Hill this year. However, as always, this is a public Sawtooth National Recreation Area and anyone can recreate in the area at a safe distance from the road.
“Sponsors have been coming out of the woodwork and we are on the cusp of announcing some very cool partnerships,” the organization said.