Watch the Live Web Feed of the 38th Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climbfrom Jackson Hole, Wyoming March 21-24, 2013
Jackson, WY — Until now, unless you could travel to Jackson Hole to watch the best of the best compete for King of the Hill honors you had to wait for the video to come out. Now you can watch live at http://www.snowdevils.org/hc2013Live.htm and enjoy from the warmth and comfort of your own home. You won’t miss a minute and will see the live racing closer than ever!
"We are excited to offer the live web feed this year and believe it will be a popular link on our web site", shares Snow Devil's club President Heidi Tobin. "Plus it will introduce this sport and competition to a new, web-based audience." In addition to the new live web feed we will also be adding a second Jumbotron in the ball field for those spectators.
The racing schedule for this year’s World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb and live web feed is:
Thursday, March 21, 2013
9:30 am Racing begins for Non-Pro Masters, Amateurs, Semi-Pro, RMSHA Juniors, Women’s 2:00 pm Pro Only Dash for Cash side by side $50.00 entry–winner takes half and Snow Devils take the other half to give to the charity of their choice. Tentative.
Friday, March 22, 2013
8:00 am All Stock and Improved Stock Classes Qualifying All Semi-Pro Classes, Women’s, Amateurs and Non-Pro Masters Finals All RMSHA Juniors will final to the first catwalk
Saturday, March 23, 2013
8:00 am All Mod Classes Qualifying
Sunday, March 24, 20138:00 am Finals and “King of the Mountain” runs
A full schedule of events, including all non-racing activities, can be found at http://www.snowdevils.org/HCSchedule.htm. The web site also features updated information, live race results, sponsors and more for the 38th Annual World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb.
About the Jackson Hole Snow Devil's
The Jackson Hole Snow Devils' mission is to educate the public concerning winter activities and sports, and to raise funds for other charitable and educational purposes, including making donations to other charitable organizations described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and awarding scholarships. The Organization has, and intends to continue, to provide educational courses concerning winter activities (specifically avalanche training), and to raise money for other charitable organizations and for educational scholarships, primarily from its annual Hill Climb event.