Snowmobiles Redefine The Winter Sports
Snowmobiles Redefine The Winter Sports in ” Frozen Rush “
Mountains covered with snow in winter associate the CII sports requisites like skates, bob sled, snowboard and nowadays with snowmobiles.
Where if not in America, slowly but surely.
Winter Sports on four wheels is born, with the rules undertaken by skiing. With the support of the Red Bull in ski resort Sandy River, a remote place two hours’ drive from Boston , will host the first game called ” Frozen Rush ” . Upon the initiative of the 49- year-old a former champion in motocross and Super-star Ricky Jones was held this competition in who is not important only the readiness of the vehicles, but it is a necessary driver, in addition to the great skill, to be cold like the snow.
The match took part in eight specially prepared pick-up vehicles with engines upgraded and elevated to 900 hp. The path for the game is in the length of 1,600 meters in which is climbing in the hills on Ski tracks with specially prepared jumps and obstacles, with ski slalom and downhill.
For this game technique and the drivers are brought to an extreme limit, so every vehicle has to fulfill certain prescribed technical requirements. Any vehicle got to have 4 weal drives and to be fitted with spiked tires manufactured by BF Goodrich.
For the excitement and adrenaline to be higher, the next big thing is that all the drivers will compete directly to the same track on the trail, which would resemble the gladiatorial battle in the snowy arena.
In this format, the organizers believe that they will attract a far greater publicity and interest in these contests. However, common sense will prevail, or maybe not. International authority in motorcycle sport and auto club in the United States, which is the largest body of the organization of the races in America, did not approve neither the race nor the way to the game plan, but to participate in the regulatory and security structures in order such contests to obtain the right format and contestants for the audience.