Check out the highlights from Mountain Dew Presents PakWheels Snow Cross Rally 2019


Mountain Dew presented PakWheels Snow Cross Rally 2019 in support with Frontier 4×4 club on 28th and 29th December 2019 at Swat Kalam.

Surely this was an adrenaline-pumping event, and Shakeel Barki grabbed the first spot in Category A, completing the track in 1:42:03 time frame. See the complete results below:

Prizes were distributed among the winners, see the pictures below:

Pakistan is undoubtedly a beautiful country. It is filled with every kind of natural beauty you can imagine. From the thick forests to deserts, to the rivers, to the snow-covered mountains, we have everything in this amazing land.

The northern areas of Pakistan have started to see an increased number of tourists as compared to the previous years, thanks to the continuously improving peace, road network, and people becoming aware of the demanding driving and road conditions. And to bring the area into more limelight, the 2019 annual Snow Cross Rally was held on 28th and 29th December 2019. Note here that this time over 60 vehicles participated in the event.

Last year, Frontier 4×4 Club, in collaboration with Mountain Dew, organized annual Snow Cross Rally in Naran. In the previous iteration of the rally, Nasir Khan, with his Raptor bagged the first place. Mountain Dew and PakWheels are always at the front of organizing motorsports events in the country. They always try to project a better image of the country to the outside world. And it is indeed one of its kind events in the country where racers fight to reach the final point while going through dangerous terrains. The way they defy all odds and drive their machines through snow and mountains is a treat to watch.

Our country has been going through tough times lately, and the previous few years, especially, have been difficult. Helping organize such events not only brings healthily and positive activity to the people but also shines a light on the hopeful future of our country.

We hope to see such events in the northern areas of Pakistan more and more.


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