Yes, Twitter does have uses besides satisfying the ADD of adolescent girls. Aside from helping protesters in Iran organize, giving real-time updates from the Haiti earthquake, and allowing politicians to update their constituents, Team Johnny Killmore joined the ranks to allow friends and fans to keep up with the action. You can head to www.twitter.com/johnnykillmore and do not need to join to view. A message of 120 characters or less can be sent from the team by cell phone, and will appear instantly. Much more reliable than a laptop, it is also much more convenient. During normal races, the same texts and questions come flooding in and out, and it’s likely the Pikes Peak Hill Climb will be no different.
So, if you want to see what’s going on with the event, go to www.ppihc.com and look for almost-live timing updates in the competitor information. If you want up-to-minute information specifically on Team Johnny Killmore, go to www.twitter.com/johnnykillmore .