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THE 2014 DAKAR: A BOLIVIAN TONE

THE 2014 DAKAR: A BOLIVIAN TONE

| 21/03/2013 | 0 Comments

For its 35th edition, the 6th to be organised in South America, the Dakar will set off on 5th January from Rosario in Argentina and finish in Valparaiso in Chile on 18th January, after a brief visit to Bolivia, which will become the rally’s 28th host country. The 2014 route, with several marathon stages on […]

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AUSTRALIAN SAFARI COURSE SURVEY

AUSTRALIAN SAFARI COURSE SURVEY

| 01/03/2012 | 0 Comments

The 2012 Australasian Safari is quickly gaining speed, with planning for this year’s event already firmly underway. Road crews have already locked down the first few legs of the race, with the course set to take a different direction to previous years.

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HOMEGROWN WINNERS IN ALL CATEGORIES

HOMEGROWN WINNERS IN ALL CATEGORIES

| 30/09/2011 | 0 Comments

The Australasian Safari has been won by Todd Smith (moto), Steve Riley and co-driver John Doble (auto) and John Maragozidis (quad), each managing to push through seven days of incredibly challenging terrain and distances testing their mental and physical stamina.

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3-TIME DAKAR WINNER GOES OUTBACK

3-TIME DAKAR WINNER GOES OUTBACK

| 21/07/2011 | 0 Comments

Three-time winner of Dakar, Frenchman Cyril Despres, will make his Australian debut at this year’s Australasian Safari. Despres is currently the most accomplished long distance off-road motorbike rider in the world and has finished on the Dakar podium an incredible seven times in the last eight years. Despres said he was looking forward to the challenge of the Australasian Safari: “Australia is […]

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THE WORLD’S TOUGHEST RALLY EVER

THE WORLD’S TOUGHEST RALLY EVER

| 08/05/2011 | 0 Comments

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the start of the the toughest rally of all time, the 1970 World Cup Rally from London to Mexico City, on 20th April gathered about 25-30 of the original participants and organisers, among others team bosses Stuart Turner, Bill Barnett from Ford and Peter Browning, Bill Price from British […]

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