Rally Mongolia covers over 3,700 km

Cyclists rally in UB on completion of the cross-country race
The Rally Mongolia started from Ulaanbaatar City on August 9 and finished on August 17 covering eight days and 3,700km. American Rally Ace Jonah Street dominated the navigation race, taking four-outof- seven individual stage victories and maintaining more than a threehour advantage at the finish over N. Lkhamaa, the nearest bike competitor. There were 37 motorcyclists and 18 crews of cars from six countries participating in the Mongolia rally. In the car classification, Mongolia’s four crews took the first four places. In this rally which was previously called Rally Raid, T. Sugawara and S. Suzuki raced with a ‘Hino’ truck for the first time, taking fifth place. There were also some female participants in the rally, mostly from Japan. Most of them covered over 3000km and reached the finish. An international rally, ‘Hohhot- Ulaanbaatar’ will be organized on August 25.

source: mongol Messenger newspaper


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