TOP 1 Oil Rider, Jonah Street Wins Rally of Mongolia

Top 1 Rider, Jonah Street dominated the eight day, 3,700 kilometers Rally Mongolia navigation racing. Jonah took four-out-of-seven individual stage victories and finished Rally Mongolia more than three-hours ahead of the nearest bike competitor at the finish. With his victory, Jonah Street becomes the first American to win the Rally Mongolia and adds a sixth continent to his “where-I’ve-raced” record.

It was on short notice that Jonah Street, America’s top Motorcycle Rally Racer, even decided to enter the 2010 Rally Mongolia. But with persistent influence from his Rally Pan Am teammate and friend Mike Shirley and the dedication of his faithful sponsors, Jonah fully committed and signed up a few weeks before the beginning of the event.

With the race held in such a remote area of the world, stage reports and results from Mongolia were slow to trickle in during the week of competition. Machine translations of race reports from the Japanese promoting group and the lack of consistent phone and internet service made following the adventurous race as a fan into a navigational chore in itself.

source: http://www.motorcyclephilippines.com
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