June 7, 2023

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Arrangements for the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge are complete

Arrangements for the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge are complete

Abu Dhabi (Etihad)

The Abu Dhabi Desert Rally kicks off next Saturday in its 31st edition, under the patronage of Sheikh Hamdan bin Saeed Al Nahyan, the ruler’s representative in the Al Dafra region.
Competitors from all over the world will traditionally head towards the Al Tafra area the following Sunday, before the official start on Friday morning and Saturday at the Yas Marina Circuit, the headquarters of the rally. Stunning desert landscapes where the main events of the rally take place.
The Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge is known as the most exciting and exciting rally in the Desert World Championship Series, in which the best riders and riders in the world test their maximum experience, skill and endurance while crossing the five stages of the 264km, 318 rally. Km, 270 km, 257 km and 217 km simultaneously. Straight.
Cars, trucks, motorcycles and quads will take you on an exciting epic journey through the famous empty quarter desert, where the rally camp will serve as the starting point and arrival of competitors on the stages of the rally, and more than 800 competitors and technicians will take part. , Officials, medical staff, volunteers and media representatives. 200 volunteers and technicians worked 24 hours a day for several weeks to transform the desolate desert site in the middle of the hills into a fully equipped, fully equipped cantonment camp that would serve as a desert base for a five-night rally.
The process involved extensive ground work, in which heavy machinery was used to prepare the ground and infrastructure built for the rally, and with the opening of new inner roads, the rally family could move around the personalized camp. Some of the existing old roads in the area were also upgraded to accommodate 600 vehicles during the event.

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