Before you will see tomorrow the full length 2019 Peking to Paris film on the Endurance Rally Association – ERA Facebook page, we're glad to present you this appetizer. A compilation on how our 9 brave Belgian teams managed to get to Paris.Take your biggest screen, your best audio system, a cold beer or a glass of good wine and enjoy!!
Posted by Belgian Dodge Brothers on Monday, February 3, 2020
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Our front T5 completed the Peking to Paris rally problem free.
A compilation on how our 9 brave Belgian teams managed to get to Paris.
Fire up your biggest screen, your best audio system and enjoy.
A little about the rally.
The Greatest Motoring Adventure – Peking to Paris 2019
The Peking to Paris Motor Challenge is unique in the motoring world – a true endurance motor rally following in the wheel-tracks of the original pioneers of 1907. Driving an old car nearly half way around the world with a bunch of like-minded enthusiasts, against the clock, with the added spice of timed sections, makes Peking to Paris the longest and toughest driving challenge for Vintage and Classic cars.
Traveling through China, Mongolia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Germany, Belgium and France, the epic 36-day adventure will cover approximately 8500 miles and be a true test of endurance for both car and crew.
Who can participate?
This Peking to Paris Motor Challenge is open to cars of a type produced before 1976 and is suitable to both novice crews, with training and support, as well as experienced rally entrants. Taking an exciting route via gravel, sand and stunning roads, luxurious hotels and desert camping, this is a life changing, never to be forgotten, adventure.
The route is challenging but the Organizers welcome both newcomers and experienced crews. You will need a sense of adventure and be prepared to spend nights under canvas in the deserts of Mongolia and Kazakhstan. The ability to carry out regular maintenance on your own car is essential. Average daily distances are around 400 kilometres (249 miles ) but, on occasion, they can be as much as 650 kilometres ( 403 Miles ) – it is an endurance event after all.