Sebastian Husseini has won three times the prestigious UAE Dessert Challenge. Now he takes on Dakar.
The Maxxis Dakar Team Powered by Super B on January 1, 2013 from Schiphol left for Lima, but a team member was not present in the departure hall. Sebastian Husseini began his trip to Peru from Dubai. Husseini lived all his life in Dubai, but has a Dutch mother and a Dutch passport. Husseini will next Kees Koolen with a quad make his debut in the Dakar 2013.
Husseini, the past few months a lot of testing with the new quad, but much to his condition worked. "I trained hard, 400 miles per day, and as much experience trying to do. Dubai The good thing is that I got used to the heat during training last summer. Dubai consists of 80% with the highest sand dunes in the world so I do not worry about me. My biggest concern is the length of the rally and mental pain. There will be days when you want to specify, but instead then you can boost yourself to continue. I hope one perch to finish, "said Husseini .
Sebastian Husseini and Kees Koolen will a Honda TRX 700 Quad start., the quads are chosen for their reliability and independent suspension. The machines are equipped with larger fuel tanks, which they have a distance of 300 kilometers on without refueling, special by Maxxis Tires developed tires with Kevlar protection, instrumentation and some modifications to the engine to speed, reliability and a greater chance of a top enlarge. The Maxxis Dakar Team Powered by Super B with Sebastian Husseini a rider in the house who sometimes high eyes could throw in the standings at the quads. Husseini has start number 265. Kees Koolen starting with number 257.
Maxxis Dakar Team