Silk Way Rally (2016)
Stéphane Peterhansel assumed an early lead and will consequently run first on the road for Leg 2 tomorrow.
The French duo of Stéphane Peterhansel and Jean-Paul Cottret powered through the Kazan sand in the N° 100 Peugeot DKR 2008 to win stage one of 2016 Silk Way Rally
Vasilyev secures the second place in the prologue
Tens of thousands of spectators gathered in the centre of Moscow today to watch the 2016 Silk Way Rally’s ceremonial send-off from the Russian capital’s impressive Red Square
10,734 km, three countries and two continents are just three challenges five MINI ALL4 Racing and their crews will have to face in two weeks of long distance rally action.
Suspense and high hopes await David Bensadoun and Patrick Beaulé at the Silk Way
The route between Moscow and the finish line in Beijing measures over 10,000km and will test drivers and their crews to the absolute limit over the coming weeks.