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Morocco Desert Challenge 2019

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Qatar Sealine: An impressive list!

- Al-Attiyah, Quintanilla and Sonik top car, bike and quad categories in Qatar
- Purpose-built super special stage to kick start action at Losail next Tuesday

The Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) has announced the strongest ever entry received for Qatar’s fourth round of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country and round two of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship, taking place on April 17-22.

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QMMF announces new format and Challenging route for Qatar

- Entries now open for Qatar’s FIA and FIM World Championship counting round

- Organisers announce new super special stage will kick-start event in Doha area

Officials at the Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation (QMMF) are currently finalising the route for this year’s renamed Qatar Cross-Country Rally, round four of the FIA Cross-Country Rally World Cup and round two of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship.

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Sealine Qatar: Une incroyable aventure au féminin

Les six jeunes femmes sélectionnées par la Fédération automobile du Qatar et la Commission Automobile féminine de la FIA, ont participé au Sealine au volant de Nissan. Elles ont vécu une aventure incroyable dans le désert de l'État du Qatar. Les trois équipages exclusivement féminins ont lutté sur les cinq étapes contre les terrains difficiles de cette manche de la Coupe du Monde FIA des Rallyes Tout-Terrain durant cinq jours, elles ont couvert 1.633.38 km en secteurs sélectifs.

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Sealine Qatar: An incredible adventure in the feminine

The six young women selected by the Qatar Motor and Motorcycle Federation and the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission to contest the Sealine Cross Country Rally have reached the end of their incredible adventure in the deserts of the State of Qatar.

In their first-ever foray into the spectacular world of cross country rallying, the three all-female crews battled against some of the toughest terrain the FIA World Cup for Cross Country Rallies has to offer. hroughout the five-day event, which covered 1,633.38 competitive kilometres over five punishing selective sections, they had to overcome mechanical problems, challenging navigation, punctures and the inevitable frustration of getting stuck in the dunes, a situation which requires strength, stamina and an exacting technique to free the car from soft and forever shifting sand. And all in the searing heat of the vast and lonely desert.

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