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Africa Race 2024: The D-day has finally arrived for the participants of the AFRICA ECO RACE 2024!

Africa Race 2024: The D-day has finally arrived for the participants of the AFRICA ECO RACE 2024!

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Since yesterday, Friday, December 29, technical and administrative checks have been in full swing at the Stade Rondelli site in Menton, a town in southern France located on the Italian border.
After accrediting the members of the organizing team and installing various equipment on the vehicles that will accompany the race, competitors in the race, in the Raid, or in the Classic category are succeeding one after the other with their support teams. In total, more than 200 vehicles and nearly 600 people have been checked and equipped for these two weeks of adventure on the African continent.
In front of many fortunate visitors, as the AFRICA ECO RACE is the only Cross-Country Rally still starting from Europe, the spectacular vehicles, pass from the assistance park set up at Stade Rondelli to the technical tent pitched in the Baden Baden parking lot. Once inspected and adorned with the colors of the AFRICA ECO RACE partners and race numbers, motorcycles, cars, and trucks join the park fermé set up on Quai Antoine 1er in Monaco.
The Principality of Monaco, which will host the start ceremony this Saturday, December 30, starting at 7:00 PM. An opportunity to applaud and encourage one last time the heroes of this 6000 km adventure on the tracks of Morocco, Mauritania, and Senegal, where the Lac Rose will celebrate the winners and finishers on Sunday, January 14, 2024.

Source: Africa Race official press release

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