Miles Travelled
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7
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Completed In 45 Days
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We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

So it began... the Mongol Rally 2012
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We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

We are supporting Alzheimer's Research UK and the Lotus Children's Centre (click for more information)
Click to view the route we took

We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

Our Car (click for more information)

Our Car: 1.3 Litre Kia Rio (2004)

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We FINISHED! in 11,373 miles & 45 days

So it began... the Mongol Rally 2012
We are supporting Alzheimer's Research UK and the Lotus Children's Centre (click for more information)
The Team (click for more information)

The Team: Sean, Simon & Scott

Our Car

The Mongol Rally isn't about comfort and it doesn't have a great deal to do with style. The whole point is that it's difficult, so big 4x4's are completely unacceptable! To tackle the worst roads in the world you must have a 'car' with an engine size of under 1.2 litres (ish). At the end of the rally the cars are auctioned off, with all the money going to the rallies official charity The Lotus Children’s Centre.

There is a 10 year old rule, which states that cars should not be older than 10 years old. This was set by the Mongolian authorities, mainly to prevent a trail of deserted 25 year old rusting Fiestas stretching throughout the Kazakh desert & over the Pamir Highway.

After considering cars like Suzuki Wagon R, Vauxhall Agila and Daihatsu Mira, we eventually settled on a 2004 1.3L Kia Rio.
  Our Car