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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)

Live Tracking is now available (click for more information)

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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

The Route

Starting at the Goodwood Motor Circuit near Chichester, the rally takes teams through countries most people haven't heard of (and some that don't legally exist), finishing in the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar around four-six weeks and a ridiclious amount of adventure later!

In the past teams have gone as far north as the Arctic Circle and as far south as Afghanistan on what can only really be described as somewhat circuitous routes, driving in 'Endless Circles'. What happens to you between the start, the deserts, mountains, bandits, wilderness and the end is anyone's guess.

Most teams however tend to take one of three routes, each of which presents its only unique challenges:

  • The Northern Route: From London to Prague, via France, Belgium & Germany. Then through Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Russia (again) & then into Mongolia
  • The Southern Route: As above to Prague, then south via any combination of; Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Azerbaijan (or) Iran, then north, via the "Stans" to Russia & Mongolia
  • The Central Route: As above to Prague. Then via any of the following. Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Russia & Mongolia.

Although we are sure the plan will change once we are out there, we decided to take a route similar to the Central Route, as you can see on our Live Tracking Google map.

Our (Potential) Route (click to view the Live Tracking)