The six-day marathon Maruti
Suzuki Raid-de-Himalaya (http://www.raid-de-himalaya.com/)entered its second day of driving actions amongst the
scenic locations of Manali with Suresh Rana leading the band in Xtreme category
After the exciting first day
from Shimla to Manali, the rallyists were set for tougher challenges from
Manali to Dalhousie. Covering a distance of almost 320 kms, the drivers came
face to face with extreme harsh road conditions.
Among the leaders, Suresh Rana
in category Xtreme is leading with a time score of 2 hours 14 minutes and 45
seconds. He was followed closely by Harpreet Bawa and Raj Singh Rathore.
In the Adventure Trial
Category Jagmeet Gill is leading with a penalty score of 5 minutes and 32
seconds while Rajesh Chalana trails behind him.
The S Cross has made its way
to become one of the toughest players in the adventure category.
The bikers were exciting to
watch on the second day with Arvind KP leading the pack in a record time of 2
hours 5 minutes and 12 seconds.
On Day Two, 64 vehicles remain
in the Rally Xtreme, while now the race moves to its next exciting level in
Srinagar for the third leg.
DAY 2 RESULTS
1. Suresh Rana – 2:14:45
2. Harpreet Bawa- 2:16:19
3. Raj Singh Rathore- 2:16:27
1. Arvind KP- 2:05:12
2. Natraj R- 2:07:12
3. Ashish Saurabh Moudhghil-
1. Jagmeet Gill & Chandana Sen- 5 minutes 32 seconds
2. Rajesh Chalana & Yogesh
Gupta – 5 minutes 53 seconds
3. Subir Roy & Nirav Mehta
–5 minutes 58 seconds
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