National champions Asgar Ali
and Muhammad Mustafa underlined their supremacy in Siliguri, West Bengal on Thursday March 2,
2017 while claiming the Biswa Bangla JK Tyre Himalayan Drive crown in style.
India’s TSD (Time, Speed and
Distance) kings were in tremendous form in this demanding five-legged
championship, taking the lead early on the first day and tenaciously hanging on
to it till the very end. They tackled the tough hilly terrain, demanding forest
paths and every obstacle that was thrown at them.
Deep Dutta and Prakash
Muthuswamy finished second while Ashish Budhia and Arindam Ghosh took the last
spot on the podium.
The fifth and the final leg
saw the rallyists start their journey from Hile in Nepal early on Thursday
morning and making their way here to Siliguri for the prize distribution
The Biswa Bangla JK Tyre
Himalayan Drive 5 created motorsports history on Wednesday by becoming the
first TSD (Time, Speed and Distance) rally from the country to enter three
nations. It covered over 1200 kilometres in its journey to Bhutan and Nepal.
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