Hino Team Sugawara Decides to Discontinue Racing in "Silk Way Rally 2019" ~Team ends its competition at the end of the SS of day 4~

Jul 16, 2019

Hino Team Sugawara has decided to discontinue its racing in "Silk Way Rally 2019" (Jul 7-16, 2019). The team has concluded that it has become difficult to continue its racing due to a traffic accident involving Hino Team Sugawara associates, and has notified the organizers that it will be withdrawing from the rally.

This concludes Hino Team Sugawara's racing in "Silk Way Rally 2019" on July 10, at the end of day 4 of competition.


<STAGE 1> (Jul 7)
Car 1 (No. 308): 13th, 13th cumulative overall

Car 2 (No. 314): 7th, 7th cumulative overall

Irkutsk-Baykalsk (Russia)

Liaison: 204 km, SS: 50 km, TOTAL: 254 km

<STAGE 2> (Jul 8)
Car 1 (No. 308): 9th, 10th cumulative overall

Car 2 (No. 314): 8th, 8th cumulative overall

Baykalsk-Ulan Ude (Russia)

Liaison: 206 km, SS: 207 km, TOTAL: 413 km

<STAGE 3> (Jul 9)
Car 1 (No. 308): 9th, 9th cumulative overall

Car 2 (No. 314): Discontinued racing

Ulan Ude (Russia) -Ulan Bator (Mongolia)

Liaison: 448 km, SS: 243 km, TOTAL: 691 km

<STAGE 4> (Jul 10)
Car 1 (No. 308): 9th, 8th cumulative overall

Car 2 (No. 314): 10th, 13th cumulative overall

Ulan Bator-Ulan Bator (Mongolia)

Liaison: 6 km, SS: 470 km, TOTAL: 476 km

※Both of the team's trucks withdrew from the rally at the end of July 10. They will not be racing from July 11 onward.




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