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Hungarian Baja: Predictability, professionalism.

One month prior to the start of the HunGarian Baja the entries are arriving in full swing for the fourth round of the European Cup. It seems that the race called Silk Way, which had been announced as a Dakar Series event, is going to start hardly two weeks after the Hungarian heat, but it has not decreased the popularity of the HunGarian Baja experienced in last year.

This can have several reasons. First could be the predictability, the professional organization, and it is also not irrelevant, that the teams with less budget mustn’t “kill” the technique through thousands of kilometres. It can be an important condition as well regarding the choice of the foreign teams, that the HunGarian Baja takes place in the middle of Europe, so practically the whole team can be deployed in Hungary in a half/one day car drive. Moreover, the second day of the race is going to deliver really serious challenges and surprises!

Though we have no deserts, we have our Lake Balaton where there is a great opportunity to take several days of holiday before or after the race. According to our experiences, a couple of teams really made the best of it in last year.

2009/07/2 | 22:56 CET | Editor: MR/Hungarian Baja/Rita Konya

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