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Dakar-2013: Kazakhstan’s crew is ready for the rally

Arthur Ardavichus. ©Tengrinews.kz Arthur Ardavichus. ©Tengrinews.kz
Rally Dakar - 2013 will kick off from the city of Lima, Peru, on January 2013,
Kazakhstanskaya Pravda reports. The rally will finish in Santiago, the capital of Chili, on January 20 after the crews will cover about 8 000 kilometers along Peruvian and Argentinean off-road. The organizers said that representatives of about 53 countries will participate in the rally. It is a record high number for Dakar race. The drawing procedure of the participants was held recently. Kazakhstan’s KAMAZ crew led by Arthur Ardavichus, the bronze prize winners of the last year Dakar, will drive No. 517 in the rally.
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