The start of the 6th edition of the Silk Way Rally will be given from the Red Square on 4th July 2014. A renewed and ambitious route will lead the competitors across of the wonderful landscapes of Russia and big novelty this year, a loop stage will be organized in Kazakhstan.More→
The photos taken during the first taken during the maiden reconnaissance have generated considerable interest. The Silk Way Rally will venture to new regions and pose all-new challenges for the competitors. SWR Project Director, Semen Yakubov gives us an early idea of what to expect.More→
If the remaining competitors thought the final 87kms of timed sectors would be akin to the Sunday ride intoParison the Tour de France, they were in for a rude awaking, because the final special stage was a microcosm of a world-class rally raid contest known as the Silk Way Rally.More→
Gerard de Rooy did not take part in the 2013 Silk Way Rally 2013, because he will not receive his new Iveco engine until September, but the truck star made an appearance to join in on the celebration an lend moral support to his fellow competitors.More→
7am. The sun was already beading down onAstrakhanwhen the first car took the start of the penultimate stage of the2013 Silk WayRally (466.02kms, including 412 against the clock). The action began on fast compact and rolling tracks before meandering between lakes and chotts. At the 50km point, the route headed north and into theAstrakhandesert before heading back to the bivouac via extraordinary dunes and more rolling tracks.More→
The test will be difficult for both the acknowledged leaders fighting for the victory, and for those who just want to reach the finish line. For experienced crews participation in the Silk Way Rally is the opportunity to test their skills on challenging routes, but for beginners it is a very democratic way to join the increasingly expanding world rally club of like-minded people.