Along with cars such as Pajero, Gypsy Endevavor, SUVs, and smaller cars such as i10 and Swift will also be witnessed in the race. Those in the driver's seat for these respective cars will have their work cut out as they have to travel on bumpy roads, pebbly roads as well as the sand dunes. Alka Barar added, “These rallyists need to drive in all kinds of surfaces in Rajasthan.”It is not only going to test their driving skills but also test their character under such conditions.
These rallyists would be participating in various categories such as Xtreme, MotoQuad, Ndure and Xplore,” said Alka Barar. She also said that one needs to have enthusiasm and passion for rallies to win such kind of driving championships.
The ongoing rally is the 11th edition of the Desert Storm Rally. It has come a long way ever since it first kickstarted a decade ago with just 28 teams. Now, the number has miltiplied alarmingly to 125 teams making it the most coveted Desert Storm Rally. This stat alone explains about the success of the competition so far.