Friday, 13 December 2019

Mizzima News

Home > News > Regional > Rally racers to pass through Burma

Rally racers to pass through Burma

Drivers competing in the ASEAN-India Car Rally will pass through Burma on their way from Thailand en route to India, the Ministry of Sports announced on Tuesday.

The flag-off ceremony for the ASEAN-India car rally on November 26 in Bangkok. (Photo: ASEAN-India / facebook)The car rally is being held to mark the 20th anniversary of ASEAN-India dialogue and the 10th anniversary of the ASEAN-India Summit level partnership, it said.

A total of 124 contestants from 11 countries are driving 31 cars in the rally which began on November 26.

The contestants will enter Burma at Myawaddy on December 11, spending the night in Pa-an, the ministry said. The following day they will race to Burma’s capital Naypyitaw, and then on to Mandalay on December 13.

Passing through Kalay and Tamu, the racers will leave Burma into Guwahati in India on December 15.

The government of India and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organized the very first ASEAN-India Car Rally in 2004 when 60 cars—an average of four cars per country—competed.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 05 December 2012 13:33 )  

Download Mobile App


Who is Online

We have 21 guests online


Amount in USD:

Follow Mizzima on

Follow Mizzima on TwitterFollow Mizzima on Facebook