The third edition of Sarfaranga Desert Rally concluded successfully where veteran rally racer Nadir Magsi emerged victorious in the Sarfaranga Desert Rally 2019 in Skardu.
Sarfranga Desert Rally 2019
- Veteran rally racer Nadir Magsi emerged victorious as he finished the 52-kilometre route in 36 minutes and 11 seconds followed by Sahibzada Sultan and Babar Khan finished at third.
- In the motorbike competition, Ibrahim emerged victorious while Moin Khan finished in second. Zaigham Chauhan took the third position.
- Rehana Abdullah won the women’s category whereas Beena Shahab finished at second position.
PakWheels.com and Mountain Dew presented Sarfranga Desert Rally 2019 in collaboration with Government of Gilgit Baltistan Powered by Toyota from 23rd to 25th of August.
The aim to showcasing the talent, brilliance, and creativity of local petrol heads PakWheels.com have been organizing its Auto Shows throughout the country since 2011. The show featured six main categories of vehicles including vintage, exotic, luxury, modified, 4×4 and bikes. Besides participation of national level professional drivers and adventure lovers, international racing enthusiasts are also eager to participate in the rally.
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All registration formalities and technical queries may be addressed to PakWheels.com on 0334-9483767, 0315-8551972, 0316-5710022 or email at [email protected] or [email protected].
The registration fee for Stock/Prepared Rally Vehicles (non-branded vehicles) is Rs. 15,000/- which is non-refundable and this price includes transponder cost. The Registration fee for Branded Vehicle (stock/prepared category) either is Rs. 60,000/- which also is non-refundable.
Online registration will close on 20th August 2019.
The Sarfaranga Desert Rally has promoted the soft image of the country.In the northern areas of Pakistan at an altitude of around 1000 feet, the sand dunes located in Sarfaranga village are a wonderful creation of Allah, at Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan.
These sandbanks are also known as the cold desert with strong winds that shift the dunes, forming different shapes each time. This cold dessert is extended from Khaplu Valley to Nubra Ladakh and Shigar Skardu valley to Zanskar in India.
This desert holds a unique place in the hearts of travelers due to its high altitude and cold region. The shooting stars and the moving galaxy spread in the sky in cold nights of Sarfaranga. The Indus River beside crystal clear water reflects the image of colorful trees, enhancing the beauty of Sarfaranga village.