Burcu Citenkya is perhaps one of few women to have a taste of Jahl Magsi Rally track but now, a new class has been added for women drivers in the Cholistan Rally so they can participate as well. This further endorses the fact that Cholistan Rally is perhaps one of the most popular motorsports event being held in Pakistan right now.
The rally’s course is 225 KMs long that starts and end at the majestic Darawar Fort, that we at PakWheels have come to call the ‘The Forty Bastions Of Automotive Lust In Pakistan.’ The 11th Rally will take place from Feb 12 to 14 at Darawar Fort for a total of three days.
During the press conference, TDCP (Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab), that manages the event said that TDCP is promoting Bahawalpur this year and construction on a tourist resort has begun near Darawar Fort for rally participants and tourists, the resort is estimated to be completed in a year-and-a-half.
There are more than 100 drivers that will take part in the rally’s four categories, in addition to the motorsport spectacle, additional features around the event will include cultural night, camel dance, fireworks (at the end of the rally), and a tourist camp site.
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