Piloting a 4x4 down a steep, in mud track where vehicle command, traction, low-ratio box and differential lock all come beautifully into their own. It is also refreshing to realize that there is no grief from the other people living around. When a passing by train halts, buses stops, cars stops, walker’s stops, villagers spend their night and they don’t need to ask for what purpose 4x4 wheels are made for and for what stunning acrobats they are capable of.
Loving yourself is the first step in loving life. And what better way to do it, than by getting yourself into the Night Mud Rally an amazing and exiting event that took place on April 4, 2009 at Raiwind Lahore.
The mud track, first love that responded unexpected as deep as it was explored. Initially folks shied a little bit but later on it turned into excitement, specially the SOS point “a deep sticky point “where vehicles were cheered with claps on successful pass through. Event was incomplete without “The SOS Point and the Darkness”. Without a 4x4 I was feeling like a kid in a candy store looking at incredible adventure who wanted to steer at the moment!
I would like to thank and appreciate the organizing team that did a tremendous job and proved themselves a superb designer for setting imitation in just a couple of days. Specially Mr. Saqib Jingua, and Col. Sab who made continues efforts day and night to make this event “ Jangal Main Mangal “ as comfortable as possible.
To all the crew member