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Asia Cross Country Rally commonly known as “AXCR or Asian Rally” is held in August every year and start from Thailand to another various countries, the route is mountain area, jungle, beach side, plantation, Termac and circuit in many characteristic different conditions of the road, the weather and the nature conditions in Asia.
This event started from 1996 is held in 8 countries such as: Kingdom of Thailand, Malaysia, Republic of Singapore, People's Republic of China, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Kingdom of Cambodia, and Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
In this year 2017. Asia cross country rally is Sanctioned by The Federation International Automobile (FIA) and Federation International Motorcyclism (FIM) same as Dakar Rally, and the biggest cross country rally event in Asia.
The 22nd event for 2017 will start from Bangkok (or Ayutthaya) / Thailand on Sunday 13th August with a carefully stage-managed affair.
The event will go to Kanchanaburi and go around there, then finish at Ayutthaya/Thailand.
|Name of Event||The 22nd FEDERAL-VESSEL Asia Cross Country Rally 2017|
|Sanction||International Automobile Federation (FIA)|
International Motorcyclism Federation (FIM)
Royal Automobile Association of Thailand (RAAT)
Federation of Motorcycle Sports Thailand (FMSCT)
|Organizer||Ortev Thailand, R1 Japan|
|Support||Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT)|
|Sponsor||FEDERAL, VESSEL, Furukawa Battery, PROPAK,|
CHUOH TECHNICAL SCHOOL, SINGHA, Ryupara
(Will be determined / Remote Procedure)
|Event schedule||13th AUGUST, 2017 - 19th AUGUST, 2017|
|Total distance||about 2,000 km|
Prize following Supplementary Regulations that it will change total start number of competition.
Some of SS has Sponsors Award (Cash)
Entry Fee include
Organizer will prepare Transport Truck for Oversea Private participants.
|Competitor Entry Form / AUTO|
|Competitor Entry Form / MOTO, QUAD|
|Service Crew Entry Form|
|MEDIA Entry Form|
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