Tackling the southern landscape, Dakshin Dare will travel through the southern peninsula of India, heading out of Bangalore to travel across 2000 kms via Mysore, Shimoga, Chitradurga, Davengere, Bellary, Hospet and Hubli onto Goa. Participants which will include both men and women with keen interest in motorsports will have to contend with marshy terrain, monsoon weather conditions and harshest of road surfaces on route.
Participants and vehicles will be thoroughly examined and put through stringent security checks. Selected participants will compete in three categories to include Ultimate Car category, Ultimate Bike Category and Endure Category.
While the competition is open to all, it is Suresh Rana from Manali, 9 times winner of Raid de Himalaya and three times winner of Desert Storm, is geared up to add one more title to the list as he tackles his first Dakshin Dare this year.
Dakshin Dare which welcomes participation from both men and women is expected to see added participation this year as compared to its previous years as more teams are eager to take part in this prestigious rally that not only enhances motoring skills but allows participants to enjoy the varied landscape and toughest terrains in south India.