For the 150 teams made up of 20 nationalities racing in the 23rd edition of the women only Rallye des Gazelles, the hard work is finally over.
Former skier turned rally driver and winner of last years race France’s Carole Montillet:, explained what its all about:
“We come here for an eight day adventure. For a collective experience. We are here just to win. It’s magic”.
The winner of the 4×4 classification raced through stunning Moroccan landscape was Syndiely Wade, the daughter of former Senegalese president Abdoulaye Wade.
British driver Jeanette James finished second.
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