Having fixed a technical issue, it is now possible to send an application using the application form page. So if you are interested in taking part in the rally, please apply by 15th
The original plan, which involved going through Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Turkey has certain drawbacks. The number of visas required increases the cost considerably and involves an incredible amount of time and paperwork. Also the ferry across the Caspian Sea seems very unreliable and Azerbaijan doesn't allow right hand drive cars. Therefore, I have come up with a new route suggestion (click here for map), which only requires two visas: Mongolia and Russia (it would be possible to
If you would like to take part in the Trans Eurasian Rally, please fill in an application form by the 15th of November. This will allow you time to make all the necessary preparations and for us to arrange the shipping to Vladivostok. Even if you don't have a team mate or don't have a car, we will do our best to match people up.
We currently have three cars signed up for the rally (see entry list) and it
So you've come across the Trans Eurasian Rally and you think you'd like to take part but is there something stopping you?
I have a car but no co-driver, can I still enter?
Of course. But we do insist that each car has a crew of two who are both able to drive the car. So we can help you to find a co-driver
I would like to take part but I don't have a classic car.
There may be some entrants who
A little taste of what the rally might be like using shots from the 2013 Morris Minor Oxford to Istanbul
The rally is meant to capture the spirit of adventure. Therefore, we are deliberately not planning every detail of the route and dictating to the participants exactly what will happen. This is partly because there are so many unknowns: we don't know how far we will travel each day, when we will break down, how long the border crossings will take, where we will be able to stay overnight or what the best route will be. But we believe
If you'd like to take part in the rally, please fill in an application form.
I have spent quite some time finding a shipping company who can transport cars from the UK to Vladivostok and a company who can deal with the cars when they arrive (destination agent). Here I will share with you what I have found out but all details are still subject to change.
The most efficient way of transporting the cars is to fit three into a
This is the journey that started it all: driving a 1962 Morris Minor from Oxford to Istanbul and back. Having completed this adventure, we wanted something more challenging for our next trip, which is why we've created the Trans Eurasian Rally.
In this video we drive from Montenegro, across Albania, spend 10 minutes in Macedonia, back into Albania, through Greece and into Turkey to reach Istanbul. This is just one of several videos documenting the
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