Dakar, Rallye Dakar, HS Rallye Team, Mathias Kahle, Rally Dakar 2013
January 20th 2013 – The HS RallyeTeam has mastered the world’s hardest rallye for the fourth time in five years: Matthias Kahle and Dr. Thomas M. Schünemann entered Santiago de Chile after more than 8,500 kilometers on position 13 of the car classification on Saturday evening. Once again, they are the best German driver pairing of the Rallye Dakar.
Great delight in the HS RallyeTeam: Matthias Kahle and Dr. Thomas M. Schünemann finish the Rallye Dakar 2013 as 13th of 153 teams in the car classification. The team from Hamburg achieved an outstanding result thanks to a perfect performance of the Germans and an extremely robust SAM 30D CC. In its 35th edition, the world’s hardest rallye has the most top-flight participants for many years.
After 14 highly demanding stages and more than 8,574 kilometers through Peru, Argentina and Chile, Kahle and Schünemann are only by 5:33.33 hours…
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