Land Rover G4 Challenge, Shown On TV
Think Land Rover. What comes to your mind?
Cool vehicles. Rough terrains. Challenges. New dimensions in driving. Off road experiences.
The Land Rover brand has been known for these and more. When it comes to battling out more than the usual types of terrain, Land Rover vehicles are surely the in thing. That is most probably why the brand has already started out the Land Rover G4 Challenge to give off road drivers a challenging and worthwhile experience with the vehicles.
This event is now going to be shown on TV. It will be aired on Saturday mornings. Everybody who is going to tune would be given adventures and driving the off roads. The final set of this whole challenge would be aired on the 16th of September this year. And yes, throughout the whole duration of the program, you surely would be encountering various types of emotions plus different elements, courtesy of Mother Nature.
There are eighteen men and women who have courageously taken part of the said competition. They come filled with hopes and dreams of completing the challenge and taking home the prize. They would be provided with everything they need and the best off road vehicle there is. Land Rover steering parts have been checked for it would be playing an important part in the whole duration of the competition. Contestants had to go through 28 days of competition that ran from Southeast Asia up to South America.
Gary Robertson is one of the competitors in the 2006 Land Rover G4 Challenge. He is 34 years old and works as a paramedic in Fermanagh, Ireland which is represents. He eventually says, “What can I say about the 2006 Challenge? It was the most difficult adventure challenge I have ever faced. It pushed each competitor’s strength, endurance, mental agility, and perseverance to the limits. Conditions were extreme in terms of environment; we experienced lush forests with torrential rain and then basking sunshine, then up in the Andes the temperature dropped to minus 13º at night.”
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Carol Mitchel is an executive assistant in one of the leading automotive magazine in Los Angeles, California. She is a certified car lover and loves extreme sports.