The 35th St John’s Old Boys Association (SJOBA) rally will begin on Friday and the super spectator vehicle and stage review process has been set up at Forest Hill, Mohali

The 35th St John’s Old Boys Association (SJOBA) rally gets underway on Friday and the super spectator vehicle and stage review process has been set up at Forest Hill, Mohali.

The Challenge Rally (Extreme) will be open to jeeps/cars/bikes and will take place over a two-day period, with participants required to cover approximately 200 kilometers per day. The route will be challenging and adventurous, covering ‘axle-busting’ riverbeds (both dry and wet), fast tarmacs with twisty hairpins, non-metallic surfaces and exhilarating rolling terrain in Punjab and in Himachal Pradesh.

The competition sections (SS) will be evenly spaced and followed by the transport sections. Participants (25 four-wheelers and 55 two-wheelers) are likely to tackle five competitive sections (SS) each day, which test the driver’s ability to concentrate, physical endurance and driving skills. In addition, for four-wheelers, there will be a night stage. The areas covered during these two eventful days of SJOBA Rally are Ropar, Gharshankar, Mansowal and Hoshiarpur.

This rally is organized with the affiliation of Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI). The total price for the 2022 version of the rally is approximately 5 lakh and trophies and other awards for participants and winners. The awards ceremony will take place at the Chandigarh Golf Association (CGA) shooting range on the evening of March 6th.

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