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Finke Desert Race 2011 Winner
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Number 410, Greg Gartner, Winner of the Finke Desert Race 2011.

This picture was taken only minutes before Greg and his co-driver Jamie Jennings crossed the finish line in their 6 litre powered truck, to win the 2011 Finke Desert Race.
The Finke Desert Race is an event that takes place on the Queen’s Birthday Weekend (public holiday in Australia). The actual race takes place over 2 days, on the first day competitors race the 226 kilometres south to Finke, the following day they race back again to Alice Springs, making a total distance of 452 kilometres.

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送信日: 20/06/2011
更新日: 12/06/2014
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