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Tuthill Porsche Releases Safari Classic Footage
Posted by: newsla on Jan 22, 2014 - 05:37 PM
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Tuthill Porsche Releases Safari Classic Footage


British firm Tuthill Porsche has released a two minute video showcasing its adventures on the 2013 East African Safari Classic following the firm’s epic nine-day battle for victory which went down to the final stage on the final day.

 

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In collaboration with Circuit Pro, Tuthill Porsche have prepared a two minute teaser ahead of a documentary which will be available from the Tuthill YouTube channel on Monday 10 February. The full edit will follow the team’s 18-month preparation ahead of the event, and includes exclusive behind the scene footage, in-car action and interviews with the team.

To watch the teaser, please visit the following link:
http://youtu.be/6BLFgysZFl0

Run over sections of punishing rock and mud-coated tracks, the Tuthill crews negotiated countless river crossings and wild animals as they completed a 3900 kilometre loop through Kenya and Tanzania in November. It would seem remarkable, therefore, that the top two front-runners – Stig Blomqvist and Ian Duncan - were separated by a handful of seconds going into the final day.

Tuthill Porsche Managing Director, Richard Tuthill, said: “What we witnessed on last year’s Safari was extraordinary. Stig, who was driving a Tuthill car, and Ian Duncan raced a competitive distance which equates to more than the distance between Land’s End to John O’Groats yet the gap between the two of them came down to a handful of seconds. It is the ultimate adventure story and we can’t wait to share it with the world.”


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