Emirati Mutaiwee recorded the fastest time in the first stage of the Rally of the Pharaohs
Emirati driver log Khalifa Al Mutaiwee Navigation with German Andreas Schulz fastest time during the first stage of the Rally of the Pharaohs, which is held in the Egyptian Western Desert, and a seventh round and penultimate rounds of the World Cup for the long desert rally, which kicked off his rivals on Monday.
And spare Mutaiwee distance of the first phase of the rally, which was held between Cairo and Tibnaa in the Egyptian desert and a length of 547 miles, in a time of two hours and 21 minutes and 54 seconds
The Emirati driver maintained his lead from the start aboard his “X-rayed” Mini ahead of direct rival for the title Frenchman Jean-Louis Schlesser difference of 21 minutes and 45 seconds, and went on to say: “still a long way but it was a good start.”
The beginning of Mutaiwee great in his quest to win the “true” World Cup Rally desert for long Cross Country, on Egyptian territory. However, he acknowledged that the road is still long and difficult journey, but the beginning is good for him.