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Bräcke Ice Rally

Listed under Extreme Machines in Norrland, Sweden.

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What is more extreme than driving a rally car or sports car? How about driving a rally car on a surface so slippery you can hardly stand up on it? How about driving on a frozen lake?

Jump in your Porsche 911 with its competition clutch, 3.2 litre engine, studded tyres (and discrete safety roll cage) and take to the ice. This is a driving experience with a difference, far away from a crowded race track, you’re out there alone on that great hard, white, slippery expanse in the middle of no where to do as you will (or can).

Bring your sunglasses because the ice and snowy surrounds can be glarey and don’t forget your layers, the lake is in a remote location about 300kms from Stockholm and it can drop to -35 degrees over night.

Ice Driver Website.

Written by  Blair Metcalfe.

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