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Participant briefing – 28 January 2010. table of contents 1. Libya Rally 2010 2. Participants 3. The route 4. Organisation 5. Vehicle preparation 6. What.

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1 Participant briefing – 28 January 2010

2 table of contents 1. Libya Rally Participants 3. The route 4. Organisation 5. Vehicle preparation 6. What else to bring? 7. Transport 8. Bivouac 9. Navigation 10. Fuel provisioning 11. Race rules

3 1. Libya Rally 2010  A cross country rally  A low / fair price  A different set of values  Mainly a race, but also 2 other options

4 1. Libya Rally categories:  Category 1: The rally (race / chrono / competition)  Category 2: The adventure raid (no chrono / same roadbooks / navigation)  Category 3: The discovery class (desert driving school)  For motorbikes - ran by Frans Verhoeven  For cars - ran by Rashad Faraj

5 2. Participants 192 participants from 11 countries • Belgium: 64 • Holland: 50 • Libya:35 • France: 20 • Lithuania: 8 • Italy: 5 • Romania: 4 • Spain:2 • England:2 • Germany:2 • Canada:2

6 2. Participants (per category) 53 cars:  34 in the race  14 in the raid  5 in the school  7 in assistance 35 motorbikes:  27 in the race  2 in the raid  6 in the school 25 quads:  20 in the race  5 in the raid 5 trucks:  5 in assistance

7 3. the route  About 2000 KM  7 days of intensive driving  If we say desert driving, we mean desert driving  Many dunes, but also canyons, oasis, salt lakes, etc.

8 3. the route: day by day Day 1: Sebha - Tkerkiba : 185 KM Day 2: Mandara Lakes: 240 KM Day 3: Awbari to Al Awaynat320 KM Day 4: Akacus Mountains200 KM Day 5: the Murzuq marathon450 KM Day 6: the incredible Awbari Loop270 KM Day 7: the glorious return to Sebha170 KM TOTAL DISTANCE: 1835 KM Only 8% liaison

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10 4. Organisation An international, but mainly Belgian organising team

11 4.1. general management Gert DUSON (B) & Hadi BKAI (LIB)

12 4.2. administration & office Brigitte TEDESCO (B)

13 4.3. Race management RACE & RAID Maurice MAUREY (F) + 10 commissaires de course

14 4.4. Road books Maurice MAUREY (F) & Alain LOPES (B)

15 4.5. Medical Assistance Dr. Luc BEAUCOURT & his team from the UZA (B) • 8 medics • 3 4x4 Ambulances • 2 helicopters

16 4.6. Technical Assistance Werner ZOETAERT (B) & his team • 5 mecaniciens • 1 GINAF assistance truck • 24/24h ready to help all participants with technical needs

17 4.7. Sweeper trucks Uwe « Seb » ZIEGLER & (D) + Jörg SCHUMAN (D) • 2 x MAN KAT 6x6 • 1 pick-up 4x4

18 4.8. Dune Driving School MOTORBIKES Frans VERHOEVEN (NL) & CARS Rashad FARAJ (UAE)

19 4.9. … and all the others  Catering - Bruno Willems  Camp management - Christophe Porteman (B)  GPS & IT- Matthias Elsermans (B)  Fuel service- Hadi Bkai (LIB)  Opening cars- Jean-Claude Kaket  Media center- Cécile van Hattem / Rallymaniacs/ Philippe Janssens  Transport- Zoetaert / Kaket (B) Organisation Libya Rally 2010 = 110 people

20 5. vehicle preparation

21 5. vehicle preparation: part 1  Roll bars / Special seatbelts / helmets (only in race category)  Protective gear and helmets in all categories (for quads/motorbikes)  Sand ladders / shovels / tools / jack / rope / safety triangle / yellow jackets  Fuel autonomy: 600 km (cars/trucks) & 150 km (motorbike/quads)  Drinking water: minimum 5 liters (quads/bike), 10 liters (car/truck)  Fire extinguisher (car & trucks)

22 5. vehicle preparation: part 2  Tripmaster & Garmin GPS (+ your own USB connection cable)  Road book roller (for quads & motorbikes)  Tripy (black box) for tracking system & speed control measurement  Iridium pre-programmed satellite phone  First aid kit (including sun cream & headache tablets)  3 Fire flares + 1 smoke bomb (can be bought in camp in Libya / order!)  Emergency meal, compass, survival blanket, lighter, sunglasses, knife, torch, etc.

23 5. vehicle preparation: flares & smoke 3 pieces (300 m high) 1 piece +

24 6. What else to bring?  Camping gear: tent, thick sleeping bag, inflatable mattress  Passport, plane ticket, visa or AMEX card, money (euro & dinars)  Toiletries: towel, toothbrush, camp shower, toilet paper, wet wipes  Kitchen equipment: plate, cup, cutlery  Big sweater or jacket / decent shoes  Sunglasses / skiing goggles  Head torch  Laptop (intranet)

25 7. transport •Option 1: you fly to Libya (transport vehicle via organisation)  Insured transport of vehicles from Belgium (Maldegem) to Sebha  Customs & border formalities taken care of by organisation  You buy your own ticket to Tripoli, the Libyan capital (via Afriqiyah at 399€)  We organise your inland flight Tripoli-Sebha-Tripoli (charter / 120€) •Option 2: you drive to Libya in your own vehicle  We all meet up in the port of Genova  We drive together to the south of Libya

26 7. transport All vehicles should be deliverd on Saturday, 27th February at the following address: Eurocar Zoetaert Oude Kasteeldreef 9990 Maldegem / (ask for Werner) Documents: Ownership document, insurance document, procuration Don’t forget: 4 decent straps per vehicle (car ≠ bike or quad)

27 7. Transport (self driving)  Prijs op basis van kajuit van 2 personen met eigen douche en toilet, 3 maaltijden inbegrepen. (ong. 1000€)  CTN – ferry: betaling per visa-kaart aan CTN-brussel  Groepsticket – vertegenwoordiger LR: Gert  Afspraak in Genova: 6 maart vanaf ‘s middags (GPS)  Afvaart om 16.00h / 24u. varen  Formaliteiten politie Tunesië: aan boord (boorddoc+paspoort)

28 7. Transport (self driving, vervolg)  Aankomst in Tunis / registratie voertuig & douane (geen gps!)  540 km rijden tot in aan de grens (wild kamperen)  Volgende ochtend: oversteek grens in groep (Ras Ajdir)  Tunesische & Libische grens (alcohol/contactpersoon/geld)  500 km rijden naar Gariyat  Op 9 maart (na 400 km) ‘s middags: aankomst in bivouac  Retour: Ferry Tunis-Genova: Friday 19th

29 7. Transport: Flying to Africa  Per mail ontvang je een visa-document (2 dagen voor vertrek)  Vlucht Afriqiyah 12.30h op 8 maart (visa afdruk tonen)  In Tripoli: aanschuiven aan loket + visa stempel krijgen  Afhalen bagage en aanmelden bij onze vertegenwoordiger  Rond 18.00h nieuwe check-in voor Sebha (geld wisselen / snack)  Om 20.00h vlucht naar Sebha / 21.00h: aankomst op het bivouac  Ticket binnenvlucht (120€) betalen op 8 maart bij administr.controle

30 Administratieve controles • Registreren Satelliet telefoon • Registreren Tripy • Betalingen (vlucht, verzekering, vuurpijlen) • Benzine-bonnetjes • Ondertekenen race-rules Technische controles • Controle voertuig • Controle veiligheidsmateriaal • GPS uploads & roadbook 8. Eerste bivouac & controles

31 9. navigation

32 9.1. road book

33 Andere voorbeelden: ADSP: AGSPP:

34 9.2. gps-navigatie

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37 9.3. tripmaster

38 10. Fuel provisioning

39  In bivouac: diesel & benzine  Op de piste: enkel benzine  Bevoorrading elke 120 km  Autonomie: 150 km  Verkoop fuel tickets in bivouac per 5 liter (euro – breng gepast)  Breng fijne trechter of filter mee

40 10. Race Rules & & Q & A


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