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When 100 women drivers hit the highway

What do 258 kms, 100 cars and 200 passengers add up to? A car rally of course. This Thursday, April 2, participate in a drive that could just about change your life.

entertainment Updated: Mar 26, 2010 22:28 IST
HT Correspondent

What do 258 kms, 100 cars and 200 passengers add up to? A car rally of course. This Thursday, April 2, participate in a drive that could just about change your life.

Organised by the Forum For Breast Cancer Protection, the rally begins at Delhi and ends in Jaipur and is more about the adventure than the speed. A series of clues leads you from one destination to another, while the time, speed and the route will be monitored.

The event will be hosted by professional rallyists Umesh and Yogesh Raheja and the Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India.

The route will be carefully charted to cover lightly-travelled terrain with breath-taking views.

Of course, there will be prizes at the end — but as participants will discover — the journey will be the destination. The only catch? The driver has to be a woman and the navigator has to know how to drive.

Flag off at DLF Place Saket, 5 pm, April 2. Call 9891786374 for details.