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Dakar 2013 - Australia Rally Driver Bruce Garland's Pre-event interview.

Legendary Dakar driver Bruce Garland took time out of his press and PR day taking place in the UK, to give us an incredible insight into what it takes to win in the Dakar rally. He talks openly about his near death crash on the 2011 Dakar, his road to recovery and his ambitions for the 2013 event. The Dakar is renowned as the worlds toughest rally raid event and Bruce's team have built an all new Isuzu D-Max for the 2012 event replacing his class special, rally modified monster desert eating and class winning turbo diesel Isuzu Rodeo.


 


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Isuzu D-Max Blade: Cut Through The Bland!
Introducing the pick-up that cuts through the bland. Fitted with a range of luxuries and external features as standard, the Isuzu D-Max Blade stands out in the range as the premium pick-up of choice. Available in 2 colours; Cosmic Black and Splash White, this pick-up is sure to turn heads. And, not only that, but it comes with all the capability you would expect from the Isuzu D-Max. The Isuzu D-Max Blade comes with the power you need and the luxuries you really want. As well as 18" Shadow alloys, premium black leather interior, roof bars and an under-rail bedliner, the Isuzu D-Max Blade also comes fitted with either a Black Mountain Top Roller Cover with Black Rear Style Bar or a Colour Coded Aeroklas Leisure Canopy. And the best thing is, all these features come included in the price. For more information, specifications and to book a test drive visit www.isuzu.co.uk





Isuzu Outdoor Life: Introducing the D-Max Rally Truck!
Jason Sharpe introduces the special modified Isuzu D-Max Rally Pick-Up that will be taking part in the BCCC (British Cross Country Championship) for the first time this year. The BCCC is the country's premier domestic off-road racing championship, consisting of six two-day competitive rallies across Scotland and Wales. Isuzu D-Max Rally Pick-up will compete in Class 1B, which mandates a maximum engine capacity of 2,500 cc and restricts motorsport enhancements. This will ensure that the rally Isuzu will retain many characteristics of the road-going D-Max. Enjoy, like and subscribe! Visit http://isuzu.co.uk/outdoor-life for more on the Isuzu D-Max Rally Pick Up! Be sure to check us out on our other sites! Website: http://tinyurl.com/qx67my6 Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/pcnpc3w Twitter: http://tinyurl.com/qcwulnk YouTube: http://tinyurl.com/pzzvybs





Isuzu D-Max Rally Truck: BCCC 1st Round Sneak Peek
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Best of Crash Rallye HD-Compilation 2013-2014
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