Turkmenistan teams – the bronze winners of the international rally

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Sunday, 16 September 2018 19:52

The Amul-Hazar 2018 International rally, held on the initiative of the President of Turkmenistan, completed. The two teams from Turkmenistan took the third place of the competition that aroused keen interest all around the world. As is known, the President of Turkmenistan participated in the international tournament at the start, driving vehicle No. 100. The crew, driving vehicle No. 100 won the third place. The driver of this car – Hodjaguly Annamammedov – is a driver at the motor transport enterprise of the Administration of the President of Turkmenistan, sportsman of the motor sports centre of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkmenistan; the co-pilot – sportsman Gaygysyz Akmyradov – the officer of the motor vehicle administration of the Ministry of Defense of Turkmenistan.

Sports car No. 104 driven by pilot – Guvanchmyrat Hommadov – a sportsman at the motor sports centre of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Turkmenistan and co-pilot Redjepniyaz Annaberdiev won the third place of the T2-2 international racing.

 The state news agency of Turkmenistan

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