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SPORT RALLYING
RTR113ZF
December 31, 2002
Spanish biker Joan Roma fixes his number plate on his motorcycle during
the Dakar Rally technical check...
Marseille, France
SPANISH BIKER ROMA FIXES NUMBER PLATE DURING DAKAR RALLY TECHNICAL
CHECK IN MARSEILLE.
Spanish biker Joan Roma fixes his number plate on his motorcycle during
the Dakar Rally technical check in Marseille, southern France, December
31, 2002. The Dakar Rally celebrates its quarter century on Wednesday
by turning away from Senegal and the western Sahara and heading east
for new desert challenges in Libya and Egypt. The caravan of cars,
bikes and trucks will blaze a trail across North Africa to the finish
in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on January 19. After a total
of 8,552 kilometres, including 5,216 on special stages, the rally that
was created in 1978 as the Paris-Dakar will reach journey's end without
visiting either the French or Senegalese capital. REUTERS/Jean Paul
Pelissier

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