Off-Road racing driver and member of the All-Wheel Drive Club Neville Ciantar is again in Portugal to compete in this year’s edition of the King Of Portugal Off-Road event happening between Saturday and Sunday.
The King of Portugal started in 2013 and is one of the biggest and toughest off-road races globally and growing every year. Participants get challenged to go through different circuits on the two main days of the event, a certain number of times, depending on the class they are competing in, in the shortest time possible.
The race is a real test for the vehicles, a test of engines, a test of tires, a test of transmissions, a test of drivers, a test of dexterity, speed, calculation, and intelligence.
Ciantar is now an experienced driver in this race, having competed two times, and the third had to return home without racing. In 2017 he finished fifth, in 2018 he placed sixth, and in 2019 the event was cancelled due to wildfires in the region.
Lee Ciantar, son of Neville at only 20 years of age, is co-driver.
Lee Ciantar has already filled this role of co-driver at the King of Hammers in America in 2019.
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