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Rally Maya race deemed successful as participants finish on Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — On Saturday, the 1,200 kilometer Rally Maya race that began in Campeche came to an end in Isla Mujeres. The 122 participants took turns boarding the ferry to cross over to the island to officially conclude the race.

Once there, officials proceeded to announce the winner as car number 100, a 1978 Porsche 911 owned and piloted by José Antonio and Rodrigo as the winners of the Corazón del Rally Maya trophy.

The 122 cars with a total of 244 participants toured the island as their final leg.

Participants take turns boarding the ferry to Isla Mujeres to officially finish the race

Other winners included car number 3 a 1930 Ford Phaeton of Fernando and John Patrick, car number 10, a 1933 Chrysler Imperial of Fernando and Fernando and a 1931 Ford A of Javier and Luz de Lourdes.

From another category, car number 61, a 1967 Triumph of Pedro Guy and Pedro was awarded as was car number 56, a 1966 Jaguar E of Ramón and Claudia, in addition to number 33, a 1961 Mercedes Benz 190B of Roberto and Ximena.

This was the seventh edition of the annual Rally Maya race. Creator of the race Benjamín de la Peña Mora, said that after an incredibly successful 2021, they are already thinking about a new route for next year, adding that the Rally Maya route changes each year.

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