ALL SET FOR THE CAIN ROAD RACE DURANGO EDITION “One of the fastest motorcycle races in the world

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One of the fastest races in the world will be run from Mimbres to the capital of Durango

The CAIN Road Race, considered the most dangerous road race in Mexico and created for the most daring drivers, will experience its sixth edition on May 14, 15, and 16.

The route will be 38 kilometers of the free highway from Mimbres to the intersection with the deviation to the Superhighway. Competitors will go through 70 highly dangerous curves and towns such as El Soldado, Río Chico, El Mirador, and El Pino.

Also known as the Race to Hell, the CAIN Road Race is one of the fastest road races in the world, as the average speed is 250 km / h.

This race resembles the famous Tourist Trophy, on the Isle of Man, in Great Britain, and the Pikes Peak, in Colorado, United States, but on Mexican roads.

It will be the third of its kind to take place in 2021, after Invercargill and Cliffhanger Hill Climb, in New Zealand.

The categories are Novice, Amateur, Dual Purpose, and Professional. The race will be open to the public and the organizers recommend that they observe from higher areas so as not to interfere with the race, especially in curves.

For more information on the event, visit the Cain Road Race Facebook page ,

The engines will roar this Sunday the free highway to Mazatlán.

38 kilometers from Mimbres to the city of Durango will witness a race where adrenaline and speed will merge to form the CAIN Road Race, a road motorcycle competition considered the most dangerous in Mexico.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Durango will receive motorcyclists from different parts of the country to compete in one of the fastest races in the world with an average speed of 250 kilometers per hour.

 ROUTE

The route will be 38 kilometers of the Durango-Mazatlán free highway, from Mimbres to the intersection with the deviation to the Superhighway. Competitors will go through 70 highly dangerous curves and towns such as El Soldado, Río Chico, El Mirador and El Pino.

WORLD CLASS

This race resembles the famous Tourist Trophy, on the Isle of Man, in Great Britain, and the Pikes Peak, in Colorado, United States, but on Mexican roads.

It will be the third of its kind to take place in 2021, after Invercargill and Cliffhanger Hill Climb, in New Zealand.

Durango receives the CAIN Road Race

 CATEGORIES

The categories are Novice, Amateur, Dual Purpose, and Professional.

 PUBLIC

The race will be open to the public and the organizers recommend that they observe from higher areas so as not to interfere with the race, especially in curves.

The public is recommended to see the race in Mimbres, El Soldado, La Palmira, Río Chico, EL Pino and Los Corrales. The Organizing Committee is also emphatic in making recommendations to the public not to cross the road during the competition, not to get at the end of the curves and to look for a place that is not level with the road, to avoid an accident.

 SCHEDULE

On Fridays and Saturdays there will be registrations in the Plaza IV Centenario.

On Sunday the road will be closed from 10:30 am; at 12:00 hours the first pilot in the competition will start; it will be one per minute. The first category will be Dual Purpose, followed by Experts, Amateur and Rookies.

It is expected to finish at 1:30 p.m., once the Mimbres contingent goes down to the finish line.

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Source: elsiglodedurango.com.mx, revistamoto.com

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