Land Rover G4 Challenge

The Land Rover G4 Challenge is a global adventure competition; and as the spiritual successor to the Camel Trophy it has off road driving at its core. As of the cancelled 2008/2009 event, the G4 Challenge was to be run in support of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Land Rover announced the cancellation of the G4 Challenge on the 18th December 2008 due to the current global financial situation.

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Land Rover G4 Challenge - Vehicles Used
... Used By Competitors Defender 31 (29 used on main challenge) Stage 2 South Africa Range Rover 30 (28 used on main challenge) Stage 3 Australia Discovery 62 ... (60 used on ... The 2009 vehicles were decked out similarly to previously Challenge vehicles with the distinctive Tangiers Orange paintwork, but with new body decals emphasizing the G4. 3s (LR3s), two Freelander 2s (LR2) and one Range Rover were produced for the 2009 event visitors to the Solihull factory in the autumn of 2008 spotted a number of Tangiers Orange ...

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