Rally drivers drove a small car from Prague to Ulan-Ude to raise money for charity

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Team No Reservation, supported by Kingston Technology, will travel 16,000 km off-road as part of

Mongol Rally 2019.

The American company Kingston Technology becamesponsor of the rally team Team No Reservation, which takes part in the annual Mongol Rally 2019 to raise funds for the charities Cool Earth and CORE.

As stated, commenting on the decision on sponsorship,Craig Tilmont, marketing director at Kingston: “Supporting Team No Reservations on their journey for charity was a very simple decision. The spirit of Mongol Rally and Team No Reservations is close to our idea of ​​“Kingston Everywhere.” We urge our users to use Kingston solutions in any travels, to take a fresh look at the world and help those who need help. ”

Thanks to support from the world's leadingmanufacturer of memory devices for digital technology, Team No Reservations was able to buy a Fiat Panda car with a 1.1 liter engine that meets the requirements of the rally.


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In addition, to help the team raise fundsfor charity, Kingston Technology provided its participants with Canvas and High Endurance memory cards, UV500, DT Bolt Duo solid-state drives, and high-speed card readers designed specifically for use in harsh and extreme conditions, thanks to which Team No Reservation pilot Peter Pham and his assistants will be able to blog and prepare social media content throughout the race.

“We are very pleased with the support from such a significant anda reputable company like Kingston,” said Peter Pham. “The very fact of collaborating with such companies draws attention to the problems we are trying to solve and helps raise more funds for charities. And, of course, as content creators, we can't help but be pleased with the reliability and endurance of the devices that the guys from Kingston have provided us with. Taking photos and shooting videos in the Central Asian deserts &#8211; it’s not the same as in the office” &#8211; Pham emphasized.

Mongol Rally is the largest annual rally for small cars, comprising several stages with a total length of more than 16,000 km.

In 2019, more than 300 took part in the rally.cars that started on July 22 in Prague and on the way to the finish in the capital of Buryatia, Ulan-Ude, will have to overcome off-road conditions in 20 countries without an established route and technical support teams.