MOTORECORD in Guinness World Records Book 2010


A international team led by Roland Hess – Chile /Switzerland, German Hess - Chile/Switzerland; Johann Janko -Chile/Austria and Giovanni Sanguedolce - Argentina/Italy had officially broken a six year old record set by a Chinese group, who rode up to 6113 m of Mt Everest on the13 May 2002. The Team was trained by Valerio Pastorino (Trial) and Oscar Commentz (Mountaineering), with the valuable support of Swiss Embassy and the collaboration from Latinoamerican Trial Multichampion Cesar Ramos & HRC CEO Sergio Baracatt who deliver us the Honda 4RT Motorcycles.

The achievement appear (with pictures) in the annual Guinness World Records book from 2010 (on page 96). The record imply for “the highest altitude reached by a motorcycle”.

It was published in more than 100 countries and 25 languages and distributed annually to more than 3 million people around the globe.

Atacama Desert

The Atacama Desert (Spanish: Desierto de Atacama) is a plateau in South America, covering a 600-mile (1,000 km) strip of land on the Pacific coast, west of the Andes mountains. It is, according to NASA, National Geographic and many other publications, the driest desert in the world.

The Atacama occupies 40,600 square miles (105,000 km2] in northern Chile, composed mostly of salt lakes (salares), sand, and felsic lava flows towards the Andes (W.2012).

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