Bentley Continental GT V8 S racing a train in desert [Video]

by SpeedLux

Eighty-five years since three-time Le Mans champion Leader Woolf Barnato competed the ‘Blue Train’ from Cannes to Calais confirming Bentley’s efficiency adeptness, Steven Kane which projects a Bentley GT3 in the Blancpain GT collection, finished a modern variation of the conference in a four-hour 14 minute sprint versus Saudi Arabia’s only desert traveler train.

The dune train runs almost 300 miles from Riyadh of Saudi Arabia to Damman on the Arabian Gulf. Driving a brand-new Continental GT V8 S Exchangeable, Kane competed the engine on August 15th, a time when Saudi Arabia was the most popular position on planet. Driving via desert roadways covered with sand as well as evading camels under a scorching sunlight, Kane as well as the Bentley won with 6 mins to exempt.

After the back-breaking drive, Steven Kane, claimed: “4 hrs coincides time as a job at Le Mans. This was much a lot more difficult. The warmth, the problems, unknowning where the train was, while driving within the restrictions of the nation’s laws. It was a race like nothing else. I really hope Barnato would certainly be pleased.”



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