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81,409 Steps At Gatebil Rudskogen


Again in 2017, I hiked a part of the so-called King’s Path (Kungsleden) in North Sweden, a path that’s roughly 440 kilometers (270 miles) lengthy. I walked a route that was roughly 60 kilometers, and it took me per week to finish it with no stress, stopping for a break every so often at lovely vistas and having fun with what nature needed to provide. All in all, it was a really stress-free and fulfilling week.

At Gatebil Rudskogen 2022, I walked, ran, crawled and climbed 54.2 kilometers or 81,409 steps. To me, that’s fairly spectacular contemplating that I did it over one weekend. Granted, the iPhone Well being app isn’t 100% correct relating to what number of steps you full every day, however it’s the closest factor now we have to an automated step counter.

Listed below are a few of my highlights from the weekend, with a step depend.

Porsche 993/935 – Step Rely: 2,451


Should you do an Google picture search on ‘Wangan Racing’, you’ll discover a image of a Martini-liveried Porsche 935 driving in a tunnel with a small flame spewing from the exhaust. That’s the picture that just about received me digging deeper into Japanese road racing tradition. I’ve needed to see a 935 in particular person ever since, and I received fairly shut at Gatebil Rudskogen with this 935-kitted 993 from the ‘No Matching Numbers’ staff. The most effective factor is, it was being pushed to its absolute restrict.

Fredric Aasbø & Olav Haugen Hasdal – Step Rely: 27,931


I finished by Fredric Aasbø’s paddock pit to take a look at his Jon Sibal-designed Toyota Supra. Folks had been fast to encompass the automotive, and speak to Fredric and take selfies. What I didn’t anticipate to see was drifter Olav Haugen Hasdal asking for a photograph, however it’s all the time enjoyable seeing one driver be a fan of one other.

A Faculty Mission – Step Rely: 28,051


It’s not simply drift builds and insane time assault vehicles at Gatebil. Yearly since 2012, the coed group Revolve NTNU have been constructing these race vehicles for the System Scholar engineering competitors. This yr they confirmed their all-electrical Revolve Nova from a few years again, which produces 115hp and weighs simply 162.5kg, leading to a 0-100km/h time of simply 2.3-seconds.

A Acquainted Sight – Step Rely: 60,971


I wasn’t anticipating to satisfy any fellow Icelanders at this occasion after listening to that Fannar’s Porsche 944 drift automotive broke down weeks earlier than the occasion. My hopes of reconnecting with somebody from my house nation had been slim, however then I noticed this pink BMW E46 with a well-known license plate going sideways.

A Beneficial Lesson – Step Rely: 61,221


With so many vehicles coming into Breisladden (energy drift) competitors, I wanted to attend some time earlier than I may seize a picture of Fredric Aasbø. When he lastly arrived I fired away, however my shutter stopped as quickly as he initiated into the primary nook. I regarded on the display and it learn ‘No house on the reminiscence card’. It was a rookie mistake I hopefully received’t make once more.

DJ Aasbø – Step Rely: 71,144


This entire article may have been about Fredric in all equity. Through the after occasion, Norway’s favourite drift champ stepped on stage and spun the information for the individuals beneath. Was there a greater solution to hype up the group for the upcoming artists? I don’t suppose so.

A Drained Doggy – Step Rely: 78,323


I felt this one. An image that explains what I’d seem like a number of hours later in the course of the automotive journey house. Sleep was one factor I was actually trying ahead to after three days dwelling on the monitor.

I hope you’ve loved my Gatebil protection from each Sweden and Norway. There have been some wild builds at each occasions, so look out for some spotlights and options on these within the coming weeks.

Alen Hasta
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