In Land Rover by Jonathan Humphrey

It was tough keeping the truck in the race and a real challenge for the driver and both us co-drivers. We were often finishing the stage with very little turnaround time before starting the next one, so sleep wasn’t really on the agenda. There are so many obstacles out here as well; the terrain, the climate, all the time pressures whilst also needing to keep a cool head. As one of the injured members of the team, I also had to ensure I looked after my prosthetic and ensured I was in the best possible shape which is vital in these surroundings with the dust and high temperatures.

Corporal Whittingham RACE2RECOVERY | after finishing the Dakar Rally for the Second Time

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