MXLink Live speaks with Sara Garcia on what it takes to race Dakar ‘Unassisted’ category 2020

MXLink Live speaks with Sara Garcia on what it takes to race Dakar ‘Unassisted’ category 2020

MXLink Live speaks with Sara Garcia on what it takes to race Dakar ‘Unassisted‘ category 2020.

Sara Garcia Dakar Rally 2020 Stage 3 Photo Credit: ASO

We ask Sara, what are the financial marketing strategies that are needed to be able to race the world’s most grueling event for 10 consecutive days.

Viewers have the opportunity to ask Sara a question on her experience racing Dakar 2020. Questions will be slotted in during Live conversation- posted as rolling banner at base of screen. We will try our best to get answers in Live Chat.

Live links: https://www.facebook.com/mxlinksharoncox/videos/733071570839907/

Words: Sharon Cox

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