Drivers and cars will have to cope with temperatures of more than 30°C and humidity of 95% which can be hugely draining in an intense race as well as often affecting the performance of cars. It does, however, make for a thrilling spectacle and one of the most challenging events of the season.
For the fourth round of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), teams will be heading for the Rally Malaysia to Johor Bahru on the southern tip of the Malaysian peninsula, close to Singapore. This event runs through the spectacular palm oil plantations of the region, but the dusty gravel tracks are just a small part of the challenge.
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