From the German Zinwald to our Cinovec have the participants of one of the most difficult international auto- competitions.
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Background: From the German Zinwald to our Cinovec have the participants of one of the most difficult international auto- competitions. The rally for peace and friendship crossed the border to Czechoslovakia. It has been the fourth day for the competition, when the cars, which started in Moscow, have driven through whole Poland and the German Democratic Republic. Our coverage shows the third and last speed tests of the territory of Czechoslovakia in Dube before Melnik. It has been the most difficult one, the drivers sit more than 36 hours in the cars and have driven last night more than 1.000 km through Czechoslovakia. The fourth and fifth Poland and Hungary. Wartburg no. 16 driven by Kurt Herman has lead in the competition of individuals till the last speed test on Ecco Homo. The start which have gained there the Czechoslovak riders Bobek and Mansfeld on the Skoda car, was sufficient for our couple to the final victory. From the seventy participants have arrived to Prague over fifty. Some as Rieger and Urban No. 34 with very damaged cars. The Soviet drivers Brancis and Tenisay, the fourth in the competition of individuals on the Mcskvic. The absolute victors, The Czechoslovak racers Bobek - Mansfeld.