In the wake of securing a record 14 titles, Russian truck maker Kamaz has ended up being an imposing rival in the difficult Rally Dakar. This year was no special case, as bold driver Eduard Nikolaev secured another win at the current year’s Rally Dakar for the Kamaz Master group. To keep up this triumphant streak in arrangement for the up and coming Silk Way rally this July, the Russian driver took the crazy hustling truck to the Transpolar area of Murmansk to check whether it could withstand some unbelievably extraordinary snow conditions.

There’s a reason the Kamaz-4326 dashing truck is affectionally known as the “Eliminator.” Not just is it a catchier name, this brute measures 10 tons and packs a 16.2-liter V8 diesel creating a noteworthy 1,000-hp. To test the new Continental 14.00 R20 164/160K HC tires, Nikolaev quickened to 87 mph, moved toward a snow bounce and flew through the air for 37 meters pulling 12G.

Such a deed doesn’t appear to be conceivable in a 10-ton truck, however it looks superb in moderate movement where we get the chance to see the 30 cm of suspension go at work. As indicated by the group, the tires “grasped the frigid slush well, the suspension withstood the blows and, on getting, the truck carried on at most extreme speed to demonstrate that they are the Kings of the Northern Desert.” “To test the truck we went to Kirovsk, in the Murmansk district, to one of the snowiest areas in Russia,” Nikolaev clarifies. “There, directly through to the late spring, there’s a ton of profound snow. For our KAMAZ-4326, these conditions are fundamentally the same as driving on the sands of South America or Africa.
Watch This Insane 1,000-HP Russian Racing Truck Get Some Serious Air
For the group this is incredible preparing in the aptitudes of driving on the coming “silk” ridges.” This year’s Silk Way rally starts on July 7 at Moscow’s Red Square where the Kamaz will handle 14 phases and 5,903 tiring miles crosswise over Russia, Kazakhstan, and China.
Watch This Insane 1,000-HP Russian Racing Truck Get Some Serious Air