An Italian driver sets a new Guinness World Record at Morocco’s most dangerous road

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Dades Valley in Morocco./Ph. DR

Italian driver Fabio Barone has set a record in Morocco, driving his Ferrari 45 in the 8-kilometer long Dades Valley track in only 4 minutes and 42 seconds, reports Gazzete del Sud on Thursday.

With this incredible timing, Barone won the Speed World Record, setting his third Guinness World Record.

His two other victories were recorded in Transfagarasan,a road in Romania and in China’s Tianmen Mountain Road, one of the most dangerous tracks in the world.

The same source indicates that the Moroccan authorities have facilitated his task while in the Kingdom and provided him with support and the necessary logistics.

For the record, the Dades Valley known as Dadès Gorges are a series of rugged wadi gorges carved out by the Dadès River in Morocco.

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