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For more than a century, the salt flats around Bonneville, once measuring 96,000 acres but now only 30,000, have been the premier location in the human quest for maximum vehicular velocity.
There are areas that are perfectly flat, like salt flats and lake beds.
Rocket cars accelerating over salt flats and dry lake beds can get going a good bit faster.
While the country is known for dramatic, otherworldly scenery (the Salar de Uyuni salt flats are quickly topping bucket lists), its cultural capital, La Paz, is just hitting its stride.
Beginning in Jodphur, India on October 30th, the team will ride with roughly thirty-four other teams of charitable adventure-seekers over five days to Jaipur--through sweltering deserts, salt flats, and beaches.
In the past, when ocean levels have been higher, the Afar depression filled with seawater, which explains the odd salt formations on the region's salt flats.
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