SiGMA gets behind Onelife Rally

SiGMA sponsors Maltese driver Luke Chetcuti

sigma igaming SiGMA gets behind Onelife Rally The SiGMA sponsored car

SiGMA will be throwing its support behind plucky Maltese driver Luke Chetcuti when he joins the Onelife Rally for a once-in-a-lifetime road trip in his limited edition Lamborghini.

This is the second edition of the rally, with the seven-day trip kicking off in Venice on the 30th of June before coming to a close in Romania on the 7th of July.

The one-city-a-night route will take the ten teams and their 50 supercars through Zagreb, Belgrade and then straight on to Budapest and finally Romania, where they will take the famous route along the Transfagarasan mountain road – earmarked by well-known television show Top Gear as one of the best road trips to take.

The 90 km long road runs through the Fagaras mountains which are part of the Transylvanian Alps, connecting Fagaras with Muntenia. The road follows a scenic route through the valley which twists itself alongside the river Argea, before descending into Cartisoara in the Olt valley.

The picturesque coastal town of Mamaia will see the end of the rally and will play host to a final adrenaline-fuelled drag race against another rally which will also be in town at the same time as the Onelife rally.

sigma igaming SiGMA gets behind Onelife Rally The OneLife Rally route

Drivers can expect a red-carpet welcome at some of Europe’s most spectacular 5-star hotels and fully comprehensive security as they travel.

The Onelife Rally will also include other opportunities for entertainment, including a track day, go-karting and plenty of evening glamour at the Romanian beach resort of Mamaia.

Mamaia is the only resort in Europe to have white, tropical-style sandy beaches. The Black Sea town is packed with clubs, making it one of the most popular summer resorts in Romania.

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