Sir Edmund Hillary took their flag to the summit of Everest while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin wore the Explorer’s Club flag on their suits when they landed on the moon. We were now carrying the same Explorers Club flag, Number #2, that Andrews took with him across the Gobi in the 1920’s

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Hunting Dinosaur Eggs: We Join Infiniti on a chance of a lifetime in the Gobi Desert


Testing a new SUV can be done in many ways whether it be around the suburbs where or along a forestry trail, but how about chasing dinosaurs? Yes, with Infiniti’s QX SUVs, we drove across the Gobi Desert in Mongolia in search of 70-million year old dinosaurs.


In case it hadn’t dawned on me earlier, but as we were fjording flooded plains across the Gobi Desert in Southern Mongolia just to make it to our hotel, I realised that this was not to be a normal car PR event.


Unlike every drive program I’ve done where the focus has been to clock up miles on a loop from a hotel via lunch to an airport, this journey in a fleet of Infiniti’s newest SUVs was a means to an end as we were hunting 70 million year-old dinosaurs! [To be continued...]

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