The show was introduced in 2019 in an effort to promote off-road racing in Vietnam.

It has since grown into a highly-anticipated annual event for fans of the sport.

This year, HTV continues to organize the fourth edition of the show at its familiar filming area in Cu Chi District from September 15 to 18.

Thai Thanh Chung, deputy general director of Ho Chi Minh City Television (HTV), speaks during a press conference of the ‘HTV Challenge Cup’ off-road racing show, September 6, 2022. Photo: M.Q. / Tuoi Tre

Thai Thanh Chung, deputy general director of Ho Chi Minh City Television (HTV), speaks during a press conference of the ‘HTV Challenge Cup’ off-road racing show, September 6, 2022. Photo: M.Q. / Tuoi Tre

The organizer also confirmed the participation of 86 teams, who are set to compete in five vehicle classes — original pickup truck, upgraded pickup truck, original four-wheel drive, upgraded four-wheel drive, and professional four-wheel drive.

Thai Thanh Chung, deputy general director of HTV, revealed that many activities will also be held on the sidelines of the program, “turning it into a true festival for enthusiasts.”

Fans can both spectate the show in person at the filming area in Cu Chi District and watch it on HTV channels, HTV’s verified Facebook page and YouTube channel, and HTV app.

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