Eight of the world’s most experienced truck drivers go head to head in some of the harshest environments on planet Earth.
In the final challenge of the competition, the three remaining drivers deliver clay pots to an isolated Buddhist monastery in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. During the three-day journey, they race 150 miles across treacherous roads in the Himalayan mountain range and face penalties for breaking the delicate cargo, before one of the hopefuls claims the £100,000 prize and title of World's Toughest Trucker. Last in the series
In the penultimate challenge, the drivers travel to India, where they haul potatoes through the bustling city of Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh, before navigating rugged monsoon-beaten tracks in a bid to reach the remote village of Lauri 250 miles away. In the country's popular Tata 1616 vehicles, the truckers race to their destination, aware that three of them will be eliminated from the competition - but mechanical problems jeopardise some of their chances of reaching the final
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