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'The race is dead': This vital tip should protect vital vehicles from extreme cold in 'Expedition: Greenland' |  television

'The race is dead': This vital tip should protect vital vehicles from extreme cold in 'Expedition: Greenland' | television

A real challenge awaits the special vehicles in “The Expedition: Greenland”. During a 164-kilometre journey across Greenland, the famous minds have to pull a sled that sometimes weighs more than they weigh. Obviously, the extreme cold, with temperatures as low as -35 degrees, doesn't make it any easier for them. Before the group starts, guide Henk Jan Gil prepares the participants with vital tips.

“We have to pay close attention to the temperature,” he begins. The guide says there are two phrases the group should keep in mind. The first reads: “You should feel comfortably cold.” “The second is: 'When you're wet, you're dead.'” Humidity — and therefore also sweat — can be deadly, so in this case, BVs would do well to open their jackets or even take them off completely.

This advice immediately alarmed actor and presenter Joris Hessels (43 years old). “I'll forget about it,” he says. But “race is dead.” Or not, “the law is dead,” but “race is the law.”

“Expedition: Greenland” can be viewed at the following link: Streamsand continues from January 8 on Play4 and GoPlay.

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Henk-Jan Gehl, Tine Imbrechts, Pomilian Theis and Joris Hessels guided the Expedition: Greenland. © Joe Play