Vipul Patel and Arti Patel are a Married team on The Amazing Race 10.

After arriving on the later flight to China, Vipul & Arti constantly found themselves languishing at the back of the pack. They then struggled with directing their motorcycle driver to the next Route Marker, causing them to fall to last place, from which they never recovered. They placed 11th.


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Vipul & Arti are Race enthusiasts from Windermere, Florida, who also happen to be the first Indian-American Team to ever compete on THE AMAZING RACE. Happily married, the couple met in their teens when Arti would come over to Vipul's house to do Tae Bo with his sister.

Vipul was born in India before moving to Florida. He currently works in sales and claims that the biggest difference between him and his wife is that he is strong-willed while Arti is a pushover. Vipul describes himself as fun, witty and hyper. He admittedly can be overzealous at times.

Arti, a nutritional educator, prides herself on her ability to calm Vipul down when he gets too excited, a skill she will most likely need to call upon during the Race. She considers herself to be adventurous, dependable and fun-loving.

Vipul & Arti are well-traveled and speak several languages. Their primary motivation for competing on THE AMAZING RACE is to see the world with each other and meet new people.[1]

The Amazing Race 10

Race History

Vipul & Arti's Race History
Episode Leg Destination(s) Detour Choice
Placement Notes
1 1 United States → China Labor / Leisure Vipul 11 of 12
Average 11.00
     The team finished in first place
     The team finished in last place and was eliminated from the race
     The team finished in last place in a non-elimination leg
     The team that won The Amazing Race
     The team that crossed the Finish Line second
     The team that crossed the Finish Line third
The team used the Fast Forward pass
> The team used the Yield
< Recipient of the Yield


  • They now have two children, Kayah and Aarav.[2]


  • Vipul & Arti are the first co-ed Asian-American team and the first team of South Asian descent.

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