- Jan 16, 2011
- Marcelo Maragni
- Carlos Sainz
- Dakar Rally 2011, Dakar Rally 2012
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- Red Bull’s Carlos Sainz and co-driver Lucas Cruz share with a bottle of bubbly at the finish Dakar Rally. ‘No, I am not disappointed. This is how the race goes. After two tough weeks, there is nothing left to say. I gave it my very best shot.’
Dakar Competition: Win signed Dakar 2012 roadbooks and KTM Team jerseys from Dakar legends Cyril Despres and Marc Coma....
Cyril Despres Blog: Dakar Rally | Keeping calm Jan 15, 2012
by Cyril Despres
Cyril Despres looks to have secured his fourth Dakar Rally title after opening up an 11-minute lead over Marc Coma with one stage of the race remaining…
Fresh from being voted Portuguese Sportsman of the Year we hear from Hélder Rodrigues as he gears up for the 2012 Dakar Rally…
The Dakar: Why? (Part II) Jan 10, 2011
In part two of a series, we search for answers from some of the Dakar’s biggest stars on what drives them to face rallying’s toughest challenge year after year...
Dakar 2011: What Makes the Touareg #1? Jan 8, 2011
Ever since the Dakar rally’s switch to South America back in 2009, the Volkswagen Race Touareg has dominated the world's toughest endurance race. Here are 10 reasons why the rally leader is proving...
Daily Dakar Diary: Dune landings Jan 7, 2011
A monster timed special stage of over 400km took the 2011 Dakar Rally from Calama to Iquique in the north of Chile. The marathon stage started on rocky tracks and ended with a spectacular decline of...
The Dakar: Why? (Part I) Jan 9, 2011
Its one of the world's most grueling races and yet, every year, over 400 drivers and riders plus a support crew of 2,500 people tackles the Dakar Rally. Why? We search for answers from some of the...
Dakar Diary: Tussle for the top spot Jan 12, 2011
The bivouac may have stayed put in Copiapo but there was still plenty of exploring for the competitors to do on the Dakar as the pilots took on a 200km loop around the focal point of the Chilean...