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Fernando Alonso’s co-driver Marc Coma admits he thought their Dakar Rally “was over” when a wheel was ripped from their Toyota Hilux on Monday’s second stage and was left “30 meters behind us” in the desert.
Dakar Rally favourite Joan Barreda says that the absence of Marc Coma from the bikes category will not make the task of winning the rally any easier in 2016.
The time has come for the selection of competitors...
At the end of a particularly hard first week, all the bike competitors of the 2015 Dakar are enjoying a well-earned rest day.
Helder Rodrigues, Nasser Al-Attiyah, and Ignacio Casale were the Stage 6 winners in their respective categories.
The fifth stage of Dakar has come to a close.
Sam Sunderland and Orlando Terranova are out of the Dakar Rally.
The Yamaha Factory Racing Rally Team Yamalube riders have made a positive start to the gruelling Dakar 2015 challenge.
Sam Sunderland claims KTM's first win of the year and Nasser Al-Attiyah beat Orlando Terranova by 22 seconds...
Marc Coma is one of the top favorites, heading into the Dakar Rally.
Stage updates from the 2014 Sealine.
What to expect from the Sealine Cross-Country Rally...
With four stages complete, Vladmir Vasilyev is holding the lead and could potentially win the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge.
Dakar Rally promised that it will be the toughest competition after moving to the South America, and they completely fulfilled the promise.
Starting with a brand new developed bike, the outstanding Honda CRF 450 Rally, Barreda was able to win a record of five stages.
The riders had to suffer through seven hours of special stage in one of the driest places on earth.
On a 9th stage dominated by the sand, Marc Coma made his mark and reinforced his lead in the general standings whilst picking up his 23rd special stage victory on the Dakar, his second in 2014
In the general standings, Spaniard Nani Roma thus lost almost a third of his lead and now only has an advantage of 23'46 over Stéphane Peterhansel.
Joan Barreda shone again with a flawless navigation.
Spain's Joan Barreda took his third victory in the 2014 edition, beating overall leader Marc Coma by 4′03″ at the end of a historic stage that took the Dakar to its 28th country
In the truck race, still dominated by Gerard De Rooy, Peter Versluis recorded the day’ best time.
Joan Barreda and his machine are in perfect shape and he is eager to attack the overall leader during the second week.
The Bavarian team and its riders delievered another set of solid performances on a day when it was important to arrive safely.