Dakar – Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2 –

DAKAR MOTO 2017 – STAGE 2

Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2 -

Toby Price, the first non-European winner in the Dakar, slammed his rivals on the second day of the Dakar motorcycle 2017. The Australian took the stage victory with authority and the overall lead after a scathing attack. demonstration on his KTM between Resistencia in San Miguel de Tucuman (Argentina).

“Winning means that the target is now behind my back,” said Toby Price before the start of the 2017 Dakar. “In motorsports in general and in the Dakar in particular, a lot of unexpected things can happen and everyone will be at it. lookout for the slightest misstep on my part ", predicts the KTM official, from his second attempt (3rd in 2015).

This sturdy Australian guy, weighing 1m88 for 93 kg, admits it himself: to win this way at only 28 years old was "quite incredible". But now that the surprise effect has passed, the native of New South Wales has only one: repeat the feat to continue the incredible winning streak of his employer KTM, undefeated in the Dakar since 2001. !

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2 -

"When you’ve won once, you know it’s possible," rightly asserts the No.1, who gave a brilliant display of authority in the 275 km timed special on the narrow, dusty tracks. from the Chaco region (Argentina). Author of a cautious start (17th), Price is to finally win with more than three minutes ahead of his first pursuer.

Price comfortable in the boss costume 

To win, the Australian maintained a hellish pace on his 450 Rally: the defending champion is the only one to have maintained an average pace of 110 km / h in the special, with peaks of over 180 km / h! Behind, only his compatriot and teammate Matthias Walkner was able to more or less follow his breakaway … before being finally demoted to 13th place a few hours after the finish following a 5 min penalty received for speeding !

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2 -

The Portuguese Paulo Goncalves in his factory Honda consequently recovers the second place of the stage 3’51 behind Price, as well as the second place overall. A good performance for the experienced and consistent No.17, who just lacked a hint of pure speed to claim victory. The fact remains that if his teammate Joan Barreda is often faster, he is fishing for his part by a certain inconstancy …

The headliner of the HC thus finished the day in 8th place, that is to say his position in the provisional following: as on the first day, Barreda finished behind his young rookie team-mate, Toby Brabec. Small disappointment also for the water carrier of Barreda, the Nîmes Michaël Metge, 26th in the stage and 23rd in the provisional. But the road to the finish on January 14 is still long: the two men have plenty of time to make the powder speak for their factory CRF450. !

Xavier de Soultrait remains at the forefront

Third in the stage 4’06 behind the winner, Xavier de Soultrait confirms his excellent start for his fourth participation in the Dakar: the Frenchman is in fourth place overall on his Yamaha, behind Sam Sunderland’s KTM (4th in the step). De Soultrait, in wheeling below, retains the status of best Yamaha representative, far ahead of Adrien Van Beveren who has been quite discreet since the start (12th in the stage and in the provisional).

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2 -

Joan Pedrero, winner of the first stage following the downgrading of Soultrait, finished his second day 11th at 8’09: the Sherco team driver coached by David Casteu plunged to ninth place overall. Finally, the Spanish Laia Sanz takes 24th place of the day on her KTM n ° 19: the multiple trial champion is in 26th place in the provisional.

The third stage started this morning takes place between San Miguel de Tucuman and Salvador de Jujuy (Argentina) over a total of 780 km, including 364 km of special. For the first time, bikers will tackle off-piste, the passage of rios and especially the dreaded rise in altitude: a passage at more than 5000 meters of altitude will put to contribution the physics of the pilots and the mechanics of the motorcycles !

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 2 -

Only 133 riders are at the start of this stage 3 this Wednesday, which is already eleven less than at the start on Monday in Asuncion (Paraguay). The first big day of rallying was fatal for many drivers …

The statements of the second stage of the Dakar motorcycle 2017

Toby Price – KTM (1st): "It was a very long and very fast stage. There were no difficulties in terms of navigation but the conditions were difficult with very hot heat and a lot of dust. It was demanding for the men as for the machines. You also had to be very careful with the cows crossing the track in certain places. I’m more used to seeing kangaroos… In the end I win the stage. The rally has now started, I’m ready for the next day. "

Paulo Goncalves – Honda (2nd): "It’s the first big stage of this Dakar, it was very fast, with a lot of dangers, especially in the first 80 kilometers. I wanted to go fast enough, but I was careful because on the second day of the Dakar, it is still a little early to expose ourselves to risks. These first days are very special with this heat, we spend the whole day totally soaked (in sweat because the temperature is close to 40 ° C, Editor’s note), It’s very hard".

Joan Barreda – Honda (8th): "The stage was fast with a first part where the dangers were present with in particular a few holes and small crevasses. The second part was quieter, once the positions of the stage had been acquired. I am therefore happy with the day and this transition stage where the differences are not important. The real result of this type of stage is to be there, in the know and without having made many mistakes. It was a stage in which it was not necessary not get upset. But on the next few we will try to attack ".

David Casteu, Sherco TVS team manager : "Joan had a very good special (11th, Editor’s note), positioning himself 8’09" from the winner of the stage and remains very well placed in the Top 10 at 6’46 "from the leader. On Wednesday, he will start from an ideal position for a very long special. A big day awaits him where everything will be possible. Yesterday there were a lot of emotions, we celebrated Joan’s stage victory with the nine people of Team Sherco TVS Rallye Factory. We celebrated the success of our very efficient and united team behind Joan. It reminded me of my victory on the first stage of the Dakar 2010 on the handlebars of a Sherco ".

Summary of stage 2 of the Dakar (motorcycle at 1min53)

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 Results and classification of stage 2 of the Dakar motorcycle 2017

  1. PRICE (AUS) KTM 02:37:32 – –
  2. GONCALVES (PRT) HONDA 02:41:23 00:03:51 –
  3. DE SOULTRAIT (FRA) YAMAHA 02:41:38 00:04:06 –
  4. SUNDERLAND (GBR) KTM 02:41:51 00:04:19 –
  5. QUINTANILLA (CHL) HUSQVARNA 02:42:20 00:04:48 –
  6. SVITKO (SVK) KTM 02:42:26 00:04:54 –
  7. BRABEC (USA) HONDA 02:43:12 00:05:40 –
  8. BARREDA BORT (ESP) HONDA 02:43:57 00:06:25 –
  9. FARRES GUELL (ESP) KTM 02:44:58 00:07:26 –
  10. FAGGOTTER (AUS) YAMAHA 02:45:22 00:07:50 –
  11. PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP) SHERCO TVS 02:45:41 00:08:09 –
  12. VAN BEVEREN (FRA) YAMAHA 02:45:47 00:08:15 –
  13. WALKNER (AUT) KTM 02:45:54 00:08:22 00:05:00
  14. CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP) KTM 02:48:10 00:10:38 –
  15. MONLEON (ESP) KTM 02:48:31 00:10:59 –
  16. BOTTURI (ITA) YAMAHA 02:48:52 00:11:20 00:05:00
  17. JAKES (SVK) KTM 02:49:06 00:11:34 –
  18. DUPLESSIS (ARG) KTM 02:49:35 00:12:03 00:05:00
  19. RENET (FRA) HUSQVARNA 02:49:59 00:12:27 –
  20. KLYMCIW (CZE) HUSQVARNA 02:50:13 00:12:41 –
  21. CAIMI (ARG) HONDA 02:50:30 00:12:58 00:05:00
  22. RODRIGUES (PRT) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 02:51:53 00:14:21 –
  23. CERUTTI (ITA) HUSQVARNA 02:53:51 00:16:19 –
  24. SANZ (ESP) KTM 02:54:01 00:16:29 –
  25. SMITH (AUS) KTM 02:54:03 00:16:31 00:05:00
  26. METGE (FRA) HONDA 02:54:37 00:17:05 –
  27. SALVATIERRA (BOL) KTM 02:54:56 00:17:24 –
  28. GYENES (ROU) KTM 02:55:30 00:17:58 –
  29. GIMENO GARCÍA (ESP) KTM 02:55:44 00:18:12 –
  30. PATRAO (PRT) KTM 02:55:50 00:18:18 –
  31. OLIVERAS CARRERAS (ESP) KTM 02:55:53 00:18:21 –
  32. RODRIGUES (PRT) YAMAHA 02:57:19 00:19:47 –
  33. TOMICZEK (POL) KTM 03:00:41 00:23:09 –
  34. PABISKA (CZE) KTM 03:01:07 00:23:35 –
  35. KOZAC (ARG) KTM 03:01:16 00:23:44 –
  36. HART (AUS) HUSQVARNA 03:04:35 00:27:03 –
  37. REIS (PRT) KTM 03:05:38 00:28:06 –
  38. RUOSO (ITA) KTM 03:06:04 00:28:32 –
  39. ESPANA MUNOZ (AND) KTM 03:06:56 00:29:24 –
  40. POSKITT (GBR) KTM 03:07:18 00:29:46 –
  41. CHUNCHUNGUPPE SHIVASHANKAR (IND) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 03:07:41 00:30:09 –
  42. CORNEJO FLORIMO (CHL) KTM 03:08:00 00:30:28 –
  43. MARTINS (BRA) YAMAHA 03:08:21 00:30:49 –
  44. THOMAS (ZAF) HUSQVARNA 03:08:46 00:31:14 –
  45. TRIISA (EST) HUSQVARNA 03:08:51 00:31:19 –
  46. FUENTES (BOL) KTM 03:09:02 00:31:30 –
  47. ROMERO (ESP) YAMAHA 03:09:10 00:31:38 –
  48. VAN PELT (NLD) HUSQVARNA 03:09:29 00:31:57 –
  49. CARDONA VAGNONI (FRI) KTM 03:09:44 00:32:12 –
  50. PORTELA MORAIS (PRT) KTM 03:09:51 00:32:19 –
  51. TIMER (FRA) KTM 03:09:58 00:32:26 –
  52. SOLA TERRADELLAS (ESP) YAMAHA 03:10:04 00:32:32 –
  53. VAN DEN GOORBERGH (NLD) KTM 03:10:10 00:32:38 –
  54. CABRERA (CHL) KAWASAKI 03:11:23 00:33:51 –
  55. OLIVEIRA (PRT) YAMAHA 03:13:11 00:35:39 –
  56. MANCA (ITA) KTM 03:13:12 00:35:40 –
  57. BIANCHI PRATA (PRT) HONDA 03:15:24 00:37:52 00:00:30
  58. LUCCHESE (ITA) YAMAHA 03:17:08 00:39:36 –
  59. ENGEL (CZE) KTM 03:17:49 00:40:17 –
  60. MOTA (PRT) YAMAHA 03:18:54 00:41:22 –
  61. IVANIUTIN (RUS) HUSQVARNA 03:19:13 00:41:41 –
  62. DIOCLEZIANO (ITA) KTM 03:19:55 00:42:23 –
  63. CASELANI (BRA) HONDA 03:22:58 00:45:26 –
  64. CHOLLET (FRA) YAMAHA 03:24:07 00:46:35 –
  65. METELLI (ITA) KTM 03:24:58 00:47:26 –
  66. FLITER (BRA) HONDA 03:25:11 00:47:39 00:01:00
  67. CROSBIE (BWA) KTM 03:25:20 00:47:48 –
  68. HUNT (GBR) HUSQVARNA 03:28:08 00:50:36 –
  69. RODRIGUEZ (ARG) KTM 03:30:27 00:52:55 –
  70. PASCUAL (ARG) KTM 03:30:32 00:53:00 –
  71. ECHEVESTE (ARG) KTM 03:30:36 00:53:04 –
  72. DESI (HUN) KTM 03:32:28 00:54:56 –
  73. PAYEN (FRA) KTM 03:34:08 00:56:36 –
  74. AGAZZI (ITA) HONDA 03:35:22 00:57:50 –
  75. ONTIVEROS (ARG) BETA 03:35:44 00:58:12 –
  76. LAZARD (URY) KTM 03:36:11 00:58:39 –
  77. MEERU (EST) HUSQVARNA 03:36:24 00:58:52 –
  78. LACUNZA (ARG) KTM 03:37:05 00:59:33 –
  79. VLCEK (CZE) HUSQVARNA 03:38:51 01:01:19 –
  80. SARMIENTO CERON (COL) KTM 03:38:55 01:01:23 –
  81. SOUSA JR. (PRT) KTM 03:39:54 01:02:22 –
  82. LHOTSKY (CZE) KTM 03:40:17 01:02:45 00:02:00
  83. VERKADE (NLD) KTM 03:40:34 01:03:02 00:00:30
  84. BOS (NLD) HUSQVARNA 03:41:05 01:03:33 –
  85. CAVELIUS (FRA) KTM 03:41:09 01:03:37 –
  86. GULDMAN GONZALEZ (CHL) KAWASAKI 03:41:41 01:04:09 –
  87. ANGUIANO REIG (ESP) KTM 03:41:44 01:04:12 –
  88. RIEZEBOS (NLD) KTM 03:42:28 01:04:56 –
  89. VELLUTINO (PER) KTM 03:42:57 01:05:25 –
  90. SAGHMEISTER (SRB) KTM 03:43:20 01:05:48 00:01:00
  91. ALRUBAIAN (KWT) KTM 03:43:25 01:05:53 –
  92. MARCIC (SVN) KTM 03:43:54 01:06:22 –
  93. COMOGLIO (FRA) KTM 03:44:28 01:06:56 –
  94. MENARD (FRA) KTM 03:44:43 01:07:11 –
  95. CARBONERO (ARG) KAWASAKI 03:45:03 01:07:31 –
  96. CANDIA (PRY) KTM 03:45:46 01:08:14 –
  97. TERBLANCHE (ZAF) KTM 03:46:32 01:09:00 –
  98. MORENO KRISTIANSEN (COL) KTM 03:47:30 01:09:58 –
  99. ROMERO FONT (ESP) KTM 03:49:16 01:11:44 –
  100. ROQUESALANE (FRA) KTM 03:49:26 01:11:54 –
  101. TER BEEK (NLD) KTM 03:49:33 01:12:01 –
  102. STASIACZEK (POL) KTM 03:50:52 01:13:20 –
  103. URQUIA (ARG) YAMAHA 03:50:52 01:13:20 –
  104. REINIKE (CHL) KTM 03:51:09 01:13:37 –
  105. BURROUGHS (GBR) KTM 03:51:11 01:13:39 –
  106. EVANS (ZAF) KTM 03:51:57 01:14:25 –
  107. BRUCY (FRA) KTM 03:52:57 01:15:25 00:25:00
  108. WATSON (GBR) KTM 03:53:24 01:15:52 –
  109. MONIN (FRA) KTM 03:55:14 01:17:42 –
  110. KAZAMA (JPN) YAMAHA 03:55:47 01:18:15 –
  111. VANDERWEYEN (BEL) KTM 03:57:02 01:19:30 –
  112. JOUIS (FRA) KTM 03:59:12 01:21:40 –
  113. BUTUZA (ROU) KTM 03:59:36 01:22:04 –
  114. GARCIA MERINO (ESP) YAMAHA 03:59:40 01:22:08 –
  115. MORAT (FRA) KTM 04:01:49 01:24:17 –
  116. BETHYS (FRA) ZONGSHEN 04:02:24 01:24:52 –
  117. VACHERAND (FRA) KTM 04:02:52 01:25:20 –
  118. DELIEGE (FRA) KTM 04:04:23 01:26:51 –
  119. GRACIDA GARZA (MEX) HUSQVARNA 04:07:08 01:29:36 –
  120. NIFONTOVA (RUS) HUSQVARNA 04:09:46 01:32:14 –
  121. SMIT (NLD) HUSQVARNA 04:13:22 01:35:50 –
  122. SENN VAN BASEL (NLD) KTM 04:16:47 01:39:15 00:00:30
  123. METGE (FRA) SHERCO TVS 04:25:38 01:48:06 00:15:00
  124. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 04:29:50 01:52:18 –
  125. NOGALES COPA (BOL) KTM 04:33:34 01:56:02 –
  126. HORVATH (HUN) KTM 04:33:34 01:56:02 –
  127. PRABHAKAR (IND) SHERCO TVS 04:34:38 ​​01:57:06 –
  128. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 04:45:44 02:08:12 –
  129. PICCO (ITA) YAMAHA 04:58:35 02:21:03 –
  130. MEGRE (PRT) KTM 05:13:23 02:35:51 –
  131. HEMBERT (FRA) YAMAHA 05:28:07 02:50:35 –
  132. OLIVETTO (ITA) KTM 05:34:31 02:56:59 00:01:00
  133. RAMOS (ESP) KTM 11:04:30 08:26:58 02:00:00

Provisional general classification of the Dakar motorcycle 2017

  1. PRICE (AUS) KTM 03:07:17 – –
  2. GONCALVES (PRT) HONDA 03:10:11 00:02:54 –
  3. SUNDERLAND (GBR) KTM 03:10:40 00:03:23 –
  4. DE SOULTRAIT (FRA) YAMAHA 03:10:58 00:03:41 00:01:00
  5. QUINTANILLA (CHL) HUSQVARNA 03:11:43 00:04:26 –
  6. BRABEC (USA) HONDA 03:11:46 00:04:29 –
  7. SVITKO (SVK) KTM 03:12:02 00:04:45 –
  8. BARREDA BORT (ESP) HONDA 03:12:49 00:05:32 –
  9. PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP) SHERCO TVS 03:14:03 00:06:46 –
  10. FARRES GUELL (ESP) KTM 03:14:06 00:06:49 –
  11. WALKNER (AUT) KTM 03:14:56 00:07:39 00:05:00
  12. VAN BEVEREN (FRA) YAMAHA 03:15:09 00:07:52 –
  13. FAGGOTTER (AUS) YAMAHA 03:16:07 00:08:50 –
  14. CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP) KTM 03:17:26 00:10:09 –
  15. BOTTURI (ITA) YAMAHA 03:18:25 00:11:08 00:05:00
  16. DUPLESSIS (ARG) KTM 03:19:16 00:11:59 00:05:00
  17. MONLEON (ESP) KTM 03:19:16 00:11:59 –
  18. JAKES (SVK) KTM 03:20:07 00:12:50 –
  19. RENET (FRA) HUSQVARNA 03:20:26 00:13:09 –
  20. CAIMI (ARG) HONDA 03:21:10 00:13:53 00:05:00
  21. KLYMCIW (CZE) HUSQVARNA 03:21:14 00:13:57 –
  22. RODRIGUES (PRT) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 03:21:35 00:14:18 –
  23. METGE (FRA) HONDA 03:23:45 00:16:28 00:00:30
  24. CERUTTI (ITA) HUSQVARNA 03:24:31 00:17:14 –
  25. SMITH (AUS) KTM 03:24:41 00:17:24 00:05:00
  26. SANZ (ESP) KTM 03:24:42 00:17:25 –
  27. SALVATIERRA (BOL) KTM 03:25:36 00:18:19 –
  28. GIMENO GARCÍA (ESP) KTM 03:26:47 00:19:30 –
  29. GYENES (ROU) KTM 03:26:48 00:19:31 –
  30. PATRAO (PRT) KTM 03:26:48 00:19:31 –
  31. OLIVERAS CARRERAS (ESP) KTM 03:27:42 00:20:25 –
  32. RODRIGUES (PRT) YAMAHA 03:28:06 00:20:49 –
  33. TOMICZEK (POL) KTM 03:32:57 00:25:40 –
  34. KOZAC (ARG) KTM 03:33:14 00:25:57 –
  35. PABISKA (CZE) KTM 03:33:49 00:26:32 –
  36. REIS (PRT) KTM 03:37:42 00:30:25 –
  37. RUOSO (ITA) KTM 03:38:46 00:31:29 –
  38. ESPANA MUNOZ (AND) KTM 03:39:54 00:32:37 –
  39. CHUNCHUNGUPPE SHIVASHANKAR (IND) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 03:40:26 00:33:09 –
  40. POSKITT (GBR) KTM 03:40:30 00:33:13 –
  41. CORNEJO FLORIMO (CHL) KTM 03:40:58 00:33:41 –
  42. SOLA TERRADELLAS (ESP) YAMAHA 03:41:01 00:33:44 –
  43. THOMAS (ZAF) HUSQVARNA 03:41:19 00:34:02 –
  44. ROMERO (ESP) YAMAHA 03:41:27 00:34:10 –
  45. VAN PELT (NLD) HUSQVARNA 03:41:39 00:34:22 –
  46. PORTELA MORAIS (PRT) KTM 03:41:39 00:34:22 –
  47. MARTINS (BRA) YAMAHA 03:41:46 00:34:29 –
  48. LEAKS (BOWL) KTM 03:42:54 00:35:37 –
  49. TRIISA (EST) HUSQVARNA 03:43:02 00:35:45 –
  50. VAN DEN GOORBERGH (NLD) KTM 03:43:02 00:35:45 –
  51. CARDONA VAGNONI (FRI) KTM 03:43:11 00:35:54 –
  52. MINAUDIER (FRA) KTM 03:43:13 00:35:56 –
  53. CABRERA (CHL) KAWASAKI 03:43:39 00:36:22 –
  54. OLIVEIRA (PRT) YAMAHA 03:47:53 00:40:36 –
  55. MANCA (ITA) KTM 03:47:53 00:40:36 –
  56. BIANCHI PRATA (PRT) HONDA 03:50:36 00:43:19 00:01:30
  57. LUCCHESE (ITA) YAMAHA 03:50:54 00:43:37 –
  58. MOTA (PRT) YAMAHA 03:52:18 00:45:01 –
  59. HART (AUS) HUSQVARNA 03:53:53 00:46:36 00:15:00
  60. ENGEL (CZE) KTM 03:54:06 00:46:49 –
  61. IVANIUTIN (RUS) HUSQVARNA 03:54:26 00:47:09 –
  62. DIOCLEZIANO (ITA) KTM 03:55:32 00:48:15 –
  63. CASELANI (BRA) HONDA 03:57:34 00:50:17 00:01:00
  64. CHOLLET (FRA) YAMAHA 03:57:55 00:50:38 –
  65. CROSBIE (BWA) KTM 04:00:11 00:52:54 –
  66. FLITER (BRA) HONDA 04:01:07 00:53:50 00:01:00
  67. METELLI (ITA) KTM 04:01:18 00:54:01 –
  68. HUNT (GBR) HUSQVARNA 04:05:38 00:58:21 –
  69. RODRIGUEZ (ARG) KTM 04:06:26 00:59:09 –
  70. PASCUAL (ARG) KTM 04:07:16 00:59:59 –
  71. ECHEVESTE (ARG) KTM 04:07:20 01:00:03 00:01:00
  72. DESI (HUN) KTM 04:09:05 01:01:48 –
  73. PAYEN (FRA) KTM 04:11:08 01:03:51 –
  74. LAZARD (URY) KTM 04:12:05 01:04:48 –
  75. ONTIVEROS (ARG) BETA 04:13:05 01:05:48 –
  76. AGAZZI (ITA) HONDA 04:13:17 01:06:00 –
  77. LACUNZA (ARG) KTM 04:14:08 01:06:51 –
  78. MEERU (EST) HUSQVARNA 04:14:55 01:07:38 –
  79. VERKADE (NLD) KTM 04:15:00 01:07:43 00:00:30
  80. VLCEK (CZE) HUSQVARNA 04:16:56 01:09:39 –
  81. LHOTSKY (CZE) KTM 04:17:09 01:09:52 00:02:00
  82. SARMIENTO CERON (COL) KTM 04:17:16 01:09:59 –
  83. SOUSA JR. (PRT) KTM 04:17:30 01:10:13 –
  84. ANGUIANO REIG (ESP) KTM 04:18:14 01:10:57 –
  85. CAVELIUS (FRA) KTM 04:18:46 01:11:29 –
  86. GULDMAN GONZALEZ (CHL) KAWASAKI 04:19:07 01:11:50 –
  87. RIEZEBOS (NLD) KTM 04:20:22 01:13:05 –
  88. MARCIC (SVN) KTM 04:20:54 01:13:37 00:01:00
  89. SAGHMEISTER (SRB) KTM 04:20:55 01:13:38 00:01:00
  90. COMOGLIO (FRA) KTM 04:21:15 01:13:58 –
  91. VELLUTINO (PER) KTM 04:22:26 01:15:09 –
  92. MORENO KRISTIANSEN (COL) KTM 04:23:02 01:15:45 –
  93. MENARD (FRA) KTM 04:23:14 01:15:57 –
  94. ALRUBAIAN (KWT) KTM 04:23:30 01:16:13 –
  95. CARBONERO (ARG) KAWASAKI 04:23:33 01:16:16 –
  96. TERBLANCHE (ZAF) KTM 04:25:53 01:18:36 00:01:00
  97. TER BEEK (NLD) KTM 04:27:43 01:20:26 –
  98. ROMERO FONT (ESP) KTM 04:28:00 01:20:43 –
  99. STASIACZEK (POL) KTM 04:28:02 01:20:45 –
  100. ROQUESALANE (FRA) KTM 04:28:24 01:21:07 –
  101. URQUIA (ARG) YAMAHA 04:28:37 01:21:20 –
  102. EVANS (ZAF) KTM 04:30:03 01:22:46 –
  103. BURROUGHS (GBR) KTM 04:31:14 01:23:57 00:01:00
  104. REINIKE (CHL) KTM 04:32:03 01:24:46 –
  105. BRUCY (FRA) KTM 04:32:15 01:24:58 00:25:00
  106. KAZAMA (JPN) YAMAHA 04:32:58 01:25:41 –
  107. WATSON (GBR) KTM 04:33:17 01:26:00 –
  108. MONIN (FRA) KTM 04:33:38 01:26:21 –
  109. CANDIA (PRY) KTM 04:33:42 01:26:25 –
  110. GARCIA MERINO (ESP) YAMAHA 04:34:02 01:26:45 –
  111. VANDERWEYEN (BEL) KTM 04:35:40 01:28:23 –
  112. BUTUZA (ROU) KTM 04:36:37 01:29:20 00:01:00
  113. JOUIS (FRA) KTM 04:37:34 01:30:17 –
  114. MORAT (FRA) KTM 04:41:19 01:34:02 –
  115. BOS (NLD) HUSQVARNA 04:42:21 01:35:04 00:24:30
  116. BETHYS (FRA) ZONGSHEN 04:42:33 01:35:16 –
  117. GRACIDA GARZA (MEX) HUSQVARNA 04:43:33 01:36:16 –
  118. VACHERAND (FRA) KTM 04:43:58 01:36:41 –
  119. DELIEGE (FRA) KTM 04:45:35 01:38:18 00:00:30
  120. NIFONTOVA (RUS) HUSQVARNA 04:51:55 01:44:38 –
  121. SMIT (NLD) HUSQVARNA 04:54:39 ​​01:47:22 00:05:00
  122. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 04:59:52 01:52:35 –
  123. SENN VAN BASEL (NLD) KTM 05:03:20 01:56:03 00:05:30
  124. METGE (FRA) SHERCO TVS 05:05:53 01:58:36 00:15:00
  125. PRABHAKAR (IND) SHERCO TVS 05:08:55 02:01:38 –
  126. NOGALES COPA (BOL) KTM 05:14:35 02:07:18 –
  127. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 05:17:19 02:10:02 –
  128. HORVATH (HUN) KTM 05:21:05 02:13:48 –
  129. PICCO (ITA) YAMAHA 05:36:36 02:29:19 00:01:00
  130. MEGRE (PRT) KTM 05:46:50 02:39:33 –
  131. HEMBERT (FRA) YAMAHA 06:11:07 03:03:50 –
  132. OLIVETTO (ITA) KTM 06:16:49 03:09:32 00:01:00
  133. RAMOS (ESP) KTM 11:47:03 08:39:46 02:05:00

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