Dakar – Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 –

DAKAR MOTO 2020

Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020

Dakar - Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 -

Ricky Brabec becomes at the age of 28 the first American motorcycle rider to win the Dakar after an exemplary rally of regularity and two stage victories. The Californian’s success for the first edition in Saudi Arabia also marks (especially ?!) Honda’s return to victory, 31 years after that of Gilles Lalay !

Report and rankings.

Ricky Brabec, winner of stages 3 and 6, takes revenge on the fate which deprived him of success last year due to an engine failure while leading the last Dakar in South America. This year for the first in Saudi Arabia, the American did not experience any disillusion with his Honda, just like his teammates who also shone: José Cornejo won his second success by winning on the last stage, copiously shortened due to the construction of an oil installation near the route.

  • Dakar motorcycle stage 11:
  • MNC special file :

Honda finally wins – for the first time since 1989 – and puts an end to the incredible domination of KTM, which had won the last 18 Dakar without exception! The more rolling profile of the new course in Saudi Arabia benefited the speed of the CRF450 Rally, while KTM appeared more in difficulty especially after the abandonment of one of its leaders Sam Sunderland, winner – downgraded – of the step 4.

Change of tracks, change of hierarchy

The new tracks to be discovered on the Saudi tracks have also largely turned down the cards in favor of Brabec and Honda. The American was able to avoid major navigation errors, while taming the new format of the road-book: it was given to the pilots the very morning of the specials, already prepared, and not the day before as on the previous editions..

 Dakar - Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 -

No more "mapmen" of the official teams who spent the night marking out the course and coloring the road-book for the benefit of factory pilots! Now everyone is in the same boat: official and private. Without forgetting the courageous "trunk-moto" riders, renamed "Original by Motul": the Roman Emanuel Geynes wins in this category without assistance in front of the French Benjamin Melot.

Added to this is navigation unanimously described as difficult, which trapped several top pilots: Price and Walkner from the KTM clan, Quintanilla from the "cousin" brand Husqvarna (KTM group), but also Barreda (Honda) who also suffered. a painful rib injury at the start of the rally. Result: Ricky Brabec forged himself 15 minutes in advance (!) From the third day and up to 25 minutes on the 10th day ! 

The Californian driver, imperial, then managed to resist the attempts of his rivals to return during the second week, in particular the thunderous return of Pablo Quintanilla who won stages 8 and 11 with style. The Chilean did not despair of continuing his ascent today, but the amputation of the last stage cut the rug out from under her…

"Today’s special had to be shortened following the construction of an oil facility close to the course," ASO reported shortly before the start this morning. "The competitors therefore have 167 km ahead of them (instead of 374 km, editor’s note) to make the difference one last time".

Honda overtakes – finally – KTM

This last "truncated" special then transformed into a short sprint of 1h30, in which José Cornejo emerged victorious with a small lead over Ricky Brabec and 2’25 over Toby Price. The HRC will have dominated this thrilling 2020 edition to the end, despite strong opposition from the KTM group.

 "In the end, we put all the pieces of the puzzle together", comments Brabec on arrival. "We knew we could do it, whether it was any rider in the team. I’m extremely happy. It’s my 5th Dakar, but only my second at the finish … I woke up super happy to run this last stage and that’s it! I’m here, it’s won ".

“We had to be smart and focused every day,” continues the successor to Gilles Lalay, the last Honda winner in 1989. “There is no top leader in our team, everyone has worked well: we are a family. We all won ".

In total, Honda can be proud of six stage wins against three for KTM: two for Ricky Brabec (stages 3 and 6), one for Kevin Benavides (7) and Joan Barreda (10) and two for José Cornejo (4 and 12). The Austrian competitor stood out on stages 1 and 5 with Price and on stage 2 with Ross Branch. Sam Sunderland also scored a victory before being downgraded to Stage 4.

Six stage wins for Honda, three for KTM

Small consolation for "Katoche": his balance climbs to five successes if we add the two stage victories of Pablo Quintanilla (8 and 11) on his Husqvarna Factory, that is to say a KTM with the colors "HVA". Honda still retains the advantage, proof of the progress of the Japanese manufacturer on its painful Achilles heel of previous editions: reliability. 

Dakar - Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 -

"I’m still on the podium, not exactly where I came for but I can be happy," consoles former defending champion Toby Price. "Every time I’m at the finish of the Dakar it’s on the podium. It’s a great achievement after these two very tough weeks. But I’ll be back in 2021 to try to win again".

If the Australian rider recognizes Honda’s superiority this year, he also believes he was unlucky at certain key points: "I lost 16 minutes with a bib-foam problem on my rear wheel, for example", recalls- he referring to his slow puncture at the start of the rally.

Price finished in third place overall behind Pablo Quintanilla, superb second despite a painful wrist following a fall early in the race. The Chilean conjures fate favorably, he who broke his ankle in the last stage last year: this painful fall had kept him away from the competition for seven months.

"I gave it my all, until the last mile," said the No.5. "It’s an incredible feeling. I just want to thank everyone, my team, my family and those who supported me. The race was close and even in 2nd position I feel like a winner.".

Nice surprises and confirmations

This new Dakar in Saudi Arabia also encouraged the emergence of new talents, such as the surprising South African Ross Branch who won stage 2 on his private KTM before regularly shining in spite of a sore shoulder after a big fall then a puncture that cost him several hours.

The Botswanan finished 21st at 4:23 am overall, but had the potential for a Top 10: what would give him access to a factory team? Same satisfaction for the Spaniard Jaume Betriu (KTM) who finished 14th at 3.30am: the first "Rookie" in the standings, just ahead of the rookie Jamie MacCanney, will be closely watched next year. !

Rather positive results also for Adrien Metge above, first French rider with the 12th place on his bike from Nîmes Sherco. Laia Sanz for her part won her "usual" first female pilot’s palm, in 18th position on her Gas Gas. Her closest rival, the Dutch Mirjam Pol, finished 41st, more than ten hours behind the Spanish ! 

Yamaha, big loser of Dakar 2020

One of the biggest disappointments of this Dakar 2020 is to be credited to Yamaha, whose two official riders were quickly hit by crashes. First Adrien Van Beveren, big favorite, who was on stage 3 again, then Xavier de Soultrait who badly damaged his wrist …

Dakar - Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 -

  • MNC of January 7, 2020 : Adrien Van Beveren falls and abandons the Dakar 
  • MNC of January 8, 2020 : Xavier de Soultrait abandons the Dakar 2020 

Franco Caimi saves the honor in 8th position overall on his factory WRF450, far from the Yamaha clan’s legitimate ambitions for success. And for "VBA", the disillusion is all the more bitter as it is his third consecutive abandonment after his breakage last year and his bad fall in 2018…

The Gonçalves emotion…

Impossible also to evoke this Dakar 2020 without a thought moved for Paulo Gonçalves, who died at 40 years old after a … The Portuguese driver was very appreciated: the emotion was sharp during the minute of silence which was to him. dedicated in the evening to the bivouac, while the next step was to honor his memory.

Dakar - Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 -

  • MNC of January 12, 2020 : Paulo Gonçalves dies on the Dakar 
  • Dakar motorcycle : Stage 8 canceled in tribute to Paulo Gonçalves

Gonçalves – 2nd in the Dakar 2015 – took up a new challenge with the Indian manufacturer Hero after five years in the official Honda team. Reliable, he had successfully occupied the role of "water carrier" for the headliners of the HRC and had several blows to his credit..

The Dakar debate in Saudi Arabia

Finally, this first Dakar in Saudi Arabia will have been largely marked by the choice of this controversial destination by the organizer ASO … The oppressive and unequal regime of the kingdom and its violence, particularly against women, do not fail to raise the issue. indignation about this association with the Dakar.

For many, Saudi Arabia takes advantage of its immense wealth drawn from oil to "buy" a better image by organizing sporting events at great expense, as countries like Qatar did before it. We thus evoke a five-year contract at 80 million dollars between Riyadh and ASO…

"Saudi Arabia is a real dictatorship," protested Antoine Madelin of the International Federation for Human Rights. "It is a country where people are carried out with a vengeance. Last year, 180 people were beheaded, including a child".

"Today, women are in prison in Saudi Arabia, because they asked for the right to be able to drive, simply for that", he continues to our colleagues. "This concerns all the drivers of the Dakar. French companies, Amaury, just like the main media of the event, France Televisions, appear either as the first victims of Saudi propaganda, or as accomplices of this event. propaganda".

Pilots focused on sport, not politics

For others, like the official driver Adrien Van Beveren, the organization of the Dakar by Saudi Arabia is to be taken as an encouraging sign of openness of this country, as he explained to us in our report last spring.. 

  • Interview MNC Adrien Van Beveren : 

"It’s a good thing, we are going to discover a new totally virgin desert and we must show that France is an open country ready to help others: we must give them a chance to express their desire to change," believes " VBA ".

The competitors especially retain the diversity of Saudi Arabia’s landscapes: the beauty of the scenery, especially in the ‘Empty quarter’, the largest expanse of sand in the world, takes precedence over geopolitical considerations and the defense of principles. After a few days of racing, drivers and teams even ended up kicking questions about this controversial destination….

"We can not ask people who participate in a sports competition to be the spokespersons for human rights problems in these countries: this is not our role," said France Info the former three-time winner of the Dakar, Hubert Auriol, whose words echo a position commonly defended in the bivouac.

Dakar - Ricky Brabec brings Honda back to victory in Dakar motorcycle 2020 -

Understandable in terms of sporting and financial issues: if a driver decided to boycott the event to express his disagreement, he would simply be replaced by another. Moreover, it is difficult to blame them for "turning a blind eye" to the societal context when they devote their lives to training with the sole objective of the Dakar. We ask Rossi and Marquez if they don’t mind competing in sumptuous races in Thailand and Malaysia, while a large part of the Asian population (on) lives in precarious conditions ?

It remains to be seen whether such an event will make people dream for a long time to come, despite its status as a showcase for motorsports, by dint of provoking so many disputes: between environmentalists standing up against what they consider to be a waste of resources, the associations which denounce the accidental deaths associated with it and now the voices that are raised to accuse him of promoting a dictatorial country and liberticides… 

Results and rankings of stage 12 of the Dakar motorcycle 2020

  1.  JOSE IGNACIO CORNEJO FLORIMO MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 
  2.  RICKY BRABEC MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 + 00H 00 ’53’ ‘
  3.  TOBY PRICE RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 02 ’25’ ‘
  4.  LUCIANO BENAVIDES RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 03 ’09’ ‘
  5.  PABLO QUINTANILLA ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING + 00H 03 ’23’ ‘
  6.  KEVIN BENAVIDES MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 + 00H 03 ’53’ ‘
  7.  ADRIEN METGE SHERCO TVS RALLY FACTORY + 00H 03 ’53’ ‘
  8.  FRANCO CAIMI MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA RALLY TEAM + 00H 04 ’14’ ‘
  9.  MACIEJ GIEMZA ORLEN TEAM + 00H 04 ’33’ ‘
  10.  ANDREW SHORT ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING + 00H 04 ’57’ ‘
  11.  SKYLER HOWES KLYMCIW RACING + 00H 05 ’25’ ‘
  12.  MATTHIAS WALKNER RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 06 ’00’ ‘
  13.  STEFAN SVITKO SLOVNAFT RALLY TEAM + 00H 06 ’05’ ‘
  14.  MARTIN MICHEK MOTO RACING GROUP (MRG) + 00H 06 ’20’ ‘
  15.  JACOPO CERUTTI SOLARYS RACING + 00H 06 ’27’ ‘
  16.  JOAN BARREDA BORT MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 + 00H 06 ’41’ ‘
  17.  JUAN PEDRERO GARCIA LS2 AVENTURA TOUAREG + 00H 06 ’47’ ‘
  18.  JAMIE MCCANNEY MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA RALLY TEAM + 00H 07 ’15’ ‘
  19.  JAUME BETRIU FN SPEED TEAM + 00H 07 ’28’ ‘
  20.  MAURIZIO GERINI SOLARYS RACING + 00H 07 ’55’ ‘
  21.  ANTONIO MAIO YAMAHA FINO MOTOR RACING + 00H 08 ’59’ ‘
  22.  RODNEY FAGGOTTER YAMAHA MOTOR AUSTRALIA + 00H 09 ’33’ ‘
  23.  ROSS BRANCH LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 00H 09 ’47’ ‘
  24.  BENJAMIN MELOT BENJAMIN MELOT + 00H 12 ’25’ ‘
  25.  LAIA SANZ GAS GAS FACTORY TEAM + 00H 12 ’54’ ‘
  26.  SEBASTIEN LAGUT NOMADE RACING + 00H 12 ’57’ ‘
  27.  HARITH NOAH KOITHA VEETTIL SHERCO TVS RALLY FACTORY + 00H 16 ’04’ ‘
  28.  CARL JOHAN BJERKERT HT RALLY RAID HUSQVARNA RACING + 00H 16 ’10’ ‘
  29.  MARIO PATRAO KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 16 ’22’ ‘
  30.  FAUSTO MOTA XRAIDS TEAM + 00H 17 ’54’ ‘
  31.  JAN BRABEC BIG SHOCK RACING + 00H 18 ’13’ ‘
  32.  OLIVIER PAIN TEAM JOG – NOMADE RACING + 00H 19 ’30’ ‘
  33.  ANTHONY BOURSAUD ANTHO MOTO SPORT – DRAG’ON RALLY TEAM + 00H 19 ’47’ ‘
  34.  EMANUEL GYENES AUTONET MOTORCYCLE TEAM + 00H 20 ’27’ ‘
  35.  PAUL SPIERINGS HT RALLY RAID HUSQVARNA RACING + 00H 20 ’29’ ‘
  36.  MYUNGGUL RYU KLYMCIW RACING + 00H 21 ’41’ ‘
  37.  ARUNAS GELAZNINKAS ARUNAS GELAZNINKAS + 00H 22 ’08’ ‘
  38.  PATRICIO CABRERA FN SPEED TEAM + 00H 22 ’16’ ‘
  39.  ZAKER YAKP WU PU DA HAI DAO DAKAR RALLY TEAM + 00H 23 ’43’ ‘
  40.  FLORENT VAYSSADE TEAM VAYSSADE FLORENT + 00H 23 ’56’ ‘
  41.  LOIC MINAUDIER TEAM ALL TRACKS + 00H 24 ’11’ ‘
  42.  PETR VLCEK PETR VLCEK + 00H 24 ’43’ ‘
  43.  MILAN ENGEL MOTO RACING GROUP (MRG) + 00H 24 ’45’ ‘
  44.  PHILIPPE GENDRON NOMADE RACING + 00H 27 ’21’ ‘
  45.  ROMAIN LELOUP TEAM REPAR‘STORES + 00H 28 ’06’ ‘
  46.  CHARLIE HERBST NOMADE RACING + 00H 28 ’20’ ‘
  47.  PHILLIP WILSON LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 00H 29 ’24’ ‘
  48.  DMITRY AGOSHKOV TROYKATEAM + 00H 29 ’54’ ‘
  49.  CESARE ZACCHETTI CESARE ZACCHETTI + 00H 30 ’37’ ‘
  50.  NICOLAS BRABECK-LETMATHE TEAM CASTEU + 00H 30 ’39’ ‘
  51.  ALESSANDRO BARBERO ALESSANDRO BARBERO + 00H 30 ’57’ ‘
  52.  ZHANG MIN WU PU DA HAI DAO DAKAR RALLY TEAM + 00H 32 ’58’ ‘
  53.  SIMON MARCIC MARCIC + 00H 33 ’06’ ‘
  54.  TAYE PERRY NOMAD RACING + 00H 35 ’23’ ‘
  55.  PHILIPPE CAVELIUS CAVELIUS TEAM + 00H 35 ’35’ ‘
  56.  LIONEL COSTES NOMAD RACING + 00H 36 ’21’ ‘
  57.  KRZYSZTOF JARMUZ 115MOTO + 00H 36 ’55’ ‘
  58.  KYLE MC COY BAS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 00H 36 ’56’ ‘
  59.  ALBERTO BERTOLDI BMS MOTO + 00H 36 ’59’ ‘
  60.  ZHAO HONGYI WU PU DA HAI DAO DAKAR RALLY TEAM + 00H 37 ’00’ ‘
  61.  SEBASTIAN CAVALLERO RIDES 4 HOPE + 00H 37 ’47’ ‘
  62.  SEBASTIAN ALBERTO URQUIA X RAIDS PJM GENERAL DEHEZA + 00H 37 ’49’ ‘
  63.  TREVOR COLIN WILSON TREVOR WILSON + 00H 38 ’04’ ‘
  64.  ENRIQUE GUZMÁN XRAIDS TEAM + 00H 38 ’07’ ‘
  65.  FRANCISCO ARREDONDO DUUST RALLY TEAM + 00H 38 ’16’ ‘
  66.  MIRJAM POL HT RALLY RAID HUSQVARNA RACING + 00H 38 ’28’ ‘
  67.  CRAIG KEYWORTH ADVENTURE-TECH + 00H 38 ’48’ ‘
  68.  ANTONIO LINCOLN BERROCAL TEAM PRO TORK + 00H 39 ’03’ ‘
  69.  KIRSTEN LANDMAN SOCKS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 00H 39 ’03’ ‘
  70.  PIERRE LOUIS LE BONNIEC NOMADE RACING + 00H 39 ’26’ ‘
  71.  MARTIN FREINADEMETZ RED BULL ROMANIACS + 00H 40 ’10’ ‘
  72.  BEN YOUNG DUUST RALLY TEAM + 00H 40 ’10’ ‘
  73.  CARLO VELLUTINO XRAIDS TEAM + 00H 40 ’52’ ‘
  74.  MICHAEL EXTANCE MICK EXTANCE + 00H 41 ’31’ ‘
  75.  SEBASTIEN COJEAN SEB COJEAN + 00H 41 ’43’ ‘
  76.  STUART GREGORY STUART GREGORY + 00H 42 ’45’ ‘
  77.  MISHAL ALGHUNEIM MISHAL ALGHUNEIM + 00H 43 ’22’ ‘
  78.  OSWALDO BURGA LALO BURGA + 00H 43 ’50’ ‘
  79.  BLAS ZAPAG HIJO ZAPAG PERALTA M.E.D. RACING TEAM + 00H 45 ’01’ ‘
  80.  JOSEP MARIA MAS ARCOS PEDREGA TEAM + 00H 46 ’26’ ‘
  81.  IGNACIO SANCHIS FN SPEED TEAM + 00H 47 ’08’ ‘
  82.  JAN VESELY IVAR CS TEAM + 00H 48 ’16’ ‘
  83.  GRAEME SHARP LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 00H 48 ’28’ ‘
  84.  SARA GARCIA PONT GRUP YAMAHA + 00H 49 ’09’ ‘
  85.  JAVIER VEGA PUERTA PONT GRUP YAMAHA + 00H 49 ’40’ ‘
  86.  RACHID AL-LAL LAHADIL CIUDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MELILLA RACHID RALLY + 00H 50 ’21’ ‘
  87.  GUILLAUME SIMONNET TEAM JOG – ORIGINAL + 00H 54 ’00’ ‘
  88.  FRÉDÉRIC BARLERIN RALLYE FRED + 00H 54 ’54’ ‘
  89.  JEROME DENIBAUD TEAM JOG – ORIGINAL + 00H 55 ’02’ ‘
  90.  BRUNO BONY TEAM CASTEU + 00H 55 ’09’ ‘
  91.  FRANCESCO CATANESE TMF RACING ASD + 00H 56 ’00’ ‘
  92.  FABRICE LARDON TEAM CASTEU + 00H 57 ’32’ ‘
  93.  GIORDANO PACHECO CALIDOSO RACING TEAM + 00H 57 ’34’ ‘
  94.  MATTEO OLIVETTO ABC OLD FARM RACING + 01H 03 ’00’ ‘
  95.  SIMON HEWITT DRAG’ON RALLY TEAM + 01H 04 ’26’ ‘
  96.  GABOR SAGHMEISTER SAGHMEISTER TEAM + 01H 07 ’49’ ‘
  97.  MIRKO PAVAN NSM RACING TEAM + 01H 10 ’15’ ‘
  98.  JAVIER ALVAREZ FERNANDEZ TEAM TIERRASTUR + 01H 17 ’09’ ‘
  99.  EDUARDO IGLESIAS SANCHEZ EDUARDO IGLESIAS SANCHEZ + 01H 17 ’11’ ‘
  100.  MATTHEW TISDALL LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 02H 08 ’50’ ‘

General classification of the Dakar motorcycle 2020

  1. RICKY BRABEC MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 
  2.  PABLO QUINTANILLA ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING + 00H 16 ’26’ ‘
  3.  TOBY PRICE RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 24 ’06’ ‘
  4.  JOSE IGNACIO CORNEJO FLORIMO MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 + 00H 31 ’43’ ‘
  5.  MATTHIAS WALKNER RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 35 ’00’ ‘
  6.  LUCIANO BENAVIDES RED BULL KTM FACTORY TEAM + 00H 37 ’34’ ‘
  7.  JOAN BARREDA BORT MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 + 00H 50 ’57’ ‘
  8.  FRANCO CAIMI MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA RALLY TEAM + 01H 42 ’35’ ‘
  9.  SKYLER HOWES KLYMCIW RACING + 02H 04 ’01’ ‘
  10.  ANDREW SHORT ROCKSTAR ENERGY HUSQVARNA FACTORY RACING + 02H 10 ’40’ ‘
  11.  STEFAN SVITKO SLOVNAFT RALLY TEAM + 02H 13 ’32’ ‘
  12.  ADRIEN METGE SHERCO TVS RALLY FACTORY + 02H 33 ’14’ ‘
  13.  RODNEY FAGGOTTER YAMAHA MOTOR AUSTRALIA + 02H 54 ’22’ ‘
  14.  JAUME BETRIU FN SPEED TEAM + 03H 31 ’58’ ‘
  15.  JAMIE MCCANNEY MONSTER ENERGY YAMAHA RALLY TEAM + 03H 42 ’24’ ‘
  16.  JUAN PEDRERO GARCIA LS2 AVENTURA TOUAREG + 03H 45 ’33’ ‘
  17.  MACIEJ GIEMZA ORLEN TEAM + 03H 51 ’42’ ‘
  18.  LAIA SANZ GAS GAS FACTORY TEAM + 03H 58 ’16’ ‘
  19.  KEVIN BENAVIDES MONSTER ENERGY HONDA TEAM 2020 + 04H 02 ’31’ ‘
  20.  MAURIZIO GERINI SOLARYS RACING + 04H 08 ’16’ ‘
  21.  ROSS BRANCH LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 04H 23 ’20’ ‘
  22.  JACOPO CERUTTI SOLARYS RACING + 04H 26 ’00’ ‘
  23.  MARTIN MICHEK MOTO RACING GROUP (MRG) + 04H 30 ’41’ ‘
  24.  SEBASTIEN LAGUT NOMADE RACING + 05H 21 ’45’ ‘
  25.  PAUL SPIERINGS HT RALLY RAID HUSQVARNA RACING + 05H 50 ’43’ ‘
  26.  MILAN ENGEL MOTO RACING GROUP (MRG) + 06H 03 ’09’ ‘
  27.  ANTONIO MAIO YAMAHA FINO MOTOR RACING + 06H 15 ’21’ ‘
  28.  PATRICIO CABRERA FN SPEED TEAM + 06H 49 ’18’ ‘
  29.  EMANUEL GYENES AUTONET MOTORCYCLE TEAM + 08H 02 ’31’ ‘
  30.  ARUNAS GELAZNINKAS ARUNAS GELAZNINKAS + 08H 15 ’51’ ‘
  31.  FAUSTO MOTA XRAIDS TEAM + 08H 42 ’54’ ‘
  32.  MARIO PATRAO KTM FACTORY TEAM + 08H 44 ’09’ ‘
  33.  OLIVIER PAIN TEAM JOG – NOMAD RACING + 09H 06 ’45’ ‘
  34.  BENJAMIN MELOT BENJAMIN MELOT + 09H 15 ’05’ ‘
  35.  LOIC MINAUDIER TEAM ALL TRACKS + 09H 47 ’47’ ‘
  36.  FLORENT VAYSSADE TEAM VAYSSADE FLORENT + 10H 36 ’10’ ‘
  37.  ANTHONY BOURSAUD ANTHO MOTO SPORT – DRAG’ON RALLY TEAM + 10H 50 ’18’ ‘
  38.  PETR VLCEK PETR VLCEK + 11H 48 ’57’ ‘
  39.  ROMAIN LELOUP TEAM REPAR’STORES + 11H 57 ’56’ ‘
  40.  MYUNGGUL RYU KLYMCIW RACING + 12H 37 ’50’ ‘
  41.  MIRJAM POL HT RALLY RAID HUSQVARNA RACING + 13H 35 ’03’ ‘
  42.  ZAKER YAKP WU PU DA HAI DAO DAKAR RALLY TEAM + 14H 11 ’52’ ‘
  43.  CHARLIE HERBST NOMADE RACING + 14H 15 ’15’ ‘
  44.  KRZYSZTOF JARMUZ 115MOTO + 14H 32 ’09’ ‘
  45.  PHILIPPE GENDRON NOMADE RACING + 14H 49 ’16’ ‘
  46.  ENRIQUE GUZMÁN XRAIDS TEAM + 14H 55 ’42’ ‘
  47.  PHILIPPE CAVELIUS CAVELIUS TEAM + 15H 01 ’24’ ‘
  48.  NICOLAS BRABECK-LETMATHE TEAM CASTEU + 15H 28 ’49’ ‘
  49.  ALESSANDRO BARBERO ALESSANDRO BARBERO + 15H 31 ’58’ ‘
  50.  SIMON MARCIC MARCIC + 15H 40 ’26’ ‘
  51.  ZHANG MIN WU PU DA HAI DAO DAKAR RALLY TEAM + 15H 44 ’17’ ‘
  52.  LIONEL COSTES NOMAD RACING + 16H 01 ’55’ ‘
  53.  PHILLIP WILSON BAS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 16H 06 ’32’ ‘
  54.  JAN BRABEC BIG SHOCK RACING + 16H 12 ’18’ ‘
  55.  KIRSTEN LANDMAN SOCKS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 16H 25 ’40’ ‘
  56.  SEBASTIAN CAVALLERO RIDES 4 HOPE + 16H 26 ’50’ ‘
  57.  DMITRY AGOSHKOV TROYKATEAM + 16H 51 ’21’ ‘
  58.  BEN YOUNG DUUST RALLY TEAM + 16H 53 ’51’ ‘
  59.  SEBASTIAN ALBERTO URQUIA X RAIDS PJM GENERAL DEHEZA + 17H 06 ’40’ ‘
  60.  KYLE MC COY BAS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 17H 28 ’18’ ‘
  61.  GIORDANO PACHECO CALIDOSO RACING TEAM + 17H 29 ’44’ ‘
  62.  PIERRE LOUIS LE BONNIEC NOMADE RACING + 17H 37 ’01’ ‘
  63.  STUART GREGORY STUART GREGORY + 18H 19 ’37’ ‘
  64.  ZHAO HONGYI WU PU DA HAI DAO DAKAR RALLY TEAM + 18H 26 ’13’ ‘
  65.  SEBASTIEN COJEAN SEB COJEAN + 18H 37 ’43’ ‘
  66.  CARLO VELLUTINO XRAIDS TEAM + 19H 19 ’37’ ‘
  67.  ANTONIO LINCOLN BERROCAL TEAM PRO TORK + 19H 29 ’01’ ‘
  68.  MARTIN FREINADEMETZ RED BULL ROMANIACS + 19H 31 ’27’ ‘
  69.  JOSEP MARIA MAS ARCOS PEDREGA TEAM + 19H 37 ’33’ ‘
  70.  ALBERTO BERTOLDI BMS MOTO + 19H 51 ’35’ ‘
  71.  MISHAL ALGHUNEIM MISHAL ALGHUNEIM + 20H 00 ’58’ ‘
  72.  FRANCISCO ARREDONDO DUUST RALLY TEAM + 20H 45 ’17’ ‘
  73.  CESARE ZACCHETTI CESARE ZACCHETTI + 20H 59 ’56’ ‘
  74.  GRAEME SHARP LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 21H 01 ’26’ ‘
  75.  MIRKO PAVAN NSM RACING TEAM + 21H 02 ’49’ ‘
  76.  TREVOR COLIN WILSON TREVOR WILSON + 21H 53 ’24’ ‘
  77.  TAYE PERRY NOMAD RACING + 22H 02 ’43’ ‘
  78.  JEROME DENIBAUD TEAM JOG – ORIGINAL + 22H 12 ’45’ ‘
  79.  JAN VESELY IVAR CS TEAM + 24H 05 ’16’ ‘
  80.  BLAS ZAPAG HIJO ZAPAG PERALTA M.E.D. RACING TEAM + 24H 20 ’50’ ‘
  81.  CRAIG KEYWORTH ADVENTURE-TECH + 24H 27 ’46’ ‘
  82.  FRANCESCO CATANESE TMF RACING ASD + 25H 26 ’32’ ‘
  83.  IGNACIO SANCHIS FN SPEED TEAM + 26H 52 ’54’ ‘
  84.  GUILLAUME SIMONNET TEAM JOG – ORIGINAL + 27H 05 ’18’ ‘
  85.  RACHID AL-LAL LAHADIL CIUDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MELILLA RACHID RALLY + 27H 39 ’56’ ‘
  86.  SARA GARCIA PONT GRUP YAMAHA + 27H 57 ’24’ ‘
  87.  JAVIER VEGA PUERTA PONT GRUP YAMAHA + 27H 58 ’55’ ‘
  88.  BRUNO BONY TEAM CASTEU + 28H 04 ’51’ ‘
  89.  OSWALDO BURGA LALO BURGA + 28H 34 ’27’ ‘
  90.  GABOR SAGHMEISTER SAGHMEISTER TEAM + 30H 36 ’44’ ‘
  91.  FRÉDÉRIC BARLERIN RALLYE FRED + 32H 08 ’16’ ‘
  92.  FABRICE LARDON TEAM CASTEU + 32H 29 ’46’ ‘
  93.  MATTEO OLIVETTO ABC OLD FARM RACING + 34H 54 ’24’ ‘
  94.  EDUARDO IGLESIAS SANCHEZ EDUARDO IGLESIAS SANCHEZ + 38H 19 ’37’ ‘
  95.  JAVIER ALVAREZ FERNANDEZ TEAM TIERRASTUR + 39H 17 ’43’ ‘
  96.  MATTHEW TISDALL LOW DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM + 40H 24 ’27’ ‘

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