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    After the rest Quintanilla is back as winner of Stage 6

    Pablo Quintanilla has his first stage winning ahead of Kevin Benavides with the gap of 1’52’’ The American rider Ricky Brabec lost the lead of overall finishing the stage in 6th place behind the Pablo Quintanilla. The gap between Chilean rider and Ricky Brabec is 4’48’’ Adrien Van Beveren lost eight minutes on helping Lorenzo […] More

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    Victory is Brabec’s on Dakar Rally Day 4

    After having lost of time yesterday Ricky Brabec said  “Today I really, really needed to push” Pablo Quintanilla has lost the lead of the general standings by finishing  the stage 4, 20 minutes behind he Ricky Brabec. Unquestionable success of KTM for stage 4. three official riders line up back to back. As the front […] More

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    “The real rally has begun” Said Xavier de Soultrait Yamaha rider after the Dakar Rally 3rd stage

    Xavier de Soultrait got the stage 3 without major mistakes ride after withdraw of Joan Barreda Joan Barreda; after foggy, slippery ride stucked and got to withdraw with disappointment. Husqvarna Factory Racing rider Pablo Quintanilla had  a mistake free stage and second fastest time which will make him overall leader. It was a nightmare for […] More

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    Start with Barreda

    Honda rider Joan Barreda is the winner of the 1st Stage. Although a short stage he put a good distance with closest persuer. Last year’s winner M. Walkner became 7th with the gap of 3’12” More

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    Nicola Dutto’s amazing story: Riding the Dakar Rally when you’re paraplegic? Yes, you can!

    Now this is an inspiring story: Nicola Dutto’s life changed completely when he, at that time reigning European Baja motorbike champion, suffered a spinal cord injury and found himself in a wheelchair. A long rehabilitation period followed but now he is preparing to achieve something that would seem to be virtually impossible: riding the Dakar […] More