Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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18 YEARS OF REIGN HAS BEEN THROWN BY RICKY BRABEC

KTM's reign over Dakar started in 2001 Paris-Dakar rally which was run for 10,600 KM (6,600 Miles) in 20 days. In the end the Italian rider Fabrizio Meoni claimed a surprising victory over it. He did not win any single stage but he was consistent and managed to bring it...
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QUINTANILLA WINS THE STAGE WHILE BRABEC LOSING HALF HIS MARGIN

Stage 11 was a 744 KM route from Shubaytah to Haradh, 379 KM of which was competitive stage. Starting to the stage all eyes were on Ricky Brabec as he was leading the overall by 25 minutes and getting closer to end KTM's reign over Dakar Rally. As three Honda...
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THE AUSSIE GETS HIS SECOND STAGE WIN OF THE RALLY

Stage 5 was a 564 KM route from Al-`Ula to Ha'il, 353 KM of which was competitive stage. Stage 4 winner Ignacio Cornejo was up for a difficult task today as he was leading a stage opening for the first time. It was expected that his rivals could catch him...
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ROSS BRANCH AKA “THE KALAHARI FERRARI” WINS STAGE 2

Stage 2 was a tricky route from Al Wajh to Neom for 393 kilometers, nearly all of which is competitive. The new rule of getting the roadbook in the morning gets different reactions from riders but one thing for sure it added some excitement into the racing. At the end...
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DAKAR Daily – STAGE 6 – It Was All About Pablo Quintanilla!

Dakar adventure resumed after a rest day from Arequipa and bike category was to run 501 KM road section followed by a 317 KM competitive mileage, some 837 KM in total for the day back to San Juan de Marcona. Husqvarna’s Pablo Quintanilla (CHL) clinched his first stage win of...