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Old 13 Jan 2016, 22:39 (Ref:3604547)   #31
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I have found no more information, for example any announcement by ASO.

Results after stage 10 Belén - La Rioja:

Cars

1. Stéphane Peterhansel (FRA, Peugeot) 32:44'
2. Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT, Mini) + 1:00'
3. Giniel de Villiers (RSA, Toyota) + 1:12'
4. Mikko Hirvonen (FIN, Mini) + 1:23'
5. Leeroy Poulter (RSA, Toyota) + 1:33'
6. Cyril Déspres (FRA, Peugeot) + 1:50'
7. Nani Roma (ESP, Mini) + 1:50'
8. Vladimir Vasilyev (RUS, Toyota) + 1:58'
9. Sébastien Loeb (FRA, Peugeot) + 2:27'
10. Harry Hunt (GBR, Mini) + 2:28'
11. Emiliano Spataro (ARG, Renault) + 3:49'
12. Yazeed Al Rahji (SAU, Toyota) + 4:32'
13. Miroslav Zapletal (CZE, Hummer) + 4:49'
14. Erik Van Loon (NED, Mini) + 4:52'
15. Orlando Terranova (ARG, Mini) + 4:54'
16. Martin Prokop (CZE, Toyota) + 4:56'

Bikes

1. Toby Price (AUS, KTM) 34:49:04
2. Stefan Svitko (SVK, KTM) + 23'
3. Pablo Quintanilla (CHI, Husqvarna) + 42'
4. Antoine Meo (FRA, KTM) + 44'
5. Kevin Benavides (ARG, Honda) + 45'
6. Helder Rodriguez (POR, Yamaha) + 56'
7. Ricky Brabec (USA, Honda) + 1:12'
8. paulo Goncalvez (POR, Honda) + 1:14'
9. Gerard Farrés Guell (ESP, KTM) + 1:15'
10. Adrien Van Beveren (NED, Yamaha) + 1:21'

Quads

1. Marcos Patronelli (ARG, Yamaha) 43:14'
2. Alejandro Patronelli (ARG, Yamaha) + 01'
3. Jeremías González Ferioli (ARG, Yamaha) + 1:34'
4. Sergei Karyakin (RUS, Yamaha) + 1:34'
5. Brian Baragwanath (RSA, Yamaha) + 1:41'
6. Pablo Copetti (ARG, Yamaha) + 2:05'
7. Nelson Sanabria (PAR, Yamaha) + 2:23'
8. Walter Nosiglia (BOL, Honda) + 3:05'

Trucks

1. Gerard De Rooy (NED, Iveco) 28:30:46
5. Airat Marddeev (RUS, Kamaz) + 1:15'
3. Federico Villagra (ARG, Iveco) + 1:32'
4. Hans Stacey (NED, Man) + 1:48'
5. Ton van Genugten (NED, Man) + 2:16'
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Old 14 Jan 2016, 13:44 (Ref:3604720)   #32
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What happened to Sainz?

I saw Hirvonen had lost a lot of time trying to find one of the checkpoints, that's dropped him back a bit.

I can't remember where I saw it but I read something that said there would be no action taken against Peugeot.
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Old 14 Jan 2016, 15:39 (Ref:3604752)   #33
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side question here, but what are peoples thoughts about the daily video highlight packages this year? im just a casual watcher which probably would explain it, but i am finding them kind of hard to follow and really light on details.
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Old 14 Jan 2016, 16:50 (Ref:3604773)   #34
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side question here, but what are peoples thoughts about the daily video highlight packages this year? im just a casual watcher which probably would explain it, but i am finding them kind of hard to follow and really light on details.
I'd pretty much agree with that - but it's hard to cram it all in to a highlights package, especially if you're trying to cover all of the classes. As ever some of the still photography from the event has been very impressive.

In answer to my own question from earlier - Sainz is out after a gearbox problem, they recovered the car to service but the damage is too much for the car to be repaired and continue (must be more to it than a simple gearbox failure for that to be the case - maybe it took something else out when it failed?).
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Old 14 Jan 2016, 17:45 (Ref:3604792)   #35
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Sainz had a puncture and then the transmission broke.

In Latin America, the Dakar Rally airs several times per day on Fox Sports. Sometimes it's the third feed, which I have but other providers don't.
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Old 16 Jan 2016, 17:49 (Ref:3605385)   #36
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Final results (tech inspection pending):

Results after stage 10 Belén - La Rioja:

Cars

1. Stéphane Peterhansel (FRA, Peugeot) 45:22'
2. Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT, Mini) + 0:34'
3. Giniel de Villiers (RSA, Toyota) + 1:02'
4. Mikko Hirvonen (FIN, Mini) + 1:05'
5. Leeroy Poulter (RSA, Toyota) + 1:30'
6. Nani Roma (ESP, Mini) + 1:41'
7. Cyril Déspres (FRA, Peugeot) + 1:49'
8. Vladimir Vasilyev (RUS, Toyota) + 2:01'
9. Sébastien Loeb (FRA, Peugeot) + 2:22'
10. Harry Hunt (GBR, Mini) + 3:11'
11. Yazeed Al Rahji (SAU, Toyota) + 4:37'
12. Orlando Terranova (ARG, Mini) + 5:08'
13. Erik Van Loon (NED, Mini) + 5:22'
14. Martin Prokop (CZE, Toyota) + 5:33'
15. Jakub Przygonski (CZE, Toyota) + 5:40'
16. Miroslav Zapletal (CZE, Hummer) + 5:40'
...
18. Emiliano Spataro (ARG, Renault) + 7:33'
20. Romain Dumas (FRA, Peugeot) + 8:12'
25. Robby Gordon (USA, Gordini) + 10:43'
36. Tim Coronel (NED, Suzuki) + 20:04'

Bikes

1. Toby Price (AUS, KTM) 48:09'
2. Stefan Svitko (SVK, KTM) + 0:39'
3. Pablo Quintanilla (CHI, Husqvarna) + 0:48'
4. Kevin Benavides (ARG, Honda) + 0:54'
5. Helder Rodriguez (POR, Yamaha) + 0:55'
6. Adrien Van Beveren (NED, Yamaha) + 1:46'
7. Antoine Meo (FRA, KTM) + 1:56'
8. Gerard Farrés Guell (ESP, KTM) + 2:01'
9. Ricky Brabec (USA, Honda) + 2:11'
10. Armand Monleon (ESP, KTM) + 3:27'
...
15. Laia Sanz (ESP, KTM) + 4:33'

Quads

1. Marcos Patronelli (ARG, Yamaha) 58:47'
2. Alejandro Patronelli (ARG, Yamaha) + 0:05'
3. Brian Baragwanath (RSA, Yamaha) + 1:41'
4. Sergei Karyakin (RUS, Yamaha) + 1:44'
5. Jeremías González Ferioli (ARG, Yamaha) + 2:02'
6. Nelson Sanabria (PAR, Yamaha) + 4:17'
7. Walter Nosiglia (BOL, Honda) + 4:26'
8. Alexis Hernández (PER, Yamaha) + 6:33'

Trucks

1. Gerard de Rooy (NED, Iveco) 44:42:03
2. Airat Marddeev (RUS, Kamaz) + 1:10'
3. Federico Villagra (ARG, Iveco) + 1:40'
4. Hans Stacey (NED, Man) + 2:23'
5. Ton van Genugten (NED, Man) + 2:30'
6. Pascal de Baasr (NED, Renault) + 3:04'
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Old 16 Jan 2016, 18:09 (Ref:3605394)   #37
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Hope Loeb comes back next year.
He is a great addition to the competition.
Proud of first time biker Brabec getting a top 10.
Hope Laia gets a top 10 next year.
That was a good Dakar.
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The real heros for me are the Malle Moto bikers, totally unsupported they have an aluminum case with a few spares plus a trunk which gets transported to the next bivouac and after a day's slogging through the stage they return, hopefully, to erect their own tent, carry out any necessary repairs and grab a few hours sleep. The dedication and fortitude of these true adventurers never fails to amaze.
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I 100% agree but as a fan I prefer watching trucks and cars.
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Time to start looking forward to the next edition:
Jan. 2nd - 14th.
http://www.dakar.com/index_DAKus.html

2016 Winners:
Bikes - Toby Price - KTM
Quads - Marcos Patronelli - Yamaha
Cars - Stephane Peterhansel - Puegeot
Trucks - Gerard DeRooy - Iveco

No Gordon for 2017. Possibly back for 2018.

NBCSN for coverage.
http://motorsports.nbcsports.com/tag/2017-dakar-rally/


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Bikes

"Toby Price on his KTM is the favourite, but newcomers from last year have continued to impress during the season, whether it is Kevin Benavides (Honda) or Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha)."

Cars

"The Peugeot Dream Team has remained intact, but to go up against Peterhansel, Loeb, Sainz and Despres, Toyota was particularly busy on the transfer market. In addition to Giniel de Villiers, the Hilux Pickups will be driven by Nasser Al Attiyah and Nani Roma.

The Minis from Team X-Raid will try to add a fifth trophy to their collection case with Mikko Hirvonen, Orly Terranova and Yazeed Al Rahji. Bryce Menzies will look to make a sensational breakthrough into the world of rally-raid."

Trucks

"Gerard De Rooy will once again have his Argentinean team-mate Fernando Villagra, who joined him on the podium last January. Kamaz will try to return to their winning ways with Ayrat Mardeev and Eduard Nikolaev. Ales Loprais could create a surprise with a Czech team and Tatra that allowed his uncle Karel to win six times."
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