1982 Paris–Dakar Rally

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1982 Dakar Rally
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1982 Dakar Rally also known as the 1982 Paris–Dakar Rally was the 4th running of the Dakar Rally event. 382 competitors took part. The brothers, Claude Marreau and Bernard Marreau, won for the Renault team while Cyril Neveu won the motorcycle category for the Honda team.[1]

Stages[edit]

Stage Date From To Total (km)
1 1 January France Paris France Olivet
2 2 January France Olivet France Sète
3 January Transportation to Africa
3 4 January Algeria Algiers Algeria Ouled Djellal 470
4 5 January Algeria Ouled Djellal Algeria Hassi Messaoud
5 6 January Algeria Hassi Messaoud Algeria Bordj Omar Driss 414
6 7 January Algeria Bordj Omar Driss Algeria Tit 568
7 8 January Algeria Tit Algeria Timeaouine 538
8 9 January Algeria Timeaouine Mali Gao 740
10 January Rest day in Gao
9 11 January Mali Gao Mali Mopti 538
10 12 January Mali Mopti Mali Gao 570
13 January Rest day in Gao
11 14 January Mali Gao Mali Tombouctou 424
12 15 January Mali Tombouctou Mali Niono 558
13 16 January Mali Niono Mali Nioro du Sahel 517
14 17 January Mali Nioro du Sahel Senegal Tambacounda 310
15 18 January Senegal Tambacounda Senegal Dara 306
16 19 January Senegal Dara Senegal Tiougoune 250
17 20 January Senegal Tiougoune Senegal Dakar 100

Results[edit]

Cars[edit]

No. Driver /
co-driver
Country Marque
1 Claude Marreau /
Bernard Marreau
 France Renault
2 Jean Claude Briavoine /
André Deliaire
 France Lada
3 Jean-Pierre Jaussaud /
Michel Brière
 France Mercedes
4 Pierre Lartigue /
Patrick Destaillats
 France Range Rover
5 Jacky Ickx /
Claude Brasseur
 Belgium
 France
Mercedes

Bikes[edit]

Pos. Rider Country Marque
1 Cyril Neveu  France Honda
2 Philippe Vassard  France Honda
3 Grégoire Verhaegue  France Barigo
4 Guy Albaret  France Yamaha
5 Michel Merel  France Yamaha

Trucks[edit]

Pos. Driver
co-drivers
Country Marque
1 Georges Groine /
Thierry de Saulieu /
Bernard Malferiol
 France Mercedes
2 Pierre Laleu /
Bernard Langlois
 France Mercedes
3 Jan de Rooy /
Gérard Straetmans
 Netherlands DAF
4 Claude Hervé /
Jean-Claude Garcia
 France Acmat
5 Etienne Martinez /
Jean-Paul Oligo
 France Mercedes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Dakar - RETROSPECTIVE 1979-2007" (PDF). Dakar. Retrieved 2009-01-07.