Hans Stacey (born March 9, 1958) is a Dutch rally car driver. He participated in various national championships, where he became the champion of his country in 1991 and 1992, driving a Mitsubishi Galant VR 4. He also was victorious driving a Subaru Impreza in 1997 and 2001.
He has competed in the Dakar Rally since 2004 in the truck category, initially as co-driver for his uncle Jan de Rooy and since 2006 as driver for the Exact-MAN team. After finishing second in the 2006 Dakar Rally, Stacey went on to win the 2007 Dakar Rally, winning five stages and coming in with more than a three-hour lead over the runner-up Ilgizar Mardeev.
His best and only student Greg Jenkins, is currently[when?] refining his skills in the Derbyshire dales before his debut in the coming season, accompanied by his pro co-driver Jon White. Unfortunately due to injury Greg Jenkins will be unable to compete in the coming season and will be attempting a quick recovery to gain more practice for the season next year.[when?]
- "MAN with a mission 2" website (participation of MAN in the 2008 Dakar Rally)
- Video of Hans Stacey in Valkenswaard (pre-prologue of the 2008 Rally Dakar)
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