Rallye des Pharaons

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The Rallye des Pharaons is an FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship event that takes place in Egypt, with Cairo being both the start and finishing point at the foot of the pyramids of Giza, and covers roughly around 3,100 kilometres (1,900 mi). It is similar in format to the Dakar Rally in that it takes place in desert conditions and cars, trucks, and motorcycles are all permitted to compete. For 2004, Rallye des Pharaons ran from September 25 to October 4.

Tragedy struck on September 29, 2004, when three-time Dakar Rally winner Richard Sainct was killed when his motorcycle ran off the course.[1][2] KTM, who Sainct rode for, pulled all other factory racers from the rest of the rally in respect for Sainct.

Winners[edit]

Year Cars (driver / co-driver) Motorcycles Trucks (driver / co-driver)
1998 Italy Giorgio Beccaris / Roberto Ferrari Italy Fabrizio Meoni
1999 Belgium Gerard Marcy / Jean-Paul Cottret Italy Fabrizio Meoni
2000 Belgium Grégoire De Mévius / Alain Guehennec Italy Fabrizio Meoni
2001 Spain José Luis Monterde / Rafael Tornabell Italy Fabrizio Meoni Italy Gilberto Sandretto / Corrado Pattono
2002 Hungary Balázs Szalay / Aladár Laklóth France Richard Sainct Italy Giuseppe Panseri / Giacomo Vismara / Marco Sangalli
2003 France Yves Loubet / Jacky Dubois Spain Nani Roma Japan Teruhito Sugawara / Masahiro Saiki
2004 Belgium Alain De Mevius / Emmanuel Eggermont Norway Pål Anders Ullevålseter Italy Giacomo Vismara / Mario Cambiaghi
2005 Belgium Stéphane Henrard / Antonia De Roissard Spain Marc Coma Italy Giuseppe Panseri / Marco Piana / Oscar Mor
2006 Russia Sergey Shmakov / Konstantin Meshcheryakov Spain Marc Coma Italy Giacomo Vismara / Mario Cambiaghi / Paola Bellina
2007 France Christian Lavieille / François Borsotto Spain Marc Coma Italy Matteo Paccani / Attilio Brevi
2008 France Cristian Lavieille / François Borsotto France David Casteu Italy Matteo Paccani / Attilio Brevi / Luca Baschenis
2009 France Jérôme Pélichet / Eugénie Decré France Cyril Despres Not held
2010 France Jean-Louis Schlesser / Arnaud Debron Spain Marc Coma Italy Luisa Trucco / Corrado Pattono
2011 France Jean-Louis Schlesser / Arnaud Debron Spain Marc Coma Italy Marco Piana / Christophe Troesch / Jarosław Kazberuk
2012 United Arab Emirates Khalifa Al Mutaiwei / Andreas Schulz Spain Joan Barreda Bort Not held
2013 Not held
Year Cars (driver / co-driver) Motorcycles Quad's
2014 Saudi Arabia Yazeed Al-Rajhi / Germany Timo Gottschalk Bolivia Juan Carlos Salvatierra Poland Rafal Sonik

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