2014 Dakar Rally

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2014 Dakar Rally
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The 2014 Dakar Rally was the 35th running of the event and the sixth successive year that the event was held in South America. The event started in Rosario, Argentina on January 5 and finished in Valparaíso, Chile on January 18 after 13 stages of competition. Marc Coma won his fourth title in the motorcycle category riding a KTM; Ignacio Casale took his maiden title in the quad category on a Yamaha; Nani Roma clinched victory in the car category for the first time, ten years after his sole motorcycle title, driving a Mini; and Andrey Karginov took his first truck category title for Kamaz.

Entries[edit]

Number of participants
Stage Bikes Quads Cars Trucks Total
Start of Rally 174[1] 40[2] 147[3] 70[4] 431
Rest Day 85 19 73 52 229[5]
End of Rally 78 15 61 50 204[6]

Bikes[edit]

Leading Entries
Manufacturer Team No. Rider
Japan Yamaha Yamaha Factory Racing 1 France Cyril Despres
6 France Olivier Pain
17 France Michael Metge
Yamaha Netherlands Verhoeven Team 12 Netherlands Frans Verhoeven
Austria KTM KTM Red Bull Rally Factory Team 2 Spain Marc Coma
4 Spain Jordi Viladoms
5 Chile Francisco López
8 Portugal Ruben Faria
Team Casteu 9 France David Casteu
Team Ullevalseter 20 Norway Pål Anders Ullevålseter
Japan Honda HRC Rally 3 Spain Joan Barreda
7 Portugal Hélder Rodrigues
10 Portugal Paulo Gonçalves
14 Argentina Javier Pizzolito
18 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland
Honda Brasil 29 Brazil Jean de Azevedo
France Sherco Samsung Sherco Rally Factory 22 France Alain Duclos
23 Spain Juan Pedrero

Quads[edit]

Leading Entries
Manufacturer Team No. Rider
Japan Yamaha Yamaha Racing Argentina 250 Argentina Marcos Patronelli
Tamarugal XC Rally Team 251 Chile Ignacio Casale
Sonik Team 252 Poland Rafał Sonik
Uruguay Rally Team 256 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente
PSG Racing 257 Argentina Pablo Copetti
Japan Honda Bonetto TDF 253 Argentina Lucas Bonetto
Maxxis Dakar Team Powered by Super B 255 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini
263 Qatar Mohammed Abu-Issa
Tamarugal XC Rally Team 268 Chile Victor Manuel Gallegos
Canada Can-Am 4WD Jaton Racing 254 Argentina Sebastian Palma

Cars[edit]

Leading Entries
Manufacturer Team No. Driver Co-Driver
United Kingdom Mini Monster Energy X-Raid Team 300 France Stéphane Peterhansel France Jean-Paul Cottret
304 Spain Nani Roma France Michel Périn
307 Argentina Orlando Terranova Portugal Paulo Fiuza
309 Poland Krzysztof Hołowczyc Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Q X-Raid Racing Team 301 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah Spain Lucas Cruz
Japan Toyota Imperial Toyota 302 South Africa Giniel de Villiers Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
323 South Africa Leeroy Poulter South Africa Robert Howie
France SMG SMG-Red Bull Rally Team 303 Spain Carlos Sainz Germany Timo Gottschalk
312 France Ronan Chabot France Gilles Pillot
United States Hummer Team Speed Energy 305 United States Robby Gordon United States Kellon Walch
China Haval Haval Rally Team 306 Portugal Carlos Sousa Portugal Miguel Ramalho
315 France Christian Lavieille France Jean-Pierre Garcin
United States Ford Ford Racing 308 Argentina Lucio Alvarez Argentina Bernardo Graue
329 South Africa Christiaan Visser South Africa Jacob Badenhorst
United States Chevrolet EVRacing 318 United States BJ Baldwin United States Quinn Cody
320 France Guerlain Chicherit France Alexandre Winocq

Trucks[edit]

Leading Entries
Manufacturer Team No. Driver Co-Drivers
Russia Kamaz Kamaz-Master 500 Russia Eduard Nikolaev Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
503 Russia Ayrat Mardeev Russia Aydar Belyaev
Russia Ayrat Israfilov
506 Russia Andrey Karginov Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
545 Russia Anton Shibalov Russia Robert Amatych
Russia Almaz Khisamiev
549 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov Russia Vyatcheslav Mizyukaev
Russia Andrey Aferin
Italy Iveco Team De Rooy 2014 501 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
507 Netherlands Hans Stacey Germany Detlef Ruf
Netherlands Bernard der Kinderen
516 Spain Pep Vila Netherlands Peter van Eerd
Spain Xavi Colome
520 France Joseph Adua Spain Ferran Alcayna
Spain Marc Torres
Czech Republic Tatra Tatra Buggyra Racing 502 Czech Republic Martin Kolomý Czech Republic David Kilian
Czech Republic Rene Kilian
Instaforex Loprais Team 504 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Czech Republic Radim Pustějovský
519 Czech Republic Jan Tomanek Czech Republic Michael Kasparek
Czech Republic Tomas Kasparek
Germany MAN Eurol/Veka MAN Rally Team 505 Netherlands Pieter Versluis Belgium Jurgen Damen
Netherlands Henricus Schuurmans
508 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
510 Netherlands Rene Kuipers Spain Moi Torrallardona
Belgium Jan van der Vaet

Stages[edit]

Distance according to the official website.[7] Competitors in the bike and quad categories will cross the Bolivian border and finish the seventh stage at Uyuni, whilst those in the car and truck categories will return to Salta. All competitors will then reconvene in Calama at the end of the eighth stage.

Stage Date Depart Arrive Bikes Quads Cars Trucks
Rd SS Winner Winner Rd SS Winner Rd SS Winner
1 5 January Argentina Rosario Argentina San Luís 629 180 Spain J. Barreda Chile I. Casale 629 180 Portugal C. Sousa 629 180 Russia A. Mardeev
2 6 January Argentina San Luís Argentina San Rafael 365 359 United Kingdom S. Sunderland Argentina M. Patronelli 365 433 France S. Peterhansel 365 400 Netherlands G. De Rooy1
3 7 January Argentina San Rafael Argentina San Juan 292 373 Spain J. Barreda Poland R. Sonik 295 301 Spain N. Roma 295 301 Russia A. Karginov
4 8 January Argentina San Juan Argentina Chilecito 210 353 Spain J. Pedrero Netherlands S. Husseini2 211 657 Spain C. Sainz 211 657 Netherlands G. De Rooy
5 9 January Argentina Chilecito Argentina Tucumán 384 527 Spain M. Coma Uruguay S. Lafuente 384 527 Spain N. Roma 384 527 Russia D. Sotnikov
6 10 January Argentina Tucumán Argentina Salta 64 400 France A. Duclos Chile I. Casale3 270 424 France S. Peterhansel 394 156 Netherlands P. Versluis
11 January Argentina Salta Rest Day
7 12 January Argentina Salta Argentina Salta (cars/trucks)
Bolivia Uyuni (bikes/quads)
373 409 Spain J. Barreda Chile I. Casale 230 533 Spain C. Sainz 230 525 Russia E. Nikolaev
8 13 January Argentina Salta (cars/trucks)
Bolivia Uyuni (bikes/quads)
Chile Calama 230 462 France C. Despres Chile I. Casale 510 302 Qatar N. Al-Attiyah 510 302 Russia A. Karginov
9 14 January Chile Calama Chile Iquique 29 422 Spain M. Coma Netherlands S. Husseini 29 422 France S. Peterhansel 29 422 Russia A. Karginov
10 15 January Chile Iquique Chile Antofagasta 58 631 Spain J. Barreda Russia S. Karyakin 58 631 Qatar N. Al-Attiyah 58 631 Czech Republic A. Loprais
11 16 January Chile Antofagasta Chile El Salvador 144 605 France C. Despres4 Chile I. Casale 144 605 Argentina O. Terranova 144 605 Russia A. Karginov
12 17 January Chile El Salvador Chile La Serena 349 350 France C. Despres Chile I. Casale 349 350 France S. Peterhansel 349 350 Netherlands G. De Rooy
13 18 January Chile La Serena Chile Valparaíso 378 157 Spain J. Barreda5 Chile I. Casale 378 157 South Africa G. de Villiers 378 157 Czech Republic A. Loprais

Notes:

  • Anton Shibalov set the fastest time for the stage, but de Rooy was declared the winner of the stage as the time the Dutchman spent helping stricken rival Mardeev was later deducted from his stage time.^1
  • Ignacio Casale set the fastest time for the stage, but Husseini, along with Sonik and Lafuente, were retroactively awarded time by the organisers for a mistake in the road book.^2
  • Casale was retroactively awarded the stage win after time was deducted from his finishing time.^3
  • Marc Coma set the fastest time for the stage before being awarded a 15-minute penalty for an engine change.^4
  • Cyril Despres set the fastest time for the stage before being awarded a 5-minute penalty.^5

Summary[edit]

Bikes[edit]

Honda rider Joan Barreda quickly established a lead in the overall classification with wins in the first and third stages, leading reigning champion Cyril Despres by 13 minutes by the end of the latter. A navigation error in the fourth stage set the Spaniard back however, eroding his advantage to just three minutes over Marc Coma as Despres lost some 28 minutes with engine failure.[8]

Coma then assumed the lead of the rally with a resounding victory in stage five, Barreda dropping 41 minutes behind his countryman due to more navigation problems.[9] Barreda was able to reduce the gap by four minutes over the course of the next two stages, before losing further ground on the ninth stage with a 15-minute speeding penalty.[10]

This gave Coma a lead of 55 minutes, which Barreda was able to reduce to 37 minutes before losing two and a half hours with electrical problems on the penultimate stage.[11] This promoted Coma's team-mate Jordi Viladoms to second, almost two hours adrift of the winner by the end of the rally, and Yamaha's Olivier Pain to third.

Despres won three stages on his comeback to fourth, ahead of top Honda rider Hélder Rodrigues. Barreda wound up seventh after taking victory on the final stage, his fifth of the rally.

Quads[edit]

Marcos Patronelli, who hit the front of the overall classification after winning the second stage, had to abandon the competition after suffering an accident in the third stage. The Argentinean saved his own life by jumping from his quad, which fell 600 metres down a cliff.[12] The accident left fellow Yamaha rider Rafał Sonik in first place, but the pole lost time on the fifth stage with a navigational error.[9]

This allowed Sergio Lafuente, winner of the fifth stage, to assume the lead in the standings, but three successive stage wins for Ignacio Casale allowed the Chilean rider to usurp the Uruguayan, his advantage up to almost 25 minutes when Lafuente was forced to retire due to a broken engine on Stage 11.[13]

This allowed Sonik to retake second place, over an hour behind Casale, where he would remain until the end of the rally as Casale took victory. Two-time stage winner Sebastien Husseini, who dropped out of victory contention after losing over three hours to the leaders on the fifth stage, completed the podium finishers.

Cars[edit]

X-Raid Mini driver Stéphane Peterhansel began the defence of his title strongly by taking the lead of the overall classification with victory in the second stage of the rally, but lost 25 minutes to team-mate Nani Roma on the third stage with a navigational error and a series of punctures.[14] Two-time World Rally champion Carlos Sainz also lost ground, but made up for it by winning the next stage in his SMG Buggy, deposing Roma from the lead of the rally.

Roma was able to re-assert himself on Stage 5 as all of his key rivals dropped time - Sainz lost an hour with an electrical problem and lost a further hour to a penalty, Peterhansel lost a further 24 minutes and X-Raid's Nasser Al-Attiyah, third after Stage 4, was hit with a one-hour penalty.[9][15] Peterhansel was however able to reduce Roma's 31-minute lead over the following days with two stage victories, the Spaniard's advantage all but wiped out by the end of Stage 10.

The X-Raid team then chose to call off the fight between its drivers, effectively guaranteeing Roma victory.[16] Peterhansel at first appeared to ignore these instructions as he won the penultimate stage to take a 26-second lead into the final day, but then dropped back to allow Roma back in front.[17] Al-Attiyah won two stages on his recovery drive to third place, just under an hour behind Roma, giving the X-Raid team a clean sweep of the podium.

Giniel de Villiers was the best non-Mini driver in fourth place after winning the final stage, with Orlando Terranova and Krzysztof Holowczyc making it five X-Raid drivers in the top six overall. Sainz was forced to retire after suffering a heavy crash on Stage 10.[18]

Trucks[edit]

Winning two of the first four stages, Iveco's Gerard de Rooy quickly established a healthy cushion in the overall classification of over 30 minutes from the leading two Kamaz drivers, Andrey Karginov and defending champion Eduard Nikolaev. Successive wins for Karginov on the eighth and ninth stages saw de Rooy's lead slashed to just 13 minutes, with Karginov seizing the lead of the standings by just under eight minutes after taking a fourth win on stage 11. On the final day of the rally, Karginov lost nine-and-a-half minutes to de Rooy on the road after providing assistance to a stricken car, costing him victory until race officials awarded him back the time he had spent aiding his fellow competitor.[19] This meant de Rooy was forced to concede victory by three minutes.

Nikolaev, who took his maiden Dakar stage win on stage 7, was third, over 90 minutes away from compatriot Karginov by the end of the rally, while Kamaz men Dmitry Sotnikov, winner of stage five, and Anton Shibalov, completed the top five. The remaining Kamaz driver, Ayrat Mardeev, was an early retiree after a series of rolls on the second stage. [19] Aleš Loprais completed the top six for Tatra with a pair of late stage wins, albeit five hours down on the victorious Karginov.

Stage results[edit]

Bikes[edit]

Stage result General classification
Stage Pos Competitor Make Time Gap Pos Competitor Make Time Gap
1 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 2:25:31 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 2:25:31
2 Spain Marc Coma KTM 2:26:08 0:37 2 Spain Marc Coma KTM 2:26:08 0:37
3 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 2:27:11 1:40 3 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 2:27:11 1:40
2 1 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland Honda 3:42:10 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 6:09:41
2 Chile Francisco López KTM 3:42:49 0:39 2 Chile Francisco López KTM 6:11:44 2:03
3 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 3:44:10 2:00 3 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland Honda 6:12:14 2:33
3 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 3:47:03 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 9:56:44
2 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 3:51:44 4:41 2 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 10:09:48 13:04
3 Spain Marc Coma KTM 3:53:59 6:56 3 Spain Marc Coma KTM 10:10:40 13:56
4 1 Spain Joan Pedrero Sherco 5:29:13 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 15:39:53
2 Chile Francisco López KTM 5:29:42 0:29 2 Spain Marc Coma KTM 15:43:03 3:10
3 Spain Marc Coma KTM 5:32:23 3:10 3 Chile Francisco López KTM 15:45:05 5:12
5 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 3:02:08 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 18:45:11
2 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 3:15:02 12:54 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 19:26:21 41:10
3 Poland Kuba Przygonski KTM 3:24:53 22:45 3 Chile Francisco López KTM 19:38:52 53:41
6 1 France Alain Duclos Sherco 5:51:34 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 23:08:00
2 Spain Marc Coma KTM 5:52:49 1:15 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 23:50:17 42:17
3 France Michael Metge Yamaha 5:53:23 1:49 3 France Alain Duclos Sherco 24:08:58 1:00:58
7 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 4:13:41 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 26:40:44
2 Spain Marc Coma KTM 4:17:44 4:03 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 27:17:58 38:14
3 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 4:19:16 5:35 3 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 27:56:47 1:16:03
8 1 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 5:23:14 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 32:06:14
2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 5:25:24 2:10 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 32:44:22 38:08
3 Spain Marc Coma KTM 5:25:30 2:16 3 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 33:33:41 1:27:27
9 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 4:49:05 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 36:55:07
2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 4:50:46 1:41 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 37:50:43 55:361
3 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 4:54:33 5:28 3 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 38:34:09 1:54:02
10 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 7:12:00 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 41:48:33
2 Portugal Hélder Rodrigues Honda 7:20:00 8:00 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 42:32:43 44:10
3 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 7:21:40 9:40 3 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 43:50:36 2:02:03
11 1 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 6:38:59 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 48:39:41
2 France Olivier Pain Yamaha 6:41:36 2:37 2 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 49:17:17 37:36
3 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 6:42:01 3:02 3 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 50:32:37 1:52:56
12 1 France Cyril Despres Yamaha 3:58:18 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 52:40:16
2 Spain Marc Coma KTM 4:00:35 2:17 2 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 54:40:05 1:59:49
3 France Olivier Pain Yamaha 4:04:11 5:53 3 France Olivier Pain Yamaha 54:50:32 2:10:16
13 1 Spain Joan Barreda Honda 1:59:44 1 Spain Marc Coma KTM 54:50:43
2 France Olivier Pain Yamaha 2:00:24 0:40 2 Spain Jordi Viladoms KTM 56:43:20 1:52:27
3 Portugal Hélder Rodrigues Honda 2:01:07 1:59:44 3 France Olivier Pain Yamaha 56:50:56 2:00:03

Notes

  • Includes a 15-minute penalty for speeding.^1 [10]

Quads[edit]

Stage result General classification
Stage Pos Competitor Make Time Gap Pos Competitor Make Time Gap
1 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 2:38:41 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 2:38:41
2 Argentina Marcos Patronelli Yamaha 2:39:02 0:21 2 Argentina Marcos Patronelli Yamaha 2:39:02 0:21
3 Argentina Lucas Bonetto Honda 2:39:58 1:17 3 Argentina Lucas Bonetto Honda 2:39:58 1:17
2 1 Argentina Marcos Patronelli Yamaha 4:40:37 1 Argentina Marcos Patronelli Yamaha 7:19:39
2 Argentina Lucas Bonetto Honda 4:43:31 2:54 2 Argentina Lucas Bonetto Honda 7:23:29 3:50
3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 4:45:34 4:57 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 7:25:45 6:06
3 1 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 4:58:00 1 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 12:23:45
2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 5:01:50 3:50 2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 12:29:55 6:10
3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 5:02:02 4:02 3 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 12:31:04 7:19
4 1 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 6:41:16 1 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 19:10:53
2 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 6:47:08 5:52 2 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 19:12:20 1:27
3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 6:58:44 17:28 3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 19:29:55 19:02
5 1 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 4:53:48 1 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 24:23:43
2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 4:55:09 1:21 2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 24:40:35 16:52
3 Argentina Pablo Copetti Yamaha 5:04:48 11:00 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 24:46:55 23:12
6 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 4:44:08 1 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 29:22:20
2 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 4:57:43 13:35 2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 29:24:43 2:33
3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 4:58:37 14:29 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 29:44:38 22:18
7 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 4:41:19 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 33:21:02
2 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 4:48:59 7:40 2 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 33:27:17 6:15
3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 4:49:57 8:38 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 33:50:54 29:52
8 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 6:18:47 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 39:39:49
2 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 6:27:25 8:38 2 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 40:01:29 21:40
3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 6:34:12 15:25 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 40:25:45 45:56
9 1 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 5:46:01 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 45:50:48
2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 6:10:95 24:58 2 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 46:13:27 22:39
3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 6:11:31 25:30 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 46:37:16 46:28
10 1 Russia Sergey Karyakin Yamaha 6:01:42 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 51:54:19
2 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 6:03:31 1:49 2 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 52:18:55 24:36
3 Uruguay Sergio Lafuente Yamaha 6:05:28 3:46 3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 53:09:24 1:15:05
11 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 8:47:00 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 61:11:191
2 Chile Victor Gallegos Honda 8:52:12 5:12 2 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 62:15:51 1:04:32
3 Qatar Mohammed Abu-Issa Honda 9:03:09 16:09 3 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 66:55:44 5:34:25
12 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 5:05:08 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 66:16:27
2 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 5:10:13 5:05 2 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 67:40:09 1:23:42
3 Russia Sergey Karyakin Yamaha 5:22:21 17:13 3 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 71:55:77 5:39:30
13 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 2:11:37 1 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha 68:28:04
2 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 2:12:31 0:54 2 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 69:54:53 1:26:49
3 Poland Rafał Sonik Yamaha 2:14:44 3:07 3 Netherlands Sebastian Husseini Honda 74:08:28 5:40:24

Notes

  • Casale lost 30 minutes in relation to Sonik because of a penalty.^1

Cars[edit]

Stage result General classification
Stage Pos Competitor Make Time Gap Pos Competitor Make Time Gap
1 1 Portugal Carlos Sousa
Portugal Miguel Ramalho
Haval 2:20:36 1 Portugal Carlos Sousa
Portugal Miguel Ramalho
Haval 2:20:36
2 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 2:20:47 0:11 2 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 2:20:47 0:11
3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 2:21:23 0:47 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 2:21:23 0:47
2 1 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 3:52:05 1 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 6:17:02
2 Spain Carlos Sainz
Germany Timo Gottschalk
SMG 3:52:51 0:46 2 Spain Carlos Sainz
Germany Timo Gottschalk
SMG 6:17:30 0:28
3 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 3:57:39 5:34 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 6:21:12 4:10
3 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 2:58:52 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 9:20:13
2 Poland Krzysztof Holowczyc
Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Mini 2:59:59 1:07 2 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 9:29:19 9:06
3 South Africa Leeroy Poulter
South Africa Robert Howie
Toyota 3:02:11 3:19 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 9:30:13 10:00
4 1 Spain Carlos Sainz
Germany Timo Gottschalk
SMG 7:30:32 1 Spain Carlos Sainz
Germany Timo Gottschalk
SMG 14:52:47
2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 7:36:36 6:04 2 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 14:54:53 2:06
3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 7:39:30 8:58 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 14:59:43 6:56
5 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 4:27:01 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 19:21:54
2 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 4:31:21 4:20 2 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 19:53:40 31:46
3 United States Robby Gordon
United States Kellon Walch
Hummer 4:47:13 20:12 3 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 20:01:53 39:59
6 1 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 2:42:58 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 22:11:28
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 2:45:41 2:43 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 22:44:51 33:23
3 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 2:48:18 5:201 3 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 22:52:22 40:54
7 1 Spain Carlos Sainz
Germany Timo Gottschalk
SMG 4:43:28 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 27:03:52
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 4:48:13 4:45 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 27:35:45 31:53
3 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 4:50:54 7:26 3 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 27:52:15 48:23
8 1 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 2:32:57 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 29:46:08
2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 2:34:09 1:12 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 30:09:54 23:46
3 Spain Carlos Sainz
Germany Timo Gottschalk
SMG 2:35:33 2:36 3 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 30:34:33 48:25
9 1 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 4:17:53 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 34:15:37
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 4:20:13 2:17 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 34:27:47 12:10
3 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 4:29:29 11:36 3 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 35:10:10 54:33
10 1 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 6:38:35 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 38:52:57
2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 6:42:25 3:50 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 38:55:12 2:15
3 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 6:52:20 13:45 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 39:38:58 46:01
11 1 Argentina Orlando Terranova
Portugal Paulo Fiuza
Mini 5:58:00 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 45:01:54
2 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 6:08:57 10:57 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 45:07:26 5:32
3 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 6:10:38 12:38 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 45:57:55 56:01
12 1 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 3:38:19 1 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 48:45:45
2 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 3:41:57 3:38 2 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 48:46:11 0:26
3 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 3:44:17 5:58 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 49:39:52 54:07
13 1 South Africa Giniel de Villiers
Germany Dirk von Zitzewitz
Toyota 1:57:07 1 Spain Nani Roma
France Michel Périn
Mini 50:44:58
2 Poland Krzysztof Holowczyc
Russia Konstantin Zhiltsov
Mini 1:57:30 0:23 2 France Stéphane Peterhansel
France Jean-Paul Cottret
Mini 50:50:36 5:38
3 Russia Vladimir Vasilyev
Ukraine Vitaliy Yevtyekhov
Mini 1:57:48 0:41 3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah
Spain Lucas Cruz
Mini 51:41:50 56:52

Notes

  • Terranova took a 15-minute penalty for colliding with a motorcycle rider during the stage, dropping him to fourth in the overall classification.^1 [20]

Trucks[edit]

Stage result General classification
Stage Pos Competitor Make Time Gap Pos Competitor Make Time Gap
1 1 Russia Ayrat Mardeev
Russia Aydar Belyaev
Russia Ayrat Israfilov
Kamaz 2:46:52 1 Russia Ayrat Mardeev
Russia Aydar Belyaev
Russia Ayrat Israfilov
Kamaz 2:46:52
2 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais
Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Czech Republic Radim Pustějovský
Tatra 2:47:02 0:10 2 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais
Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Czech Republic Radim Pustějovský
Tatra 2:47:02 0:10
3 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 2:47:13 0:21 3 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 2:47:13 0:21
2 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 3:58:17 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 6:46:42
2 Russia Anton Shibalov
Russia Robert Amatych
Russia Almaz Khisamiev
Kamaz 4:11:37 13:20 2 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 7:00:39 13:57
3 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 4:13:26 15:09 3 Russia Anton Shibalov
Russia Robert Amatych
Russia Almaz Khisamiev
Kamaz 7:05:34 18:52
3 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 3:21:29 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 10:10:53
2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 3:24:11 2:42 2 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 10:29:42 18:49
3 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais
Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Czech Republic Radim Pustějovský
Tatra 3:26:33 4:54 3 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 10:50:03 39:10
4 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 8:16:40 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 16:17:33
2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 8:18:11 1:31 2 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 16:53:45 36:12
3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 8:25:44 9:04 3 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 16:58:14 40:41
5 1 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov
Russia Vyatcheslav Mizyukaev
Russia Andrey Aferin
Kamaz 4:47:46 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 21:17:26
2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 4:50:42 2:56 2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 21:49:26 32:00
3 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 4:59:53 12:07 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 22:27:07 1:09:41
6 1 Netherlands Peter Versluis
Belgium Jurgen Damen
Netherlands Henricus Schuurmans
MAN 1:52:55 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 23:13:27
2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 1:54:06 1:11 2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 23:43:32 29:05
3 Netherlands Marcel van Vliet
Netherlands Marcel Pronk
Germany Artur Klein
MAN 1:54:31 1:36 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 24:22:09 1:07:42
7 1 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 5:02:41 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 28:21:42
2 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov
Russia Vyatcheslav Mizyukaev
Russia Andrey Aferin
Kamaz 5:06:26 3:45 2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 29:24:50 37:50
3 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 5:07:15 4:34 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 29:24:50 1:03:08
8 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 2:53:32 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 31:20:29
2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 2:58:47 5:15 2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 31:53:04 32:35
3 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov
Russia Vyatcheslav Mizyukaev
Russia Andrey Aferin
Kamaz 3:00:27 6:55 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 32:32:30 1:12:01
9 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 4:58:09 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 36:37:45
2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 5:17:16 19:07 2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 36:51:13 13:28
3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 5:26:56 28:47 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 37:59:26 1:21:41
10 1 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais
Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Czech Republic Radim Pustějovský
Tatra 5:10:55 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 41:54:50
2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 5:11:32 0:37 2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 42:02:45 7:55
3 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 5:17:05 6:10 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 43:24:18 1:29:28
11 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 6:22:32 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 48:25:17
2 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 6:36:50 14:18 2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 48:33:13 7:56
3 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 6:38:23 15:51 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 50:01:08 1:35:51
12 1 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 4:10:24 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 52:36:12
2 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 4:10:55 0:31 2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 52:43:37 7:25
3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 4:13:42 3:18 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 54:14:50 1:38:38
13 1 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais
Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Czech Republic Radim Pustějovský
Tatra 2:17:37 1 Russia Andrey Karginov
Russia Andrey Mokeev
Russia Igor Devyatkin
Kamaz 55:00:28
2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 2:20:02 2:35 2 Netherlands Gérard de Rooy
Belgium Tom Colsoul
Netherlands Darek Rodewald
Iveco 55:03:39 3:11
3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 2:20:30 2:53 3 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz 56:35:20 1:34:52

Final standings[edit]

Fatalities[edit]

Belgian motorcycle rider Eric Palante was found dead on the morning of 10 January after the completion of the fifth stage. He was 50 years old.[21]

References[edit]

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