2018 Dakar Rally

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2018 Dakar Rally
Part of the Dakar Rally
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2018 Dakar route
Host country Peru
 Bolivia
 Argentina
Dates run6 – 20 January 2018
Stages14
Stage surfaceGravel, dirt, sand
Results
Cars winnerSpain Carlos Sainz
Spain Lucas Cruz
Team Peugeot Total
Bikes winnerAustria Matthias Walkner
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Quads winnerChile Ignacio Casale
Casale Racing
Trucks winnerRussia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz-Master
UTVs winnerBrazil Reinaldo Varela
Brazil Gustavo Gugelmin
South Racing-Can Am
Crews335 at start, 184 at finish

The 2018 Dakar Rally was the 40th edition of the event and the tenth successive year that the event was in South America. The event started in Lima, Peru on 6 January and ran through Argentina and Bolivia, finishing in Córdoba, Argentina on 20 January after 14 stages of competition.[1]

Number of entries[edit]

Stage Bikes Quads Cars Trucks UTVs Total
Start of rally 139 49 92 44 11 335
Rest day 110 41 62 23 10 246
End of rally 85 (61%) 32 (65%) 43 (47%) 18 (41%) 6 (54%) 184 (55%)

Stages[edit]

Distance according to the official website.

Bikes, quads and cars[edit]

Stage Date Depart Arrive Bikes Quads Cars
Km Km Winner Winner Km Km Winner
1 6 Jan Peru Lima Peru Pisco 272 31 United Kingdom S. Sunderland (KTM) Chile I. Casale (Yamaha) 272 31 Qatar N. Al-Attiyah (Toyota)
2 7 Jan Peru Pisco Peru Pisco 278 267 Spain J. Barreda (Honda) Chile I. Casale (Yamaha) 278 267 France C. Despres (Peugeot)
3 8 Jan Peru Pisco Peru San Juan de Marcona 501 295 United Kingdom S. Sunderland (KTM) Chile I. Casale (Yamaha) 502 295 Qatar N. Al-Attiyah (Toyota)
4 9 Jan Peru San Juan de Marcona Peru San Juan de Marcona 444 330 France A. van Beveren (Yamaha) Russia S. Karyakin (Yamaha) 444 330 France S. Loeb (Peugeot)
5 10 Jan Peru San Juan de Marcona Peru Arequipa 770 264 Spain J. Barreda (Honda) Argentina N. Cavigliasso (Yamaha) 932 267 France S. Peterhansel (Peugeot)
6 11 Jan Peru Arequipa Bolivia La Paz 758 313 France A. Meo (KTM) Argentina J. Gonzalez (Yamaha) 758 313 Spain C. Sainz (Peugeot)
12 Jan Bolivia La Paz – rest day
7M 13 Jan Bolivia La Paz Bolivia Uyuni 726 425 Spain J. Barreda (Honda) France A. Dutrie (Yamaha) 726 425 Spain C. Sainz (Peugeot)
8 14 Jan Bolivia Uyuni Bolivia Tupiza 584 498 France A. Meo (KTM) France S. Vitse (Yamaha) 584 498 France S. Peterhansel (Peugeot)
9 15 Jan Bolivia Tupiza Argentina Salta 754 242 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions. 754 242 Cancelled
10 16 Jan Argentina Salta Argentina Belén 795 372 Austria M. Walkner (KTM) Chile I. Casale (Yamaha) 795 372 France S. Peterhansel (Peugeot)
11 17 Jan Argentina Belén Argentina Fiambalá/Chilecito 484 280 Australia T. Price (KTM) Argentina N. Cavigliasso (Yamaha) 746 280 Netherlands B. ten Brinke (Toyota)
12 18 Jan Argentina Fiambalá/Chilecito Argentina San Juan 722 375 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions. 791 522 Qatar N. Al-Attiyah (Toyota)
13 19 Jan Argentina San Juan Argentina Córdoba 904 423 Australia T. Price (KTM) Argentina J. González (Yamaha) 927 368 Qatar N. Al-Attiyah (Toyota)
14 20 Jan Argentina Córdoba Argentina Córdoba 284 119 Argentina K. Benavides (Honda) Chile I. Casale (Yamaha) 284 119 South Africa G. de Villiers (Toyota)

Trucks and UTVs[edit]

Stage Date Depart Arrive Trucks UTVs
Km Km Winner Km Km Winner
1 6 Jan Peru Lima Peru Pisco 272 31 Czech Republic A. Loprais (Tatra) 272 31 Peru A. Aliaga (Polaris)
2 7 Jan Peru Pisco Peru Pisco 278 267 Russia E. Nikolaev (Kamaz) 278 267 Brazil R. Varela (Can-Am)
3 8 Jan Peru Pisco Peru San Juan de Marcona 502 295 Argentina F. Villagra (Iveco) 502 295 Peru J.C. Uribe (Can-Am)
4 9 Jan Peru San Juan de Marcona Peru San Juan de Marcona 444 330 Russia E. Nikolaev (Kamaz) 444 330 France P. Garrouste (Polaris)
5 10 Jan Peru San Juan de Marcona Peru Arequipa 932 267 Russia A. Mardeev (Kamaz) 932 267 Brazil R. Varela (Can-Am)
6 11 Jan Peru Arequipa Bolivia La Paz 758 313 Argentina F. Villagra (Iveco) 758 313 France P. Garrouste (Polaris)
12 Jan Bolivia La Paz – rest day
7M 13 Jan Bolivia La Paz Bolivia Uyuni 669 368 Netherlands T. van Genugten (Iveco) 726 425 Brazil R. Varela (Can-Am)
8 14 Jan Bolivia Uyuni Bolivia Tupiza 558 380 Russia D. Sotnikov (Kamaz) 584 498 Brazil R. Varela (Can-Am)
9 15 Jan Bolivia Tupiza Argentina Salta 754 242 Cancelled 754 242 Cancelled
10 16 Jan Argentina Salta Argentina Belén 795 372 Netherlands T. van Genugten (Iveco) 795 372 France P. Garrouste (Polaris)
11 17 Jan Argentina Belén Argentina Fiambalá/Chilecito 746 280 Belarus S. Viazovich (Maz) 746 280 France P. Garrouste (Polaris)
12 18 Jan Argentina Fiambalá/Chilecito Argentina San Juan 791 522 Netherlands T. van Genugten (Iveco) 791 522 Brazil R. Varela (Can-Am)
13 19 Jan Argentina San Juan Argentina Córdoba 927 368 Russia E. Nikolaev (Kamaz) 927 368 France P. Garrouste (Polaris)
14 20 Jan Argentina Córdoba Argentina Córdoba 284 119 Netherlands T. van Genugten (Iveco) 284 119 Argentina L. Larrauri (Can-Am)

Summary[edit]

Stage 1 left from Lima on 6 January from the Army General Headquarters (the "Pentagonito") located in the district of San Borja, and extended 273 kilometers to the south, a few kilometers after Pisco taking the South Pan-American Highway. The competitive section consisted of a loop ran in the last 31 kilometers near Pisco.[2] Among the incidents of the stage, the most highlighted was the serious accident suffered by the Portuguese driver Joaquim Rodrigues when he fell from a dune and fractured a lumbar vertebra.[3]

The oldest driver, 76-year old Yoshimasa Sugawara of Japan retired in his 35th Dakar Rally participation on Stage 2.[4] The Toyota of driver Alicia Reina and co-driver Carlos Dante Pelayo, both of Argentina, was burned after catching fire during the Stage 3 in Pisco, Peru.[5] Two-time winner Nani Roma of Spain also retired at the end of Stage 3 when he had sustained head and neck injuries in a crash.[6]

Big troubles on Stage 4 was for two of the favorites, Nasser Al-Attiyah (Team Toyota) and Cyril Despres (Team Peugeot) that have been significantly delayed.[7] The bikes class leader and defending champion Sam Sunderland was airlifted to hospital by helicopter as he quit the race with a frightening back injury.[8] Also, former Chelsea and Tottenham manager André Villas-Boas was taken to hospital when his car crashed into a sand dune, forcing him to retire from the rally.[9]

Notable retirement on Stage 5 was Sébastien Loeb (Peugeot Team Total) due to an injury of his co-driver Daniel Elena.[10] In the quads category, defending champion Sergey Karyakin suffered a crash and broke his arm.[11] Initially, Stage 5 in the truck category was won by class leader Eduard Nikolaev, but later Ayrat Mardeev and Dmitry Sotnikov received a compensation time and took first and second stage positions respectively.[12][13]

After the rest day, one of bike class favorites Joan Barreda won the Stage 7 by almost three minutes to creep ever closer to the overall lead, but sustained a knee injury. Car class leader Stéphane Peterhansel had a big troubles on Stage 7, hitting a rock that destroyed the left rear corner of his Peugeot and forced him to stop for almost two hours.[14] Despite losing two positions in general standings, Peterhansel come back to fight with Carlos Sainz by winning Stage 8 in southern Bolivia.[15] Stage 9 has been cancelled due to poor weather conditions in Argentina.[16]

Bike class leader Adrien van Beveren could not finish on Stage 10 despite his efforts to keep going after he fell two miles from the finish. Austrian Matthias Walkner takes the advantage of the navigation error made by several rivals.[17] On Stage 11, Joan Barreda, exhausted and nursing a knee injury for the last four days, has withdrawn from the rally despite sitting in second place.[18] Russian Kamaz truck driver Eduard Nikolaev has dominated since the rally start in Peru, but he lost more than 40 minutes on a difficult Stage 11 to new race leader Federico Villagra.[19]

Heavy rain made conditions bad enough that the bike and quad classes were both cancelled for Stage 12. In the truck class, Kamaz's defending champion Eduard Nikolaev closely overhauled Federico Villagra's Iveco to lead the overall standings by just one second before the last two stages.[20] On Stage 3, Villagra attacked but suffered a mechanical troubles and despite battling on for as long as he could, had to abandon the rally, leaving the Russian in total control.[21] In the same time, 13-time champion Peterhansel crashed on Stage 13, damaging the Peugeot 3008 DKR Maxi and lost an one-hour and his second place in general classification.[22]

Finally, after last short Stage 14, Spanish Carlos Sainz has won the cars class for the second time, the bikes winner was Austrian Matthias Walkner, the quads winner was Chilean Ignacio Casale, the trucks winner was Russian Eduard Nikolaev and the UTVs winner was Brazilian Reinaldo Varela.[23]

Stage results[edit]

Cars[edit]

Stage Stage winner Time Stage runner-up Time Stage third place Time Class leader
1 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 0:21:51 Netherlands Bernhard ten Brinke (Toyota) 0:22:16 Peru Nicolás Fuchs (Borgward) 0:22:25 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota)
2 France Cyril Despres (Peugeot) 2:56:51 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 2:57:39 France Sébastien Loeb (Peugeot) 2:59:59 France Cyril Despres (Peugeot)
3 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 3:09:08 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 3:13:13 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot) 3:15:15 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot)
4 France Sébastien Loeb (Peugeot) 3:57:53 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot) 3:59:28 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 4:01:09
5 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 2:51:19 Netherlands Bernhard ten Brinke (Toyota) 2:56:11 South Africa Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 3:04:06
6 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot) 2:53:30 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 2:57:36 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 2:58:35
Rest day
7 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot) 4:49:26 South Africa Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 5:01:31 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 5:03:45 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot)
8 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 5:15:18 France Cyril Despres (Peugeot) 5:16:07 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 5:17:30
9 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
10 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 4:43:46 South Africa Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 4:52:32 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot) 4:56:53
11 Netherlands Bernhard ten Brinke (Toyota) 4:10:54 France Cyril Despres (Peugeot) 4:15:29 Spain Carlos Sainz (Peugeot) 4:15:34
12 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 5:49:57 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 5:52:00 South Africa Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 5:54:30
13 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 5:02:22 Argentina Lucio Alvarez (Toyota) 5:13:38 South Africa Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 5:15:28
14 South Africa Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 1:26:29 France Stéphane Peterhansel (Peugeot) 1:27:09 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota) 1:27:10

Bikes[edit]

Stage Stage winner Time Stage runner-up Time Stage third place Time Class leader
1 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland (KTM) 0:20:55 France Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha) 0:21:28 Chile Pablo Quintanilla (Husqvarna) 0:21:51 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland (KTM)
2 Spain Joan Barreda (Honda) 2:56:44 France Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha) 2:59:38 Austria Matthias Walkner (KTM) 3:01:08 Spain Joan Barreda (Honda)
3 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland (KTM) 3:20:43 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 3:23:46 Australia Toby Price (KTM) 3:24:11 United Kingdom Sam Sunderland (KTM)
4 France Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha) 4:08:23 France Xavier de Soultrait (Yamaha) 4:13:24 Austria Matthias Walkner (KTM) 4:15:33 France Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha)
5 Spain Joan Barreda (Honda) 3:19:42 Austria Matthias Walkner (KTM) 3:30:08 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 3:32:02
6 France Antoine Meo (KTM) 1:54:10 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 1:54:40 Australia Toby Price (KTM) 1:54:40 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda)
Rest day
7 Spain Joan Barreda (Honda) 5:11:10 France Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha) 5:14:01 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 5:19:12 France Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha)
8 France Antoine Meo (KTM) 5:24:01 United States Ricky Brabec (Honda) 5:25:09 Australia Toby Price (KTM) 5:26:46
9 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
10 Austria Matthias Walkner (KTM) 4:52:26 Chile Pablo Quintanilla (Husqvarna) 5:04:01 Spain Gerard Farrés (KTM) 5:08:47 Austria Matthias Walkner (KTM)
11 Australia Toby Price (KTM) 4:01:33 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 4:03:11 France Antoine Meo (KTM) 4:08:04
12 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
13 Australia Toby Price (KTM) 4:48:33 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 4:50:36 France Antoine Meo (KTM) 4:51:17
14 Argentina Kevin Benavides (Honda) 1:26:41 Australia Toby Price (KTM) 1:27:35 France Antoine Meo (KTM) 1:29:30

Quads[edit]

Stage Stage winner Time Stage runner-up Time Stage third place Time Class leader
1 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 0:27:32 Russia Sergey Karyakin (Yamaha) 0:28:32 Argentina Pablo Copetti (Yamaha) 0:30:31 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha)
2 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 3:37:45 Russia Sergey Karyakin (Yamaha) 3:38:28 Argentina Gastón González (Yamaha) 3:41:39
3 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 3:58:08 Peru Alexis Hernández (Yamaha) 4:09:03 Argentina Pablo Copetti (Yamaha) 4:13:00
4 Russia Sergey Karyakin (Yamaha) 4:56:34 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 4:57:17 Peru Alexis Hernández (Yamaha) 5:02:05
5 Argentina Nicolás Cavigliasso (Yamaha) 4:12:47 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 4:14:10 Peru Alexis Hernández (Yamaha) 4:19:22
6 Argentina Jeremías González (Yamaha) 2:29:06 Argentina Pablo Copetti (Yamaha) 2:30:56 Paraguay Nelson Sanabria (Yamaha) 2:31:24
Rest day
7 France Axel Dutrie (Yamaha) 6:59:04 Brazil Marcelo Medeiros (Yamaha) 7:03:54 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 7:08:02 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha)
8 France Simon Vitse (Yamaha) 6:52:32 Brazil Marcelo Medeiros (Yamaha) 6:55:59 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 6:57:52
9 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
10 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 6:35:18 Argentina Nicolás Cavigliasso (Yamaha) 6:35:26 Argentina Jeremías González (Yamaha) 6:37:32
11 Argentina Nicolás Cavigliasso (Yamaha) 5:20:45 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 5:35:59 Kazakhstan Dmitriy Shilov (Yamaha) 5:55:34
12 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
13 Argentina Jeremías González (Yamaha) 5:55:16 Paraguay Nelson Sanabria (Yamaha) 5:58:34 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 5:59:19
14 Chile Ignacio Casale (Yamaha) 1:43:25 Paraguay Nelson Sanabria (Yamaha) 1:44:46 Argentina Nicolás Cavigliasso (Yamaha) 1:45:01

Trucks[edit]

Stage Stage winner Time Stage runner-up Time Stage third place Time Class leader
1 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais (Tatra) 0:25:15 Netherlands Martin van den Brink (Renault Trucks) 0:25:37 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 0:25:44 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais (Tatra)
2 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 3:24:23 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 3:27:48 Czech Republic Aleš Loprais (Tatra) 3:30:30 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz)
3 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 3:56:37 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 3:57:12 Russia Ayrat Mardeev (Kamaz) 4:00:46
4 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 4:35:08 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 5:03:05 Czech Republic Martin Kolomý (Tatra) 5:13:57
5 Russia Ayrat Mardeev (Kamaz) 3:32:39 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov (Kamaz) 3:36:35 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 3:37:12
6 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 3:22:23 Czech Republic Martin Kolomý (Tatra) 3:25:09 Netherlands Ton van Genugten (Iveco) 3:25:21
Rest day
7 Netherlands Ton van Genugten (Iveco) 4:10:40 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 4:12:41 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 4:15:34 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz)
8 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov (Kamaz) 4:23:32 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 4:28:43 Russia Ayrat Mardeev (Kamaz) 4:30:00
9 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
10 Netherlands Ton van Genugten (Iveco) 5:31:49 Belarus Siarhei Viazovich (Maz) 5:42:58 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 5:47:22
11 Belarus Siarhei Viazovich (Maz) 5:14:10 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco) 5:15:34 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov (Kamaz) 5:43:01 Argentina Federico Villagra (Iveco)
12 Netherlands Ton van Genugten (Iveco) 7:02:36 Czech Republic Martin Kolomý (Tatra) 7:06:47 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 7:08:57 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz)
13 Russia Eduard Nikolaev (Kamaz) 5:59:02 Russia Ayrat Mardeev (Kamaz) 5:59:52 Czech Republic Martin Kolomý (Tatra) 6:05:08
14 Netherlands Ton van Genugten (Iveco) 1:39:47 Czech Republic Martin Macik (Liaz) 1:39:58 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov (Kamaz) 1:43:22

UTVs[edit]

Stage Stage winner Time Stage runner-up Time Stage third place Time Class leader
1 Peru Aníbal Aliaga (Polaris) 0:31:27 Spain Jose Luis Peña (Polaris) 0:34:28 France Claude Fournier (Polaris) 0:34:50 Peru Anibal Aliaga (Polaris)
2 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 4:18:44 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 4:27:43 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 4:40:41 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am)
3 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 4:30:36 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 4:47:49 France Claude Fournier (Polaris) 5:12:48
4 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 5:43:45 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 6:09:18 Argentina Leo Larrauri (Can-Am) 6:58:23 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris)
5 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 3:42:42 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 3:58:19 Spain Jose Luis Peña (Polaris) 4:20:37 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am)
6 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 3:44:18 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 3:58:47 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 4:15:46
Rest day
7 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 6:49:31 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 7:21:03 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 7:45:00 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am)
8 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 7:30:18 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 7:49:13 Argentina Leo Larrauri (Can-Am) 8:18:27
9 Cancelled due to poor weather conditions
10 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 6:37:07 Peru Juan Carlos Uribe (Can-Am) 7:46:37 Spain Jose Luis Peña (Polaris) 8:09:07
11 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 6:02:44 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 6:06:23 Argentina Leo Larrauri (Can-Am) 6:13:54
12 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 9:27:12 France Claude Fournier (Polaris) 9:38:54 Spain Jose Luis Peña (Polaris) 9:45:27
13 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 6:29:40 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 6:39:39 France Claude Fournier (Polaris) 7:33:17
14 Argentina Leo Larrauri (Can-Am) 1:45:55 Brazil Reinaldo Varela (Can-Am) 1:53:59 France Patrice Garrouste (Polaris) 1:58:08

Final standings[edit]

Cars[edit]

Pos No. Rider Brand Team Time
1 303 Spain Carlos Sainz Peugeot Team Peugeot Total 49:16:18
2 301 Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah Toyota Toyota Gazoo Racing SA +0:43:40
3 304 South Africa Giniel de Villiers Toyota Toyota Gazoo Racing SA +1:16:41
4 300 France Stéphane Peterhansel Peugeot Team Peugeot Total +1:25:29
5 312 Poland Jakub Przygoński Mini Orlen Team/X-Raid +2:45:24
6 319 United Arab Emirates Khalid Al Qassimi Peugeot PH-Sport +4:20:58
7 311 Czech Republic Martin Prokop Ford MP-Sports +7:20:49
8 334 Netherlands Peter van Merksteijn Toyota Overdrive Toyota +7:41:28
9 331 Argentina Sebastián Halpern Toyota South Racing +9:08:10
10 318 Argentina Lucio Álvarez Toyota Overdrive Toyota +9:18:46

Bikes[edit]

Pos No. Rider Brand Team Time
1 2 Austria Matthias Walkner KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Team 43:06:01
2 47 Argentina Kevin Benavides Honda Monster Energy Honda Team +0:16:53
3 8 Australia Toby Price KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Team +0:23:01
4 19 France Antoine Méo KTM Red Bull KTM Factory Team +0:47:28
5 3 Spain Gerard Farrés KTM Himoinsa Racing Team +1:01:04
6 40 France Johnny Aubert Gas Gas Gas Gas Motorsport +1:53:53
7 61 Spain Oriol Mena Hero Hero Motosports Team Rally +2:22:52
8 10 Chile Pablo Quintanilla Husqvarna Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing +2:24:05
9 29 Spain Daniel Oliveras KTM Himoinsa Racing Team +2:37:20
10 68 Chile José Ignacio Cornejo Honda Monster Energy Honda Team +2:42:36

Quads[edit]

Pos No. Rider Brand Team Time
1 241 Chile Ignacio Casale Yamaha Casale Racing 53:47:04
2 249 Argentina Nicolás Cavigliasso Yamaha Team Al Desert +1:38:52
3 246 Argentina Jeremías González Yamaha Consultores de Empresas +2:08:14
4 282 Brazil Marcelo Medeiros Yamaha Taguatur Racing Team +4:30:00
5 248 Peru Alexis Hernández Yamaha Alexis Hernández Racing +4:38:53
6 266 Kazakhstan Dmitriy Shilov Yamaha Astana Motorsports 2017 +6:44:57
7 251 Paraguay Nelson Sanabria Yamaha Sanabria Dakar Team +8:02:56
8 254 Netherlands Kees Koolen Barren Racer Maxxis Super B Dakarteam +8:24:58
9 245 France Axel Dutrie Yamaha Drag'On Rally Team +8:30:22
10 280 Argentina Giuliano Giordana Yamaha Giordana Dakar Team +9:18:25

Trucks[edit]

Pos No. Rider Brand Team Time
1 500 Russia Eduard Nikolaev
Russia Evgeny Yakovlev
Russia Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz Kamaz-Master 54:57:37
2 512 Belarus Siarhei Viazovich
Belarus Pavel Haranin
Belarus Andrei Zhyhulin
MAZ MAZ-Sportauto +3:57:17
3 507 Russia Airat Mardeev
Russia Aydar Belyaev
Russia Dmitriy Svistunov
Kamaz Kamaz-Master +5:22:34
4 508 Kazakhstan Artur Ardavichus
Belgium Serge Bruynkens
Netherlands Michel Huisman
Iveco Astana Motorsport Team de Rooy Iveco +6:38:22
5 510 Czech Republic Martin Macík jr
Czech Republic František Tomášek
Czech Republic Michal Mrkva
Liaz Big Shock Racing +7:58:45
6 511 Japan Teruhito Sugawara
Japan Mitsugu Takahashi
Hino Hino Team Sugawara +8:10:16
7 517 Netherlands Gert Huzink
Netherlands Rob Buursen
Netherlands Martin Roesink
Renault Riwald Dakar Team +9:19:23
8 509 Netherlands Ton van Genugten
Netherlands Bernard der Kinderen
Belgium Peter Willemsen
Iveco Petronas Team de Rooy Iveco +9:24:54
9 516 Netherlands Maurik van den Heuvel
Netherlands Wilko van Oort
Netherlands Martin van Rooij
Scania Dakarspeed +9:55:05
10 502 Russia Dmitry Sotnikov
Russia Ruslan Akhmadeev
Russia Ilnur Mustafin
Kamaz Kamaz-Master +10:03:47

UTVs[edit]

Pos No. Rider Brand Team Time
1 356 Brazil Reinaldo Varela Can-Am South Racing – Can-Am 72:44:06
2 361 France Patrice Garrouste Polaris Xtremeplus Polaris Factory Team +0:57:37
3 387 France Claude Fournier Polaris Xtremeplus Polaris Factory Team +10:09:25
4 396 Spain Jose Luis Peña Polaris Xtremeplus Polaris Factory Team +10:13:20
5 351 Italy Camélia Liparoti Yamaha C.A.T Racing +27:54:15
6 362 Argentina Leo Larrauri Can-Am South Racing – Can-Am +132:20:12

Entry lists[edit]

Bikes[edit]

Entry list — Bikes
Brand No. Driver
KTM 1 Sam Sunderland  United Kingdom
KTM 2 Matthias Walkner  Austria
KTM 3 Gerard Farrés Guell  Spain
Yamaha 4 Adrien van Beveren  France
Honda 5 Joan Barreda  Spain
Yamaha 7 Franco Caimi  Argentina
KTM 8 Toby Price  Australia
KTM 9 Štefan Svitko  Slovakia
Husqvarna 10 Pablo Quintanilla  Chile
KTM 11 Juan Carlos Salvatierra  Bolivia
Sherco 12 Juan Pedrero García  Spain
Honda 14 Michael Metge  France
KTM 15 Laia Sanz  Spain
KTM 16 Olivier Pain  France
KTM 17 Armand Monleón  Spain
Yamaha 18 Alessandro Botturi  Italy
KTM 19 Antoine Meo  France
Honda 20 Ricky Brabec  United States
Husqvarna 22 Ondřej Klymčiw  Czech Republic
Yamaha 23 Xavier De Soultrait  France
Sherco 24 Adrien Metge  France
KTM 25 Iván Cervantes  Spain
Hero Speed brain 26 Joaquim Rodrigues  Portugal
Honda 27 Diego Duplessis  Argentina
KTM 28 Emanuel Gyenes  Romania
KTM 29 Daniel Oliveras Carreras  Spain
Gas Gas 31 Cristian España Muñoz  Andorra
Husqvarna 32 Txomin Arana  Spain
Husqvarna 33 Daniel Nosiglia Jager  Bolivia
KTM 34 Marc Sola Terradellas  Spain
KTM 35 Loic Minaudier  France
Kawasaki 36 Patricio Cabrera  Chile
KTM 37 Milan Engel  Czech Republic
KTM 38 Fabricio Fuentes  Bolivia
KTM 39 Benjamin Melot  France
Gas Gas 40 Johnny Aubert  France
KTM 41 Alessandro Ruoso  Italy
Husqvarna 42 Maurizio Gerini  Italy
KTM 43 David Pabíška  Czech Republic
Yamaha 44 Rodney Faggotter  Australia
Husqvarna 45 David Thomas  South Africa
Yamaha 46 Mauricio Javier Gomez  Argentina
Honda 47 Kevin Benavides  Argentina
KTM 48 Jurgen van den Goorbergh  Netherlands
Hero Speed brain 49 Santosh Chunchunguppe Shivashankar  India
Husqvarna 50 Mirjam Pol  Netherlands
KTM 51 Hans-Jos Liefhebber  Netherlands
Husqvarna 52 Jacopo Cerruti  Italy
Sherco 53 Arvind Prabhakar  India
Husqvarna 54 Andrew Short  United States
Husqvarna 55 Walter Nosiglia Jager  Bolivia
KTM 56 Fausto Mota  Spain
KTM 57 Philippe Cavelius  France
KTM 58 Maciej Giemza  Poland
KTM 59 Willem Du Toit  South Africa
Gas Gas 60 Jonathan Barragán  Spain
Hero Speed Brain 61 Oriol Mena  Spain
KTM 62 Pablo Oscar Pascual  Argentina
KTM 63 Adrien Mare  France
Honda 64 Marl Samuels  United States
Yamaha 65 Guillaume Chollet  France
KTM 66 Charles Cuypers  France
Husqvarna 67 Markus Berthold  Austria
KTM 68 José Ignacio Cornejo Florimo  Peru
KTM 69 János Dési  Hungary
Kawasaki 70 Cristóbal Andres Guldman González  Chile
Honda 71 Alberto Santiago Ontiveros  Argentina
KTM 72 Arnold Brucy  France
KTM 73 Rosa Romero Font  Spain
KTM 74 Carlo Vellutino  Peru
KTM 75 Rudolf Lhotsky  Czech Republic
KTM 76 Mohammed Balooshi  United Arab Emirates
KTM 77 Luciano Benavides  Argentina
KTM 78 Pawel Stasiaczek  Poland
Husqvarna 79 Max Hunt  United Kingdom
KTM 80 Laurent Lazard  Uruguay
Yamaha 81 Shinnosuke Kazama  Japan
Husqvarna 82 Petr Vlček  Czech Republic
KTM 83 Jesús Puras  Spain
KTM 84 Patrice Carillon  France
Yamaha 85 Nicolas Billaud  France
Yamaha 86 Julian Jose Garcia Merino  Spain
KTM 87 Stephane Gourlia  France
KTM 88 Jan Veselý  Czech Republic
KTM 89 Gabor Saghmeiseter  Serbia
Husqvarna 90 Gabriela Novotná  Czech Republic
Husqvarna 91 Jan Brabec  Czech Republic
KTM 92 Jakub Piątek  Poland
KTM 93 Maciej Berdysz  Poland
KTM 94 José Israel Borrell Gonzalez  Spain
KTM 95 Juan Rojo  Argentina
KTM 96 Nicolas Brabeck-Letmathe  Austria
KTM 97 Scott Britnell  Australia
KTM 98 Balys Bardauskas  Lithuania
KTM 99 Wessel Bosman  Lesotho
KTM 100 Lyndon Poskitt  United Kingdom
Honda 101 Francisco Jose Gomez Pallas  Spain
KTM 102 Ignacio Sanchis  Spain
KTM 103 Shane Esposito  United States
KTM 104 Jürgen Drössiger  Germany
Husqvarna 105 Bill Conger  United States
KTM 106 Simon Marcic  Slovenia
KTM 107 Ferran Jubany  Spain
Husqvarna 108 Fausto Vignola  Italy
KTM 109 Danny Robert Nogales Copa  Bolivia
KTM 110 Alberto Bertoldi  Italy
KTM 111 Santiago Bernal  Colombia
KTM 112 Stephane Bouvier  France
KTM 113 Sebastian Alberto Urquia  Argentina
KTM 114 Leandro Bertona Altieri  Argentina
Husqvarna 115 Jack Lundin  Canada
KTM 116 Zao Hongyi  China
KTM 117 Zhang Ming  China
KTM 118 Luc van de Huijgevoort  Netherlands
KTM 119 Oswaldo Burga  Peru
Yamaha 120 Jeroen Ramon  Belgium
KTM 121 Edwin Straver  Netherlands
KTM 123 Sebastian Cavallero  Peru
Honda 124 Jeri Corno  Peru
KTM 125 Donovan van de Langenberg  South Africa
KTM 127 Fernando Hernandez  Argentina
KTM 128 Maikel Smits  Netherlands
KTM 129 Gerry van der Byl  South Africa
KTM 130 Jairo Segarra Almagro  Spain
Husqvarna 131 Jhon Trejos  Colombia
Suzuki 132 Roberto Vecco  Peru
Yamaha 133 Elric Lambert  France
KTM 134 Gabriele Minelli  Italy
Alfer 135 Oscar Romero Montoya  Spain
Yamaha 137 Oliver Hembert  France
KTM 138 Romain Leloup  France
KTM 139 Lajos Horvath  Hungary[24]
KTM 141 Livio Metelli  Italy
Yamaha 142 Takayuki Momma  Japan
KTM 143 Álvaro Cóppola  Uruguay
KTM 144 Arturo Chirinos  Peru
KTM 146 Bruno Raymond  France
KTM 155 Guillaume Martens  Netherlands
KTM 167 Bruno Scheurer  France

Quads[edit]

Entry list — Quads
Brand No. Driver
Yamaha 240 Sergey Karyakin  Russia
Yamaha 241 Ignacio Casale  Chile
Yamaha 242 Pablo Copetti  Argentina
Yamaha 243 Rafał Sonik  Poland
Yamaha 245 Axel Dutrie  France
Yamaha 246 Jeremías González Ferioli  Argentina
Yamaha 247 Josef Macháček  Czech Republic
Yamaha 248 Alexis Hernández  Peru
Yamaha 249 Nicolás Cavigilasso  Argentina
Yamaha 251 Nelson Augusto Sanabria Galeano  Paraguay
Barren Racer 254 Kees Koolen  Netherlands
Yamaha 255 Gustavo Gallego  Argentina
Honda 256 Walter Nosiglia  Bolivia
Can-Am 257 Kamil Wiśniewski  Poland
Honda 258 Daniel Domaszewski  Argentina
Yamaha 259 Sébastien Souday  France
Yamaha 260 Alexandre Giroud  France
Yamaha 261 Zdeněk Tuma  Czech Republic
Yamaha 262 Bruno da Costa  France
Yamaha 263 Carlos Alejandro Verza  Argentina
IBOS 264 Tomáš Kubiena  Czech Republic
Yamaha 265 Maxim Antimirov  Kazakhstan
Yamaha 266 Dmitriy Shilov  Kazakhstan
Can-Am 268 Jan Bastiaan Nijen Twilhaar  Netherlands
Yamaha 269 Simon Vitse  France
Yamaha 270 Frédéric Alard  France
Can-Am 271 Daniel Mazzucco  Argentina
Yamaha 272 Juan Carlos Carignani  Germany
Yamaha 273 Manuel Andújar  Argentina
Can-Am 274 Pablo Luis Bustamante  Argentina
Yamaha 275 Mariano Bennazar  Argentina
Can-Am 276 Alejandro Fantoni  Argentina
Yamaha 277 Olga Roučková  Czech Republic
Yamaha 278 Giovanni Enrico  Chile
Can-Am 279 Christian Massey  Costa Rica
Yamaha 280 Giuliano Horacio Giordana  Argentina
Yamaha 282 Marcelo Medeiros  Brazil
Can-Am 283 Rómulo Airaldi  Peru
Yamaha 284 Gastón González  Argentina
Yamaha 285 Carlos Joffre  Argentina
Yamaha 286 Christian Jose Málaga Carpio  Peru
Can-Am 287 Cristian Cajicá Pinto  Colombia
Can-Am 288 Marcos López  Argentina
Can-Am 289 Leonardo Martínez  Bolivia
Can-Am 290 Suany Martínez  Bolivia
Can-Am 291 Pablo Luis Novara  Argentina
Honda 292 Hernán Paredes  Bolivia
Can-Am 293 Nicolás Robledo Serna  Colombia
Can-Am 294 Martin Sarquiz  Argentina

Cars[edit]

Entry list — Cars
Brand No. Driver Co-driver
Peugeot 300 Stéphane Peterhansel  France Jean Paul Cottret  France
Toyota 301 Nasser Al-Attiyah  Qatar Matthieu Baumel  France
Mini All4 Racing 302 Nani Roma  Spain Alex Haro Bravo  Spain
Peugeot 303 Carlos Sainz  Spain Lucas Cruz  Spain
Toyota 304 Giniel de Villiers  South Africa Dirk von Zitzewitz  Germany
Mini All4 Racing 305 Mikko Hirvonen  Finland Andreas Schulz  Germany
Peugeot 306 Sébastien Loeb  France Daniel Elena  Monaco
Mini All4 Racing 307 Orlando Terranova  Argentina Bernardo Graue  Argentina
Peugeot 308 Cyril Despres  France David Castera  France
Toyota 309 Bernhard ten Brinke  Netherlands Michel Perin  France
Mini All4 Racing 310 Bryce Menzies  United States Peter Mortensen  United States
Ford 311 Martin Prokop  Czech Republic Jan Tománek  Czech Republic
Mini All4 Racing 312 Jakub Przygoński  Poland Tom Colsoul  Belgium
Borgward 313 Nicolás Fuchs  Peru Fernando Adrian Mussano  Argentina
Mini All4 Racing 314 Yazeed Al-Rajhi  Saudi Arabia Timo Gottschalk  Germany
Renault 315 Carlos Sousa  Portugal Pascal Maimon  France
Toyota 316 Ronan Chabot  France Gilles Pillot  France
Mini All4 Racing 317 Boris Garafulic  Chile Filipe Palmeiro  Portugal
Toyota 318 Lucio Álvarez  Argentina Robert Howie  South Africa
Peugeot 319 Khalid Al Qassimi  United Arab Emirates Xavier Panseri  France
Buggy 320 Éric Bernard  France Alexandre Vigneau  France
Toyota 321 Antanas Juknevičius  Lithuania Darius Vaičiulis  Lithuania
Renault 322 Emiliano Spataro  Argentina Santiago Hansen  Argentina
Toyota 323 Benediktas Vanagas  Lithuania Sebastian Rozwadowski  Poland
Toyota 324 Yong Zhou  China Stephane Prevot  Belgium
Toyota 326 Alejandro Miguel Yacopini  Argentina Marco Scopinaro  Argentina
Ford 327 Marco Bulacia  Bolivia Eugenio Arrieta  Argentina
Toyota 328 Christian Lavieille  France Jean-Pierre Garcin  France
Buggy 329 Patrick Sireyjol  France François Xavier Beguin  Belgium
Toyota 330 Jérôme Pelichet  France Eugénie Decré   Switzerland
Toyota 331 Sebastián Halpern  Argentina Edu Pulenta  Argentina
Mercedes-Benz 332 Juan Silva  Argentina Andres Young Olivari  Peru
Toyota 333 Maik Willems  Netherlands Robert van Pelt  Netherlands
Toyota 334 Peter van Merksteijn  Netherlands Maciej Marton  Poland
Ford 335 Eugenio Amos  Italy Sébastien Delaunay  France
Springbok MD 336 Isidre Esteve Pujol  Spain Txema Villalobos  Spain
Toyota 337 Akira Miura  Japan Laurent Lichtleuchter  France
Toyota 338 Xavier Foj  Spain Ignacio Santamaría  Argentina
Toyota 339 Sergei Shikhotarov  Russia Andrei Samarin  Russia
Ford 340 Tomáš Ourednicek  Czech Republic David Kripal  Czech Republic
Toyota 341 He Zhitao  China Kai Zhao  China
Buggy 342 Philippe Bourton  France Mayeul Barbet  France
Toyota 343 Jürgen Schröder  Germany Maximilian Schröder  Germany
Rastrojero 344 Jose Antonio Blangino  Argentina Fernando Matias Acosta  Argentina
Buggy 345 Roger Audas  France Reynald Prive  France
Toyota 346 André Villas-Boas  Portugal Ruben Faria  Portugal
Chevrolet 347 Tim Coronel  Netherlands Tom Coronel  Netherlands
Volvo 348 Ebert Dollevoet  Netherlands Arjan Arendse  Netherlands
Toyota 349 Vaidotas Žala  Lithuania Saulius Jurgelenas  Lithuania
Mitsubishi 350 Jorge Wagenführ  Brazil Idali Bosse Rodrigues da Silva Filho  Brazil
Mitsubishi 352 Francisco León  Peru Tomás Hirahoka  Peru
Volkswagen 353 Hennie de Klerk  South Africa Gerhard Schutte  South Africa
Mitsubishi 354 Cristina Gutiérrez Herrero  Spain Gabriel Moiset Ferrer  Spain
SsangYong 355 Oscar Fuertes Aldanondo  Spain Diego Vallejo  Spain
Chevrolet 357 Sebastián Guayasamín  Ecuador Mauro Esteban Lípez  Argentina
Volkswagen 358 Fernando Ferrand Malatesta  Peru Fernando Ferrand del Busto  Peru
BMW 360 Yves Tartarin  France Jérome Meunier  France
Toyota 363 Mauricio Salazar Velásquez  Colombia Mauricio Salazar Sierra  Colombia
Toyota 364 Miguel Angel Álvarez Pineda  Peru Ricardo Mendiola  Peru
Borgward 365 Erik Wevers  Netherlands Anton van Limpt  Netherlands
Mercedes-Benz 366 Martin Maldonado  Argentina Sebastian Scholz Vergnolle  Argentina
Opel 367 Balázs Szalay  Hungary László Bunkoczi  Hungary
Toyota 368 Rainer Wissmanns  Germany Cyril Jeanniard  France
Toyota 369 Eelco Bekker  Netherlands Sijbrand Booij  Netherlands
Toyota 371 Omar Eliseo Gandará  Argentina Leonardo Martínez  Argentina
Ford 372 Boris Vaculík  Czech Republic Martin Plechatý  Czech Republic
Toyota 373 Alicia Reina  Argentina Carlos Dante Pelayo  Argentina
Toyota 377 Pierre Tuheil  France Frédéric Tuheil  France
Springbok MD 379 Gerard Tramoni  France Dominque Totain  France
Buggy 380 Francis Balocchi  France Franck Maldonado  France
Toyota 381 Roberto Naivirt  Argentina Alejandro Julio Schilling  Argentina
Toyota 382 Igor Shikhotarov  Russia Oleg Uperenko  Latvia
Toyota 383 Juan Carlos Vallejo  Chile Leonardo Baronio  Peru
Nissan 384 Ignacio Villegas  France Jeff Sunderland  United States
QT Services 386 Markus Walcher  Germany Tobias Henschel  Germany
Desert Warrior 389 Henri Vansteenbergen  Netherlands Gert Bravenboer  Netherlands
Toyota 390 Stefano Marrini  Italy Maurizio Nassi  Italy
Jeep 391 Jesus Calleja  Spain Jaume Aregall  Spain
Toyota 392 Fernanda Kanno  Peru Alberto Silva  Peru
Volkswagen 393 Jorge Mansilla  Argentina Sebastian Cesana  Argentina
Nissan 394 Carlos Alberto Villegas Aguero  Argentina Maria del Huerto Mattar Smith  Argentina
Buggy 395 Jad Comair  Lebanon Antonie Iskandar  Lebanon
Isuzu 397 Roberto Recalde  Paraguay Juan Jose Sanchez  Paraguay
Nissan 398 Diego Weber  Peru Juan Jose Ponce Aylwin  Ecuador
Toyota 399 Luciano Pérez Gacha  Bolivia Álvaro Jesus Valdivia Scott  Bolivia
Toyota 400 Philippe Raud  France Patrice Saint Marc  France
Toyota 401 Ricardo Neme Neme  Argentina Ramiro Corvalan  Argentina
Toyota 404 Ramon Nunez  Argentina Sergio David Casas  Argentina
Toyota 405 Rilver Vasquez  Bolivia Juan Pablo Vargas  Bolivia
Toyota 406 Nicolas Falloux  France Florian Gonzalez  France
Toyota 407 Marco Piana  France David Giovannetti  Italy
Toyota 410 Emmanuel Baltes-Mougeot  France Thierry Richard  France

Trucks[edit]

Entry list — Trucks
Brand No. Driver Co-driver Mechanic
Kamaz 500 Eduard Nikolaev  Russia Evgeny Yakovlev  Russia Vladimir Rybakov  Russia
Iveco 501 Federico Villagra  Argentina Adrián Arturo Yacopini  Argentina Ricardo Adrian Torlaschi  Argentina
Kamaz 502 Dmitry Sotnikov  Russia Ruslan Akhmadeev  Russia Ilnur Mustafin  Russia
MAZ 503 Aleksandr Vasilevski  Belarus Dzmitry Vikhrenka  Belarus Anton Zaparoshchanka  Belarus
TATRA 504 Aleš Loprais  Czech Republic Lukáš Janda  Czech Republic Ferran Marco Alcayna  Spain
TATRA 505 Martin Kolomý  Czech Republic Jiří Stross  Czech Republic Rostislav Plný  Czech Republic
Renault Trucks 506 Martín van den Brink  Netherlands Wouter Rosegaar  Netherlands Daniel Kozlowsky  Czech Republic
Kamaz 507 Ayrat Mardeev  Russia Dmitriy Svistunov  Russia Aydar Belyaev  Russia
Iveco 508 Artur Ardavichus  Kazakhstan Serge Bruynkens  Belgium Michel Huisman  Netherlands
Iveco 509 Ton van Genugten  Netherlands Bernard Der Kinderen  Netherlands Peter Willemsen  Belgium
LIAZ 510 Martin Macík  Czech Republic František Tomášek  Czech Republic Michal Mrkva  Czech Republic
HINO 511 Teruhito Sugawara  Japan Mitsugu Takahashi  Japan
MAZ 512 Siarhei Viazovich  Belarus Pavel Haranin  Belarus Andrei Zhyhulin  Belarus
MAN SE 514 Steven Rotsaert  Belgium Charly Gotlib  Belgium Jan van der Vaet  Belgium
Kamaz 515 Anton Shibalov  Russia Dmitrii Nikitin  Russia Ivan Romanov  Russia
Scania AB 516 Maurik van den Heuvel  Netherlands Wilko Van Oort  Netherlands Martijn van Rooij  Netherlands
Renault Trucks 517 Gert Huznik  Netherlands Rob Buursen  Netherlands Martin Roesink  Netherlands
MAZ 518 Aliaksei Vishneuski  Belarus Maksim Novikau  Belarus Andrei Neviarovich  Belarus
MAN SE 519 Jordi Juvanteny  Spain Jose Luis Criado  Spain Francisco Javier Tamayo Calvo  Spain
DAF 520 Michel Boucou  France Jean-Jacques Martínez  France Jose Martins  Portugal
HINO 521 Yoshimasa Sugawara  Japan Katsumi Hamura  Japan
Mercedes-Benz 522 Rafael Tibau Roura  Spain Pep Sabaté  Spain Philipp Beier  Germany
MAN SE 523 Dave Ingels  Belgium Michał Wrzos  Poland Kurt Keysers  Belgium
MAN SE 524 Gerrit Zuurmond  Netherlands Jasper Riezebos  Netherlands Klaas Kwakkel  Netherlands
DAF 525 Richard de Groot  Netherlands Gerardus Beelen  Netherlands Jan Hulsebosch  Netherlands
GINAF 526 Ed Wigman  Netherlands Hendrik Elisabert Schatorie  Netherlands Joel Ebbers  Netherlands
DAF 527 Marc Leeuw  Netherlands Maurice Geraards  Netherlands Lambertus Gloudemans  Netherlands
DAF 528 Aviv Kadshai  Israel Izhar Armony  United States Maoz Vilder  Israel
DAF 529 Richard Gonzalez  France Jean-Pierre Normand Courivaud  France Jean-Philippe Salviat  France
MAN SE 530 Matthias Behringer  Germany Stefan Henken  Germany Marco Moreiras  Portugal
Renault Trucks 531 Janus Van Kasteren  Netherlands Wouter de Graaff  Netherlands Rijk Mouw  Netherlands
TATRA 532 Martin Šoltys  Czech Republic Josef Kalina  Czech Republic Tomáš Šikola  Czech Republic
Unimog 533 Antonio Cabini  Italy Raffaella Cabini  Italy Giulio Verzeletti  Italy
Unimog 534 Paolo Calabria  Italy Giuseppe Fortuna  Italy
Mercedes-Benz 535 Nicola Montecchio  Italy Loris Calubini  Italy Carlo Cabini  Italy
MAN SE 536 Michel Saumet  France Xavier Tancogne  France Laurent Claude Wermeister  France
Mercedes-Benz 537 Sylvain Besnard  France Sylvain Laliche  France Dave Berghmans  Belgium
MAN SE 539 Ramzi Osmani  Oman Samir Benbekhti  Oman Ahmed Benbekhti  Oman
MAN SE 540 Robert Randýsek  Czech Republic Petr Pokora  Czech Republic David Schovánek  Czech Republic
TATRA 541 Pavel Vrňák  Czech Republic Petr Lesák  Czech Republic Filip Škrobánek  Czech Republic
MAN SE 542 John Cockburn  United Kingdom Pierre Calmon  France Fabien Catherine  France
MAN SE 543 Serge Lacourt  France Pascal Bonnaire  France Thierry Pacquelet  France
MAN SE 544 Jordi Ginesta  Andorra Christophe Allot  France Marc Dardaillon  France
Mercedes-Benz 545 Alberto Herrero  Spain Jordi Celma Obiols  Spain Paulo Fiuza  Portugal

UTVs[edit]

Entry list — UTVs
Brand No. Driver Co-driver
Yamaha 351 Camelia Liparoti  Italy Angelo Montico  Italy
Can-Am 356 Reinaldo Varela  Brazil Gustavo Gugelmin  Brazil
Can-Am 359 Juan Carlos Uribe Ramos  Peru Javier Eduardo Uribe Godoy  Peru
Polaris 361 Patrice Garrouste  France Steven Griener   Switzerland
Can-Am 362 Leo Larrauri  Argentina Fernando Imperatrice  Argentina
Yamaha 370 Pedro de Mello Breyner  Portugal Pedro Velosa  Portugal
Yamaha 375 José Nicolás González  Spain Ariel Jatón  Argentina
Polaris 378 José Jorge de Barros Sawaya  Brazil Marcelo Duarte Haseyama  Brazil
Polaris 387 Claude Fournier  France Szymon Gospodarczyk  Poland
Polaris 388 Anibal Aliaga  Peru Juan Pedro Cilloniz Duclos  Peru
Polaris 396 José Luis Peña Campo  Spain Rafael Tornabell Cordoba  Spain

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