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    Dakar 2019

    Next year only in Peru.


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    What happened to the other countries that have been involved?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uh_clem View Post
    What happened to the other countries that have been involved?
    No money!

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    Robby Gordon is back!

    Mini will feature Stéphane Peterhansel, Carlos Sainz, Cyril Despres, Nani Roma, Jakub Przygonski, Yazeed Al-Rajhi, Orlando Terranova, and Boris Garafulic.

    Toyota will feature Nasser Al-Attiyah, Giniel de Villiers, and Bernard Ten Brinke.

    Last but not least, Sébastien Loeb will drive a privateer Peugeot.

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    2019 Dakar Rally - results after stage 4:

    Cars:

    1. Nasser Al-Attiyah (Toyota), 12:12'
    2. Stéphane Peterhansel (Mini) + 8'
    3. Nani Roma (Mini) + 20'
    4. Jakub Przygonski (Mini) + 22'
    5. Yazeed Al-Rajhi (Mini) + 24'
    6. Sébastien Loeb (Peugeot) + 50'
    7. Cyril Despres (Mini) + 50'
    8. Aron Domzala (Toyota) + 1:28'
    9. Boris Garafulic (Mini)
    10. Harry Hunt (Peugeot)
    11. Martin Prokop (Ford)
    12. Benediktas Vanagas (Toyota)

    Nicolás Fuchs is 18th, Bernard Ten Brinke is 19th, Carlos Sainz is 23rd, Giniel de Villiers is 29th, Pato Silva is 34th.

    Robby Gordon and Orlando Terranova have retired.

    - o -

    Motorcycles

    1. Ricky Brabec (Honda), 12:33'
    2. Pablo Quintanilla (Husqvarna) + 2'
    3. Toby Price (KTM) + 4'
    4. Sam Sunderland (KTM) + 7'
    5. Adrien van Beveren (Yamaha) + 8'
    6. Kevin Benavides (Honda) + 9'
    7. Matthias Walkner (KTM) + 9'
    8. Paulo Goncalves (Honda) + 20'
    9. Xavier de Soultrait (Yamaha) + 22'
    10. Stefan Svitko (KTM) + 28'
    11. Andrew Short (Husqvarna) + 30'
    12. Oriol Mena (Hero Speedbrain) + 35'

    Luciano Benavides is 14th, Adrien Metge is 16th, José Ignacio Cornejo is 15th, Laia Sanz is 20th, Mario Patrão is 21st, Michael Metge is 26th.

    Joan Barreda Bort and Rodney Faggotter have retired.

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