January 5th- 17th 2020 100% Saudi Arabia

Robby Gordon is not scheduled to compete.

Saudi Arabia is +8 hours on Eastern Time / +11 on the West Coast.

January 5th-10th, the Rally Raid starts in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and races North East before racing to South Eastern city of Riyadh.

January 11th, Rest Day Riyadh

January 12th-17th, the Rally Raid continues from Riyadh through the South Eastern area of Saudi Arabia before heading to West, finishing in Qiddiya.

https://www.dakar.com/en/
http://www.trackingdakar.nl/

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@Charlie, someone at Red Bull forgot you have to be 18. Seth is not racing.I posted some new stuff yesterday on pg1 and 2.

Oh man - bummer. And what a F&*@ up by Red Bull. Thanks Mike...

https://www.facebook.com/Tom.Coronel/videos/2569096626473017/
the team that crashed themselves where Martin Prokop's water carriers #339 Martin Kolomy/ Jiri Stross, both where transported to the hospital. Kolomy appeared to have a neck injury by the FB photo posted by Martin Prokop.

And for those of us following DAKAR, we have suspected hacky panky by selected French teams in particular,
https://www.autosport.com/dakar/news/147768/dakar-cracks-down-on-po...

Anybody have the time correction? what time EST will the cars start?

Saudi Arabia is +8 hours on Eastern Time / +11 on the West Coast.
Start times have not been posted yet. Tomorrow probably for stage 1

Thanks Mike

Here is a link to the cars on stage
https://www.facebook.com/104027932989856/videos/1524541334352097/?n...¬if_t=live_video&ref=notif

Good morning,
also live at https://www.dakar.com/en/

I would have to say, odd choice of musical acts for intro intermissions

January 4 th 2020 - 13:16 [GMT + 3]
342 vehicles have been cleared to start the 42nd edition of the Dakar after three days of technical and administrative scrutineering at King Abdullah Stadium: 114 motorbikes, 23 quads, 83 cars, 45 SSVs and 46 trucks. French competitors make up the largest national contingent with 109 riders, drivers and co-drivers, followed by Spain (75) and the Netherlands (50). Among them, 13 women will put on their helmets for the inaugural stage to Al Wajh. A total of 68 nationalities are represented, including support crews.

here we go for start times - times are local - GMT+3

07:20 bikes 11:20et/ 8:20pt
08:34 lawnmowers
09:20 cars 1:20et/ 10:20pt
10:49 sxss
11:50 trucks
https://www.dakar.com/en/stage-1/bike

****Supercross****

FIrst race of the season -tonight Anaheim 1 6:30pt
https://live.amasupercross.com/

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