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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The last stage could be good with Nasser and Peterhansel separated by only 6 seconds. I'm sure Mini would like a 1-2 overall.

Thanks for all the video links. You rock!

Stage 12, Haradh- Qiddiya. To finish first- first one must finish
all time local GMT+3

Thank you for visiting the Planet, RG will be in action Wednesday for Parker Q, it's simply a test session. King of the Hammers Thursday Feb 6th (is the next scheduled event for the TT)(https://ultra4racing.com/) Please visit http://stadiumsupertrucks.com/ or follow on FB for updated information.
Adelaide, Australia Feb. 20-23. Thank you, Mike

07:25 bikes 11:25et/ 8:25pt
08:12
09:00 cars 1:00et/ 10:00pt
09:51 sxs
09:58 trucks

Thanks for all the updates and links Mike. That time difference makes it hard to follow the Dakar this time around.

Good luck to Ricky Brabec and Casey Currie on the last stage for an American Dakar win. Good luck to Carlos Sainz to keep his lead. He has had his share of bad crashes in the Dakar in the past.
This was just an odd Dakar for me to keep up with. Again, thank you Mike for all your posts.

Thank you Barb. Saudi Arabia was a 5 year deal, we're stuck with this time slot for four more.

The last stage has started
06:25 Eyes on the ball
Coming in at a length of 374 km, the last special is no ticker-tape parade. Although Ricky Brabec can afford to conserve his bike and ride at 80% to claim his first Dakar, it would be foolish for him to let his guard down, knowing that his rivals will come out with all guns blazing with only five minutes separating fourth and seventh place overall. Pablo Quintanilla will be opening the track with an eight-minute margin over Toby Price in the fight for the second step on the podium.

https://gaps.dakar.com/2020/dakar/aso/ukie
http://trackingdakar.com/en/stage-12/bikes/waypoints/

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