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.

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Alson demonstrating how Nelson Piquet threw the race in Singapore to help him win the F1 WDC.

https://wtf1.com/post/watch-alonso-tumble-down-a-sand-dune-in-the-d...

It's pretty exciting to see Americans leading in 2 different categories. I'd still love to see Robby back there, but glad he's having so much success in ventures that (hopefully) pay.

I also like to see Curry winning over the Redbull team. Looks like the Redbulls may be faster but don't have the experience and reliability.

Hi Mike and other Dakar followers! Been following on MotorTrendTV. The terrain is very interesting.

Stage 11, Shubayah- Haradh.
all time local GMT+3

06:25 Bikes 10:25et/ 7:25pt
07:15
08:00 Cars 12:00et/ 9:00pt
08:51
09:03

06:41 Barreda under way
It took him until the penultimate stage, but Joan Barreda is now opening the track for the first time since the start of the rally. The Spaniard started three minutes ahead of Ricky Brabec and six ahead of Kevin Benavides.

Good morning, Stage 11

Bikes
Quintanilla
Walkner
l. Benavides
5th Price
8th Short
10th Brabec
21st Skyler

overall
Brabec
Quintanilla -13:56
Price -22:34
9th Skyler
10th Short

11:23 Brabec loses half of his margin
A wary Ricky Brabec conceded almost 12 minutes to stage winner Pablo Quintanilla today. Even though his overall lead has now been halved, it should still be enough going into the closing stage of the Dakar.

Stage 11

Cars
Stephane
Nasser
Sainz

overall
Sainz
Nasser -10:17
Stephane -10:23

13:17 Peterhansel wins by 10 seconds!
Stéphane Peterhansel has just claimed his fourth stage in the 2020 Dakar by just 10 seconds over Nasser Al-Attiyah! The leading duo gained 8 minutes on overall leader Carlos Sainz, who will start the last stage tomorrow with a 10-minute margin.

13:19 6 seconds separate Al-Attiyah and Peterhansel in the general classification
Nasser Al-Attiyah and Stéphane Peterhansel will have good reason to take the gloves off in the final stage of the Dakar. The Qatari, currently sitting in second place overall, holds a wafer-thin margin of 6 seconds over his French long-time rival. Stay tuned

Stage 11

SxS
DOmzala
Puras
Lopez
7th Currie
29th Jones

overall
Currie
Kariakin -45:33
Contardo -57:32
8th Jones

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