January 3rd- 15th 2021 100% Saudi Arabia
Robby Gordon is not scheduled to compete.
Saudi Arabia is +8 hours on Eastern Time / +11 on the West Coast.
January 3rd-8th, the Rally Raid starts in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and races South than East before racing to North to the city of Ha'il.
January 9th, Rest Day Ha'il
January 10th-15th, the Rally Raid continues from Ha'il through the North Eastern area of Saudi Arabia before heading to West, than South along the Red Sea, finishing in Jeddah.
LIGHTWEIGHT VEHICLE 12:36
Thanks for the graphics. Boy so far those dunes have been something else! No dunes this time I see but we will see what havoc that sand causes.
Good job by Skyler Howes! I can't imagine running the Dakar as a privateer.
I see you are still "talking to yourself" Mike! We need a couple more people to add their 2 cents!
Stage 4 Bikes Barreda wins5:57 over Branch
Ricky Brabec 18th 12:53 back
Skyler Howes 20th 13:13 back
Toby Price 22nd 14:42
Nasser wins third in a row
Peterhansel 2nd 11 secs back
Rookie Lategan 3rd 1:30 back
Loeb 4th 2:36 back
Sainz 5th 2:56 back
stage 4 bikes
13:22 Barreda scores a brace!
Joan Barreda has taken his second stage win this year. The HRC biker started in 30th place, seized the lead at the first time check and never looked back. Ross Branch came in six minutes down on Barreda and a few seconds ahead of rookie Daniel Sanders and Luciano Benavides's Husqvarna.
sorry about the sound
stage 4 cars
15:06 Al-Attiyah makes it three!
Nasser Al-Attiyah has got it in the bag! The Qatari fended off his rivals to take his third stage win in a row. Despite three stage wins (and the prologue), he now trails Stéphane Peterhansel by just under five minutes in the general classification.