Nani Roma, Monster Energy X-raid Team Mini driver, previews the 2013 Dakar. The Spaniard is ready for the demanding contest with the first stage on January 5th in Lima, Peru.
Yuriy Protasov will contest five rounds in the World Rally Championship next year. In a Subaru R4, the Ukraine racer will first take on Rallye Monte Carlo.
KTM, the brand whose factory teams and bikes have sealed eleven consecutive Dakar Rally victories named their U.S. offroad rider Caselli as the substitute for the injured 2012 DAKAR champion.
X-raid team line-up comprises of six MINIs ALL4 Racing and one BMW X3 CC for the Argentina-Chile-Peru challenge. Drivers include past champions: Peterhansel and Roma.
Both drivers will represent the State of Qatar alongside Nasser Al- Attiyah and Mads Østberg as the quartet look to make their mark on the world stage in the M-Sport Ford.
As the clear winner of Dakar 2012, Gerard De Rooy has embraced the challenge of confirming the domination of Iveco trucks. The Dutch team will have to manage the new generation of Kamaz pilots, which still has little experience of major events.
Said Loeb, "I feel big emotion because it’s the end of a beautiful story." For Citroen, it was their eighth WRC manufacturers’ championship
New colours, same desire to win! Citroën Racing and Abu Dhabi unveil new look for 2013. Khalid Al-Qassimi will contest eight events. Nine times champion Sebastien Loeb will return for four events!
Following an accident during the rest day on the Dakar 2011, Guerlain Chicherit lost his place in the X-Raid team, then spent a good year in the racing wilderness. However, a proposition from Philippe Gache could breathe new life into the career of...
Østberg and Andersson as Qatar M-Sport World Rally Team’s nominated point scorers for all 13 rounds of next season’s championship contest.