Trenker Top Moto Rankings on Desert Challenge

DHL TT Racing German Moto rider Tim Trenker finish the 2004 UAE Desert Challenge on Top Moto rankings, after achieves his best ever rally - raid result to finish on top five, with many other achievements. Trenker leads Marathon catregory, with first German rider on 2004 UAE Desert Challenge. Also the DHL TT Racing rider gets top UAE based riders.

Trenker start his Moto career on 1993 on Pharaons rally in Egypt, with more rallies he did in Egypt on Pharaons on 1994, Baja Red Sea on 1995, Desert Cannonball on 1996, before made his debut on UAE Desert Challenge on 1996 with Honda XR 600R, second attempt was on 1997 on KTM, then back to Egypt on 2001, achieves his best ever result when finish the event on third position on Marathon Category on BMW F650, made his third attempt on UAE Desert Challenge on 2001 with BMW, before switch to KTM 525 EXC on 2002. On 2003 Trenker celebrate his tenth year on rally - raid on UAE Desert Challenge, finish three stages on top ten, made his best finish on last day when finish the stage on seventh position.

Now after one year Trenker back to action with highly hopes to do the best for him and his sponsors, achieves a great result to finish the event on fifth position create history with many achievements, first Marathon, first German rider and first UAE based rider.

Tim Trenker shows his talented performance during the stages, sometimes gets over many world class riders, also many big experienced riders.

"I am very happy with result I achieved here, that lets me looking forward for more good results on other events, very hard competition on Desert Challenge, I caught top three riders several times during the stages" Tim Trenker talks after podium celebration on UAE Desert Challenge.

Tim Trenker, TT Racing rider sponsored by number one courier service company DHL, with co-sponsored by Mobil, MGMotorsports.

Spaniard Isidre Esteve Pujol won the event, which is second for him this season after Morocco, he finish eight minutes ahead of Polish rider Marek Dabrowski. Norwegian Pal Andres Ullevalseter finish third to get the 2004 cross country title.

On Cars, Japanese Hirsohi Masouka on Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution II clinch rally title ahead of Belgium Gregoire De Mevius on Nissan Pick Up, with UAE driver Khalifa Al-Mutaiwei third on BMW X5 RR, who clinch the 2004 cross country title.