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De Villiers and von Zitzewitz well placed and prepared for week two

De Villiers and von Zitzewitz well placed and prepared for week two

The Imperial Toyota drivers and team had a welcome day off on after 8 stages of the Dakar. There was rest, relaxation, but also preparation for week two of the Dakar.

Sun 13 Jan 2013
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Toytoa driver de Villiers has setback in stage 3

Toytoa driver de Villiers has setback in stage 3

The Dakar bites back! Vos and Howie are forced to retire with damaged roll cage. De Villiers and Von Zitzewitz lose 30 minutes and drop to fifth overall

Al-Attiyah, Lopez ride dunes to stage three victoriesHeadline

Al-Attiyah, Lopez ride dunes to stage three victories

Olympic Gold medal winner Nasser Al-Attiyah took the Car victory on the third say of Dakar 2013. Local hero Francisco Lopez now has two stage wins in the Bike classification. Triple winner now in Trucks, and Patronelli holds Quad lead.

Mon 07 Jan 2013
Toyota driver de Villiers pleased with performance in stage 2

Toyota driver de Villiers pleased with performance in stage 2

De Villiers and Von Zitzewitz second on stage two of Dakar rally and second overall after the Pisco loop on the first real test of the sand dunes.

Sun 06 Jan 2013
Sainz grabs stage 1 win to take early Dakar leadHeadline

Sainz grabs stage 1 win to take early Dakar lead

449 racing machines were scheduled to start in this year’s edition of the Dakar! The route for the opening stage in Peru was an easy one taking them from Lima to Pisco.

Thu 03 Jan 2013
Class titles are wide open for Dakar 2013Headline

Class titles are wide open for Dakar 2013

Team-by-team preview for the Pan-American challenge in Peru, Argentina and Chile. While the location has changed over the years, the 35th edition will continue the tradition of being extremely demanding on the drivers and their equipment.