24/10/11 - 12:14
A mechanical failure during the first stage leaves the Repsol rider out of the fight for the overall victory, but he was able to win two legs.
The countdown for the 2012 Dakar has already started and, in the final phase of the preparations, Marc Coma took part this week in the Morocco Rally. He did not start in the best way as he was out of competition due to a mechanical failure 20 kilometres b...
14/10/11 - 13:29
For the third consecutive time, Camelia Liparoti becomes the FIM Women´s Cross Country Rally World Cup winner on Yamaha. The French-Italian quad rider knows this new title means no rest as she prepares her participation in Dakar 2012 and other surprises.
Camelia Liparoti had a very busy year in 2011, but this didn´t push her away from the Cross Country Rally World Champi...
12/10/11 - 15:27
Helder Rodrigues toasted a fantastic FIM Cross Country Rally World Championship victory on his WR450F thanks to second position in the Pharaoh’s Rally in Egypt last weekend. The Portuguese led the four round series coming into the hot and testing terrain and completed an emphatic 100% podium record for the 2011 campaign to lift his first FIM title.
Rodrigues had finished as runner-up in Abu...
09/10/11 - 14:09
The KTM Repsol rider Marc Coma won half of the stages and achieved at the Pharaohs Rally his third triumph of the year in the World Championship. But the crown went to second-ranked in Egypt, Helder Rodrigues (Red Bull Yamaha).
Coma was able to show one more year his dominion of the Pharaohs Rally, a round he has won for the fifth time (he did it in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010). The Repsol rider w...
21/07/11 - 14:59
The Repsol rider will try to secure in the Monegros Desert his third title in the most prestigious Spanish round of the specialty
Tomorrow Friday, the Motorland Aragón facilities will held the Prologue stage of the XXVIII edition of the Baja Spain-Aragon, the start of the classical Spanish round that on Saturday and Sunday will run through the Monegros Desert. In the bikes category, Marc Coma is...
02/06/11 - 12:22
Marc Coma, 2010 winner, signs a new victory in this 4th edition of Sardinia Rally Race. After five legs and six special stage wins, the Spaniard finishes his performance 4’ 15” 81 above all other competitors. The gap was slightly diminished during this last day of the race (over 6 minutes yesterday) as the Spanish rider took the last two timed sections with calm.
After the beginning of the year,...
01/06/11 - 08:38
While Marc Coma continues to dominate the race its Stephane Peterhansel who continues to astonish. Second on today’s two specials combined, just 1.21’46 behind the Spaniard. “The reflexes are coming back,” explained Stephane. “The navigation is very difficult but then I haven’t looked at a road book for 13 years. However I am really enjoying riding my Yamaha 250, which is perfectly suited to this ...
31/05/11 - 08:57
The second part of the marathon stage saw the competitors race the 260 km between Sa Itria and Arbatax, with no possibility to change tyres before the 100 kilometer mark.And once again the battle raged between Marc Coma and Cyril Despres, with both having just one objective – victory – as Marc did in 2010 and Cyril did in 2009.But the performance of the day came from another Dakar winner, Stephane...
27/05/11 - 15:02
The Repsol rider will look for his fifth victory in a round where he will share prominence with rivals such as Cyril Despres and the historic riders Stéphane Peterhansel and Cyril Neveu The third round of the 2011 Raids World Championship will take place in the next five days in Sardinia, with Marc Coma as one of the main favourites to take victory. The Repsol rider, current win...
12/05/11 - 17:27
WR450F rider Helder Rodrigues is fronting the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship after two rounds thanks to his victory last week at the OiLibya Rally of Tunisia.The Portuguese Dakar stage winner finished second at the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge during April (the opening event of four in the 2011 schedule) but was able to go one better through the North African dunes – six stages and 180...