The chaos continues, with Honda resurgent again in the last day of dune-bashing. This Dakar has proven to be the most interesting since moving to South America.
More tricky navigation through the dunes today, and a serious blow to the KTM factory team, with a rider out for the rest of the event.
Three days in, and KTM is back in charge, as usual, thanks to navigational screw-ups from the competition.
Honda’s riders fared very well in today’s tricky sections, with the bikes starting after the cars, dealing with ruts all day.
It didn’t take long for the competitors to start crashing out; one unlucky rider managed to bin it only three klicks in.
Canadian Shane Scott finishes race aboard a Honda, racing with a team of rookies in the Pro Moto 40 class.
Sequel to 2005 film Dust to Glory will focus on the entire 2016 SCORE campaign, and will be released as part of 50th anniversary celebration this year.
Some Dakar riders make it look easy, other guys show just how much work it takes.
Here’s a look at what we learned from this year’s duel in the desert.
There were no surprises in the last day of Dakar racing; here’s a summary, with analysis coming soon.