RALLY DAKAR 2018 SO FAR...

Published by RISER at 12 gennaio 2018 in Articoli

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Yesterday after starting in Arequipa and covering 447km along the banks of lake Titicaca, the drivers completed the 6th stage of the race in La Paz, Bolivias capital. KTM’s Matthias Walkner came is on the 3rd place in the general ranking – Congratulations!

Matthias walkner no2 red bull ktm factory racing dakar2018 226 photosdakarcom

Today they have a well deserved Rest day in La Paz before the race continues in high altitudes between 3.700m and 3.900m above sea level.

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Tomorrow, the race continues with stage 7 from La Paz to Uyuni, close to the famous Salt Flats.
Find some amazing photos and a table of the general results and results per stage for the bike race below.

RESULTS

General ranking after 6

STAGE 6

Ranking stage 6

STAGE 5

Ranking stage 5

STAGE 4

Ranking stage 4

STAGE 3

Ranking stage 3

STAGE 2

Ranking stage 2

STAGE 1

Ranking stage 1

PHOTOS


Matthias walkner red bull ktm factory racing dakar2018 016 photosdakarcom small Matthias walkner no2 red bull ktm factory racing dakar2018 226 photosdakarcom small 20180111dak0081 etappe6 dppi small 20180111dak0060 etappe6 florent gooden dppi small 20180111dak0056 etappe6 ericvargiolu dppi small 20180111dak0042 etappe6 eric vargiolu dppi small 20180110dak0007 etappe5 francois flamand dppi small 20180109dak0003 etappe4 florent gooden dppi small 20180108dak0103 etappe3 eric vargiolu dppi small 20180108dak0027 etappe3 florent gooden dppi small 20180107dak2048 etappe2 aso world a vialatte small 20180107dak2047 etappe2 aso world a vialatte small 20180107dak0056 etappe2 eric vargiolu dppi small 20180106dak0016 etappe1 florent gooden dppi small
Copyrights: 1. photosdakar.com, 2. photosdakar.com, 3. DPPI, 4. Florent Gooden DPPI, 5. Eric Varigiolu / DPPI, 6. Eric Varigiolu / DPPI, 7. Francois Flamand / DPPI, 8. Florent Gooden / DPPI, 9. Eric Varigiolu / DPPI, 10. Florent Gooden / DPPI, 11. ASO / @World / A.Vialatte 12. ASO / @World / A.Vialatte 13. Eric Varigiolu / DPPI, 14. lorent Gooden / DPPI

RESULTS


General ranking after 6 small Ranking stage 6 small Ranking stage 5 small Ranking stage 4 small Ranking stage 3 small Ranking stage 2 small Ranking stage 1 small

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