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Tomecek finishes third in the Africa Eco race! And no mechanic or navigator in his cabin!

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Tomáš Tomeček and his orange TATRA won an amazing 3rd place in AFRICA ECO RACE 2020!

Desert Master or Captain Solo, Tomáš Tomeček reached the final line of AFRICA ECO RACE 2020 as a third truck bringing yet again an amazing result back home!

The tract to Dakar was again very well planed and offered a differentiated parts of the race. The orange Tatra was loosing a little bit of the horsepower on the straight lines, but the parts of the race where the competitors had to deal with dunes and loose sand were just what Tatra needed to catch up the lost time.

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Once again, many thanks to TOM RACING and the whole team!

You can find all the videos and photos here.

Rally report: http://www.tomastomecek.cz/zprava/tomecek-z-africkeho-dakaru-veze-trofej-za-treti-misto.html

Leaving Prague for the rally: Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NamFVyuqw9k

January 30th, 2020

Dakar 2020

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Partrice Garrouste became the best Tatra driver in this year’s Dakar. T^he Frechman came home 7th.  Profile: https://dakar.fandom.com/wiki/Patrice_Garrouste

Alois Loprais (Praga with Tatra chassis and Iveco engine) ) became 7th,  Martin Soltys (Tatra Buggyra) 11th and Robert Szustkowski (Fez-Fez Tatra) 18th

January 30th, 2020

DAKAR STAGE 1: Loprais (Praga) 7th, Martin Soltys (Buggyra Tatra) 9th, Garousse (Bonver-Tatra) 16th

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POS. DRIVE-TEAM MARK-MODEL TIME VARIATION
1 503 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 07H 29′ 52”
2 501 KAMAZ – MASTER 07H 34′ 12”
+ 00H 04′ 20”
3 511 KAMAZ – MASTER 07H 37′ 04”
+ 00H 07′ 12”
4 516 KAMAZ – MASTER 07H 43′ 34”
+ 00H 13′ 42”
5 504 BIG SHOCK RACING 07H 43′ 58”
+ 00H 14′ 06”
6 500 KAMAZ – MASTER 07H 50′ 35”
+ 00H 20′ 43”
7 502 INSTAFOREX LOPRAIS PRAGA 08H 04′ 39”
+ 00H 34′ 47”
8 505 PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO 08H 11′ 58”
+ 00H 42′ 06”
9 509 TATRA BUGGYRA RACING 08H 16′ 33”
+ 00H 46′ 41”
10 514 RIWALD DAKAR TEAM 08H 28′ 04”
+ 00H 58′ 12”
11 517 PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO 08H 31′ 57”
+ 01H 02′ 05”
12 508 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 08H 38′ 15”
+ 01H 08′ 23”
13 528 MAZ-SPORTAUTO 08H 40′ 53”
+ 01H 11′ 01”
14 512 HINO TEAM SUGAWARA 08H 43′ 43”
+ 01H 13′ 51”
15 521 FESH FESH / R-SIXTEAM 08H 44′ 50”
+ 01H 14′ 58”
16 524 FIREMEN DAKAR TEAM 09H 00′ 17”
+ 01H 30′ 25”
17 525 RAINBOW TRUCK TEAM 09H 09′ 44”
+ 01H 39′ 52”
18 506 MAMMOET RALLYSPORT 09H 10′ 50”
+ 01H 40′ 58”
19 527 FRIED VAN DE LAAR RACING 09H 26′ 54”
+ 01H 57′ 02”
20 533 TEAM DE GROOT 14H 32′ 50”
+ 07H 02′ 58”
21 507
January 6th, 2020

DAKAR 2020 IN SAUDI ARABIA

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LOPRAIS CHANGES FROM TATRA TO PRAGA.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor loprais praga 2020

About the Praga vehicle: https://www.novinky.cz/auto/rallye-dakar/clanek/slavna-vejtraska-ma-nastupce-loprais-s-ni-pojede-dakar-40302824

The name Loprais has long been synonymous with success on the Dakar. Karel Loprais won six titles in the trucks between 1988 and 2001, which makes him the third-most decorated participant in history after Stephane Peterhansel (13) and Vladimir Chagin (7). Karel’s brother Milan later set up the private Loprais Tatra team and encouraged his son Ales to join him in the family business. Having put aside his law studies to focus on his growing passion for rally raid, Ales made his Dakar debut as a navigator for his uncle Karel in 2006. He then enjoyed a superb first outing behind the wheel in 2007, winning Stage 13 and finishing third overall behind Hans Stacey and Ilgizar Mardeev. The 39-year-old has enjoyed mixed fortunes ever since, failing to finish the rally six times, but making it into the top seven on the five occasions that he has gone all the way. Ales’ nine Dakar stage wins demonstrate that he is one of the fastest truck drivers out there, but reliability has often been his Achilles heel on the world’s toughest rally. For this 2020 edition, renowned Czech manufacturers Praga have provided him with a brand-new V4S DKR, an updated version of their famous V3S model. With his usual navigator Ferran Marco Alcayna joining Albert Llovera’s crew this year, Ales has teamed up with Khalid Alkendi of the UAE, with whom he raced the Silk Way Rally in 2017. The Dubai native has completed the Dakar three times in a car with Abdulla Alheraiz and won the 2017 Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge with Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi, and his in-depth knowledge of the region should prove invaluable for the InstaForex Loprais Team in Saudi Arabia. Mechanic Petr Pokora also returns as the private outfit look to give the factory teams a run for their money and improve on an impressive fifth place last time out. Who knows, there could even be a Loprais back on the top step of the Dakar podium for the first time in almost 20 years…

A.L.: “Last year we had a lot of small, everyday issues, particularly with injection troubles in the engine, but in the end we made it. We weren’t able to go exactly as we wanted, we didn’t win any stages, but we still had a couple of very nice days and did a good job finishing fifth. Now we have a new truck based on the Tatra chassis, with a new cab, new engine, new shock absorbers. We’ve developed in areas where we were losing time. We’ve got a new partner, Praga, which is really well-known Czech brand. They were established in 1907, so they’re one of the country’s oldest brands. They’ve mostly been focusing on super sports and aeroplanes, but now they want to enter the truck field again. We’re happy they’ve chosen us as a partner to promote the V4S, the new version of their famous V3S offroad truck. Hopefully we’ll be able to have a nice race and compete against the likes of Kamaz, Maz and Iveco. That’s the spirit of Dakar: privateers matching the factory teams. It’s our destiny! My really great friend Ferran Marco asked if he could have an adventure this year with a friend of his who is paralysed, Albert Llovera. They’re going with Iveco. So we agreed, and I teamed up again with Khalid. He’s a local driver and navigator who knows the terrain and speaks Arabic. We’ve been friends for a while, so it was quite an easy decision. I’m feeling positive about Saudi Arabia. I’ve been to the UAE quite a bit for testing and I know the terrain is similar. But as always, the Dakar is so difficult, and there are so many minor issues that can decide the race. I’m staying positive but keeping my feet on the ground, because the Dakar is the Dakar! We haven’t raced this year,we’ve just been working on the new truck. As a private team it’s a long-term project. With testing and developing we don’t have the time or the technical structure to race as well. It’s a big success to get a completely new truck ready within a year. It’s still a family game, there are many Lopraises in the team! Even my five-year-old son is already visiting the garage, coming in and saying, ‘what the hell is going on here?’ I think we may have a new boss in the family!”

Loprais’ changemeant that just three Tatras will compete in this year’s Dakar. The models are well-known.  There is a Buggyra-Tatra and two Jamal-Tatras from the Bonver team.

The rally has moved from Southern America to Saudia Arabia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2020_Dakar_Rally

TRUCK COMPETITORS

500 NIKOLAEV EDUARD RUS IAKOVLEV EVGENII RUS RYBAKOV VLADIMIR RUS KAMAZ KAMAZ – MASTER
501 SOTNIKOV DMITRY RUS AKHMADEEV RUSLAN RUS AKHMETZIANOV ILGIZ RUS KAMAZ KAMAZ – MASTER
502 LOPRAIS ALES CZE POKORA PETR CZE ALKENDI KHALID ARE PRAGA INSTAFOREX LOPRAIS TEAM
503 VIAZOVICH SIARHEI BLR HARANIN PAVEL BLR ZAPAROSHCHANKA ANTON BLR MAZ MAZ-SPORTAUTO
504 MACIK MARTIN CZE TOMASEK FRANTISEK CZE SVANDA DAVID CZE IVECO BIG SHOCK RACING
505 VAN KASTEREN JANUS NLD VAN HOOF FRANK NLD VAN DEN BOSCH ERWIN NLD IVECO PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO
506 VAN DEN BRINK MARTIN NLD DE GRAAFF WOUTER NLD VAN DEN BRINK MITCHEL NLD RENAULT MAMMOET RALLYSPORT
507 HUZINK GERT NLD BUURSEN ROB NLD ROESINK MARTIN NLD RENAULT RIWALD DAKAR TEAM
508 VASILEVSKI ALEKSANDR BLR VIKHRENKA DZMITRY BLR MURYLEV VITALI BLR MAZ MAZ-SPORTAUTO

Dakar2020Buggyra

https://www.dakar.com/en/competitor/509
509 SOLTYS MARTIN CZE ŠIKOLA TOMÁŠ CZE SCHOVANEK DAVID CZE TATRA TATRA BUGGYRA RACING

Dakar2020Bonver

https://www.dakar.com/en/competitor/510
510 SZUSTKOWSKI ROBERT POL KAZBERUK JAROSLAW POL SKROBANEK FILIP CZE TATRA FESH FESH TEAM / R-SIXTEAM

511 KARGINOV ANDREY RUS MOKEEV ANDREY RUS LEONOV IGOR RUS KAMAZ KAMAZ – MASTER
512 SUGAWARA TERUHITO JPN MOCHIZUKI YUJI JPN SOMEMIYA HIROZAKU JPN HINO HINO TEAM SUGAWARA
514 DE BAAR PASCAL NLD VAN DER VAET JAN BEL SLOOTJES STEFAN NLD RENAULT RIWALD DAKAR TEAM
515 BEHRINGER MATHIAS DEU HENKEN STEFAN DEU TBA TBA MAN SOUTH RACING
516 SHIBALOV ANTON RUS NIKITIN DMITRII RUS TATARINOV IVAN RUS KAMAZ KAMAZ – MASTER
517 LLOVERA ALBERT AND PETERS RAMON NLD MARCO ALCAYNA FERRAN ESP IVECO PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO
518 BELLINA CLAUDIO ITA MINELLI GIULIO ITA GOTTI BRUNO ITA DAF ITALTRANS
519 HANAWA IKUO JPN HANAWA YUDAI JPN KEZUKA MAYUMI JPN HINO HINO TEAM SUGAWARA

https://www.dakar.com/en/competitor/521
521 GARROUSTE PATRICE FRA ALMASI PETR CZE GOSPODARCZYK SZYMON POL TATRA FESH FESH TEAM
522 VERSTEIJNEN VICTOR WILLEM CORNE NLD VAN DER SANDE ANDREAS WILHELMUS MICHIEL MARIUS
NLD VAN DAL TEUN NLD IVECO PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO

523 JUVANTENY JORDI ESP CRIADO JOSE LUIS ESP DOMENECH XAVIER ESP MAN EPSILON
524 DE GROOT RICHARD NLD RAPH VAN DEN ELSHOUT NLD JAN HULSEBOSCH NLD RENAULT FIREMEN DAKAR TEAM
525 ZUURMOND GERRIT NLD RIEZEBOS JASPER NLD KWAKKEL KLAAS NLD MAN RAINBOW TRUCK TEAM
526 CALABRIA PAOLO ITA CALUBINI LORIS ITA FORTUNA GIUSEPPE ITA MAN OROBICA RAID
527 VAN DE LAAR JAN NLD VAN DE LAAR BEN NLD HUIJGENS ADOLPH NLD DAF FRIED VAN DE LAAR RACING
528 VISHNEUSKI ALIAKSEI BLR NOVIKAU MAKSIM BLR NEVIAROVICH ANDREI BLR MAZ MAZ-SPORTAUTO
529 HERRERO ALBERTO ESP ROMERO LORENZO JULIO ESP TBA TBA MAN TH-TRUCKS
530 WIGMAN ED NLD EBBERS JOEL NLD SCHATORIE HENDRIK ELISABERT NLD MAN RIWALD DAKAR TEAM
531 BECX MICHIEL NLD DER KINDEREN BERNARD NLD KUIJPERS EDWIN NLD IVECO PETRONAS TEAM DE ROOY IVECO
532 AL SUDAIRY TURKI MOHAMMED SAU BENBEKHTI SAMIR DZA TBA TBA MAN AL SUDAIRY
533 DE GROOT WILLIAM NLD VAN DE LANGENBERG EDWIN NLD SCHUURMANS HENRICUS NLD DAF TEAM DE GROOT
534 IBRAHM ALMUHNA SAU OSAMA AL SANAD SAU RAED ABO THEEB SAU UNIMOG IBRAHIM ALMUHNA
535 RANDYSEK ROBERT CZE GILBERT ERICK FRA THALGOTT GEOFFREY FRA MAN PH-SPORT
536 CABINI ANTONIO ITA VERZELETTI GIULIO ITA TBA TBA MERCEDES OROBICA RAID
537 ROBINEAU THOMAS FRA CAZERES JEAN-FRANCOIS FRA TBA TBA IVECO TEAM BOUCOU
538 STRIEBE ROBERT DEU ECHTER HANS DEU TBA TBA MAN SOUTH RACING
539 TIBAU MAYNOU RAFAEL ESP INVERNON BARDIA RAMON MARIA ESP TBA TBA MAN TH-TRUCKS
540 RICKLER DEL MARE CESARE GIANFRANCO ITA BURAN DRAGOS RAZVAN ROU TBA TBA IVECO R TEAM
541 ESTEVE ORO JORDI ESP MARTI FLIX ENRIC ESP NING YUE CHN MERCEDES QIAN’AN JIU JIANG LANDSAIL RACING CLUB
543 GONZALEZ RICHARD FRA SALVIAT JEAN-PHILIPPE FRA TBA TBA DAF SODICARS RACING
545 COCKBURN JOHN GBR ALRAMMAH TARIQ SAU TBA TBA RENAULT STA COMPETITION
546 GINESTA JORDI AND DARDAILLON MARC FRA TBA TBA MAN TEAM BOUCOU
547 BESNARD SYLVAIN FRA VITSE ANTOINE FRA LALICHE SYLVAIN FRA MAN TEAM SSP
548 MARTINS JOSE PRT TBA TBA TBA TBA DAF TEAM BOUCOU
549 BENBEKHTI AHMED DZA OSMANI RAMZI DZA TBA TBA MAN SODICARS RACING
550 DE LEEUW TOM BEL BERGHMANS DAVE BEL TBA TBA IVECO OVERDRIVE TOYOTA

January 4th, 2020

Tatra at Retromobile 5-9 February 2020

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https://www.retromobile.fr/visiteurs/expositions/Les-animations-2020/Tatra-petit-constructeur-et-grande-histoire/#utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=8&utm_campaign=Tatra

December 13th, 2019

The legend of an U.S. West coast Tatraplan race car.

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T600EsotericClassic

http://www.esotericclassics.com/tatra-trivia.html

Published under History, Racing & Rallying
November 7th, 2019

Meeting August Lacina and a T603 B5 1966 Video

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T6031966Engine

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Owner Jiri Prochazka, August Lacina, Kees Smit

Members of the former Tatra race team used to meet once a year for a beer and nostalgic talks.  They then also visited the start?finish of the local circuit, the Stramberk-Rybi-Zavisice triangle, t6he public roads not only used for incidental races, but also for Tatra testing. Regrettably, due to age problems, deaths and other problems, only August Lacina was able to be present. As a navigator, he teamed up with Milan Hruby, Jiri Pelucha, Ivan Micik and others.  But for at least three years he teamed up with the well-known Jaroslav Pavelka.

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sorulOURmbU

Published under History, Racing & Rallying, Video
June 7th, 2019

Anybody thinking about racing a T87?

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T87RacingPhantasy

Published under Racing & Rallying
May 14th, 2019

MIROSLAV ZIKMUND TURNS 100

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“WHEN WE RETURNED WE WERE AMAZED HOW POPULAR WE WERE”: LEGENDARY TRAVELLER MIROSLAV ZIKMUND TURNS 100
The great traveller Miroslav Zikmund turned 100 on Thursday. For Czechoslovaks unable to travel much under communism, the books and radio reports produced by Zikmund and his friend Jiří Hanzelka served as a window to exotic parts of the world. However, the pair were barred from public life following the Soviet invasion.
Miroslav Zikmund and Jiří Hanzelka, who began visiting all corners of the world in the late 1940s, shared their exotic travels with the nation via the airwaves of Czechoslovak Radio.
Given the limited technology of the time, the progammes featured actors reading scripts mailed to Prague by the pair.
Miroslav Zikmund – a remarkable 100 years old on Thursday – recalled their first major trips in an interview I recorded with him in 2005.
“I was travelling with my friend George Hanzelka, or Jiří Hanzelka, for almost nine years. The first trip was through Africa and Latin America, 1947 to 1950.
“That was three and a half years, continuously, non-stop. And then Asia, which was between 1959 and 64, and lasted five and a half years.”
As well as doing radio shows, the pair – who drove distinctive, Czech-made Tatra vehicles – wrote articles for magazines and took photographs.
They also produced books that together sold over 6.5 million copies and were translated into 11 languages.
“When we returned in 1950 we were amazed how popular we were, because we didn’t know, actually. Because the stories were broadcast, everybody wanted printed versions.
“The popularity was so big that the first edition of Africa Dream and Reality was published in 50,000 copies and disappeared in two, three days.
“And what was very interesting – more than two million were exported to the Soviet Union, so when we travelled from the East, from Vladivostok to Moscow, almost every day we had to sign some of our books in Russian.”
Miroslav Zikmund said there was one chief explanation for their enormous success.
“I would say there was some hunger for adventure at that time. When we returned it was two years after the Communist coup d’etat in 1948, and people couldn’t travel out.
“So I think it was not just about popularity, but the closed nature of Czechoslovakia at that time.”
When the normalisation era began Zikmund and Hanzelka were no longer allowed to travel, or even to play a role in public life.
However, the Communists couldn’t excise them from the national consciousness and they again became well-known faces in the 1990s.
Jiří Hanzelka passed away seven years ago at the age of 82. Miroslav Zikmund continues to live in his long-term home of Zlín in Moravia.
“WHEN WE RETURNED WE WERE AMAZED HOW POPULAR WE WERE”: LEGENDARY TRAVELLER MIROSLAV ZIKMUND TURNS 100
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The great traveller Miroslav Zikmund turned 100 on Thursday. For Czechoslovaks unable to travel much under communism, the books and radio reports produced by Zikmund and his friend Jiří Hanzelka served as a window to exotic parts of the world. However, the pair were barred from public life following the Soviet invasion.
Miroslav Zikmund and Jiří Hanzelka, who began visiting all corners of the world in the late 1940s, shared their exotic travels with the nation via the airwaves of Czechoslovak Radio.
Given the limited technology of the time, the progammes featured actors reading scripts mailed to Prague by the pair.
Miroslav Zikmund – a remarkable 100 years old on Thursday – recalled their first major trips in an interview I recorded with him in 2005.
“I was travelling with my friend George Hanzelka, or Jiří Hanzelka, for almost nine years. The first trip was through Africa and Latin America, 1947 to 1950.
“That was three and a half years, continuously, non-stop. And then Asia, which was between 1959 and 64, and lasted five and a half years.”
As well as doing radio shows, the pair – who drove distinctive, Czech-made Tatra vehicles – wrote articles for magazines and took photographs.
They also produced books that together sold over 6.5 million copies and were translated into 11 languages.
“When we returned in 1950 we were amazed how popular we were, because we didn’t know, actually. Because the stories were broadcast, everybody wanted printed versions.
“The popularity was so big that the first edition of Africa Dream and Reality was published in 50,000 copies and disappeared in two, three days.
“And what was very interesting – more than two million were exported to the Soviet Union, so when we travelled from the East, from Vladivostok to Moscow, almost every day we had to sign some of our books in Russian.”
Miroslav Zikmund said there was one chief explanation for their enormous success.
“I would say there was some hunger for adventure at that time. When we returned it was two years after the Communist coup d’etat in 1948, and people couldn’t travel out.
“So I think it was not just about popularity, but the closed nature of Czechoslovakia at that time.”
When the normalisation era began Zikmund and Hanzelka were no longer allowed to travel, or even to play a role in public life.
However, the Communists couldn’t excise them from the national consciousness and they again became well-known faces in the 1990s.
Jiří Hanzelka passed away seven years ago at the age of 82. Miroslav Zikmund continues to live in his long-term home of Zlín in Moravia.
March 4th, 2019

Loprais finishing 5th overall in the 2019 Dakar

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Starting like a canon ball with two stage victories to commence his defence of the title on the Dakar, in the end Eduard Nikoalev had somewhat of a fright. Although it was thought that the Kamaz driver would again be untouchable, the Russian was put under serious pressure by his rivals, in particular his team-mates Andrey Karginov and Dmitry Sotnikov, to such an extent that he lost the lead of the rally to Sotnikov two days from the finish. However, the three-time winner of the event finally reacted flawlessly with a splendid victory on stage 9 to regain the lead and drive his truck onto the highest step of the podium in Lima, for the fourth time. Sotnikov will therefore have to wait another year to hope to obtain his holy grail, a success which Gerard de Rooy, on the third step of the podium, has tasted twice. The Iveco driver was expected to be the main rival of the Kamaz team, but finally he was never a genuine threat.

The Tatra Jamal piloted by Aleš Loprais, Ferran Marco Alcayna and Petr Pokora reached the finish of the Dakar Rally 2019 with fifth overall rank in the truck category. Thus the small family team not only overcame all obstacles of the extremely demanding 41st edition of the famous race but also managed to successfully compete with the strong and large factory teams taking part.

The organizers had to confine this edition of Dakar to Peru only. That is why the Rally was shorter in terms of mileages and racing days. And yet most participants speak about a “long” Dakar. That is because the organizers managed to build a route testing the physical and psychic conditions of the participants and their technologies down to the very bottom. Everybody had problems in the course of the ten stages. Only one third of the 41 trucks starting from Lima on 6 January returned to the Peruvian capital eleven days later.

“For me this was perhaps the most difficult Dakar, leaving aside those where we had an accident and withdrew prematurely. As for the demand and performance this was one of the toughest editions. It was kind of return to the past marathon rallying. I think this is what might be beneficial for us in future,” guesses Aleš Loprais.

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Before the final stage Aleš, Ferran and Petr promised to try to attack the interim fourth rank held by Federico Villagra. Although they achieved the second time of the last special stage, which was 112 kilometres long, it was not enough to wipe off the whole deficit. In the finish the Queen, as Aleš Loprais nicknames his Tatra, was mere 11 minutes late after the Argentine pilot´s Iveco.

“We wanted that a lot, but we needed this Dakar to be a little longer to achieve it. Our destiny is given and we must be glad for where we rank in the end. We are a small family team without factory support and yet we have succeeded among the big factory teams,” reminds the Czech trucker of the fact that the remaining nine ranks in the Top Ten ranking of the final classification were only occupied by factory-supported crews.

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“So joy and joy overall and I would mainly like to express my sincere thanks to the boys, the whole team, our families, fans and sponsors, for without them we would never have managed this. Even though we only enjoyed two problem-free stages, they counted for all and filled us with hopes for the future. To try to defeat factory teams is a big challenge and I believe we will successfully continue in that,” concludes Loprais.

Muchas gracias, Perú! Adiós!

Final results of Dakar Rally 2019 – trucks:
1. Nikolaev / Iakovlev / Rybakov (Kamaz) 41:01:35 hrs
2. Sotnikov / Nikitin / Mustafin (Kamaz) +25:36 min
3. De Rooy / Rodewald / Terrallardona (Iveco) +1:34:44 hrs
4. Villagra / Yacopini / Torlaschi (Iveco) +5:49:08 hrs
5. Loprais / Marco Alcayna / Pokora (Tatra) +5:59:51 hrs
6. Viazovich / Haranin / Zhihulin (Maz) + 6:39:29 hrs

March 4th, 2019
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