Bikes Dakar stage 8 classification top 40

Bikes Dakar stage 8 classification top 40

14.01.2018: DAKAR RALLY Stage 8 Uyuni to Tupiza Sunday, January 14th 2017 1 019 A. MEO KTM 005

DAKAR RALLY
Stage 8  Uyuni to Tupiza
Sunday, January 14th 2017





1        019    A. MEO     KTM    005:24:01        00:00:00
2        020    R. BRABEC     HONDA    005:25:09    00:01:08    00:00:00
3        008    T. PRICE     KTM    005:26:46    00:02:45    00:00:00
4        047    K. BENAVIDES     HONDA    005:29:53    00:05:52    00:00:00
5        009    S. SVITKO     KTM    005:30:47    00:06:46    00:00:00
6        002    M. WALKNER     KTM    005:31:01    00:07:00    00:00:00
7        004    A. VAN BEVEREN     YAMAHA    005:32:45    00:08:44    00:00:00
8        005    J. BARREDA BORT     HONDA    005:36:01    00:12:00    00:00:00
9        015    L. SANZ     KTM    005:38:16    00:14:15    00:00:00
10        017    A. MONLEON     KTM    005:39:16    00:15:15    00:00:00
11        040    J. AUBERT     GAS GAS RALLY REPLICA    005:40:16    00:16:15    00:00:00
12        061    O. MENA     HERO     005:40:58    00:16:57    00:00:00
13        077    L. BENAVIDES     KTM    005:42:45    00:18:44    00:00:00
14        027    DM. DUPLESSIS     HONDA    005:43:12    00:19:11    00:00:00
15        103    S. ESPOSITO     KTM    005:44:22    00:20:21    00:00:00
16        003    G. FARRES GUELL     KTM    005:45:10    00:21:09    00:00:00
17        054    A. SHORT     HUSQVARNA    005:46:29    00:22:28    00:00:00
18        033    D. NOSIGLIA JAGER     KTM    005:46:51    00:22:50    00:00:00
19        029    D. OLIVERAS CARRERAS     KTM    005:47:03    00:23:02    00:00:00
20        060    J. BARRAGAN NEVADO     GAS GAS RALLY REPLICA    005:47:14    00:23:13    00:00:00
21        064    M. SAMUELS     HONDA    005:49:29    00:25:28    00:00:00
22        068    JI. CORNEJO FLORIMO     HONDA    005:49:47    00:25:46    00:00:00
23        018    A. BOTTURI     YAMAHA    005:51:34    00:27:33    00:00:00
24        042    M. GERINI     HUSQVARNA    005:54:56    00:30:55    00:00:00
25        037    M. ENGEL     KTM    005:55:36    00:31:35    00:00:00
26        044    R. FAGGOTTER     YAMAHA    005:55:58    00:31:57    00:00:00
27        052    J. CERUTTI     HUSQVARNA    005:56:24    00:32:23    00:00:00
28        034    M. SOLA TERRADELLAS     KTM    005:57:14    00:33:13    00:00:00
29        012    J. PEDRERO GARCIA     SHERCO TVS    006:04:48    00:40:47    00:00:00
30        028    E. GYENES     KTM    006:07:30    00:43:29    00:00:00
31        031    C. ESPANA MUNOZ     GAS GAS RALLY REPLICA    006:07:42    00:43:41    00:00:00
32        058    M. GIEMZA     KTM    006:08:12    00:44:11    00:00:00
33        025    I. CERVANTES MONTERO     KTM    006:12:10    00:48:09    00:00:00
34        091    J. BRABEC     HUSQVARNA    006:13:19    00:49:18    00:00:00
35        128    M. SMITS     KTM    006:24:25    01:00:24    00:00:00
36        016    O. PAIN     KTM    006:29:16    01:05:15    00:00:00
37        100    L. POSKITT     KTM    006:30:43    01:06:42    00:00:00
38        049    S. CHUNCHUNGUPPE SHIVASHANKAR     HERO     006:31:43    01:07:42    00:00:00
39        035    L. MINAUDIER     KTM    006:34:03    01:10:02    00:00:00
40        010    P. QUINTANILLA     HUSQVARNA    006:37:21    01:13:20    00:00:00



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