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Martin Tomczyk trades the keys of his BMW M4 DTM with Nasser Al-Attiyah for the keys of the +Mini All 4 Racing - Tomczyk trades the paved race circuit for sand dunes and Al-Attiyah finds himself on stretches of asphalt. Wondering if he was "touching wood" while driving the German Touring Car Masters race BMW.
This remark is made with humor in reference to  Nasser's statement in an interview where he talked about "touch wood" and meant "knocking on wood" not knowing the difference in american english between the 2 things...... lol
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#Dakar2015 Stage 9 - The drivers were faced with a daunting selection of sand dunes to negotiate, made even more difficult by high winds, with limited visibility due to dust and fesh fesh in the air. This fine, very powdery sand can bog a car down instantly and obscure the view ahead, rendering the role of the navigator absolutely crucial.


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#Dakar2015 final results motorcycles
1, Marc Coma, ESP, KTM at 46.03.49 (5th Dakar title for Coma; 14th for KTM) 
2, Paolo Goncalves, POR Honda at 16.53
3, Toby Price, AUS, KTM at 23.14
4, Pablo Qunitanilla, CHI, KTM at 38.38
5, Stefan Svitko, SVK, KTM at 44.17
6, Ruben Faria, POR, KTM at 1:57.50
7, David Casteu, FRA, KTM at 2:00.14
8, Ivan Jakes, SVK, KTM at 2:18.18

Organizers have decided to stop the motorcycle race at CP2, 101 km into today's special (174km) due to extreme rainfall

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The final stage of the 2015 Dakar Rally, taking them back to Buenos Aires. The day begins with a 77-kilometre liaison section, followed by 174 special-stage kilometers. And over the course of the last 142 kilometers of this year’s Dakar, the winner already may look forward to the podium in the Tecnopolis / Buenos Aires.

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#Dakar2015 Final stage of the 2015 Dakar Rally, taking them back to Buenos Aires. The day begins with a 77-kilometre liaison section, followed by 174 special-stage kilometers.
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Less than 400 kilometers separate Qatar Rally Team driver Nasser Al-Attiyah from his second victory on the Dakar Rally. But the Qatari needs to survive a 174-kilometer stage tomorrow, plus two liaison sections that total 219 kilometers, in order to reach Buenos Aires and be sure of repeating his win from 2011.
In the meantime, his lead of the rally continues to grow. Fourth-fastest time on today’s stage means that he now has an advantage of 35 minutes over second-placed Giniel de Villiers, who has conceded that the fight for victory is over – in the normal course of events.
Nasser Al-Attiyah & Matthieu Baumel held their nerve over the 298-kilometre stage, which formed part of the longest leg of the rally: a staggering total of 1024 kilometers from Termas de Rio Hondo to Rosario, halfway across the width of Argentina.

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#Dakar2015 Stage 12 Termas Rio Honda to Rosario, a extremely long stage: on the way to Rosario there are an total distance of 1024 kilometers to cover.
248-kilometer liaison section to the special start,
298-kilometer special stage
and another 478 kilometers back to the bivouac

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#Dakar2015  Stage 12 Termas Rio Honda to Rosario, a extremely long stage: on the way to Rosario there are an total distance of 1024 kilometers to cover.
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Fabien is a 4 time ISDE World Champion with several podium finishes at the world championship E1. The bike has been developed and manufactured at Sherco Motorcycles specially for the Dakar Rally. It is more Competitive, lightweight, and equipped with a highly reliable 450cc engine. Engineers from TVS will be working alongside the team from Sherco
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Stephane Peterhansel explain the interior of the Peugeot 2008 DKR - quiet interesting the different features.
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Nasser Al-Attiyah, third in today's final stage, has won his second Dakar rally after dominating the race from beginning to end.
Gordon wins the closing stage of #Dakar2015 - The last special of the 2015 Dakar, which was shortened to just 34 km, was finally won by Robby Gordon, who launched a big attack to beat Leeroy Poulter by 31 seconds and Emiliano Spataro by 34.
Image credits: Red Bull Media House

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Felicitaciones Nasser! Estoy muy feliz! ★☆★
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With 8719 kilometers down and just 393 to go, Team Peugeot-Total is now concentrating on the very last stage of the world’s toughest rally, in Buenos Aires tomorrow. Both drivers took no risks today over the 298-kilometre stage, which formed part of the longest leg of the rally: a mammoth 1024 kilometers from Termas de Rio Hondo to Rosario. Stéphane Peterhansel was seventh-fastest to maintain 11th position, while Cyril Despres was 20th-fastest to continue his recovery up the leaderboard and finish 32nd overall on the penultimate day.

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The scenery in Argentina changes as the crews head south to Buenos Aires, but other things don’t: Qatar Rally Team driver Nasser Al-Attiyah punched in yet another fastest stage time – his seventh of the event – to stretch his lead of the Dakar Rally to nearly half an hour by the end of SS11.
Nasser has led the rally since day two and his advantage now stands at 29m01s.

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Dakar Rally Raid Racing Off-Road 2015 the route in a loop Buenos Aires - Iquique - Buenos Aires. Competing in Argentina, Chile and 1 stage in Bolivia to Uyuni
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