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DAY 1 DA BUENOS AIRES A VILLA CARLOS PAZ ARGENTINA [MOTO 838 KM] 4 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 2 DA VILLA CARLOS PAZ A SAN JUAN [MOTO 625 KM] 5 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 3 DA SAN JUAN A CHILECITO [MOTO 657 KM] 6 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 4 DA CHILECITO A COPIAPO [MOTO 909 KM] 7 GENNAIO 2015
    
DAY 5 DA COPIAPO AD ANTOFAGASTA [MOTO 697 KM] 8 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 6 DA ANTOFAGASTA A IQUIQUE [MOTO 688 KM] 9 GENNAIO 2015

REST DAY MOTO

DAY 7 DA IQUIQUE A UYUNI [MOTO 717 KM] 11 GENNAIO 2015


DAY 8 DA UYUNI A IQUIQUE [MOTO 805 KM] 12 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 9 DA IQUIQUE A CALAMA [MOTO 539 KM] 13 GENNAIO 2015


DAY 10 DA CALAMA A MARATHON [MOTO 891 KM] 14 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 11 DA MARATHON A TERMAS RIO HONDO [MOTO 512 KM] 15 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 12 DA TERMAS RIO HONDO A ROSARIO [MOTO 1024 KM] 16 GENNAIO 2015

DAY 13 DA ROSARIO A BUENOS AIRES [MOTO 393 KM] 17 GENNAIO 2015


THE 2015 DAKAR: MARATHON-STYLE

The only way to complete the Dakar is through a combination of endurance and determination. The competitors will have an additional problem to resolve on the 9,000 kilometres to be covered in Argentina, Chile and Bolivia: adopting and maintaining the right momentum, while the route continuously endeavours to break it. Depending on the day, both the setting and the pace will change, moving from rocky routes to desert dunes and from endurance stages to extreme sprints. Given the competitors’ inability to recognize clearly identifi ed sections, in particular they must capitalise upon their ability to adapt… and to control their stamina. The marathon stages will defi nitely remind them of this basic rule of off-road races.
Marathon stages: pure off-road style

The Dakar tests competitors and their vehicles in extreme endurance. The marathon stages, where drivers cannot use their assistance teams, are a particular test of their ability to independently manage their mechanics. This year, cars and trucks, which have not taken part in a marathon stage since 2005, will have to tackle this additional difficulty.

Split over two days, a marathon stage involves some of the competitors spending the night in an isolated bivouac. The vehicles are taken into a closed area, where only help between competitors is authorised. Despite the technical challenge which this constraint represents, the drivers also enjoy a different, highly convivial atmosphere. In Uyuni, it will be the car teams which will spend a night apart, followed by the motorcyclists and quad bikers the next day. The truck category will have its own dedicated bivouac in the middle of the Atacama Desert.

To make organisation of the marathon stages possible, a new system has been set up at the heart of the extended stay in Iquique. So, on 11th January, three races will take place on three different routes and in two countries. This meant there was also a need to incorporate staggered rest days for the motorcyclists and quad bikers.


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