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Merzouga Rally 2018 Official Teaser

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Joan Barreda takes second place at Qatar Rally opener

Team HRC get the show on the road in Qatar with a fine performance. The second round of the Cross-Country Rallies World Championship sees Joan Barreda grab second spot and Paulo Goncalves fifth. Top ten finish also for Jeremias Israel.

Team HRC’s Jeremias Israel got the tricky task of leading off the second event in the Cross-Country Rallies calendar, which meant the Chilean rider had to open the way and navigate alone at the front of the 194.08 kilometre special stage. ‘Jere’ was eventually caught up by adversaries but took advantage of the opportunity to continue honing his navigational and road-book reading skills.

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Opening Sealine Rally Stage wins for Al-Attiyah, Coma

- Al-Attiyah cruises into home rally lead; Saudi’s Al-Rajhi in second place

- KTM’s Coma edges into six-second lead over Honda’s Barreda Bort in opener

- Qatar’s Mohammed Abu Issa pips Poland’s Rafal Sonik to quad stage victory

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Sealine/XTrême+: 2 équipages Polaris RZR 1000XT+30

Depuis deux jours, le Xtremeplus Polaris Factory Team remet en état les deux RZR 1000XT+30 arrivés directement d'Abu Dhabi. Le 'bivouac' est installé sur les hauteurs du paddock du circuit de Losail et si les températures sont élevées, il souffle également un vent parfois violent.

Les vérifications des deux machines se sont déroulées sans anicroches, il reste maintenant à écouter le briefing de l'après-midi et à tuer le temps jusqu'à demain matin.

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Record entry heads out of losail for start of Sealine

- Qatar’s Al-Attiyah looks to avenge Abu Dhabi disappointment with Sealine win

- Russian Vladimir Vasilyev starts Sealine Rally with 29-point FIA World Cup lead

Qatar’s Sealine Cross-Country Rally gets underway from the Losail International Circuit on Monday morning and a record entry of cars, motorcycles and quads will face five days of demanding competition through the deserts of Qatar.

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