Over the course of 39 years, the famed Dakar Rally has taken riders across many different countries and been witness to all manner of exciting situations. At Repsol, we want to look back on the most memorable, demanding, and interesting courses, those that have been the stage of what is likely the toughest competition in the world of motor sports.
Stéphane Peterhansel, a 13-time winner of the Dakar Rally, is a motorsport fan who follows the MotoGP World Championship closely.
The Lérida-born driver has fulfilled his objective by finishing the rally in 21st place with his BV6 prototype that has adapted controls on the steering wheel.
The Repsol Rally Team driver reaches the decisive part of the hardest rally in the world in 23rd place in the overall classification and second best Spanish car driver.
The driver from Lérida works with his partner Lidia Guerrero, an expert personal trainer who ensures he is fit and well throughout the day.
The Repsol Rally Team driver explains the only difference between his car and all the other Dakar vehicles that have already gone through the inspections in Lima.
In his tireless desire to improve, Isidre Esteve, whose disability puts no limits on his ability to compete, has set his sights on finishing the Dakar 2018 in the top 20 with his powerful prototype that has adapted controls on the steering wheel.
The Repsol Rally Team driver will compete in the Morocco Rally from 5th to 10th October, covering a distance of 2500 km (1500 miles). The driver from Oliana will try out his new Sodicars BV6 in the desert for the first time after a strong performance in the Baja Aragón rally.
Repsol and Isidre Esteve, a great team faces Dakar Rally.
This weekend in Baja Aragón, the Repsol Rally Team driver will début with a powerful x4 T1.2 with adapted hand controls on the steering wheel.