FR - Légende - 1978 : 182 véhicules pour la première
EN - Legend - 1979, Mali (Africa)
FR - Légende - 1980, les frères Marreau (Afrique)
FR - Dakar Archive 83-86
FR - LÉGENDE - 1983 TENERE (NIGER)
FR - Dakar Archive 87-90
FR - LÉGENDE - 1987 SAINT LOUIS (TÉNÉRÉ)
FR - Légende - 1988 : Déroute générale en Algérie
FR - Légende - 1988 : Bamako (Mali)
FR - Dakar Archive 91-94
FR - LÉGENDE - 1992 LE CAP (AFRIQUE DU SUD)
FR - LÉGENDE - 1994 MAURITANIE (AFRIQUE)
FR - Dakar Archive 95-98
FR - Dakar Archive 99-01
FR - LÉGENDE - 2000 NIAMEY (NIGER)
FR - Légende - 2001, Sénégal (Afrique)
FR - Dakar Archive 02-04
FR - Légende - 2004, Maroc (Afrique)
FR - Dakar Archive 05-06
FR - Dakar Archive 07-09
FR - Légende - 2007, Mauritanie (Afrique)
EN - Legend - 2009, Argentina - Chile
The 2009 Dakar Rally
FR - Dakar Archive 10-11
Dakar Rally 2010 Dakar Rally 2010 The 31st running of the Dakar Rally is being held in South America for the second year, instead of the traditional African route, due to ongoing security concerns. This year's race began and will end in Buenos Aires, covering a looping 9,000 kilometers between Argentina and Chile over 14 stages. 362 Teams began the race with 176 motorcycles and quad bikes, 134 cars, and 52 trucks. The race is just over halfway completed now, the winners expected to cross the finish line on January 16th. Collected here are several photographs from the first 8 stages of this year's rally. (37 photos total) Spain's Gerard Farres Guell kicks up sand with his Aprilia during the 4th stage of the Dakar 2010 between Fiambala, Argentina, and Copiapo, Chile on January 5, 2010.
Dakar 2011
Best of Autos - 2012
Best of Moto - 2012
Les plus beaux paysages de l'édition 2012 du Dakar
Dakar rally 2012