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The agony and the ecstasy: Otherworldly photos from the spectacular Dakar rally

The agony and the ecstasy: Oth...
Mardeev's Kamaz becomes an apocalyptic vision in the 2019 Dakar Rally
Mardeev's Kamaz becomes an apocalyptic vision in the 2019 Dakar Rally
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Christian Jose waves to the crowd ahead of the day 1 podium start
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Christian Jose waves to the crowd ahead of the day 1 podium start
Ricardo Porem and Jorge Monteiro enjoy the good wishes of the crowd in Lima
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Ricardo Porem and Jorge Monteiro enjoy the good wishes of the crowd in Lima
Richard De Groot, Jan Hulsebosch and Raph Can Den Elshout parade their race truck through the streets of Lima
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Richard De Groot, Jan Hulsebosch and Raph Can Den Elshout parade their race truck through the streets of Lima
Traditional dancers at the starting podium in Lima, Peru
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Traditional dancers at the starting podium in Lima, Peru
Adrian Methe of France makes his appearance at the starting podium
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Adrian Methe of France makes his appearance at the starting podium
The crowd enjoys the chance to get up close with the racers
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The crowd enjoys the chance to get up close with the racers
Zhao Hongyi of China handing out high-fives before the tough stuff begins
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Zhao Hongyi of China handing out high-fives before the tough stuff begins
The roaring Red Bull Mini of Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz, of Spain
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The roaring Red Bull Mini of Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz, of Spain
Like it's testing the temperature of the bath, Robby Gordon and Kellon Walch of the USA dance on the dunes in their side by side
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Like it's testing the temperature of the bath, Robby Gordon and Kellon Walch of the USA dance on the dunes in their side by side
Sandvalanche! Martin Kolomy, Jiri Stross and Rostislav Plny of the Czech republic come crashing through the dunes in their Tatra race truck on day 1
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Sandvalanche! Martin Kolomy, Jiri Stross and Rostislav Plny of the Czech republic come crashing through the dunes in their Tatra race truck on day 1
KTM's Matthias Walkner springs into view
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KTM's Matthias Walkner springs into view
Russians Airat Mardeev, Dmitry Svistunov and Akhmet Galiautdinov attack the sand in their Red Bull Kamaz truck
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Russians Airat Mardeev, Dmitry Svistunov and Akhmet Galiautdinov attack the sand in their Red Bull Kamaz truck
Daniel Albero Puig rules the roost.
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Daniel Albero Puig rules the roost.
Carlos Sainz' mini and Nasser Al-Attiyah's Toyota go flying in a breathtaking start to stage 1 action
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Carlos Sainz' mini and Nasser Al-Attiyah's Toyota go flying in a breathtaking start to stage 1 action
Axel Dutrie takes a pounding on his quad bike
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Axel Dutrie takes a pounding on his quad bike
Mirko Pavan of Italy makes a sharp angled climb
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Mirko Pavan of Italy makes a sharp angled climb
Gabriela Novotna of the Czech republic gives her Husky 450 a good flinging. Ouch
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Gabriela Novotna of the Czech republic gives her Husky 450 a good flinging. Ouch
Nasser Al-Attiyah and teammate Matthieu Baumel carve through endless dunes leaving Pisco for Stage 2
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Nasser Al-Attiyah and teammate Matthieu Baumel carve through endless dunes leaving Pisco for Stage 2
Aussie Toby Price taking it easy due to a recently broken scaphoid bone in his wrist
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Aussie Toby Price taking it easy due to a recently broken scaphoid bone in his wrist
The expanse of the Peruvian desert makes micro machines out of the side-by-sides of Cole Potts, Max Eddy, Michelangelo Bertolla and Paolo Boggioni
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The expanse of the Peruvian desert makes micro machines out of the side-by-sides of Cole Potts, Max Eddy, Michelangelo Bertolla and Paolo Boggioni
That Dakar spectator experience can be almost as rough as the drivers'
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That Dakar spectator experience can be almost as rough as the drivers'
The setting sun drapes the dunes in shadow, as Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz drive on
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The setting sun drapes the dunes in shadow, as Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz drive on
Gaston Ariel Mattarucco of Argentina is going to need to clean that Yamaha quad
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Gaston Ariel Mattarucco of Argentina is going to need to clean that Yamaha quad
The Kamaz of Andrey Karginov, Andrey Mokeev and Igor Leonov negotiates the rocky clopes of Arequipa
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The Kamaz of Andrey Karginov, Andrey Mokeev and Igor Leonov negotiates the rocky clopes of Arequipa
The rough, inhospitable terrain of the Peruvian desert
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The rough, inhospitable terrain of the Peruvian desert
Maintenance time for the big Iveco trucks at the end of Stage 4
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Maintenance time for the big Iveco trucks at the end of Stage 4
Precious sleep for the drivers means the night has just begun for the crew
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Precious sleep for the drivers means the night has just begun for the crew
The wretched sand gets a grip on Italy's Mirko Pavan
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The wretched sand gets a grip on Italy's Mirko Pavan
Plumes of dust in the rocky desert
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Plumes of dust in the rocky desert
Gerard De Rooy, Derek Rodewald and Moises Torrallardona look like they're surfing an apocalyptic wave of sand in their massive Iveco truck
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Gerard De Rooy, Derek Rodewald and Moises Torrallardona look like they're surfing an apocalyptic wave of sand in their massive Iveco truck
Stephane Petterhansel flinging dust and sand right back to the horizon
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Stephane Petterhansel flinging dust and sand right back to the horizon
Nicolas Brabek and Stephane Petterhansel go car vs bike as they tear through the desert between Arequipa and Tacna
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Nicolas Brabek and Stephane Petterhansel go car vs bike as they tear through the desert between Arequipa and Tacna
Like a bat out of hell, Jakub Przygonski roars through the desert in his Mini
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Like a bat out of hell, Jakub Przygonski roars through the desert in his Mini
The endless expanse of rocky desert bakes under the big sky of Peru
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The endless expanse of rocky desert bakes under the big sky of Peru
Mardeev's Kamaz becomes an apocalyptic vision in the 2019 Dakar Rally
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Mardeev's Kamaz becomes an apocalyptic vision in the 2019 Dakar Rally
The eye of the storm: bikes lined up clean and ready to roll
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The eye of the storm: bikes lined up clean and ready to roll
The chalky sand claims Emilio Choy's Yamaha quad
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The chalky sand claims Emilio Choy's Yamaha quad
Pierre Lachaume rages through the desert hellscape of Peru
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Pierre Lachaume rages through the desert hellscape of Peru
This stunning shot makes it look like a motorcycle is being shot out of a cannon. Such is the speed and violence of this event.
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This stunning shot makes it look like a motorcycle is being shot out of a cannon. Such is the speed and violence of this event.
Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena rocket ever so slightly sideways into the desert
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Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena rocket ever so slightly sideways into the desert
Gerard Farres Guell and Daniel Oliveras Carreras of Spain piloting the Monster Energy Can-Am SxS
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Gerard Farres Guell and Daniel Oliveras Carreras of Spain piloting the Monster Energy Can-Am SxS
A local takes front row seats as the bikes roar down the beach
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A local takes front row seats as the bikes roar down the beach
The flying Hondas of Kevin Benavides and Ricky Brabec during stage 5
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The flying Hondas of Kevin Benavides and Ricky Brabec during stage 5
A lonely struggle for Colombia's Nicolas Robledo Serna on his Can-Am quad
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A lonely struggle for Colombia's Nicolas Robledo Serna on his Can-Am quad
A mass start for riders leading into stage 5 of the Dakar
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A mass start for riders leading into stage 5 of the Dakar
A heli tracks a group of riders as they tear along the beach
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A heli tracks a group of riders as they tear along the beach
There's a visual metaphor somewhere between the waves and the dunes these racers have been fighting for the last several days
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There's a visual metaphor somewhere between the waves and the dunes these racers have been fighting for the last several days
Sea and sand as the bikes tear up the beach
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Sea and sand as the bikes tear up the beach
Matthias Walkner floats above the coarse sand on his flying KTM
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Matthias Walkner floats above the coarse sand on his flying KTM
Female motorcyclist Laia Sanz takes a breather on Stage 5
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Female motorcyclist Laia Sanz takes a breather on Stage 5
Xavier De Soultrait roars out of the desert
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Xavier De Soultrait roars out of the desert
I wouldn't want to be in Stephane Petterhansel's way through there either!
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I wouldn't want to be in Stephane Petterhansel's way through there either!
Rest day in Arequipa gives the crew a chance to tear the vehicles down and give them some much-needed attention
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Rest day in Arequipa gives the crew a chance to tear the vehicles down and give them some much-needed attention
Caked-on dirt at rest day, Arequipa
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Caked-on dirt at rest day, Arequipa
A Maz truck technician working underneath the beast on rest day
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A Maz truck technician working underneath the beast on rest day
Chilean Pablo Quintinalla's Husqvarna makes light work of deep sand on Stage 6.
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Chilean Pablo Quintinalla's Husqvarna makes light work of deep sand on Stage 6.
It seems to be hard to get good action shots of the quads, but Gustave Gallego of Argentina is nice enough to lift a wheel as he battles through the sand
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It seems to be hard to get good action shots of the quads, but Gustave Gallego of Argentina is nice enough to lift a wheel as he battles through the sand
A rare glimpse of green as Ross BRanch climbs the dunes
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A rare glimpse of green as Ross BRanch climbs the dunes
Petterhansel's Mini in the shadow of the camera copter
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Petterhansel's Mini in the shadow of the camera copter
Last year's winner Carlos Sainz struggles to stay in the race
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Last year's winner Carlos Sainz struggles to stay in the race
Tragedy is only ever a blink away, particularly for the motorcycle riders. Lorenzo Santolino receives first aid after going down hard
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Tragedy is only ever a blink away, particularly for the motorcycle riders. Lorenzo Santolino receives first aid after going down hard
A rookie rider this year, Santolino suffered cranial trauma but no broken bones
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A rookie rider this year, Santolino suffered cranial trauma but no broken bones
Santolino is prepared for a very dusty airlift out of the race
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Santolino is prepared for a very dusty airlift out of the race
Visheneuski's Maz truck capsizes in the sand
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Visheneuski's Maz truck capsizes in the sand
MArcos Baumgart and his SxS look like they're visiting from the spirit world
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MArcos Baumgart and his SxS look like they're visiting from the spirit world
Stage 6: not the sort of place you want to crash, eh Carlos Verza?
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Stage 6: not the sort of place you want to crash, eh Carlos Verza?
Nani Roma and Alex Haro Bravo pick their way through the rough, rocky terrain of stage 6
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Nani Roma and Alex Haro Bravo pick their way through the rough, rocky terrain of stage 6
Kevin Benavides steers his Honda with the rear wheel
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Kevin Benavides steers his Honda with the rear wheel
A spectacular Mini nose wheelie, but Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz are all but out of the race
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A spectacular Mini nose wheelie, but Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz are all but out of the race
Eduard Nikolaev, Evgenii Iakovlev and Vladimir Rybakoc of Russia building a commanding lead for Kamaz on Stage 6
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Eduard Nikolaev, Evgenii Iakovlev and Vladimir Rybakoc of Russia building a commanding lead for Kamaz on Stage 6
Not ideal: Nasser Al-Attiyah gets a bit of a puncture
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Not ideal: Nasser Al-Attiyah gets a bit of a puncture
Sam Sunderland of Great Britain takes a break from a grueling stage 6
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Sam Sunderland of Great Britain takes a break from a grueling stage 6
Australia's Toby Price looking windswept and interesting
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Australia's Toby Price looking windswept and interesting
Nani Roma carves through the lonely stage 7 desert
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Nani Roma carves through the lonely stage 7 desert
Watch out, mate, that's Cyril Despres behind you
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Watch out, mate, that's Cyril Despres behind you
Bikes and quads race through the stage 9 desert
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Bikes and quads race through the stage 9 desert
A cavalcade of bikes comes steaming down the dunes
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A cavalcade of bikes comes steaming down the dunes
MAthias Behringer, Stefan Henken and Sean Berriman get a little air under the Man truck's tires
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MAthias Behringer, Stefan Henken and Sean Berriman get a little air under the Man truck's tires
Benediktas Vanagas and Sebastien Rozwadowski looking beached as
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Benediktas Vanagas and Sebastien Rozwadowski looking beached as
Stefan Svitko of Slovakia battles his way through the sand
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Stefan Svitko of Slovakia battles his way through the sand
... while Kevin Benavides of Argenitina floats his Honda over it.
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... while Kevin Benavides of Argenitina floats his Honda over it.
Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz pay little respect to gravity
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Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz pay little respect to gravity
The explosive sight of a big Kamaz smashing its way through the rough terrain
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The explosive sight of a big Kamaz smashing its way through the rough terrain
Tragedy strikes two-time Dakar winner Carlos Sainz. Damage and repairs would pile up to leave last year's winner fighting just to finish 
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Tragedy strikes two-time Dakar winner Carlos Sainz. Damage and repairs would pile up to leave last year's winner fighting just to finish 
I think I can see where your problem is.
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I think I can see where your problem is.
We have lift-off! Dmitry Sotnikov and team throw plumes of dust from their Kamaz truck
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We have lift-off! Dmitry Sotnikov and team throw plumes of dust from their Kamaz truck
Mark Tielemans negotiates a dune with the chopper watching closely
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Mark Tielemans negotiates a dune with the chopper watching closely
Honda's Joan Barreda is not having a great day. For the third time in his last four Dakar attempts, he is forced to retire and call in the helicopter after becoming stuck in the sand
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Honda's Joan Barreda is not having a great day. For the third time in his last four Dakar attempts, he is forced to retire and call in the helicopter after becoming stuck in the sand
Kevin Benavides stretches his arms and back
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Kevin Benavides stretches his arms and back
Thousand yard stare: Adrien Van Beveren after stage 8
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Thousand yard stare: Adrien Van Beveren after stage 8
Toby Price might be feeling that broken wrist a bit, but he's worked his way right to the front of the pack by the end of stage 8
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Toby Price might be feeling that broken wrist a bit, but he's worked his way right to the front of the pack by the end of stage 8
Laia Sanz of Spain has done the ladies proud, and is sitting just outside the top ten overall at the end of stage 8
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Laia Sanz of Spain has done the ladies proud, and is sitting just outside the top ten overall at the end of stage 8
Ales Loprais, Ferran Marco Alcayna and Petr Pokora race down the brack
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Ales Loprais, Ferran Marco Alcayna and Petr Pokora race down the brack
A trio of tired bikers comes up from the beach
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A trio of tired bikers comes up from the beach
Cristian Baumgart and Alberto Andreotti race past desert rock formations
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Cristian Baumgart and Alberto Andreotti race past desert rock formations
A bit sandy out there?
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A bit sandy out there?
Wei Han and Min Liao of China are right in the guts of it
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Wei Han and Min Liao of China are right in the guts of it
Adrien Van Beveren better print this one out for his pool room
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Adrien Van Beveren better print this one out for his pool room
Working on navigation notes at the end of another gruelling day, with injuries taped and no time to heal
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Working on navigation notes at the end of another gruelling day, with injuries taped and no time to heal
Got to catch a few winks here and there while you can
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Got to catch a few winks here and there while you can
The unforgiving Stage 5 landscape between Moquegua and Arequipa
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The unforgiving Stage 5 landscape between Moquegua and Arequipa
Marcos Baumgart and a bevy of helpers struggle to get his SxS back upright
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Marcos Baumgart and a bevy of helpers struggle to get his SxS back upright
Anastasia Nifontova of Russia becomes the first woman ever to finish the Dakar rally without assistance. That's right, no crew. The lowest budget way to compete in the Dakar allows competitors to give a suitcase and two spare wheels to the Dakar organization to take from camp to camp. She finished 62nd overall. Extraordinary
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Anastasia Nifontova of Russia becomes the first woman ever to finish the Dakar rally without assistance. That's right, no crew. The lowest budget way to compete in the Dakar allows competitors to give a suitcase and two spare wheels to the Dakar organization to take from camp to camp. She finished 62nd overall. Extraordinary
Nasser Al-Attiyah and Matthieu Baumel celebrate a comfortable 46-minute margin of victory as they take the Car category for Toyota. Many anticipated this pair to win this year, but they still had two weeks of suffering to overcome to take it
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Nasser Al-Attiyah and Matthieu Baumel celebrate a comfortable 46-minute margin of victory as they take the Car category for Toyota. Many anticipated this pair to win this year, but they still had two weeks of suffering to overcome to take it
Kamaz-driving truck champion Eduard Nikolaev celebrates with teammates 
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Kamaz-driving truck champion Eduard Nikolaev celebrates with teammates 
The champion Kamaz truck team shows what kind of manpower it takes to get an effort like this across the line
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The champion Kamaz truck team shows what kind of manpower it takes to get an effort like this across the line
Pablo Quintanilla made a heroic push fighting for the win in the motorcycle category, but went over a 20-foot drop and was flung from his bike in a spectacular accident that wiped him out for some 20 minutes. He got back on the bike and finished third overall
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Pablo Quintanilla made a heroic push fighting for the win in the motorcycle category, but went over a 20-foot drop and was flung from his bike in a spectacular accident that wiped him out for some 20 minutes. He got back on the bike and finished third overall
Toby Price of Australia and Matthias Walkner of Austria celebrate first and second overall in the motorcycle category. Price's victory is all the more amazing since he started the grueling two-week Dakar rally with a broken scaphoid bone in his throttle wrist
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Toby Price of Australia and Matthias Walkner of Austria celebrate first and second overall in the motorcycle category. Price's victory is all the more amazing since he started the grueling two-week Dakar rally with a broken scaphoid bone in his throttle wrist
Sam Sunderland with Laia Sanz, a seasoned competitor running her 9th Dakar. Sanz finished 11th overall, her second-best result after cracking 9th place in 2015
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Sam Sunderland with Laia Sanz, a seasoned competitor running her 9th Dakar. Sanz finished 11th overall, her second-best result after cracking 9th place in 2015
Toby Price with his broken wrist in a brace: "it feels like it's on fire now, feels a bit like people are sticking knives into it. But it's the Dakar, you don't miss it. You can't miss it. And it's paid off in the best possible way."
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Toby Price with his broken wrist in a brace: "it feels like it's on fire now, feels a bit like people are sticking knives into it. But it's the Dakar, you don't miss it. You can't miss it. And it's paid off in the best possible way."
Francisco Lopez Contardo and Alvaro Juan Leon Quintanilla won the side-by-side race overall by more than an hour in their Can-Am
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Francisco Lopez Contardo and Alvaro Juan Leon Quintanilla won the side-by-side race overall by more than an hour in their Can-Am
Nicolas Cavigliasso of Argentina rides a near-perfect Dakar to win the quad bike category convincingly
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Nicolas Cavigliasso of Argentina rides a near-perfect Dakar to win the quad bike category convincingly
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The 2019 Dakar Rally is now over, and as well as a new crop of extraordinary stories about extraordinary human beings, we can now sit back and enjoy some thoroughly spectacular imagery from one of the most grueling and beautiful motorsport events on Earth.

The biggest story by far this year was Australian Toby Price, 2018 FIM World Rally Champion and 2016 Dakar champion, who started the two-week Dakar rally with a broken scaphoid bone in his right wrist. Price somehow managed to endure searing pain in his throttle wrist for two weeks, as well as the harsh demands the rally places on any that dare to start it, and ended up winning the motorcycle category, sealing KTM's 18th straight win in this iconic race.

Aussie Toby Price taking it easy due to a recently broken scaphoid bone in his wrist
Aussie Toby Price taking it easy due to a recently broken scaphoid bone in his wrist

But this was also a significant year for the event, with 17 women marking the highest level of female participation ever. The Dakar camp was able to celebrate the first ever female to finish without assistance, as 40-year-old Anastasiya Nifontova of Russia brought her Husqvarna 450 home in 62nd place overall with no crew to assist. Seasoned campaigner Laia Sanz of Spain had another impressive finish in her 9th Dakar rally, achieving 11th place overall.

Anastasia Nifontova of Russia becomes the first woman ever to finish the Dakar rally without assistance. That's right, no crew. The lowest budget way to compete in the Dakar allows competitors to give a suitcase and two spare wheels to the Dakar organization to take from camp to camp. She finished 62nd overall. Extraordinary
Anastasia Nifontova of Russia becomes the first woman ever to finish the Dakar rally without assistance. That's right, no crew. The lowest budget way to compete in the Dakar allows competitors to give a suitcase and two spare wheels to the Dakar organization to take from camp to camp. She finished 62nd overall. Extraordinary

The car category was won, as many expected, by Nasser Al-Attiyah and teammate Matthieu Baumel, marking Toyota's first Dakar win and Al-Attiyah's third. The pair ran a flawless two weeks, and won comfortably after last year's champion Carlos Sainz sustained damage and lost an unrecoverable amount of time on Day 3.

Carlos Sainz' mini and Nasser Al-Attiyah's Toyota go flying in a breathtaking start to stage 1 action
Carlos Sainz' mini and Nasser Al-Attiyah's Toyota go flying in a breathtaking start to stage 1 action

The truck division was all Russian and all Kamaz. Eduard Nikolaev, Evgenii Iakolvlev and Vladimir Rybakov convincingly took first place, followed by Dmitry Sotnikov, Dmitrii Nikitin and Ilnur Mustafin in second, 25 minutes off the pace – and it was another hour and 10 minutes back from there to the first Iveco finisher, Gerard de Rooy.

Eduard Nikolaev, Evgenii Iakovlev and Vladimir Rybakoc of Russia building a commanding lead for Kamaz on Stage 6
Eduard Nikolaev, Evgenii Iakovlev and Vladimir Rybakoc of Russia building a commanding lead for Kamaz on Stage 6

Argentinian Nicolas Cavigliasso was the big favorite in the quad bike division after the previous two winners (Sergey Karyakin and Ignacio Casale) switched over to the comparatively safer side-by-side category. Cavigliasso more than lived up to expectations, dominating the quad category and putting together a time nearly two hours clear of Jeremias Gonzales Ferioli in second place.

Nicolas Cavigliasso of Argentina rides a near-perfect Dakar to win the quad bike category convincingly
Nicolas Cavigliasso of Argentina rides a near-perfect Dakar to win the quad bike category convincingly

And in the fast-expanding Side by Side category, Can Am took the first four places, with Chileans Francisco Lopez Contardo and Alvaro Juan Leon Quintanilla taking a comfortable hour-and-two-minute margin over the finish line.

Francisco Lopez Contardo and Alvaro Juan Leon Quintanilla won the side-by-side race overall by more than an hour in their Can-Am
Francisco Lopez Contardo and Alvaro Juan Leon Quintanilla won the side-by-side race overall by more than an hour in their Can-Am

The terrain this year was much less diverse than last year. It was punishing sand dunes most of the way, the gritty sand only giving way to rocky desert mountains and the occasional bit of damp beach as the course looped around southern Peru.

But the imagery coming out of the Dakar was as extraordinary as ever – click on any image to jump into the gallery and enjoy our favorite photos from the most grueling and spectacular event in the global motorsports calendar. Congratulations to all finishers!

Daniel Albero Puig rules the roost.
Daniel Albero Puig rules the roost.

Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena rocket ever so slightly sideways into the desert
Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena rocket ever so slightly sideways into the desert

A rookie rider this year, Santolino suffered cranial trauma but no broken bones
A rookie rider this year, Santolino suffered cranial trauma but no broken bones

Adrien Van Beveren better print this one out for his pool room
Adrien Van Beveren better print this one out for his pool room

A spectacular Mini nose wheelie, but Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz are all but out of the race
A spectacular Mini nose wheelie, but Carlos Sainz and Lucas Cruz are all but out of the race

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guzmanchinky
I hate riding on sand and these women do it for the entire rally. Respect.