With some 4700 km of grueling competition through ups and downs on South American soil under the belt, UAE multiple motocross champion Mohammed Al Balooshi is so close to accomplish his mission at Dakar Rally, that he can almost touch the finish line. The race to the ramp in Lima started almost 2 weeks ago
Racing resumed at Dakar Rally, after the rest day signaling the middle point of the race, which in fact ended up being a bit over half a rest day considering motorcycle competitors had to take their rides a couple of hundred kilometers away for another overnight sleeping on the floor at the second satellite camp.
With another extreme day in the books, Mohammed Al Balooshi, the only Emirati participating in Dakar Rally 2019 reached the half point of the competition and the well expected rest day in Arequipa, South of Peru. Anticipated and deserved rest day for men and machines after 2 exhausting days run under marathon regime; mode in
Over the 41 years of history that have passed since its first edition back in 1978, Dakar Rally has gained a solid reputation of being the toughest race on Earth, a race infamous for pushing people and machines to their limits during 2 weeks, and once they all reach their limits, pushing them a lot
The 41st edition of Dakar Rally is officially underway in South America, and the UAE’s solo representative, UAE and Arab Champion Mohammed Al Balooshi is set for almost 10 days of grueling racing across the rough and challenging Peruvian geography. After the ceremonial start ramp celebrated by the Pacific Ocean, and in front of the
The UAE champion will be the only Emirati competitor representing the UAE at the legendary race. It’s Rally Time for the global crème-de-la-crème of off-road racing! A full year has passed by since Emirati star rider Mohammed Al Balooshi became the first UAE National to complete a Dakar Rally in the motorcycle’s category, and now