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Dakar 2024 Live: Find out all the details of Stage 1 of the Rally Raid between Alula and Al Henakiyah. The deserts and dunes of Saudi Arabia are the setting for the first major sporting event of 2024, Dakar, which began on Friday, January 5.

Dakar 2024 live

Stage 1 – What time does Dakar 2024 start?

Departure Time – Motorcycles

Thursday 9:30pm – Mexico

Thursday 10:30pm – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia

11:30 pm – Venezuela, Bolivia, Paraguay, USA (Miami)

00:30 hrs – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile

06:30 hrs – Spain, Germany, Italy, France

Departure Time – Cars

01:57 pm – Mexico

02:57 pm – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia

03:57 hrs – Venezuela, Bolivia, Paraguay, USA (Miami)

05:57 hrs – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile

09:57 hrs – Spain, Germany, Italy, France

Where to watch Dakar 2024

Tucker's images can be seen internationally on ESPN and Star Plus, while Eurosport, Teledeporte and RTVE Play and TV3 will show the rally in Spain and Fox Sports in Mexico.

Dakar 2024 live

Dakar Tour 2024

The Dakar, which starts on Friday, brings with it a sense of change: from reigning Qatari car champion Nasser Al-Attiyah, who has left Toyota to sign with ProDrive, to new names in now-properly-named categories. And forget T1, T2, T3, T4 and T5.

So, T1, by far the highest class of cars – in which, for example, the Spanish Carlos Sainz competes -, will be called Ultimate, T2 will be called Stock, T3 will now be Challenger, T4 will be SSV and T5. Be trucks, motorcycles and quads will continue under the same names.

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This new adventure through the Saudi Arabian desert will be the fifth time that these five new classes will be located in the Arabian Peninsula, after the FIA ​​and Amuri Sport Organization (ASO), the organizer of the event, agreed. Change their name.

But that's not all, 2024 comes with a dance of drivers changing teams, divisions or returning to competition after a year off.

This is the case of Spanish Nani Roma, who after years of driving for Prodrive was forced to retire in 2023 due to bladder cancer, causing her to worry about her health. However, the Catalan is now fully recovered from the illness and back in the arms of Ford, who trusts him with his plan.

Barcelona seems to have responded and complied. After missing out on the Dakar for the first time in 27 years, he finished third in both the Baja Espana Aragon Rally and the Morocco Rally, the two best preparation tests for the highly popular rally race.

Last year there was Qatari Nasser Al-Attiyah, who won his fifth Dakar, his third with Toyota. However, the defending champion switched teams in the summer and moved to ProDrive alongside Frenchman Sebastien Loup. Al-Atiyah will drive a Hunter T-1, challenging him to add his third consecutive Touareg and fourth Dakar in six years.

Joan Barreda from Castellon has also changed vehicles. A true stage hunter, the Spaniard will swap his classic Honda for a Hero motorcycle, his pursuit of the title that has always eluded him at Dakar, despite amassing more than twenty stage wins.

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Seeking his first 'Etage' in Dakar is Valencian Dosha Shareena, who last year faced off in his first year as an HRC factory driver with the Monster Energy Honda team. In his first season, he already won the Baja España Aragón Rally and finished fifth in the prestigious Morocco Rally, which he won on the second stage.

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