Dakar 2018 Day 15 Race Results

Dakar 2018 Day 15 Race Results
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The 14th and final stage of 40th Dakar Rally have been ended without any issues and the Matthias Walkner from Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team has successfully placed himself in ninth place. This position lets him claim the overall bike title. This 15th stage is relatively short loop course, which started and ended in Cordoba, Argentina with the liaison or transfer section of 166 km and 120 km of the timed special stage. This article provides the Dakar 2018 Day 15 Race Results.

Dakar 2018 Day 15 Race Results

Dakar 2018 Day 15 Race Results:

Following are the top ten positions in Day 15 Race.

Ranking Rider Number Team Overall Time Overall Time From Leader Penalty

Matthias Walkner

1 2 Red Bull KTM Factory Team 43:06:01 —- 00:01:00

Kevin Benavides

2 47 Monster Energy Honda Team 43:22:54 00:16:53 —-

Toby Price

3 6 Red Bull KTM Factory Team 43:29:02 00:23:01 —-

Antoine Méo

4 19 Red Bull KTM Factory Team 43:53:29 00:47:28 00:01:00

Gerard Farrés Guell

5 3 Himoinsa Racing Team 44:07:05 01:01:04 —-

Johnny Aubert

6 40 GasGas Motorsport 44:59:54 01:53:53 00:20:00

Oriol Mena

7 61 Hero Motosports Team Rally 45:28:53 02:22:52 —-

Pablo Quintanilla

8 10 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing 45:30:06 02:24:05 —-

Daniel Oliveras Carreras

9 29 Himoinsa Racing Team 45:43:21 02:37:20 —-

Jose Ignacio Cornejo Florimo

10 68 Monster Energy Honda Team 45:48:37 02:42:36 —-

Other American Riders

There were some other American Riders who ended at different positions.

Andrew Short

17 54 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing 47:19:43 04:13:42 —-

Mark Samuels

21 64 MEC Team 49:17:07 06:11:06 01:00:00

Shane Esposito

25 103 Duust Rally Team 50:43:45 07:37:44 02:05:00

Bill Conger

66 105 Klymciw Racing 69:46:13 26:40:12 00:05:00

Conclusion

At last, the Dakar 2018 Rally has been ended in which 191 riders took part and only 85 bikers were able to finish the nearly 9,000-kilometer track from Lima, Peru to Cordoba. Some of the riders are deciding for retirement but most of the riders are ready for 2019 Dakar Rally.

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