Dakar quad Rally Raid winner Sergey Karyakin’s road to success

  • Published on Sep 12, 2019
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    Sergey Karyakin has dedicated his life to ATV racing and motorsport in general. He is the first and only Russian winner of the Dakar Rally Raid on a quad bike. Rally racing is an extreme and complex sport. Off-road makes special demands of a racer's driving skills and physical condition, as well as the vehicle's technical characteristics. In other words, it's hard teamwork. For this reason, the young Russian team’s win in 2017 was of particular value. They had shown that they could compete on equal footing with established and experienced competitors in the Dakar Rally or any another off-road race, for that matter. These days, Sergey has set a target of repeating that success… on a buggy. We wish him and his team all the best!
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Comments • 13

  • KjK
    KjK 27 days ago +1

    In Mother RUSSIA, Russian Government pays stupid American English teacher to betray American comrades with idiotic propaganda video.

  • Robin Bobin
    Robin Bobin 27 days ago +2

    Anything but possible! :)

  • fromnsk
    fromnsk Month ago +1

    What can be more dumb and boring than racing "sport"?

    • GLR
      GLR 12 days ago

      KjK Africa is third world, Russian is not what your media is serving you... ask your hero Edward Snowden more about real Russia

    • GLR
      GLR 12 days ago

      KjK because you’ve been there and can confirm that right?

    • KjK
      KjK 25 days ago

      @Hands Down If America is so terrible go back to Russia

    • KjK
      KjK 25 days ago

      @Perfect Stranger Media is controlled the state. Government is corrupt. Most Russians live in poverty......Sounds like third world.

    • Hands Down
      Hands Down 26 days ago +1

      @KjK its not like you watching american propaganda every day?

  • vinayak s
    vinayak s Month ago +3

    All the best Sergy , go ahead.