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TEAM DAKAR USA > News

Robby Gordon Claims Eighth Overall in Dakar Rally
TEAM DAKAR USA > News > Stage Report
Posted by on Jan 24, 2007, 17:32
For sixteen days, from Lisbon to Dakar, Team Dakar USA embarked on the toughest race known to man and machine. By the end they accomplished what no other American team had ever done in the previous 28 editions of the Dakar Rally. Robby Gordon Motorsports and General Motors with its Hummer brand respectively became the first American team and manufacture to win a stage in the Dakar Rally. Video from the final stage of the 2007 Dakar Rally



STAGE 14 Report – Tambacounda – Dakar
TEAM DAKAR USA > News > Stage Report
Posted by on Jan 21, 2007, 15:27
On a stage better suited for the rally car styled cars, the Monster Hummer and Robby Gordon put on an impressive performance on the 14th stage of the 2007 Dakar Rally. The Monster Energy/Toyo Tire sponsored Hummer started the day in eight and finished fifth just 1:54 minutes behind stage winner, Carlos Sainz. See the daily video on YouTube.com



STAGE 13 – Kayes – Tambacounda
TEAM DAKAR USA > News > Stage Report
Posted by on Jan 20, 2007, 08:44
A day in single track and dust made for slow going for Team Dakar USA. Robby Gordon and his American built Hummer managed an 11th place finish for the stage and maintained their 8th place position in the overall classification. See the video stage report on youtube.com



Stage 12 Report Ayoun – Kayes
TEAM DAKAR USA > News > Stage Report
Posted by on Jan 19, 2007, 10:39
Leading through the first checkpoint, the navigational aspects showed on stage 12 of the 2007 Dakar Rally. A split second decision to follow another cars dust sent Team Dakar USA astray and into a rock garden that ultimately cost the Monster Hummer a strong finish.



Stage 10 Report: Nema to Nema
TEAM DAKAR USA > News > Stage Report
Posted by on Jan 17, 2007, 18:04
The 366 km special loop from Nema to Nema was perfect terrain for the Monster Energy Hummer. The big bumps and single tack played perfectly to the Hummer’s impressive suspension package and that showed as the Hummer, which began the stage in the 11th starting position, cleared the first check point in the lead. A pinched fuel system breather hose ruined the day when the Hummer H3 was never completely fueled up due to a faulty reading. View our video press release on youtube.com




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