The Silk Way Rally is an annual rally raid type of off-road race. The first Silk Way Rally was raced in 2009 from Kazan, Russia to Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. From 2010 to 2013, the race has taken place in Russia. The 2016 edition had a Moscow-Astana-Beijing route, the 2017 edition starts in Moscow and finishes in Xi'an, China. From 2009 to 2011, the rally was part of ASO's Dakar Series. The rally compete in three categories - moto, cars and trucks.

Silk Way Rally
Silk Way Rally logotype.png
CategoryRally raid
RegionRussia, Mongolia, China
Inaugural season2009
Drivers97
Drivers' championmoto


pilot
United Kingdom Sam Sunderland
cars
pilot
Qatar Nasser al-Attiyah
codriver
France Matthieu Baumel


trucks
pilot
Russia Anton Shibalov
codriver
Russia Dmitry Nikitin
mechanic
Russia Ivan Tatarinov


Official websitewww.silkwayrally.com

About The RallyEdit

Silk Way Rally is a rally raid that goes both through off-road spaces and by public roads. Each crew, which usually consists of a driver and a navigator (with a mechanic for truck crews and only of a rider for motorcycles), must complete the Selective Sections (also called Special Stages) of the itinerary indicated in the Road Book (the legend) and pass through all compulsory Waypoints. The crew with the shortest total time on all specials of rally route becomes the winner. Road sections (or liaisons) between the specials go on public roads and highways and must be covered within the target time, observing Road Traffic Code. The failure to respect the target time incurs a penalty, which is marked on the control card (carnet) and is taken in account during the calculation of total results. Since 2012 any competitor that fails to complete a special stage is allowed to continue the race with a penalty of 50 hours, added to the total time. This option can be used only one time and must be performed on the next day after the failed stage. Such significant penalty usually puts the competitor in the end of general classification but enables the crew to use the remaining race as a training before Dakar Rally. Silk Way Rally Organization address each year’s event as "an edition". The edition of 2016 was exceptional due to the involvement of China, covering more than 6,500 km and lasting more than 10 days, and therefore becoming a rally marathon.

Russian Rally ChampionshipEdit

In previous editions several stages of Silk Way Rally also constituted a part of Russian Rally Championship so the results obtained on Silk Way Rally route were accepted for the registered competitors of RRC. For example, in 2016 it concerned the SWR stages from Kazan to Almaty.

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For the 6th edition, which involved China, Rally Organization engaged a famous Russian fashion designer Denis Simachev into organization process as a new Creative Director, who gave rally a new design based on the image of the White Tiger.

Widely known as one of the largest predators, tigers are ranged both in Russia and China, where this species is even considered sacred. Moreover, the form of Chinese character 王, which means "a king", reminds us of stripe pattern on the tiger’s forehead. White tigers, in particular, adapt easily to any environment if there is enough free space, being as well the largest representatives of their breed. In Chinese mythology the white tiger symbolizes courage and strong spirit that protects one from external threats.

That is why the new symbol of Silk Way Rally features the White Tiger: it inspires the competitors to new achievements and keeps them safe during the entire race. — 2016 Silk Way Rally press kit[citation needed]

The main SWR trophy is the White Tiger Cup.

Rally historyEdit

On 16 April 2009, Silk Way Rally presentation was held in the Paris residence of the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Russia to France in order to attract the attention of global audience and international media. On 26 May the rally was presented in Berlin.[citation needed] From 2009 to 2011 the rally was co-organized by KAMAZ-master Team and ASO (Amaury Sport Organization), the organizer of such well-known events as Dakar Rally and Tour de France. The involvement of ASO encouraged famous drivers and professional teams as well as racing amateurs and private teams all over the world to join the rally. In first three years after its foundation Silk Way Rally was a part of Dakar Series.[citation needed] In 2014 Organizers postponed the rally to 2015 and on 7 March 2015 once again announced the cancellation of that year’s edition.[citation needed] In 2016, after two-year break Silk Way Rally took a fresh start: China joined the organization process and hosted the most part of rally stages. Such changes upgraded the rally raid to the rally marathon on the international arena.[citation needed]

In 2017 SWR was conducted in the form of a marathon. The route distance exceeded 6,500 km and totaled in 9,599.60 km. Rally crossed three countries: Russia, Kazakhstan and China, taking off from Moscow and finishing in the ancient Chinese city of Xi’an.[citation needed]

The exceptional level of rally organization in 2017 was commended by the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The President emphasized the significance of this competition for the strengthening of international humanitarian cooperation, friendly relations and mutual understanding between people.[citation needed]

For the 2019 edition (between Irkoutsk and Dunhuang), it was announced to add the motorcycle category.[1]

Eligible CategoriesEdit

Along with the division into basic categories of moto, cars and trucks, each of them having its own overall classification, all vehicles that participate in Silk Way Rally are split into separate competition groups as required by FIA. Each group refers to a certain type of vehicle, type of engine and other characteristics. Apart from group classifications the rally also establishes independent challenges that encourage, for example, eco-friendly vehicles or female drivers to join the rally.


List of WinnersEdit

  Part of Dakar Series
  Part of FIA and/or FIM competitions
Year Route Cars Trucks Bikes Quads
Driver
Co-Driver
Make Driver
Co-Driver
Mechanic
Make Rider Make Rider Make
2009 Kazan-Ashgabat   Carlos Sainz
  Lucas Cruz
Volkswagen Touareg   Firdaus Kabirov
  Andrey Mokeev
  Tanin Anatoly
Kamaz Not held Not held
2010 St. Petersburg-Sochi   Carlos Sainz
  Lucas Cruz
Volkswagen Touareg   Eduard Nikolaev
  Viatcheslav Mizyukaev
  Vladimir Rybakov
Kamaz
2011 Moscow-Sochi   Krzysztof Hołowczyc
  Jean-Marc Fortin
BMW X3   Aleš Loprais
  Vojtěch Štajf
  Milan Holáň
Tatra
2012 Moscow-Gelendzhik   Boris Gadasin
  Dan Schemel
G-Force Proto   Ayrat Mardeev Kamaz
2013 Moscow-Astrakhan   Jean-Louis Schlesser
  Konstantin Zhiltsov
Sonangol Schlesser Original   Dmitry Sotnikov
  Viatcheslav Mizyukaev
  Andrei Aferin
Kamaz
2014-2015 not held
2016 Moscow-Beijing   Cyril Despres
  David Castera
Peugeot 2008 DKR   Ayrat Mardeev
  Aydar Belyaev
  Dmitriy Svistunov
Kamaz
2017 Moscow-Xi'an   Cyril Despres
  David Castera
Peugeot 3008 DKR   Dmitry Sotnikov
  Ruslan Akhmadeev
  Ilnur Mustafin
Kamaz
2018 Astrakhan-Moscow   Yazeed Al Rajhi
  Timo Gottschalk
Mini John Cooper Works Rally   Andrey Karginov
  Andrey Mokeev
  Igor Leonov
Kamaz
2019 Irkutsk-Dunhuang   Nasser Al-Attiyah
  Mathieu Baumel
Toyota Hilux   Anton Shibalov
  Dmitry Nikitin
  Ivan Tatarinov
Kamaz   Sam Sunderland KTM 450 Rally Factory   Rafał Sonik Yamaha Raptor 700

RalliesEdit

SummaryEdit

YEAR START FINISH #
ETAPE
DISTANCE, КМ
DATE CITY DATE CITY Special
Stage
Liaison
TOTAL
2009 5 September   Kazan 13 September   Ashgabat 9[2] 2 621 2 007 4 628
2010 11 September   Saint-Petersburg 18 September   Sochi 8 2 014 2 845 4 859
2011 10 July   Moscow 16 July   Sochi 7 2 450 1 490 3 940
2012 7 July   Moscow 13 July   Gelendzhik[3] 7[2] 2 083 1 776 3 859
2013 7 July   Moscow 13 July   Astrakhan 8[2] 2 822 1 173 3 995
2016 9 July   Moscow 24 July   Beijing 15 4 105 6 630 10 735
2017 7 July   Moscow 22 July   Xian 14 4 094 5 505 9 599
2018 15 July   Astrakhan 29 July   Moscow 7 2327 873 3488
Note: the data are listed nominally - due to cancellations, abbreviations and changes in the stages may actually differ.

2009Edit

 
Presidents of the host at the solemn event after the first edition of the rally on 13 September 2009 (from left to right): D.A. Medvedev, G.M. Berdymukhamedov и N.A. Nazarbayev

Edition 1 of the Silk Way Rally set off from Kazan in Tatarstan and headed to Ashgabat in Turkmenistan. The nine days, 4,500-km rally featured 3,900 km of special stages. Carlos Sainz won his 1st international Rally-Raid. A perfect rehearsal for "El Matador" who the following January won the Dakar Rally in his 4th attempt. In the truck category, Kamaz dominated with two-time Dakar winner Firdaus Kabirov taking top honours in what was his last major international victory.


ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
SS LIAISON TOTAL
prologue 5.09   Kazan   Kazan 2 - 2
1 6.09   Kazan   Buguruslan 141 337 478
2 7.09   Buguruslan   Uralsk 231 316 547
3 8.09   Uralsk   Beyneu 580 296 876
4 9.09   Beyneu   Zhanaozen 424 55 479
5 10.09   Zhanaozen   Turkmenbashy 514 184 698
6 11.09   Turkmenbashy   Balkanabad 345 72 417
7 12.09   Balkanabad   Turkmenbashy 360 154 514
8 13.09   Turkmenbashy   Asgabat 24 593 617
TOTAL 2 621 2 007 4 628
Note: Green color is allocated distances, cream — not included.

PARTICIPATING COUTNRIES - 25

TOTAL ROUTE LENGTH - 4628 km

62 CARS AND 20 TRUCKS ENTERED THE MARATHON

34 CARS AND 16 TRUCKS FINISHED THE MARATHON

113 MEDIA ACCREDITED - 347 JOURNALISTS

753 TV-BROADCASTS WITH TOTAL DURATION OF 2,260 MINUTES

3,167 PUBLICATIONS IN MEDIA

TEAM SERVICE CARS - 96 CREWS

17 CREWS PRESENTED THE RAID CATEGORY

60 Т OF PETROL, 210 Т OF DIESEL FUEL AND 325 Т OF AVIATION KEROSINE WERE USED

ESCORT PROVIDED SUPPORT TO 160 VEHICLES OF PARTICIPANTS AND 120 VEHICLES OF

ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE] 526 VIPS FROM FOUR STATES VISITED THE RALLY

2010Edit

 
Start ceremony of the rally-marathon "Silk Way 2010" from the Palace Square in St. Petersburg, Russia
 
Vladimir Putin on the bivouac of the rally-marathon "Silk Way" meets with the participants of the competition

Following the North-South route for the first time, edition 2 of the Silk Way Rally remains in the annals of motor racing history for its departure from Saint-Petersburg and the passage of the caravan in front of the winter palace of the "Venice of the North" and the finish in Sochi, which went on to host the 2014 winter Olympic Games. When the eight stages, measuring 4,500 km, with 2,014 km of special stages were run and it was Carlos Sainz taking his second consecutive victory in the car category, while Kamaz protégé, Eduard Nikolaev defeated veterans Gerard De Rooy and Alès Loprais for his first international triumph.

ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
SS LIAISON TOTAL
1 11/09   Saint-Petersburg   Staraya Russa 85 330 415
2 12/09   Staraya Russa   Vyazma 209 575 770
3 13/09   Vyazma   Lipetsk 210 395 605
4 14/09   Lipetsk   Volgograd 300 490 790
5 15/09   Volgograd   Astrakhan 450 150 600
6 16/09   Astrakhan   Elista 400 105 505
7 17/09   Elista   Maykop 340 440 780
8 18/09   Maykop   Krasnaya Polyana 20 360 380
Toral 2 014 2 845 4 859

PARTICIPATING COUTNRIES - 22

TOTAL ROUTE LENGTH - 4859 km

48 CARS AND 16 TRUCKS ENTERED THE MARATHON

29 CARS AND 13 TRUCKS FINISHED THE MARATHON

168 MEDIA ACCREDITED - 507 JOURNALISTS

918 TV-BROADCASTS WITH TOTAL DURATION OF 3,660 MINUTES

4,015 PUBLICATIONS IN MEDIA

TEAM SERVICE CARS - 96 CREWS

12 CREWS IN CARS AND MOTOBIKES PRESENTED THE RAID CATEGORY

51,675 L OF PETROL, 289,912 L OF DIESEL FUEL AND 160 Т OF AVIATION KEROSINE WERE USED

586 VIPS FROM SEVEN STATES VISITED THE RALLY


2011Edit

 
Polish pilot Krzysztof Hołowczyc on the podium of the rally-marathon "Silk Way Rally 2011", Krasnaya polyana

First departure from Moscow for the Silk Way Rally, which saw its number of entries rise, to the delight of the thousands of Muscovites who came to Red Square for the ceremonial start. Ahead of the competitors, seven days of racing and 3,983 km, with 2,366 km of special stages. After the week of hard fought action it was Poland’s Krzysztof Holowczyc scoring the biggest win of his career, ahead of the disciplines greatest driver, Stéphane Peterhansel, while in the truck category, Alès Loprais got revenge from the previous year.

ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
SS LIAISON TOTAL
1 10/07   Moscow   Lipetsk 260 310 570
2 11/07   Lipetsk   Volgograd 480 365 845
3 12/07   Volgograd   Astrakhan 430 160 590
4 13/07   Astrakhan   Astrakhan 400 15 415
5 14/07   Astrakhan   Stavropol 690 75 765
6 15/07   Stavropol   Maykop 170 220 390
7 16/07   Maykop   Sochi 20 345 365
ВСЕГО 2 450 1 490 3 940
Note: green color marked distances included in the overall standings , cream — distance not included in the overall standings.

PARTICIPATING COUTNRIES - 28

TOTAL ROUTE LENGTH – 3,940 km

95 CARS AND 35 TRUCKS ENTERED THE MARATHON

50 CARS AND 26 TRUCKS FINISHED THE MARATHON

138 MEDIA ACCREDITED - 605 JOURNALISTS

969 TV-BROADCASTS WITH TOTAL DURATION OF 3,983 MINUTES

4,518 PUBLICATIONS IN MEDIA

TEAM SERVICE CARS - 153 CREWS

50,000 L OF PETROL, 551,700 L OF DIESEL FUEL AND 160 Т OF AVIATION KEROSINE WERE USED

587 VIPS FROM SEVEN STATES VISITED THE RALLY


2012Edit

 
Winner of the Silk Way Rally 2012 Boris Gadasin

The start once again from Red Square for the Silk Way Rally, which the number of entries is on the rise. On the programme, a completely new 4,000-km route to Sochi. Storms that battered southern Russian forced the race to stop at Gelendzhik. Boris Gadasin became the first Russian driver to win in the car category, while Kamaz returned to its winning ways thanks to another of its young hopefuls, Ayrat Mardeev, the future winner of the 2015 Dakar!

ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
SS LIAISON TOTAL
prologue 7/07   Moscow   Ryazan - 184,85 184,85
1 8/07   Ryazan   Volgograd 258 620 878
2 9/07   Volgograd   Volgograd 309 125 434
3 10/07   Volgograd   Elista 488 189 677
4 11/07   Elista   Elista 506 159,5 665,5
5 12/07   Elista   Maykop 453 230 683
6 13/07   Maykop   Gelendzhik 69 266 335
TOTAL 2 083 1 774 3 857
Note: Green color is allocated distances, cream — not included.

PARTICIPATING COUTNRIES - 25

TOTAL ROUTE LENGTH – 3,550 km

118 CREWS: 93 JEEPS AND 25 TRUCKS ENTERED THE MARATHON

TEAM SERVICE CARS - 143 CREWS

270 MEDIA ACCREDITED - 581 JOURNALISTS

712 TV-BROADCASTS WITH TOTAL DURATION OF 2,074 MINUTES

4,312 PUBLICATIONS IN MEDIA

360 000L OF MOTOR FUEL ARE USED

2013Edit

 
Start of the rally-marathon "Silk Way Rally 2013" on Red Square in Moscow

For edition 5, the Silk Way Rally solidified its place in the landscape of international rally-raids and was back in Moscow for the start from Red Square. The rally headed towards the Volga and Astrakhan that greeted another rally-raid superstar who won at the end of a 4,000-km route, which included 3,000 km of special stages. In his second participation, two-time Dakar winner and six-time victor on the Africa Race, Jean-Louis Schlesser entered the Silk Way Rally record books becoming the first driver to win with a two-wheel drive vehicle. Kamaz stamped its authority in the truck category with Dimitry Sotnikov taking the victory.

ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
SS LIAISON TOTAL
пролог 6/07   Moscow   Tambov - 452,91 452,91
1 7/07   Tambov   Volgograd 373,43 370,69 744,12
2 8/07   Volgograd   Volgograd 478,38 68,39 546,77
3 9/07   Volgograd   Astrakhan 485,74 144,29 631,03
4 10/07   Elista   Astrakhan 485,00 49,67 534,67
5 11/07   Astrakhan   Astrakhan 499,00 60,25 559,25
6 12/07   Astrakhan   Astrakhan 512,00 54,02 466,02
7 13/07   Astrakhan   Astrakhan 87,36 74,65 162,01
TOTAL 2 822 1 275 4097

2016Edit

 
Production group car on the stage of the Silk Way Rally 2016


In 2016, after a two-year break, the "Silk Way" got a second wind when China joined the rally organization, hosting most of the stages on its territory. Thus, the rally raid increased its status on the international scene to the rally marathon. The crew of Cyril Despres and David Castera (Peugeot Total team) secured the overall victory; the "KAMAZ-master" team crew led by Ayrat Mardeev won the truck standings


ETAPE DATE START FINISH ALTITUDE, М DISTANCE, КМ
MIN. MX. SS LIAISON TOTAL
1 9/07   Moscow   Kazan 2 852 854
2 10/07   Kazan   Ufa 64 188 136 490 625
3 11/07   Ufa   Kostanay 254 467 200 615 815
4 12/07   Kostanay   Astana 108 378 345 510 856
5 13/07   Astana   Balkhash 408 998 569 253 821
6 14/07   Balkhash   Almaty 336 580 411 445 856
7 16/07   Almaty   Bortala 1072 2575 77 505 582
8 17/07   Bortala   Urumqi 294 471 257 648 905
9 18/07   Urumqi   Hami 58 974 384 335 720
10 19/07   Hami   Dunhuang 553 1916 340 144 484
11[4] 20/07   Dunhuang   Jiayuguan 1376 2508 330 231 561
12 21/07   Jiayuguan]   Alashan 1148 1811 425 242 667
13 22/07   Alashan   Wuhai 1159 1792 367 357 725
14 23/07   Wuhai   Hohhot 1039 1224 261 494 756
15 24/07   Hohhot   Beijing - 508 508
Total 4 105 6 630 10 735
Note: the distances included in the overall standings are highlighted in green , cream is canceled. The actual numbers may differ from the sum of the intermediate numbers, since all the numbers are rounded.

10735 km - total route length 17 days - rally duration, 14 bivouacs 41 countries presented their participants 1,100 participants and team members More than 2,500 people in Europe, Russia and China in the Rally organization 145 Russian and international journalists received permanent accreditation 560 media representatives received temporary accreditation TV reports from the "Silk Way 2016" Rally were broadcast in 196 countries of Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa Bivouac hosted up to 2,200 people daily 550 vehicles arrived daily to the bivouac and went further along the rally route 125 sports crews (102 SUVs and 23 trucks) entered the rally 192 "Assistance" crews 168 cars of organizers to ensure the necessary services operation Up to 15,000 people visited the spectator areas along the rally route every day 16 aircraft 14 auto transporters moved along the rally route

2017Edit

 
On the special stage in China, Silk Way Rally 2017
 
Gobi desert - part of the route of the Silk Way Rally 2017

For the Silk Way Rally of year 2017 the Organization Committee prepared a new route project, which includes the best features of the 6th edition as well as some developments and surprises. The rally will once again take the form of marathon through Russia, Kazakhstan and China, which has proved itself successful last year. Rally caravan will take off to a thrilling and fascinating journey, starting from Moscow Red Square. After two weeks of uncompromising struggle the competitors will finish in Xi’an – the ancient cradle of Chinese civilization and the starting point of Silk Road. Despite the rains that haunted the caravan of participants all the way, the finish in Xi'an took place! The winner was the French crew of Cyril Despres TEAM PEUGEOT TOTAL, and Dmitry Sotnikov won the truck's victory in the team "KAMAZ-master"


ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
SS LIAISON TOTAL
1 8/70   Moscow   Cheboksary 61,43 665,72 726,95
2 9/07   Cheboksary   Ufa 157,00 628,63 785,63
3 10/07   Ufa   Kostanay 329,25 567,14 876,39
4 11/07   Kostanay   Astana 373,22 192,69 908,80
5 12/07   Astana   Semey 484,47 365,07 849,54
6 13/07   Semey   Urdzhar 387,86 209,27 597,13
7 14/07   Urdzhar   Karamay 106,60 306,3 412,90
8 15/07   Karamay   Urumqi 250,37 185,97 436,34
9 17/07   Urumqi   Hami 421,00 392,89 813,89
10 18/07   Hami   Dunhuang 360,28 157,25 517,53
11 19/07   Dunhuang   Jiayuguan 488,65 208,85 783,84
12 20/07   Jiayuguan   Alashan 254,75 229,04 483,79
13 21/07   Alashan   Zhongwei 318,66 236,48 690,31
14 22/07   Zhongwei   Xian 100,67 643,76 716,56
Total 4 094 5 505 9 599
Note: the distances included in the overall standings are highlighted in green , cream is canceled. The actual numbers may differ from the sum of the intermediate numbers, since all the numbers are rounded


2018Edit


The race was held from 15 July – 29 July 2018. The route was planned from Xian (China) to Moscow, in fact, the competition took place only in Russia. From Astrakhan to Moscow – the route of 2018 will definitely set a challenge to each rally competitor. Russian off-road offers the full diversity of terrain: steppe, desert sands, forests and salines.

• The distance of the route of the Silk Way Rally 2018 (Russian part) - 5169 km, 3127 are special stages

• 94 crews took part

• Permanently accredited media - 214

• TV channels - 85

• 196 broadcast countries

• 3,500 people took rally bivouacs daily

• Up to 20,000 people were in spectator areas daily

• 13 aircraft of aviation support (6 aircraft, 7 helicopters)

The Chinese round of competition is about to start in the end of September. Chinese off-road has always attracted the racers, with the sands of Gobi desert, one the world’s highest fixed dunes, beautiful oases and small lakes. In four days rally competitors are to cover 1,600 km, including 800 km of challenging special stages among the boundless sands.

ETAPE DATE START FINISH DISTANCE, КМ
liaison ss liaison total assist
1 21/07 Astrakhan Astrakhan 25,67 311.00 11,30 347,97 0
2 22/07 Astrakhan Elista 99,62 365,50 7,48 472,6 0
3 23/07 Elista Astrakhan 43,37 332,00 100,01 475,38 358
4 24/07 Astrakhan Astrakhan 11,05 366,03 13,50 390,58 0
5 25/07 Astrakhan Volgograd 13,99 443,78 80,11 537,88 442
6 26/07 Volgograd Lipetsk 76,13 317,15 373,50 766,78 645
7 27/07 Lipetsk Moscow 18,79 191,70 286,73 497,22 477
TOTAL 288,62 2327,16 872,63 3488,41 1922
Note: the distances included in the overall standings are highlighted in green , cream is canceled.

The actual numbers may differ from the sum of the intermediate numbers, since all the numbers are rounded


2019Edit

On 6 July 2019 the Rally officially took off from Irkutsk. Racers were proceed for Lake Baikal, the deepest lake on Earth, where the first bivouac gave them shelter. The itinerary discover new exciting locations along the ten stages and special sections in Eastern Siberia, across the Russian taiga forests, Mongolian steppes, Chinese valleys and Gobi dunes. The Finish Ceremony took place on 16 July in the picturesque city of Dunhuang, an oasis surrounded by high dunes. The total distance of the race - 5003,5 kilometers (special stage length – 2589 km), were covered by pilots in ten days. Priority in the itinerary planning was given to shortening road liaisons between special stages (the total length of liaisons over the whole itinerary, as compared to the 2016 edition, has been shortened by 4216 km, and as compared to 2017 – by 3091 km).

Etape Date Start Finish DISTANCE, km
liaison ss liaison Total
1 7 /07   Irkutsk   Baikalsk 71,03 50,87 133 254,9
2 8 /07  Baikalsk   Ulan-Ude 134,57 207,67 67,1 409,34
3 9 /07   Ulan-Ude   Ulaanbaatar 362,07 243 86,28 691,35
4 10 /07  Ulaanbaatar  Ulaanbaatar 3,54 470,19 3,23 476,96
5 11 /07  Ulaanbaatar  Mandalgovi 21,64 337 5,95 364,59
6 12/07  Mandalgobi  Dalanzadgad 1,25 408,17 2,33 411,75
7 13 /07  Dalanzadgad  Bayinbaolige 370 - 181 551
8 14 /07  Bayinbaolige  Alashan 430,37 326,6 29,14 786,11
9 15 /07  Alashan  Jiayuguan 29,17 290,3 181,73 501,2
10 16 /07  Jiayuguan  Dunhuang 96,26 255 205,04 556,3
Total 1519 ,9 2588,8 894,8 5003,5

ResultsEdit

MotoEdit

 
Silk Way Rally 2019, Stage 9, Alashan - Jiayuguan, 15 July, China - Photo SWR
Year Place Number Crew Team Brand Model Group Time
2019 1 6   Sam Sunderland Red Bull KTM Factory Racing KTM KTM 450 Rally 450 26h12m47s
2 29   Andrew Short Husqvarna Husqvarna Husqvarna Rally 450 450 + 20m22s
3 10   Adrien van Beveren
Yamaha Yamaha Yamaha WR450F Rally 450 + 21m01s

QuadsEdit

Year Place Number Crew Team Brand Model Group Time
2019 1 101   Rafal Sonik Sonik rally Team Yamaha Yamaha Raptor 700 Quads 34h18m54s
2 102   Alexander Maximov Troyka Team Yamaha Yamaha YFM 700R 450 1h32m13s

CarsEdit

Year Place Number Crew Team Brand Model Group Time
2009 1 101   Carlos Sainz

  Lucas Cruz Senra

Volkswagen

Motorsport 1

Volkswagen Race Touareg 2 T1.2 24:12:21
2 103   Mark Miller

  Ralph Pitchford

Volkswagen

Motorsport 1

Volkswagen Race Touareg 2 T1.2 24:34:13
3 100   Gianielle Villiers

  Dirk von Zitzcewitz

Volkswagen

Motorsport 1

Volkswagen Race Touareg 2 T1.2 24:40:30
2010 1 100   Carlos Sainz

  Lucas Cruz Senra

Volkswagen

Motorsport 1

Volkswagen Race Touareg 3 T1.2 19:42:02
2 102   Nasser Al-Attiyah

  Timo Gottschalk

Volkswagen

Motorsport 1

Volkswagen Race Touareg 3 T1.2 19:50:29
3 104   Mark Miller

  Ralph Pitchford

Volkswagen

Motorsport 1

Volkswagen Race Touareg 3 T1.2 20:22:24
2011 1 102   Krzysztof Hołowczyc

  Jean-Marc Fortin

Monster Energy

X-raid

BMW X3 CC T1.2 29:11:27
2 100   Stefan Peteransel

  Jean-Paul Cottre

Monster Energy

X-raid

MINI All4 Racing T1.2 31:10:55
3 118   Alexander Zheludov

  Andrey Rudnitsky

Promotechmsport

Rally

Nissan Frontier T1.1 32:36:00
2012 1 102   Boris Gadasin

  Dan Schemel

G-Force

Motorsport

G-Force Proto T1.1 20:03:42
2 109   Bolash Salay

  László Bunkoczi

Opel Dakar Opel Antara RR1 T1.1 20:06:25
3 107   Miroslav Zapletal

  Rafał Marton

OffroadSport Hummer H3 Evo T1.1 20:14:17
2013 1 102   Jean-Louis Schlesser

  Konstantin Zhiltsov

Sonangol

Schlesser

Sonangol

Schlesser

Original T1.3 32:55:35
2 105   Vladimir Vasiliev

  Vitaly Evtekhov

G-Force

Motorsport

G-Force Proto T1.1 33:12:08
3 125   Evgeny Firsov

  Vadim Filatov

PEK:sport Toyota Hilux T1.1 34:43:08
2016 1 104   Cyril Despre

  David Kastera

Peugeot Total Peugeot 2008 DKR T1.4 36:15:18
2 103   Yazid Al-Rajhi

  Timo Gottschalk

X-raid MINI All4 Racing T1.2 36:41:09
3 101   Vladimir Vasilyev

  Konstantin Zhiltsov

G-Energy MINI All4 Racing T1.2 37:05:04
2017 1 100   Cyril Despre

  David Kastera

Peugeot Total Peugeot 3008 DKR T1.4 41:46:25
2 108   Christian LAVIEILLE

  Jean-Pierre GARCIN

BAICMOTOR RACING TEAM BAICmotor BJ2BJ40L1B T1 42:51:04
3 107   Wei HAN

  Liao MIN

GEELY AUTO COOPERTIRES TEAM Geely SMG0RC0028 T1 42:57:54
2018 1 103   Yazid Al-Rajhi

  Timo Gottschalk

X-raid MINI John Cooper Works Rally Team Т1.1 23:49:14
2 101   Nasser Al-Attiyah

  Mathieu_Baumel

QATAR WORLD RALLY TEAM Toyota Hilux T1.2 24:57:26
3 108   Cyril Despre

  Mathieu Serradori

SRT TEAM MCM Origina T1.3 28:56:21
2019 1 201   Nasser Al-Attiyah

  Mathieu_Baumel

QATAR WORLD RALLY TEAM Toyota Hilux T1 24h25m29s
2 208   Wei HAN

  Liao MIN

GEELY AUTO SHELL LUBRICANT TEAM GEELY SMG BUGGY T1 + 1h25m04s
3 212  PELICHET Jérôme

 LARROQUE Pascal

RAID LYNX OPTIMUS T1 + 1h43m39s


TrucksEdit

Year Place Number Crew Team Brand Model Group Time
2009 1 201   Firdaus Kabirov
  Andrey Mokeev
  Anatoly Tanin
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 28:13:52
2 202   Gerard de Rooy
  Tom Kolsul
  Darek Rodewald
De Rooy 2009 Iveco Trakker 4x4 T4.2 29:16:17
3 203   Ales Loprais
  Jaroslav Miskolci
  Milan Holáň
Loprais Tatra Tatra T815-2 4x4 T4.2 29:56:12
2010 1 210   Eduard Nikolaev
  Vyacheslav Mizyukaev
  Vladimir Rybakov
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 22:56:41
2 205   Vladimir Chagin
  Sergey Savostin
  Ildar Saysultanov
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 23:18:49
3 201   Firdaus Kabirov
  Aidar Belyaev
  Andrey Mokeev
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 23:24:42
2011 1 301   Aleš Loprais
  Milan Holáň
  Vojtěch Štajf
Loprais Tatra Tatra T815-2 T4.2 32:23:15
2 305   Firdaus Kabirov
  Andrey Mokeev
  Anatoly Tanin
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 32:39:56
3 318   Andrey Karginov
  Vyacheslav Mizyukaev
  Igor Devyatkin
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 33:01:51
2012 1 301   Ayrat Mardeev
  Aidar Belyaev
  Anton Mirny
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 20:06:25
2 311   Peter Versluis
  Jurgen Damen
  Harry Schuurmans
Eurol VEKA
MAN
MAN TGS 480 4x4 T4.2 20:36:53
3 310   Anton Shibalov
  Robert Amatych
  Ildar Saysultanov
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 21:03:43
2013 1 312   Dmitry Sotnikov
  Vyacheslav Mizyukaev
  Andrey Aferin
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 36:28:25
2 309   Anton Shibalov
  Robert Amatych
  Almaz Hisamiev
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 36:29:29
3 320   Sergey Vyazovich
  Alexander Polishchuk
  Dmitry Vikhrenko
MAZ-SPORTauto МАЗ 5309RR T4.2 37:01:04
2016 1 306   Ayrat Mardeev
  Aidar Belyaev
  Dmitry Svistunov
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 39:23:18
2 300   Dmitry Sotnikov
  Ruslan Ahmadeev
  Ivan Romanov
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 VK T4.2 39:38:46
3 301   Martin van den Brink
  Peter Willemsen
  Daniel Kozlovský
Mammoet
Rallysport
Renault K520 T4.2 39:56:44
2017 1 303   Sotnikov Dmitry
  Akhmadeev Ruslan
  Mustafin Ilnur
KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 43509 T4.2 43:45:38
2 312   Anton Shibalov

  Andrey Mokeev

  Dmitry Nikitin

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326 T4.2 43:51:42
3 300   Ayrat Mardeev

  Aidar Belyaev

  Dmitry Svistunov

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 43269 T4.2 44:08:50
2018 1 309   Andrey Karginov

  Andrey Mokeev

  Igor Leonov

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 43509 T4.2 25:26:12
2 303   Ayrat Mardeev

  Aidar Belyaev

  Akhmet Galyautdinov

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 T4.2 25:44:14
3 306   Anton Shibalov

  Dmitry Nikitin

  Ivan Romanov

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ 4326-9 T4.2 26:29:41
2019 1 303   Anton Shibalov

  Dmitry Nikitin

  Ivan Tatarinov

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ Kamaz 43509 T4 26h01m40s
2 300   Andrey Karginov

  Andrey Mokeev

  Ivan Malkov

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ Kamaz 43509 T4 + 25m22s
3 302   Ayrat Mardeev

  Dmitry Svistunov

  Sergey Krenev

KAMAZ-master KAMAZ Kamaz 43509 T4 + 52m05s

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