• 29ª Baja Portalegre 500


    22 a 24 de Outubro de 2015
  • Baja TT Idanha-a-Nova


    11 e 12 de Setembro de 2015
  • Baja TT Proença / Mação / Oleiros


    20 e 21 de Junho de 2015
  • Baja Cidade Europeia do Desporto


    30 e 21 de Maio de 2015
  • Rali TT Vinhos Carmim


    1 e 2 de Maio de 2015
  • Baja TT Rota do Douro


    27 e 28 de Março

quinta-feira, 20 de julho de 2017

Nani Roma testou Yamaha de Rui Oliveira no Azeméis Super TT

Rui Oliveira participou juntamente com Nani Roma e Filipe Campos no Azeméis Super TT, o evento organizado para fecho da primeira metade da temporada de 2017 do Campeonato Nacional de Todo-o-Terreno.

 O espanhol, piloto com créditos mundiais firmados na modalidade, juntamente com o consagrado piloto português foram os convidados de honra incumbidos de testarem as principais motos do CNTT entre as quais figurava a Yamaha WR do piloto da CRN Competition que já participou em duas edições do Rali Dakar e que no momento ocupa o segundo lugar na Classe TT3 do Campeonato Nacional.

 Neste grande evento da modalidade que decorreu no passado fim de semana em Oliveira de Azeméis e que levou até à cidade centenas de visitantes, tendo reunido perto de meia centena de pilotos, foram testadas quatro motos, um quad e cinco SSV, daquele que é considerado por muitos, entre os quais Stephane Peterhansel, o melhor campeonato de todo-o-terreno da Europa e ao qual não faltaram os principais campeões nacionais da modalidade.

 Rui Oliveira destaca a qualidade da organização do evento e refere que ”gostei muito. Quero aproveitar para dar os parabéns à organização pela iniciativa que considero que ter sido muito importante porque permite levar a modalidade até ao público. É sempre um prazer enorme ver pilotos com a experiência que o Filipe e o Nani possuem a experimentar as nossas máquinas e ficarem com boas sensações depois disso”.

 A Rui Oliveira e a muitos outros pilotos do CNTT como Sebastian Bühler, Mário Patrão, o já campeão Quad 2017 Arnaldo Martins, o atual campeão SSV João Dias, Bruno Martins que lidera a classificação SSV do CNTT, Dorothee Ferreira, a francesa que lidera a competição feminina e o consagrado Ruben Faria agora a correr de SSV; juntaram-se diversos convidados tais como Nuno Matos, campeão auto 2016, Lourenço Barão da Veiga, Francisco Guedes, Lígia Albuquerque e diversas figuras VIP que muito animaram o evento.

2017 SWR: Both MINI John Cooper Works Rally vehicles in the top 10


· Menzies fourth in the overall standings, Al-Rajhi tenth 

· Two days to go to the finish in Xi’an 

For the X-raid Team, the 2017 rally represents a rollercoaster of emotions. Yesterday, Bryce Menzies and Pete Mortensen (both USA) succeeded in working their way up to second position in the overall standings but today, they lost a lot of time in the dunes and dropped back to fourth. Nonetheless, they aren’t ready to give up. “We still are close behind,” says Menzies. “ Tomorrow there will be more dunes and don’t forget the special stage on Saturday.” Meanwhile, Yazeed Al-Rajhi (KSA) and Tom Colsoul (BEL) worked their way up to 10th place in the overall standings, yesterday.

 12 of the 14 stages from Moscow, Russia, to Xi’an, China, have been contested and despite his long cross-county rallying break, Menzies still is a factor in the battle for the positions on the podium. Yesterday he even worked his way up to second overall by finishing fourth in the stage but today’s special stage was one of the most difficult ones of the event and Menzies had to cope with it as a day of learning. “We lost our way in the enormously high dunes and needed ages for finding a waypoint,” he revealed. “ Afterwards we got stuck on the summit of a dune. Later on we went over another dune and found the other cars but at that point in time we already had lost too much time.” So, he finished 10th in the stage.

 Al-Rajhi and Colsoul finished third, yesterday, just two minutes behind the stage winners. “Things went really well for us but unfortunately, we had a tyre damage in the closing stages,” Al-Rajhi said. Today, the pairing worked for the team and waited in the opening stages for Menzies. Later, the Saudi got stuck for a short time and fell behind. “After CP two I saw Bryce behind us and stopped to then follow him,” explained Al-Rajhi who finished sixth, today. “Later in the dunes I got stuck for a short time and afterwards, I didn’t see him again. “Many competitors got stuck, today. It was a really difficult stage.” As many other competitors also had their problems, Al-Rajhi and Colsoul suddenly held the lead in the special stage. “I just didn’t know what was going on,” admitted Colsoul. “We were following the tracks of other cars and all of the sudden it was up to us to find the path.” Now other competitors followed the track of Al-Rajhi thus having the opportunity to gain time.

 Tomorrow, the field will have to contest the penultimate stage of the 2017 Silk Way Rally. The stage will take the competitors and service crews from Alxa Youqi to Zhongwei. Another stage that features high and demanding dunes. On the final day, the Silk Way Rally armada will drive to Xi’an and the 100-kilometre special stage once again will feature sandy sections and smaller dunes.

 Overall standings after stage 12:

1. C. Despres (FRA) / D. Castera (FRA) Peugeot – 36h 31m 47s
2. W. Han (CHN) / L. Min (CHN) SMG Buggy – 37h 15m 09s
3. C. Lavieille (FRA) / J.-P. Garcin (FRA) Baicmotor – 37h 18m 24s
4. B. Menzies (USA) / P. Mortensen (USA) MINI John Cooper Works Rally – 38h 07m 28s

11. Y. Al-Rajhi (KSA) / T. Colsoul (BEL) MINI John Cooper Works Rally – 40h 46m 30s

Gerard de Rooy alcança o melhor resultado da equipa na 11ª Etapa

Chefe de equipa Gerard De Rooy termina Etapa 11 na 7ª posição, sendo o melhor do Team PETRONAS De Rooy IVECO.

 O co-piloto espanhol Marco Ferran Alcayna passou do IVECO Trakker de Van Genugten para o Powerstar de Ardavichus, substituindo Serge Bruynens, navegador que sofreu uma lesão. Bart De Gooyert é o novo co-piloto de Van Genugten.

 A 11ª Etapa do Silk Way Rally 2017 disputou-se entre Dunhuang e Jiayuguan, na extremidade ocidental da Grande Muralha, na véspera das duas especiais consideradas como as mais agradáveis, mas também as mais difíceis, de toda a prova.

 Aos comandos do seu IVECO Powerstar nº 302, Gerard De Rooy saiu para a pista atrás dos seus companheiros mas viria a cruzar a linha de meta a apenas 5m45s do mais rápido na Especial e como melhor representante da equipa. “O nosso camião está finalmente muito bom, pelo que tivemos uma Especial limpa, sem paragens nem problemas”, explicou Moises “Moi” Torrallardona, o experiente navegador de De Rooy. “Por vezes mais rápida e outras vezes mais lenta, a Especial mostrou-se suave no início e mais difícil no final, mas gostamos muito. Agora vamos abordar as grandes dunas da Etapa de amanhã, sendo que o Gerard é um dos melhores pilotos na areia e o camião está OK”. Apesar do bom resultado, o líder da equipa ocupa a 14ª posição da Geral. 

Entretanto houve uma mudança importante na tripulação do Powerstar nº 310 de Artur Ardavichus: devido a uma pressão num nervo,d ecorrente de um impacto violento numa Especial, Serge Bruynkens, o seu habitual co-piloto belga teve de abandonar a prova. Marco Ferran Alcayna, até aqui navegador de Ton Van Genugten, substituiu-o e acompanhará Ardavichus até final da prova. O holandês Bart De Gooyert juntar-se-á a Ton Van Genugten e ao especialista Bernard Der Kinderen a bordo do IVECO Trakker nº 306.

“Tal como ontem, a Especial de hoje foi muito técnica, rápida e irregular. Lamento o problema físico que forçou o Serge a abandonar a corrida antes do final, algo que, infelizmente, faz parte do jogo,” explicou Ardavichus, piloto do Cazaquistão, ele que terminou esta 11ª etapa na 8ª posição, a apenas 14s de De Rooy. Mantém, assim, o 5º lugar da Geral com uma boa vantagem de mais de mais hora sobre o Kamaz de Eduard Nikolaev.

 Já Van Genugten conduziu o seu IVECO Trakker mais lentamente na primeira parte da Especial para testar o entrosamento da sua nova tripulação, para, em seguida, ganhar velocidade. “Desenvolvemos rapidamente uma boa relação com o Bart, mecânico e co-piloto, e isso permitiu-nos fazer a nossa corrida da melhor maneira.”

Hoje, dia 20 de Julho, disputa-se uma das duas Especiais mais difíceis, entre Jiayuguan e Alashan, composta por belas dunas no início e mais para o final. A navegação irá desempenhar um papel importante neste dia onde estarão representados todos os tipos de terrenos, mas os pilotos precisarão de demonstrar os seus melhores dotes de condução ao longo dos 254,75 km da Especial, numa etapa que totaliza 483,79 km.

 Classificação Geral (provisória) – Silk Way Rally 2017, após a 11ª Etapa

1. Dmitry Sotnikov (Kamaz) 33h58m25s
2. Anton Shibalov (Kamaz) +14m54s
3. Martin Kolomy (Tatra) +29m23s
4. Airat Mardeev (Kamaz) +31m59s
5. Artur Ardavichus (IVECO) + 1h54m59s
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9. Ton Van Genugten (IVECO) +8h33m26s
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14. Gerard De Rooy (IVECO) + 215h28m34s

PEUGEOT DKR KEEPS PUSHING WITH TWO DAYS TO GO ON SILK WAY RALLY

• With just two days to go, Cyril Despres/David Castera keep fighting to maintain their healthy 45-minute overall lead over their closest pursuers on the Silk Way Rally, with teammates Stéphane Peterhansel/Jean-Paul Cottret watching their backs carefully.

 • The leading duo aboard the Peugeot DKR #100 had a scare on today’s 12th stage, when they got stuck on a sand dune and, a couple of kilometres later, lost power steering, meaning they were classified eighth-fastest on the stage. This cost them 20m30s on the stage but only 11m to their closest pursuer in second place overall. The Peugeot DKR #106 driven by Stephane Peterhansel was able to offer assistance, limiting the time loss on the stage, and was classified 10th on the stage. Another example of great team work, with team spirit high in the final push to the finish.

 • Tonight at the bivouac, the Team Peugeot Total mechanic crew will take extra care of the cars while the drivers will get some deserved rest, gather their strength and focus on another extremely tricky day over complex sand dunes tomorrow.

 QUOTE / UNQUOTE

 Bruno Famin, Peugeot Sport Director / Team Peugeot Total Manager “While it’s not of any big concern in the overall picture, today’s incident showed that anything can still happen on this rally. Although Cyril dropped close to 20 minutes on the stage, he only dropped 11 minutes to the second-placed driver, as there were problems behind him as well. Obviously it was good that Stephane was running just behind Cyril, which shows our great team spirit: as well as the practical help that he can offer, it’s also psychologically comforting when you’re leading to know that your team mate is close by. From our point of view, we need to figure out why Cyril experienced a power steering failure too: he has sore arms and hands now, but the car was able to keep going and he will be fine for tomorrow after a good rest.” 

Cyril DESPRES, Team Peugeot Total Driver 8th of stage 12 (cars) / 1st overall “It’s never over, is it? We had a hydraulic leak that meant that our jacks and power steering didn’t work when we got stuck. Normally we would have lost only a minute or so but we stopped and tried to fix it. All four of us – myself, David, Stephane and Jean-Paul – worked hard to find a solution but in the end we didn’t manage to: it’s not so easy in the middle of the desert. There were around 45 kilometres of dunes left to go and our only option was then just to drive to the finish. The car weighs around a tonne and a half, so driving it without power steering is far from easy. My arms and hands are sore but I’m very happy to be here now. And I already know that the Team Peugeot Total mechanics have a solution for this problem. It was really stressful as I knew that if we had another problem we could be stuck for hours. Honestly, it was one of the toughest days of my whole career. I’m looking forward to starting on a clean page tomorrow.” 

Stéphane PETERHANSEL, Team Peugeot Total Driver 10th of stage 12 (cars) / 6th overall (cars) “Everything was going well until Cyril got stuck on top of a dune. We stopped to help him and it wouldn’t have been a big problem, but I think the thing is that during the process of using the jack, which runs off the same hydraulic system as the power steering, the power steering somehow got damaged. And then, if you have no power steering in one of these cars, it’s a big problem. So, we stayed behind him to make sure that he got through last 50 kilometres of the stage with no more problems. I am happy to help make sure a Peugeot will reach Xi’an on top. Apart from that, it was a very beautiful stage, typical of those I really like in rally raid.” 

DID YOU KNOW?

The Silk Way was originally a network of trading routes connecting Asia to Europe, named because of the silk (and horse) trading that took place along it. The route has its origins in around 250 BC and was extremely important for international trade.

 TOMORROW’S STAGE 12

The penultimate leg of the Silk Way Rally, from Alxa Youqi to Zhongwei, could provide the sting in the tail, as it’s known as ‘the Cathedral of Dunes’. The special stage distance of 318.66 kilometres is split into two sections, with tricky navigation and technical dunes. The crews won’t get the chance to admire the scenery, but it’s also one of the most picturesque days of the whole rally.

João Rebelo Martins anfitrião do Azeméis Super TT

Yamaha do piloto oliveirense testado por Nani Roma

O piloto natural de Oliveira de Azeméis, João Rebelo Martins, que este ano se estreou aos comandos de Yamaha YXZ 1000 RSS, depois de em 2016 ter sido vencedor do Desafio Polaris Ace, foi o anfitrião do Azeméis Super TT, grande evento de promoção do CNTT que reuniu perto de meia centena de pilotos, incluindo os campeões da modalidade, bem como as especiais presenças de Nani Roma, Filipe Campos e Nuno Matos, convidados de honra da iniciativa.

 O Yamaha de João Rebelo Martins foi uma das máquinas do CNTT testadas por Nani Roma, piloto com créditos mundiais firmados no todo-o-terreno, que juntamente o consagrado Filipe Campos testarem ainda quatro motos, um quad e mais quatro SSV, neste evento que levou até à cidade de Oliveira de Azeméis centenas de visitantes.

 Foi uma oportunidade única de ver, não só um piloto de reconhecidos créditos mundiais, como também mais de três dezenas de máquinas a evoluírem ao longo de dois dias em três troços especialmente preparados para o efeito, daquele que é considerado por muitos, entre os quais Stephane Peterhansel, o melhor campeonato de todo-o-terreno da Europa.

 João Rebelo Martins teve a oportunidade de colocar convidados e público em contacto com o melhor que Oliveira de Azeméis tem para oferecer: a gastronomia, as paisagens e toda a envolvência desta mística das competições TT que faz as delícias dos aficionados da modalidade, dinamiza e anima a cidade.

  “Foi para mim uma enorme satisfação poder estar tão envolvido nesta ação que decorreu na cidade onde nasci e vivo. Foi com enorme prazer que me envolvi no evento. Ter a possibilidade de mostrar o que Oliveira de Azeméis tem para oferecer é para mim um orgulho enorme e, também por isso não podia estar mais satisfeito com o evento. Poder regressar ao volante do meu Yamaha também foi ótimo depois de dois meses e meio de paragem”, revela o piloto oliveirense que teve de abandonar as três provas iniciais do Campeonato devido a problemas mecânicos e a um acidente que na prova de Loulé, o impediu de continuar quando liderava a categoria TT2. “Estou muito satisfeito por ter andado com o Nani Roma, o Filipe Campos e o Nuno Matos, foi uma experiência única. Por fim, quero também agradecer a todos os que tornaram este evento possível e que contribuiram para o seu sucesso. Agradeço à Câmara Municipal, aos Bombeiros, à GNR, ao Caima Radical, ao Moto Club "Os Últimos", ao Rotaract e Interact Club de Oliveira de Azeméis, a todos os voluntários e lojistas”, acrescenta João Rebelo Martins.

 No Azemeís Super TT para além de alguns dos principais pilotos do CNTT, tais como: Mário Patrão, Sebastian Bühler, o já campeão Quad 2017 Arnaldo Martins, o atual campeão SSV João Dias, Bruno Martins que lidera a classificação SSV do CNTT, Dorothee Ferreira, a francesa que lidera a competição feminina e o consagrado Ruben Faria agora a correr de SSV; estiveram diversos convidados, entre eles: Lourenço Barão da Veiga, Francisco Guedes, Lígia Albuquerque e diversas figuras VIP que muito animaram o evento.

quarta-feira, 19 de julho de 2017

PEUGEOT CLAIMS SIXTH ONE-TWO STAGE FINISH AT SILK WAY RALLY TODAY

• After stage 11 of the Silk Way Rally, Cyril Despres has gained few more minutes on his overall lead of the Silk Way Rally while his team mate Stephane Peterhansel won the stage. Despres was second, making it another one-two finish for the Peugeot DKR and the ninth stage victory from 11 days of competition.

 • Both the Peugeots ran reliably today again, at speeds of up to 190kph, in a varied mixture of race conditions including dusty tracks and wide canyons. After already completing 7442 kilometres with no mechanical issues, Peugeot Sport’s engineers are gathering vital information to be used on next year’s Dakar.

 • The Silk Way Rally is now approaching its closing stages with only three days of action left to go. However, the stages coming up are among the most complex and challenging of the entire rally. 

Stéphane Peterhansel, Team Peugeot Total Driver Winner of stage 11 / 6th overall (cars) “Today’s stage was fine but really one of two halves for us: at the beginning we had some dust and then we were able to pass some cars and run in clean air for the second part of the stage, which was obviously much easier. The final 50 kilometres were really fun: wide gravel tracks with a little bank on either side so you could really slide the car and enjoy yourself. Tomorrow works out quite well for us strategically. With Cyril starting only two minutes behind us, we won't have to wait long for him to catch up and then we can drive together, which is always better in this situation, where he is leading.” 

Cyril DESPRES, Team Peugeot Total Driver0 2nd of stage 11 / 1st overall “I took it fairly carefully today. As it has been the case for a couple of days now, we had a few corners in succession and a few junctions but there was nothing too tricky or rough or dangerous. So, it was a good stage that we were able to cover quite quickly, with no navigation errors. I feel reasonably relaxed and everything is going well up to now. I’m really enjoying the driving with the Peugeot DKR, we’re able to attack and the notes are coming naturally. We just have to carry on like this.” 

DID YOU KNOW?

In order to help tackle the sand dunes, the crew can control tyre pressures from the cockpit of the Peugeot DKR. By lowering the pressures, the tyre presents more surface area to the ground and increases traction: particularly useful on obstacles such as sand dunes. Then, when running normally, the tyre can be re-inflated from the cockpit to standard pressures.

 TOMORROW’S STAGE 12

Tomorrow’s stage, which is 254 kilometres in length, is far from the longest but almost certainly one of the hardest of the entire rally. There are complex sand dunes at both the beginning and the end of the stage, where it’s easy to get stuck. Linking the two sandy sections is a fast gravel road. These classic rally raid conditions call for extreme skill from both driver and co-driver. Starting the day in Jiayuguan, the crews will end up in Alashan Youqi.

terça-feira, 18 de julho de 2017

2017 SWR: Team X-raid pairings finish second and third

· Al-Rajhi and Menzies secure second and third positions in SS10 

· Menzies still third in the overall standing

 The 10th stage of the Silk Way Rally, from Hami to Dunhuang, made for high spirits at the X-raid team. Yazeed Al-Rajhi (KSA) and Tom Colsoul (BEL) finished the special stage with their MINI John Cooper Works Rally in second position, with their US-American team-mates, Bryce Menzies und Pete Mortensen following right behind in third. With this result, Menzies and Mortensen did not only defend their third place in the overall standing but also closed in on their second-placed rivals. Meanwhile, Al-Rajhi and Colsoul kept on working their way up and hold the 11th place in the overall standings.

 The ninth stage however didn’t run well for Menzies and Mortensen. “At the beginning, in the dunes, we were really fast,” says Menzies. “We could close in on Despres but then, we unfortunately had a slow puncture. Afterwards we lost our way what cost us a lot of time. And in the end we were stopped once again by a second puncture.” Due to all these incidents, the X-raid pairing had to settle for finishing 10th in the stage and consequently, they had to start into stage 10 behind several trucks. “The opening stages were technical but then we lost a lot of time behind two trucks,” reveals Menzies. “When we finally succeeded in passing them there was no traffic and we could make up for the lost time. With 90 more kilometres to go, however we closed in on another truck and due to the dust it proved to be impossible to pass it.” Nonetheless, the US-American pairing finished third, thus securing a good initial position for tomorrow.

 Al-Rajhi also encountered a difficult ninth stage as his vehicle temporarily overheated, due to the high temperatures and so, he and Colsoul finished ninth. But the bad day was followed by a very good one. “Things went really well today,” the Saudi beamed in the evening. He delivered despite a problem with the power-steering system – that didn’t represent a major handicap – and “Around special-stage half-time we closed in on an opponent and got stuck in his dust.” None the less, Al-Rajhi and Colsoul finished second, just 46 seconds behind the stage winners.

 On the forthcoming two days, the Silk Way Rally will take the field at first from Dunhuang to Jiayuguan and then to Alxa Youqi. Tomorrow, the stage will begin with dunes that later will be followed by technical sections before it’s back to the sand. And on the day after tomorrow, the field once again will have to cope with the dunes of the Gobi Desert.

 Silk Way Rally - Overall result after Stage 10:

1. C. Despres (FRA) / D. Castera (FRA) Peugeot – 29h 58m 01s
2. W. Han (CHN) / L. Min (CHN) SMG Buggy – 30h 45m 39s
3. B. Menzies (USA) / P. Mortensen (USA) MINI John Cooper Works Rally – 30h 49m 22s

11. Y. Al-Rajhi (KSA) / T. Colsoul (BEL) MINI John Cooper Works Rally – 34h 22m 24s

Segunda etapa na China muito dura para o Team PETRONAS De Rooy IVECO

Foi uma longa jornada para o Team PETRONAS De Rooy: 813,89 km entre Urumqi e Hami, com 421 km cronometrados em dunas e pisos duros e pedregosos. O piloto cazaque Artur Ardavichus alcançou, mais uma vez, o melhor resultado para a equipa, sendo o 7º mais rápido na Etapa de ontem com o seu IVECO Powerstar

 Depois de um merecido dia de descanso em Urumqi, no Domingo passado, o Team PETRONAS de Rooy IVECO voltou ontem (segunda-feira) à acção nesta edição 2017 do Silk Way Rally. Artur Ardavichus deixou o bivouac bem cedo pela manhã, pelas 07h36, saindo à frente dos seus colegas de equipa.

 Conduzindo cautelosamente o seu IVECO Powerstar, terrminou a 9ª Etapa, entre Urumqi e Hami, numa posição bastante confortável. À chegada referiu: “Foi uma jornada muito dura. A Etapa foi muito difícil, com dunas e muitas pedras. Para chegar ao fim foi preciso conduzir não muito depressa mas também não muito devagar. De outra forma, acho que nem todos os camiões tinham chegado ao final da Etapa.” O novo piloto da equipa mantém-se firme no 5º posto da Classificação Geral.

 O chefe da equipa Gerard De Rooy cortou a linha de chegada na 10ª posição: “Infelizmente, logo 2 quilómetros após a partida partimos um amortecedor, mas tentámos continuar. Nas dunas tivemos um furo e perdemos imenso tempo, pois a areia era muito mole e tornou tudo mais difícil. Amanhã [nota: hoje, 3ª Feira] vamos tentar fazer um bom tempo a caminho da próxima zona de dunas.” O Powerstar nº 302 de De Rooy ocupa a 14ª posição da geral provisória.

 A 9ª Etapa também foi muito dura para o terceiro piloto do Team PETRONAS De Rooy IVECO, o holandês Ton Van Genugten. Ao volante do seu camião Trakker, acompanhado de Marco Alcaya Ferran e Bernard den Kinderen, terminou o dia no 12º lugar e manteve o seu 8º lugar na geral. Nesta Etapa, Van Geugten conduziu com bastante precaução e perdeu algum tempo para ajudar De Rooy a mudar um pneu.

 A Etapa de hoje, dia 18 de Julho, é a terceira em solo chinês e começa com pisos bastante rápidos. Depois, as pistas tornam-se mais técnicas e lentas, com muitas mudanças de direcção. Nas Grutas de Mogao, famosas pelas suas “492 capelas”, os concorrentes encontram secções bastante rápidas enquadradas numa paisagem deslumbrante. Ao longo da parte final da Etapa, a pista segue ao longo de lago seco e não se encontra sempre bem visível, pelo que é fácil sair do percurso se não forem seguidas correctamente as notas de navegação. A Etapa tem 513,53 km, dos quais 360,28 cronometrados.

 Classificação Geral (provisória) – Silk Way Rally 2017, após a 9ª Etapa

1. Dmitry Sotnikov (Kamaz) 27h50m00s
2. Anton Shibalov (Kamaz) +14m27s
3. Airat Mardeev (Kamaz) +26m30s
4. Martin Kolomy (Tatra) +31m30s
5. Artur Ardavichus (IVECO) +1h43m59s
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8. Ton Van Genugten (IVECO) +7h52m23s
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14. Gerard De Rooy (IVECO) +214h56m39s