Dakar Rally 2023 results today, schedule, dates, time, tickets, live stream on TV

Dakar Rally 2023 results today, schedule, dates, time, tickets, live stream on TV
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Daniel Sanders and Alexandre Giroud concluded the day as standout performers of their respective divisions, giving Saudi Arabian spectators another thrilling day of stage three racing from the 2023 Dakar Rally, know the schedule, results and live stream

The Amaury Sport Organization will be in charge of organizing the 45th Dakar Rally, which is being held in the Saudi Arabia from December 31, 2022, to January 15, 2023. Additionally, it has been reported that this race will, for the second straight year, serve as the World Rally-Raid Championship’s first round.

Dakar Rally 2023 results today, schedule, dates, time, route, tickets, live stream on TV

Dakar Rally 2023 stage three results, upcoming schedule, date, venue, format, race track, & other details

Carlos Sainz, who is attempting to win the Rally-Raid classic for the fourth time, fell far behind his competitors after having to stop twice because of issues with his Audi RS Q e-tron E2. He had a lead of 2m12s over the Toyota driver and defending champion Nasser Al-Attiyah going into the 467km special between Alula and Ha’il. Both drivers had claimed one stage victory each during the first two days of competition in Saudi Arabia, however, Sainz had to stop for the first time at kilometer 213 because the left-rear corner of the hybrid vehicle broke.

Following these bizarre circumstances, Carlos Sainz now faces the daunting task of reducing this deficit suffered due to these problems with his car. On Wednesday, fourth-stage of Dakar Rally will be contested featuring a 573 km track throughout Ha’il and for watching this event in-person, fans can buy their tickets from here.

Stage Race Day Start Finish Total Special
Prologue Saturday 12/31/22 Sea Camp Sea Camp 10 km 10 km
1 Sunday 01/01/23 Sea Camp Sea Camp 603 km 368 km
2 Monday 01/02/23 Sea Camp Al-‘Ula 590 km 431 km
3 Tuesday 01/03/23 Al-‘Ula Ha’il 669 km 447 km
4 Wednesday 01/04/23 Ha’il Ha’il 573 km 425 km
5 Thursday 01/05/23 Ha’il Ha’il 646 km 375 km
6 Friday 01/06/23 Ha’il Ad Dawadimi 876.68 km 466 km
7 Saturday 01/07/23 Ad Dawadimi Ad Dawadimi 641.47 km 473 km
8 Sunday 01/08/23 Ad Dawadimi Riyadh 722.41 km 407 km
THAT Monday 01/09/23 Riyadh THAT Rest day THAT
9 Tuesday 01/10/23 Riyadh Harris 710 km 439 km
10 Wednesday 01/11/23 Harris Shaybah 623 km 114 km
11 Thursday 01/12/23 Shaybah Empty Quarter 426 km 275 km
12 Friday 01/13/23 Empty Quarter Shaybah 375 km 185 km
13 Saturday 01/14/23 Shaybah Al Hofuf 669 km 154 km
14 Sunday 01/15/23 Al Hofuf Dammam 414 km 136 km

2023 Dakar Rally: latest results, winners, & stage four schedule

Australian Daniel Sanders, who won stage three of the bike competition at 2023 Dakar Rally, is in the lead, followed by stage two winner Mason Klein. Although he didn’t win any stages, Argentinian driver Kevin Benavides kept up his steady performance to end the day in third place overall. In the quads division, French driver Alexandre Giroud maintained his lead after taking the third stage ahead of closest challenger Francisco Moreno Flores. Fans feel Giroud will be the clear favorite to win this year after claiming his third victory in four stages.

Stage Bikes Quads Cars Light Proto (T3) UTV (T4) Trucks Classics
Prologue Australia Toby Price France Alexandre Giroud Sweden Mattias Ekström Spain Cristina Gutierrez Lithuania Rokas Baciuška Czech Republic Martin Macík THAT
Stage 1 United States Ricky Brabec Argentina Manuel Andujar Spain Carlos Sainz Chile Francisco Lopez Contardo Poland Eryk Goczał Czech Republic Martin Macík France Jerome Galpin
Stage 2 United States Mason Klein France Alexandre Giroud Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah United States Mitch Guthrie Poland Marek Goczał Czech Republic Ales Loprais Spain Juan Morera
Stage 3 Australia Daniel Sanders France Alexandre Giroud France Guerlain Chicherit United States Austin Jones Brazil Cristiano Batista Czech Republic Martin Macík Stage cancelled

Coverage schedule on Peacock and CNBC:

The 2023 Dakar Rally will be broadcast daily in the United States on NBC Sports from January 1 through January 15, starting at 6:30 p.m. ET on Peacock.  Additionally, CNBC will broadcast three hour-long encore presentations throughout the event on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.

Date Coverage Platform Time (ET)
Sun., Jan 1 Stage 1 – Sea Camp Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Mon., Jan2 Stage 2 – Sea Camp to Alula Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Tues., Jan 3 Stage 3 – Alula to Ha’il Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Wed., Jan 4 Stage 4 – Ha’il Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Thurs., Jan 5 Stage 5 – Ha’il Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Fri., Jan 6 Stage 6 – Ha’il to Al Duwadimi Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Sat., Jan 7 Stages 5 & 6 CNBC* Noon
Sat., Jan 7 Stage 7 – Al Duwadimi Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Sun., Jan 8 Stages 6 & 7 CNBC* 11 a.m.
Sun., Jan 8 Stage 8 – Al Duwadimi to Riyadh Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Mon., Jan 9 Rest Day Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Tues., Jan 10 Stage 9 – Riyadh to Haradh Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Wed., Jan 11 Stage 10 – Haradh to Shaybah Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Thurs., Jan 12 Stage 11 – Shaybah to Empty Quarter Marathon Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Fri., Jan 13 Stage 12 – Empty Quarter Marathon to Shaybah Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Sat., Jan 14 Stage 13 – Shaybah to Al-Hofuf Peacock 6:30 p.m.
Sun., Jan 15 Stages 12 & 13 CNBC* Noon
Sun., Jan 15 Stage 14 – Al-Hofuf to Dammam Peacock 6:30 p.m

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