Carlos Sainz, Lucas Cruz And Their Peugeot 3008DKR Maxi

After 8793 kilometres of dunes, mountain passes, rocky tracks and assorted hazards through Peru, Bolivia and Argentina, the crew of Carlos Sainz/Lucas Cruz have given the PEUGEOT 3008DKR Maxi a magnificent victory on the 40th Dakar Rally.


The Peugeot 3008DKR Maxi In Charge At The Front

On this challenging stage for the cars, the longest of the rally at 522 kilometres, Team PEUGEOT Total managed the situation perfectly to defend its lead.

Status Quo On Dakar Rally As Peugeot Strengthens

 With three days of competitive action now remaining on the Dakar, Team PEUGEOT Total continues to hold first and second after today’s 280-kilometre stage: one of the shorter ones on the menu for this year.


Peterhansel Scores Another Dakar Stage Win For Peugeot

 After the cancellation of yesterday’s stage, the competitive action on the Dakar Rally resumed in Argentina with a 372-kilometre special stage from Salta to Belén.



On the second part of the marathon stage on this year’s Dakar Rally, competitors embarked on 498 competitive kilometres (including the highest point of the rally at 4786 metres), all without the usual preparation offered by overnight service.

Stage Win For Carlos Sainz In Another Peugeot

Today was a long stretch behind the wheel for the crews, as the Dakar Rally entered the demanding high-altitude stages of Bolivia, en route to the country’s capital, on very different roads to those seen so far.

Another Dakar Stage Win For Peugeot But Loeb/Elena

Contrasting fortunes on the Dakar today for Team PEUGEOT Total: the squad is first and second overall after the longest day of the rally, after taking a third consecutive win on a punishing fifth stage.

The Peugeot 3008DKR Maxi n°308 Of Despres/Castera Fights On!

 Following damage sustained on stage 4, the n°308 PEUGEOT 3008DKR Maxi can now continue the 2018 Dakar thanks to an all-night effort to get it back on the road, which involved the entire team.