How to follow the Dakar in 2022?


The 44th edition of the Dakar will start on January 1, 2022, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Here’s how to follow this legendary race!

The 44th edition from Dakar come ! From saturday January 1, 2022, the legendary rally-raid race will start in Saudi Arabia.

Do you want to follow the race? Here is the TV schedule!

The Dakar on France 4

It’s every night from 7:45 p.m. (except Sunday January 2 and 9 at 7:20 p.m.). You will be able to follow 40 minutes live in and around the race!

Le Journal du Dakar on France 3

Also every evening, from 20h45. The unmissable event to know everything about race news, from results and rankings.

Bivouac in France 2

Unmissable event every evening in the second part of the evening. The whole team will set off for the heart of the bivouac, to tell the great stories that make up the Dakar. The best moments of the day’s stage will be relived in long, large-format summaries.

The digital francetvsport offer

All the live broadcasts and replays of the broadcasts devoted to the rally will be available simultaneously on the france.tv site and the francetvsport application. All the videos, analyzes and the best extracts of the steps to follow on france.tv and the francetvsport application. All the results, the information in real time, the live tracker to follow all the categories of vehicles will be found on the site and the application francetvsport.

Dakar routes and participants

For the 44th edition of the biggest rally-raid in the world, this is the third time in a row that it will take place entirely in Saudi Arabia.

However, this did not prevent the organizers from offering a 60-70% renewed route.

Competitors will have a total of 12 steps to decide, until the arrival on Friday January 14th. They will have close to 8 375 km to go, with a little more than half that will be timed (approximately 4,258 km).

The 578 vehicles present at the start will be divided between different categories: 149 motorcycles, 97 autos, 58 trucks, 21 quads, 44 T3, 61 T4 and 148 others will participate in the Dakar Classic (cars and trucks).

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