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Dakar Rally (1979-to date)

1979 – Paris-Dakar (Dec 26 ’78-Jan 14)
Alain Genestier (F)/Joseph Terbiaut (F)-Range Rover

1980 – Paris-Dakar (Jan 1-23)
Freddy Kottulinsky (S)/Gerd Loffelmann (D)-Volkswagen Iltis

1981 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-20)
Rene Metge (F)/Bernard Giroux (F)-Range Rover

1982 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-20)
Claude Marreau (F)/Bernard Marreau (F)-Renault 20

1983 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-20)
Jacky Ickx (B)/Claude Brasseur (F)-Mercedes 280 GE

1984 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-20)
Rene Metge (F)/Dominique Lemoyne (F)-Porsche 911 4×4

1985 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-22)
Patrick Zaniroli (F)/Jean Da Silva (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

1986 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-22)
Rene Metge (F)/Dominique Lemoyne (F)-Porsche 959

1987 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-22)
Ari Vatanen (FIN)/Bernard Giroux (F)-Peugeot 205 T16

1988 – Paris-Algiers-Dakar (Jan 1-22)
Juha Kankkunen (FIN)/Juha Piironen (FIN)-Peugeot 205 T16

1989 – Paris-Tunis-Dakar (Dec 25 ’88-Jan 13)
Ari Vatanen (FIN)/Bruno Berglund (S)-Peugeot 405 T16

1990 – Paris-Tripoli-Dakar (Dec 25 ’89-Jan 16)
Ari Vatanen (FIN)/Bruno Berglund (S)-Peugeot 405 T16

1991 – Paris-Tripoli-Dakar (Dec 29 ’90-Jan 17)
Ari Vatanen (FIN)/Bruno Berglund (S)-Citroën ZX

1992 – Paris-Cape Town (Dec 25 ’91-Jan 8)
Hubert Auriol (F)/Philippe Monnet (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

1993 – Paris-Dakar (Jan 1-16)
Bruno Saby (F)/Dominique Serieys (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

1994 – Paris-Dakar-Paris (Dec 28 ’93-Jan 16)
Pierre Lartigue (F)/Michel Perin (F)-Citroën ZX

1995 – Granada-Dakar (Jan 1-15)
Pierre Lartigue (F)/Michel Perin (F)-Citroën ZX

1996 – Granada-Dakar (Dec 30 ’95-Jan 14)
Pierre Lartigue (F)/Michel Perin (F)-Citroën ZX

1997 – Dakar-Agadez-Dakar (Jan 4-19)
Kenjiro Shinozuka (J)/Henri Magne (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

1998 – Paris-Granada-Dakar (Jan 1-18)
Jean-Pierre Fontenay (F)/Gilles Picard (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

1999 – Granada-Dakar (Jan 1-17)
Jean-Louis Schlesser (F)/Philippe Monnet (F)-Schlesser-Renault

2000 – Dakar-Cairo (Jan 6-23)
Jean-Louis Schlesser (F)/Henri Magne (F)-Schlesser-Renault

2001 – Paris-Dakar (Jan 1-21)
Jutta Kleinschmidt (D)/Andreas Schulz (D)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2002 – Arras-Madrid-Dakar (Dec 28 ’01-Jan 13)
Hiroshi Masuoka (J)/Pascal Maimon (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2003 – Marseille-Sharm el Sheikh (Jan 1-19)
Hiroshi Masuoka (J)/Andreas Schulz (D)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2004 – Clermont-Ferrand-Dakar (Jan 1-7)
Stephane Peterhansel (F)/Jean-Paul Cottret (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2005 – Barcelona-Dakar (Dec 31 ’04-Jan 16)
Stephane Peterhansel (F)/Jean-Paul Cottret (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2006 – Lisbon-Dakar (Dec 31 ’05-Jan 15)
Luc Alphand (F)/Gilles Picard (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2007 – Lisbon-Dakar (Jan 6-21)
Stephane Peterhansel (F)/Jean-Paul Cottret (F)-Mitsubishi Pajero

2008 – EVENT CANCELLED

2009 – Buenos Aires-Valparaiso-Buenos Aires (Jan 3-18)
Giniel de Villiers (ZA)/Dirk von Zitzewitz-Volkswagen Race Touareg

2010 – Buenos Aires-Antofagasta-Buenos Aires (Jan 2-16)
Carlos Sainz (E)/Lucas Cruz (E)-Volkswagen Race Touareg

2011 – Buenos Aires-Arica-Buenos Aires (Jan 1-15)
Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Timo Gottschalk (D)-Volkswagen Race Touareg

2012 – Mar del Plata-Copiapo-Lima (Jan 1-15)
Stephane Peterhansel (F)/Jean-Paul Cottret (F)-All4 Racing Mini #302

2013 – Lima-Buenos Aires-Santiago-Lima (Jan 5-19)
Stephane Peterhansel (F)/Jean-Paul Cottret (F)-All4 Racing Mini #302

2014 – Rosario-Valparaiso (Jan 5-18)
Nani Roma (E)/Michel Perin (F)-All4 Racing Mini #304

2015 – Buenos Aires-Iquique-Buenos Aires (Jan 4-17)
Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT)/Matthieu Baumel (F)-Qatar Rally Team Mini All4 Racing #301

2016 – Buenos Aires-Rosario (Jan 2-16)
Stephane Peterhansel (F)/Jean-Paul Cottret (F)-Peugeot 2008 DKR #302

Total rallies: 37

Winning drivers

6 wins-Stephane Peterhansel
4 wins
-Ari Vatanen
3 wins-Pierre Lartigue, Rene Metge
2 wins-Nasser Al-Attiyah, Hiroshi Masuoka, Jean-Louis Schlesser
1 win-Luc Alphand, Hubert Auriol, Giniel de Villiers, Jean-Pierre Fontenay, Alain Genestier, Jacky Ickx, Juha Kankkunen, Jutta Kleinschmidt, Freddy Kottulinsky, Claude Marreau, Nani Roma, Bruno Saby, Carlos Sainz, Kenjiro Shinozuka, Patrick Zaniroli

Total winning drivers: 22

Winning nationalities

Belgium-1 driver (Ickx)
Finland-2 drivers (Kankkunen, Vatanen)
France-11 drivers (Alphand, Auriol, Fontenay, Genestier, Lartigue, Marreau, Metge, Peterhansel, Saby, Schlesser, Zaniroli)
Germany-1 driver (Kleinschmidt)
Japan-2 drivers (Masuoka, Shinozuka)
Qatar-1 driver (Al-Attiyah)
South Africa-1 driver (de Villiers)
Spain-2 drivers (Roma, Sainz)
Sweden-1 driver (Kottulinsky)

Total winning nationalities: 9

Winning co-drivers

6 wins-Jean-Paul Cottret
4 wins-Michel Perin
3 wins
-Bruno Berglund
2 wins-Bernard Giroux, Dominique Lemoyne, Henri Magne, Philippe Monnet, Gilles Picard, Andreas Schulz
1 win-Matthieu Baumel, Claude Brasseur, Lucas Cruz, Jean Da Silva, Timo Gottschalk, Gerd Loffelmann, Pascal Maimon, Bernard Marreau, Juha Piironen, Dominique Serieys, Joseph Terbiaut, Dirk von Zitzewitz

Total winning co-drivers: 21

Winning nationalities

Finland-1 co-driver (Piironen)
France-14 co-drivers (Baumel, Brasseur, Cottret, Da Silva, Giroux, Lemoyne, Magne, Maimon, Marreau, Monnet, Perin, Picard, Serieys, Terbiaut)
Germany-4 co-drivers (Gottschalk, Loffelman, Schulz, Zitzewitz)
Spain-1 co-driver (Cruz)
Sweden-1 co-driver (Berglund)

Total winning nationalities: 5

Winning manufacturers

12 wins-Mitsubishi
5 wins-Peugeot
4 wins-Citroen, Mini, Volkswagen
2 wins-Porsche, Range Rover, Schlesser
1 win-Mercedes, Renault

Total wins: 37 by 10 manufacturers