(cze) 1.79m / 84kg


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2021: Ab.
2020: 54th
2019: 34th
2018: 39th

2021: Baja Aragon (Ab.)
2020: Andalucia Rally (22nd)
2018: Baja Aragon (7th), Hungarian Baja (3rd), Baja Poland (4th), Rallye du Maroc (13th)
2017: Merzouga Rally (Ab.), Baja Aragon (12th), Hungarian Baja (3rd)
2013: Czech Supercross MX2 Championship (1st)
2007: Red Bull MX of Nations (14th)
2004: Czech Motocross Championship 125ccm (1st), Czech Supercross Championship 125ccm (1st), Brno Supercross (2nd)
2003: World Championship with SRS Honda Team, 125cc Championship (2nd)
2002: Czech Supercross Championship 125ccm (1st), Italian Supercross Bergamo (3rd), World Championship Russia (16th)
2001: Czech Motocross Championship 125ccm (1st)
2000: Czech Supercross Championship 125ccm (1st), Czech Motocross Championship 125ccm (1st)
1999: Rondo Supercross (3rd), Czech Supercross Championship (2nd)
1996: USA GFI Series 80 CC (1st), multiple Czech champion in 80cc motocross


“It's selfish, but I'm the only one on the bike”

Jan Brabec is the definition of a rider who never lets adversity get in his way. The 38-year-old Czech has had some spectacular crashes in recent years, but he always seems to find a way to line up on the Dakar. He suffered seven broken bones and internal bleeding after a training accident in Tunisia in June 2019 -the “biggest crash” of his long motorsport career -but still made it to Saudi Arabia for Dakar 2020, finishing in 54th place. In 2021, he had a nasty spill at Baja Aragon, suffering more internal bleeding in the helicopter ride to the hospital -and yet again, he has defied expectations by recovering in time for the world's biggest rally. Jan has serious racing pedigree; he is a 10-time Czech champion in motocross and supercross, having got his first BMX at age four and spent over 25 years competing at home and abroad. He made his Dakar debut in 2018, although his best result (34th in 2019) perhaps doesn't reflect his true abilities, especially considering he was handed a nine-hour penalty that year for a navigation mistake. This will be Dakar number five for the “lone survivor”, who has mixed it up with some of the top contenders in the past, and says he is back to full fitness ahead of this 44th edition.

“In July I had a fall at the World Cup rally in Spain, it was purely my mistake. And in the helicopter I unfortunately collapsed due to internal bleeding. The doctor told me I wouldn’t make the Dakar. I said to myself, ‘I'll try to do everything I can to start, for myself.' It's been about four months since I got out of the hospital. I'm doing this for myself and my family, who are always behind me. I'm going to take the risk and I'm going to take the pain. So I have to thank myself! I know it's selfish, but I'm the only one on the bike. I'm now completely fit and I can’t wait for the first stage! Believe in yourself and the impossible.”




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