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2021: Motos/ Abandono. 1 victoria de etapa
2020: Motos/ 4º. 2 victorias de etapa.
2019: Motos/ 8º
2018: Motos/ 10º
2016: Motos/ abandono etapa 5.

2021: 3º en el Sonora Rally de México, 1º en el Atacama Rally de Chile, 10º en el Rally de Marruecos.
2020: 21º en la categoría Motos del Rally Andalucía
2019: 6º en el Campeonato del Mundo FIM de Rallies Cross Country: 3º en la Gral. de Motos de Abu Dhabi; 11º en la Gral. de Motos del Silk Way, 9º en la Gral. de Motos del Atacama Rally y 11º en la Gral. de Motos del Rally de Marruecos. 2º en el Campeonato del Mundo Junior de Rallies Cross Country: 2º en Abu Dhabi, 4º en Silk Way, 1º en Atacama Rally y 2º en el Rally de Marruecos.
2018: 9º en el Campeonato del Mundo FIM de Rallies Cross Country: 8º en la General de Motos de Abu Dhabi; 8º en la General de Motos del Rally Merzouga; 7º en la General de Motos del Atacama Rally, 8º en el Rally de Marruecos; compitió en el Desafío Ruta 40.
2016: Campeón Junior FIM Rally Cross Country World Championship.
2015: 9º en la General de Motos del Rally de Abu Dhabi, 3º en el Mundial Junior y 38º en la General de Motos FIM del Rally de Marruecos.
2015: 10º en el Dakar Series Desafío Ruta 40; 10º en la general de Motos del Rally de Atacama.
2014: Campeón Enduro-Cross Tres Arenas.
2014: 2º en el Desafío del Desierto.
2014: 2º Desafío Inka Dakar Series.


“If I can correct mistakes and keep calm, I can win the Dakar”

José Ignacio Cornejo Florimo will never forget the 2021 Dakar. The rider from Iquique was leading the general classification and was second on stage 10, one minute behind Ricky Brabec when he suffered a hard fall at km 252 of the special, and, although he managed to complete the stage, he decided to abandon the rally in agreement with the medical team. “Nacho” describes the crash as “a rookie mistake”, but beyond his self-criticism, the rise of this young rider is undoubtedly extraordinary. His racing career took a turn before the 2018 Dakar when José Ignacio decided to retire for financial reasons. A few days before the start in Lima, he received a call from the Honda Team to replace the injured Paulo Gonçalves. Until then, his only participation had been in the 2016 Dakar, where he retired on stage 5. “Nacho” made the most of this exceptional opportunity, and he rode error-free to finish 10th. In the 2019 Dakar, he worked hard to improve that position and achieved a well-deserved 8th place. Now firmly established as a factory Monster Energy Honda Team rider, the Chilean put in a sensational performance in 2020. He took two stage victories, one on the final day, holding off Ricky Brabec and fighting for places with Matthias Walkner and Luciano Benavides. On the 2021 Dakar, although he lost his chances of victory in the crash, “Nacho” has proved he can fight for the lead, and it allows him to return with his motivation intact to compete in his sixth Dakar, in the renewed atmosphere of the Honda team with the addition of fellow Chilean and friend Pablo Quintanilla.

J.I.C.F.: “As far as my preparation is concerned, I am fit and have trained normally for several months now. The team is doing a great job. I know the CRF very well. I've been riding it for several years, and its strong point is the suspension. As for the route, the Arabian desert is stunning. This year we will have a lot of sand, which I like, but the truth is that there will be more dunes than last year. I think that will be fantastic because it will put more demands on both the rider and the bike".
"Do I think I can win? Yes, I can, by correcting mistakes and keeping calm. Many things have to happen to win the Dakar. I also have at least ten rivals among my three teammates and the KTM, Husqvarna, Gas Gas and Yamaha riders”.




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Summary - 11/01 18:29 [GMT +3]

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Summary - 09/01 19:02 [GMT +3]

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Reactions - 09/01 14:29 [GMT +3] - Bike

Nacho Cornejo: "I made a mistake on the first day"

 Nacho Cornejo won the stage and moved back into the top 10 in the process.

"Today was a great day to attack and that's exactly what I did. I knew the navigation would be sketchy, so I eased up a bit to avoid navigation mistakes. I think it was the right choice. This week is different. The first week is behind us and we are now going to...

Newsflashes - 07/01 07:46 [GMT +3] - Bike

Price 5th to start, Cornejo and Brabec ready to pounce

Toby Price (KTM), who posted the best time yesterday, received a 6-minute penalty for speeding and will be the 5th rider to start. Behind Petrucci (KTM) and Branch (Yamaha), “Nacho” Cornejo and Ricky Brabec will start one after another in 3rd and 4th position on their Hondas. Like last year, the winner in 2020 has found it difficult to join the battle at the forefront...

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