(arg) 1.72m / 76kg


Bicicleta, enduro.


Turismo Mendoza

2022: Auto/4º (1 victoria de etapa)
2021: Auto/ Abandono etapa 6
2020: Auto/ 6º
2019: Auto/Abandono etapa 2 y 1º en la clasificación de Media Marathon
2018: Auto/ 20º
2017: Auto/ 6º
2016: Auto/12º
2015: Auto/ 18° (4 victorias de etapa)
2014: Auto/ 5° (1 victoria de etapa)
2013: Auto/ 5° (1 victoria de etapa)
2012: Auto/ Abandono etapa 5
2011: Auto/ Abandono etapa 7
2010: Auto/ 9°
2009: Auto/ Abandono en la etapa 10
2007: Moto/ Abandono en la etapa 8
2005: Moto/ Abandono en la etapa 10

2022: Rallye du Maroc (2º) / W2RC (9º)
2021: Abandono en la Baja Aragón.
2019: Campeón de la Copa del Mundo FIA de Bajas Cross Country: 1º en la Baja Italia, 1º en la Baja España Aragón, 1º en la Baja Hungría, abandonó en la Baja Polonia, 2º en la Baja Jordania y 1º en la Baja Portalegre.
2018: 1º en la General de Autos del Desafío Inca; 10º en el Campeonato Sudamericano de Cross Country.
2017: 2º en la general de la categoría Autos de la Baja Aragón; 1º en la general de la categoría Autos del Desafío Ruta 40 Norte.
2016: 4º en la general de la categoría Autos del Rally de Marruecos, 5º en la general de Autos de la Baja Aragón.
2015: 3º en la categoría Autos del CARCC. 1º en la categoría Autos del Desafío Ruta 40.
2014: 2° en el Rally de Marruecos; 3° en la Baja Hungría, 2° en la Baja Aragón.
2013: 1° en el Rally de Marruecos, 2° Baja Aragón, 2° Dakar Series Desafío Ruta 40.
2012: Campeón Argentino de Rally Cross Country, 1° Desafío Litoral y 1° Desafío Ruta 40.
2009: 1° en el Rally de Túnez
2008: 8° en el Rally Central Europe
2007: 2° en la Categoría Autos de Producción del Patagonia-Atacama
2006: 4° en el Rally de Los Faraones.
2003: 1° en el Rally del Desierto de Chile, 1° en la Categoría Autos de Producción Por las Pampas Rally; Plata en los Six Days de Enduro de Brasil.
2001: 3° en el Campeonato Latinoamericano de Enduro de Guatemala; Plata en los Six Days de Enduro de Australia.
1998: 1° lugar en el Enduro de Argentina/Chile


“The Hunter is a very strong car”

Veteran Argentinean driver "Orly" Terranova will take part in the 2022 Dakar - the 17th of his career - once again as a member of the powerful BRX team, now navigated by Spaniard Alex Haro. The Mendoza native's experience dates back to the African editions with participations on a motorbike in 2005 and 2007, which he didn't finish. Everything changed in 2009 with the Dakar's move to South America. Orly switched to four wheels and began to build a successful track record, demonstrating his talent, speed and competitiveness. Some of his best results were fifth places in 2013 and 2014, with stage victories and epic duels with Nasser Al Attiyah in 2015. In recent years, Orly finished in the top 20, with the exception of 2019, when he retired with a lower back injury, and 2021, when he had to abandon due to mechanical problems with his Mini. In February 2021, Orly received an offer to join the ambitious Bahrain Raid Extreme project, with its friendly atmosphere and a huge motivation for the Dakar, with a focus on the level of the car and driver comfort. Despite little mileage in the Hunter, Terranova took on the Dakar 2022. He managed to maintain a solid pace, with a stage victory and a career-best fourth-place finish, which is also the best result ever achieved by an Argentinean driver in the car category. During the season, Orly only did the Rally of Morocco. However, he didn't seem to feel the lack of competition and finished runner-up to Guerlain Chicherit in a historic one-two finish for the team. Since then, Orly has had Alex Haro as his new navigator, with whom he immediately got on the same wavelength. The Spaniard, who has accompanied Dakar champions such as Nani Roma and Giniel de Villiers, is satisfied and very confident in the Hunter's consistency to battle at the sharp end. On the back of the BRX team's successes in Morocco and Andalusia, Orly has the car to race for the Dakar podium.

O.T.: “2022 was a good Dakar. The last stage was very stressful because we didn't know if we were on the right pace. We had a bittersweet opening week, but the second week was quite good. A fine set of rules, an excellent rally. If I am honest, I had a great time. I was pleased with the result. The car category, like the motorbike category, is very complex. In both, you are competing against 15 behemoths. To finish in the top four is no mean feat.”
“I was thrilled to be back in competition at the Rally of Morocco. The car was quite strong. It was a great pre-Dakar test. A very tough rally, but one that I always enjoy very much”.

A.H.: “Two weeks before the Rally of Morocco, we did some tests, and there we had the chance to get to know each other. We have been adapting. We didn't do as much mileage as I would have liked, but we got on well. In the rally, we demonstrated that we understood one another. We have to finish fine-tuning small things, but overall, the feeling is positive. I think that, even though we've only done one rally, we're ready for the Dakar”.
“As for the car, the Hunter is ready to fight for victory. Last year it won several stages, and the team has worked hard to improve reliability to ensure we have a consistent car that can battle with the others”.




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  • T1+: Prototype Cross-Country Cars 4x4

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