GERARD FARRES GUELL(esp) 1.8m / 75kg
VTT, pádel, cine, deporte, bicicleta, familia y amigos
Can-Am, Monster Energy, JjuanBrakes, HTI Clinic, McDonalds, Ecologika, Farreti Events, DaleAlPlay, six Spain, Olympia Cycles, KTM Spain, CAR Sant Cugat, Optica Torrents, Bar Restaurant Calbeulo
2018: 5º (motos)
2017: 3º (motos)
2016: 8º (motos)
2015: Abandono en la 8ª etapa (motos)
2014: Abandono en la 5ª etapa (motos)
2013: 69º (4º de la 4ª etapa, motos)
2012: 7º (2º de la etapa 11; 4º de la etapa 14, motos)
2011: 28º (Mochilero de Francisco López, motos)
2010: Abandono en la 8ª etapa (motos)
2009: 19º (Mochilero de Marc Coma, motos)
2006: 16º (y primer rookie, motos)
2019: 1º Rally Panáfrica
2018: 2ºRally Marruecos, 1º Rally Panáfrica
2016: 1º Hellas Rally, 4º Merzouga Rally, 2º Baja Aragón.
2015: 2º del Merzouga Rally, 1º de la Transanatolia, 1º en la Baja Aragón
2014: 3º en el Rally de Cerdeña
2013: 8º del Merzouga Rally
2012: 2º de la Baja España; 9º del Mundial de Rally (11º en Abu Dabi, 5º en Qatar, 7º en Cerdeña)
2011: Ganador de la Baja España
2010: Abandono en la 4ª etapa del Rally de Faraones (1 victoria de etapa); Participación en la Baja España (Abandono) y en el Rally de Cerdeña (Abandono).
2007: Campeón de España de Raids; 4º en el Rally de Túnez; Ganador de la Baja-Aragón.
2000: Campeón del Mundo de Enduro por Equipos; Campeón del Mundo Junior de Enduro
1999: Campeón del Mundo de Enduro por Equipos
1998: Campeón del Mundo de Enduro por Equipos
“We are doing the Dakar to win”
This year, once again, one of the most complete competitors from Spain will race in the Dakar. After having done 11 editions in the bike category, Catalan’s Gerard Farrés will participate for the second consecutive year in the most demanding motor race in the world in the SSV category. In Saudi Arabia, He will be partnered with old friend Armand Monleón. They’ve known one another for a long time when they motorcycle tested together in Catalonia. This will be the fifth Dakar for Monleón, but the first that he will do as a co-driver. Farrés, who led the rally last year before finishing second, is aware that victory is now his only objective. “We are doing the Dakar to win. We know that the category is very competitive with some major rivals and it is clear that it will be a Dakar like the others, very tough and with a lot of navigation where our experience could be very important in the management of the rally”. Precisely, this navigation theme is also underscored by Monleón who is in favour of receiving the roadbook just before the start of each special stage, because it "puts all the competitors on an equal footing". It is clear that Farrés and Monleón are heading to the 2020 Dakar to give it their all. The duo will be at the start to compete hard and not disappoint their fans, in as much as they are one of the favorite crews to march onto the top step of the podium, after having won the Panafrica Rally.
G.F.G:” We are better prepared this year because we have worked hard on all that we didn’t do well in Peru with the goal of improving. In Saudi Arabia, I hope it will be a very hard Dakar, with a lot of navigation, but where all the competitors will start with the same chances. It will be very important to manage race strategy in order to not make a human mistake.” A.M: “We have a lot to learn and the preparation has changed a lot. You need to be a lot stronger physically to ride a bike than drive a car. You have to lose weight and most especially prepare psychologically because the stress and tension in the car is a lo greater than on a bike. I think that the Saudi Arabian terrain will be an advantage for us. Not knowing what to expect is extra motivation for the drivers like us, the old guard, which feels very comfortable in unknown situations.”
MONSTER ENERGY CAN-AM
- Mark : CAN - AM
- Model : MAVERICK
- Performance tuner : South Racing
- Assistance : South Racing
- Class : T3.P Prototype A-T vehicles
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