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2018: Moto/ 8º
2017: Moto/ Abandono etapa 10
2016: Moto/ 3º (1 victoria de etapa)
2015: Moto/ 4º
2014: Moto/Abandono en la Etapa 3
2013: Moto/ Abandono en la Etapa 6
2018: Subcampeón Mundial FIM de Rally Cross Country: 1º en la General de Motos del Rally de Abu Dhabi, 3º en el Rally de Merzouga, 3º en el Rally Atacama, 3º en el Desafío Ruta 40 y 4º en el Rally de Marruecos.
2017: Campeón Mundial FIM de Rally Cross Country.
2016: Campeón Mundial FIM de Rally Cross Country
2015: Participó en el Campeonato FIM de Rally Cross Country 3º en Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, 5º en Sealine Cross Country Qatar, Abandono en Marruecos.
2013: Campeón del Rally de Antofagasta, 1° en el Rally de la Minería, 1° en el Dakar Series Desafío Inca, y Campeón Latinoamericano FIM Atacama Rally; 3° en el Rally de La Serena y 8° en el Desafío Ruta 40.
2012: 2° Rally Desafío del Desierto
2012: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar
2011: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar
2010: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar
2009: Campeón Copa Enduro Cross Esemar; 5° Mundial MX3 Chile; 2° Latino MX1 Guatemala; Mejor Motociclista Chileno 2009; Mundial MX1 Brasil.
2008: 5° Mundial MX3 Chile
2001: 1° Latino MX Guatemala
Pablo Quintanilla is preparing to be one of the principal protagonists of the Dakar. The runner-up in the World Rally-Raid Championship, who battled just until the final race to defend his title, is confident his current pace and the improvements made to his Husqvarna will take him to victory. “Quintafondo”, who is happy to see his countryman Chaleco Lopez return to the rally, ensures that it will be a demanding and difficult Dakar in which he his chief rivals will be Toby Price, Matthias Walkner, Sam Sunderland, Kevin Benavides, Adrien Van Beveren, Paulo Goncalves, Ricky Brabec and Joan Barreda.
P.Q. “The previous Dakar was very difficult for me with problems in several stages. In Peru, I had two days of mechanical issues, situations that affected my performance and they cost me a lot of time at a key moment in the rally. This dropped me far behind in the battle for the top positions, which upended the objective I set before the start. The only goal that was left was to finish the Dakar and keep my place in the Top 10, which we thankfully managed to do. I learned that the best way to show up correctly prepared for the Dakar is to do the world championship, with the best riders in the world, the same that were in front of me on each stage. The physical and mental preparation is very important when it comes to facing the toughest, longest and most demanding rally on the planet. But in terms of competition, what prepares you best is to arrive with the pace of the world championship.” “I like riding in the dunes and sand, where I trained to be a rally-raid rider after coming over from motocross. A Dakar entirely run in the desert of Peru is a massive challenge. And it must added how difficult it is to navigate the track in these conditions, as well as the heat in Pisco, Ica and Nazca and to the particular geography of this desert compared to that of the Atacama or Morocco. It will be a difficult Dakar and very demanding from every point of view. It is no secret that my dream is to win a Dakar. I am still missing it on my CV and I am preparing to fight for the victory. I have also learned that this rally is special and it has its own codes and where anything can happen. We will see how the next Dakar treats us.”
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Pablo Quintanilla has finished the last stage 19’44 behind Toby Price. The Chilean rode through the pain to save his place on the Dakar’s podium, which he had already visited in 2016…
Pablo Quintanilla has virtually lost his second place in the general standings to Matthias Walkner. The Husqvarna rider lost 8’20 after his fall and is gritting his teeth and bearing it in order to save his podium place on the Dakar.
Pablo Quintanilla will not win this edition of the Dakar! The Chilean, who was second in the general standings before this last stage, has fallen after only 10 km of the special. Obliged to attack to make up the minute by which he trailed Toby Price, the Husqvarna rider has made a riding mistake. With an injured foot, he has resumed racing to try and save his second place in...
Pablo Quintanilla and Toby Price have started the special. Separated by little more than a minute in the general standings, the two men will do battle over 112 km to see who wins the bike category on the Dakar!
Husqvarna's Chilean rider is heading into the final stage in second place overall and needs to close a 1'02" gap to Toby Price to claim his first Dakar title.
"Today was a mass start, so there was no chance to make a difference. I want to congratulate my friend Nacho Cornejo, who did a really good job, for all the hard work with the difficult navigation. […]...
Despite starting way down the field, the Chilean rider managed to grab the second best time of the day… and climb up to second place in the general standings, 1’03’’ behind Toby Price.
“The stage was really hard and I started behind the trucks and the cars, so there was a lot of dust when I had to pass them. But, I’m happy to finish...
Pablo Quinanilla has finally finished the special in second place, 45 seconds behind Matthias Walkner, the day’s winner. It has been a good day for the Chilean because he has climbed to within one minute of Toby Price in the general standings.
Pablo Quintanilla has reached the last time check point before the finishing line just 36 seconds behind Toby Price. The Husqvarna rider is now more than ever in with a chance for stage victory.
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