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Dakar Rally 2020, Saudi Arabia

Until the Dakar Rally 2019, the venue was South America, but the Dakar Rally 2020 will be set in Saudi Arabia. Starting from Jeddah, the second largest city in the country, the Dakar Rally will head to Qiddiya after haveing a resting day in Riyadh. Hino Team Sugawara dares to challenge the vast land of Saudi Arabia, which is about twice as large as the previous host country, Peru.

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Date Stage Start Finish Total SS
Sun, Jan 5 Stage 1 Jeddah Al Wajh 752 319
Mon, Jan 6 Stage 2 Al Wajh Neom 401 367
Tue, Jan 7 Stage 3 Neom Neom 489 404
Wed, Jan 8 Stage 4 Neom Al Ula 676 453
Thur, Jan 9 Stage 5 Al Ula Ha'il 563 353
Fri, Jan 10 Stage 6 Ha'il Riyadh 830 478
Sat, Jan 11 Rest day Riyadh
Sun, Jan 12 Stage 7 Riyadh Wadi Al-Dawasir 741 546
Mon, Jan 13 Stage 8 Wadi Al-Dawasir Wadi Al-Dawasir 713 474
Tue, Jan 14 Stage 9 Wadi Al-Dawasir Haradh 891 415
Wed, Jan 15 Stage 10 Haradh Shubaytah 608 534
Thur, Jan 16 Stage 11 Shubaytah Haradh 744 379
Fri, Jan 17 Stage 12 Haradh Qiddiya 447 374
Total (km) 7,856 5,097


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