History

About the rally

Once again taking off from the Moscow Red Square, this edition of Silk Way Rally gathered even more impressive line-up and offered a 4000-km long brand-new route with finish ceremony in Sochi, where the preparation for the Olympic Games was in full swing. Due to unpleasant weather conditions in the south Russia, at the very last moment the finish location was changed to Maykop. Russian driver Boris Gadasin took the lead in the car category. The champion title in truck class was once again won by KAMAZ-master with young and promising Airat Mardeev at the steering wheel.

Route map

Rally in figures

countries represented by racers - 25
total distance - 3550 km 
enrolled in race – 118 crews (93 cars and 25 trucks)
Service personnel – 143 crews
accredited media – 270 media, 581 journalists
712 TV broadcasts with total length of 2 074 minutes
4 312 reports in media
Consumed – 360 000 l of fuel


Rally winners


OVERALL RESULTS
Cars

1Boris Gadasin

Dan Shemel (co-driver)

102

Team:G-Force Motorsport

Time:20ч03:42

2Szalai Balazs

Laszlo Bunkoczi (co-driver)

109

Team:Opel Dakar

Diff:+00ч02:43

3Miroslav Zapletal

Rafau Marton (co-driver)

107

Team: OffroadSport

Diff:+00ч10:35

OVERALL RESULTS
Trucks

1Airat Mardeev

Anton Mirniy (co-driver) / Aydar Beyaev (mechanic)

301

Team:KAMAZ-master

Time: 20ч06:25

2Peter Versluis

Harry Schurmans (co-driver) / Jurgen Damen (mechanic)

311

Team:Eurol VEKA MAN

Diff:+00ч30:28

3Anton Shibalov

Ildar Shaisultannov(co-driver) / Robert Amatych(mechanic)

310

Team:KAMAZ-master

Diff:+00ч57:18


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