Torrot's GasGas Rally Team riders make it through a tough navigational test
Johnny Aubert finishes twelfth and Jonathan Barragán, eighteenth, in one of the most complicated stages in terms of orientation. Cristian España finishes fortieth.
The GasGas Rally Team starts the crucial week of the Dakar tomorrow after the cancellation of the ninth stage
Torrot's GasGas Rally Team riders travelled between Tupiza and Salta by road after the suspension of the ninth stage of the rally. Barragán climbs to thirteenth position and returns to his position as the best 'rookie' of the Dakar after the organization...
Aubert, eleventh in the eighth stage, climbs up into the 'top ten' of the general classification
His teammates in Torrot's GasGas Rally Team, Jonathan Barragán and Cristian España, finish in twentieth and the thirty-first position respectively, in the longest special of the Dakar. The organization has suspended tomorrow's stage due to severe...
Barragán, eleventh and best 'rookie' of the 2018 Dakar
His teammate in Torrot's GasGas Rally Team, Johnny Aubert, finishes fifteenth and Cristian España, thirty-seventh, after overcoming the first part of this marathon stage, where the riders do not have the assistance of their teams in the 'bivouac' at Uyuni
Aubert finishes seventeenth in the sixth stage
Jonathan Barragán is twenty-sixth after a five minute penalty and his teammate in Torrot's GasGas Rally Team, Cristian España, is thirteenth in a stage where the dense fog forced the cancellation of 118km of the special.
Johnny Aubert and Jonathan Barragán, among the 15 fastest riders in the fifth stage
Torrot's GasGas Rally Team riders show they have the right stuff on the toughest day so far in the 2018 Dakar. Aubert finished tenth, Barragán, fifteenth and España, forty-second.
Barragán, once again best rookie of the stage, with Aubert and España climbing positions in the general classification
Johnny Aubert finishes twelfth and climbs up to 15th overall. The newcomer Jonathan Barragán performs amazingly well again with fourteenth position and being the best rookie of the stage. Cristian España moves up to position 41.
Torrot's GasGas Rally Team riders overcome a demanding day of navigation
Johnny Aubert and Jonathan Barragán finish the third stage of the Dakar in positions 23 and 41, respectively. Cristian España finished twenty-fifth but a penalty of one hour for not marking a 'waypoint' has placed him in 69th place.
Barragán, eleventh, best rookie in the second stage
Along with the rider from Madrid, Johnny Aubert, eighteenth, and Cristian España, thirty-second, Torrot's GasGas Rally Team completes the 272 km - 267 of them timed - of today's stage, pure navigation over the dunes of Pisco.
Torrot's GasGas Rally Team completes the first stage of the 2018 Dakar
Jonathan Barragán, eighteenth, Cristian España, twentieth, and Johnny Aubert, thirty-sixth, finish the first day of competition after riding 273 km - 31 of them on the special - over the dunes of Peru.
Torrot’s GasGas Rally Team, ready for a return to the Dakar
Now that the scrutineering of the bikes and the paperwork has been successfully completed, Jonathan Barragán, Johnny Aubert and Cristian España impatiently await the start of the 2018 Dakar Rally, tomorrow in Lima, on Saturday 6th January.
Torrot's GasGas Rally Team ready for the 2018 Dakar challenge
Jonathan Barragán, Johnny Aubert and Cristian España are prepared to be the GasGas Rally Team riders in the 40th edition of the Dakar Rally, with Giovanni Sala as Rally Team Manager.
Geoff Aaron and Gas Gas celebrate Las Vegas EnduroCross podium
The Gas Gas rider Geoff Aaron claims third-place finish at Las Vegas round of AMA EnduroCross Series.
Dani Gibert closes the SuperEnduro World Championship with a sixth place
Sixth place finish for the Gas Gas rider in this last race on the calendar, held in Cahors, France. DaniGibert ends the World Championship in eighth place overall after a season with a shoulder injury he suffered in Finland and that prevented the Barcelona rider from...
Seventh place for in the Brazilian GP
The Gas Gas rider closes his South American World Cup SuperEnduro journey with a seventh place in the Brazilian Grand Prix. Gibert, still wearing the shoulder-brace, remains in eighth place overall in the World provisional standings in the highest category: Prestige.