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(deu) 1.78m


rally, enduro, travelling


Brand: Can-Am
Model: Maverick X3
Class: T3 / Lightweight prototype


2022: 4th T3
2021: 4th

Other races
2021: Hail Rally (3rd)
2018: Tuareg Rally (3rd, co-driver), Merzouga Rally (3rd)
2017: Tuareg Rally (3rd, co-driver)
2016: German Offroad Masters (3rd)
2014: Tuareg Rally (co-driver), Baja Germany
2012: El-Chott Rally Tunisia (2nd, 1st woman)
2011: GORM 24h (1st, co-driver)
2010: ADAC/vcb Rally Berlin (Ab., co-driver)
2009: Rally Dresden-Breslau (16th, 1st woman), El-Chott Rally Tunisia (14th, 1st buggy, 1st woman)
2016: Tuareg Rally (2nd woman)
2013: Beru East Enduro Challenge
2012: ADAC Enduro Cup Prenzlau
2011: Beru East Enduro Challenge, ADAC Enduro Cup Fürstenwalde, Motocavalcata Umbrien

100% Feminine

Annett Fischer and Annie Seel are part of the female rally-raid elite, both starting out on bikes. A versatility that led Annett to 14th place on the 2019 Dakar in T4 as co-driver for Andrea Peterhansel. The following year it was Camelia Liparoti, who offered her the co-driver’s seat. A position that Annett kept for two Dakars, culminating in second place in T4 in the Yamaha prototype developed by X-Raid. Last January, for her fifth Dakar, still aboard a Yamaha YXZ 1000R, the German got back behind the wheel after two end of the season shakedown races with Annie. The German-Swedish crew took part in the 2021 Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, finishing 4th in the T3 category, despite a high-speed crash, before finalising their Dakar preparation with a 3rd place on the Hail Rally. This confirmed Annett's decision to return to the driver's seat after two years as a co-driver. On the Dakar, aboard the Yamaha Evolution 2 prototype, the two women finished 8th T3 in W2RC. On the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge, they continued their season in a privateer Can-Am with which the pair finished 4th in their class. Currently in 6th position in T3, they are above all the fastest 100% female duo in W2RC.

Ranking 2022

Total dakar abu-dhabi maroc andalucia
9 - 9
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