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(qat) 1.70m / 85kg


shooting, horse riding, fishing, motorbikes


Red Bull, Ooredoo, Visit Qatar, Qatar Airways, Baladi Express


Marque : Prodrive
Modèle : Hunter
Motorisation : V6 bi-turbo essence
Puissance : 400 cv
Poids : 1850 kg
Longueur : 4,50 m
Préparateur : Prodrive
Assistance : Prodrive


2024 : Ab. stage 10 (1 stage, Prodrive)
2023 : 1st (3 stage wins, Toyota)
2022 : 1st (2 stage wins, Toyota)
2021 : 2nd (5 stage wins, Toyota)
2020 : 2nd (1 stage win, Toyota)
2019 : 1st (3 stage wins, Toyota)
2018 : 2nd (4 stage wins, Toyota)
2017 : Ab. Stage 4 (1 stage win, Toyota)
2016 : 2nd (2 stage wins, Mini)
2015 : 1st (5 stage wins, Mini)
2014 : 3rd (2 stage wins, Mini)
2013 : Ab. Stage 9 (3 stage wins, Buggy Qatar)
2012 : Ab. Stage 9 (2 stage wins, Hummer)
2011 : 1st (4 stage wins, Volkswagen)
2010 : 2nd (4 stage wins, Volkswagen)
2009 : Ab. (3 stage wins, BMW X Raid)
2007 : 6th (BMW X Raid)
2006 : Ab. (BMW X Raid)
2005: Ab. (BMW X Raid)
2004 : 10th (Mitsubishi)

 2024 could be Nasser Al Attiyah's year. For two reasons. Firstly, and in chronological order, because he will be setting out to conquer a sixth Dakar title, possibly his third consecutive. A treble that only Ari Vatanen and Pierre Lartigue have achieved before him in a car. His other challenge will come at the end of July/beginning of August, at the National Shooting Centre in Chateauroux during the Paris Olympic Games. The Qatari will be competing in his 7th Olympiad, hoping to win a second medal in skeet after the bronze he won in London 2012. But let's return to his first mission. The 53-year-old could have opted for the easy way out by sticking with the ultra-competitive Toyota Hilux T1+ that he drove to the title in 2019, 2022 and 2023. No, Al Attiyah is taking on a new challenge. By joining the Prodrive team, he dreams of winning with a fourth different vehicle: a Volkswagen Race Touareg in 2011, a Mini in 2015, a Toyota and therefore a Hunter for this new edition. It's a challenge partly calculated in the knowledge that his car has already flirted with victory, driven by Sebastien Loeb, his runner-up in 2022 and 2023. Naturally, he is taking on board his trusty co-driver Mathieu Baumel, a four-time winner who is hoping to get closer to the record holder for victories in the right-hand seat, Jean-Paul Cottret (7 wins with Stéphane Peterhansel). 2024 could, therefore, be an exceptional year for the Franco-Qatari duo, following on from a brilliant 2023 season: another W2RC title and successes in the Dakar, Mexico and Argentina.

Ranking 2024

Total Dakar Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge BP Ultimate Rally-Raid Desafio Ruta 40 Rallye du Maroc
67 0 + 18
30 + 19
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