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The way to see the Dakar on TV – GP Inside


Applications dedicated to the Dakar Rally 2022 are broadcast day by day on French tv through the race.

The 2022 version of the Dakar Rally has entered its second half, and the eighth of 12 phases, this Monday, begins with a Frenchman in control of the bike classification. The consistency of Adrien van Beveren paid off, and the Yamaha rider took the lead after stage 7 on Sunday.

The phases usually finish on the finish of the morning at Paris time, and GP-Inside broadcasts the primary rankings and knowledge within the course of. For individuals who would love extra, it’s attainable to see the pictures of the day on the official website of the occasion (https://www.dakar.com/fr), but additionally to see the applications dedicated to it on tv.

For the remaining days, the large assembly will happen each night on France four, from 7:45 p.m.. A 40-minute program, offered by Céline Rousseaux and Luc Alphand, will function summaries, interviews and quick experiences, with an emphasis on the bike and automobile classes.

An hour later, France three may also give some data on the race in Le Journal du Dakar, broadcast round eight:45 p.m., above all sport.

A recap of round an hour may also be provided by Eurosport 1 nightly at, earlier than a recap of the whole version is broadcast on Tuesday, January 18 at eight:30 p.m.

Lastly, the behind the scenes of the race are (and shall be) to be discovered within the Bivouac program, broadcast at evening: 2 am Tuesday, 12:20 am Wednesday and midnight Thursday. It’s also out there on the platform channel streaming: https://www.france.television/france-2/bivouac/

Dakar, Stage 7: Van Beveren takes energy!

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