SPEED, EXPERIENCE & DETERMINATION
Loeb debuted on the Dakar in 2016 and has since claimed three podiums including second on this year's Dakar. The Frenchman has won the World Rally Championship a record nine times, and has accolades across World Touring cars, a podium at Le Mans, an X Games gold medal and Formula 1 tests to make him one of the most impressive all rounders ever seen in the sport.
Lurquin is an experienced cross-country co-driver and navigator. He won a stage in Dakar in 2020 and a further two in 2022 alongside Loeb
Nani Roma completed his 26th Dakar in 2022, having won the event on a motorbike and in a car. The Spaniard brought his Prodrive Hunter home in 5th position on the 2021 Dakar and has been an integral part of the team’s testing programme from the very first time the car turned a wheel.
Haro has competed on the Dakar sevent times with a best placing in 2019 of second alongside Roma. He also won stages in 2020 and 2021. He has competed with Nani many times over the years and the two live near each other in Catalonia and regularly go cycling.
Argentinian, Terranova, started his Dakar journey on a motorbike and moved to cars when the Dakar was held in Argentina in 2009. He has taken part at every event since, winning stages and finishing in the top 10 five times with his best finish this year coming home 4th in the Hunter. He was also FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Bajas champion in 2019.
Before becoming a co-driver, Spaniard, Oliveras was previously an experienced motorcyclist and competed on the Dakar five times with a highest placing of 9th in 2018. In 2019 he used this experience and his navigational skills and turned them to co-driving.
We had one of the most experienced driver line-ups in the Dakar 2022 with nearly 50 events between them. Our drivers know what it takes to win the Dakar and in their co-drivers, have some of the best cross country navigators in the world. At the Dakar, it's not just about the pace and skill of the driver, it's about teamwork and ensuring you navigate the car across featureless desert without the aid of modern GPS or maps.
And behind the cars is an experienced team run by world-leading motorsport business, Prodrive, who have won nearly everything there is in the sport including six World Rally Championship titles; seven Le Mans titles; and six FIA World Endurance Championship titles.