The most attention-grabbing and decisive spherical of the 2020 FIA World Cup for Sinful-Nation Bajas will occur between December 14-16 with titles location to be made up our minds across all categories.

Following the successful operating of the significant of two support-to-support Bajas in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the two selective sections of Baja Hail II now host the final fight for honours the attach facets diversifications are aplenty.

After his fifth voice in the significant Baja Hail I, Vladimir Vasilyev has narrowly inched into the lead in the World Cup standings sooner than Bernhard Ten Brinke, who’s in search of a maiden title. The opponents are split by merely half a level with the title decider to flee.

However, with a few of the sport’s diverse main contenders using the Saudi Arabian Baja events as their most attention-grabbing preparation for the impending near Dakar Rally, a total of seven crews are now, mathematically, in contention. On the support of Vasilyev and Ten Brinke, Nasser Al-Attiyah’s victory and maximum leg facets in Baja Hail I like catapulted him and navigator Mathieu Baumel into third in the standings, 15 facets adrift of Vasilyev.

Denis Krotov’s third voice overall in Baja Russia – Northern Woodland earlier this year, at the side of facets for seventh in Baja Hail I, attach him fourth in the total standings a extra seven facets adrift. T4 driver Aron Domzala is an outsider in much less mighty machinery, however the Pole may possibly possibly well yet advise a ambitious voice in the outright World Cup classification. Top three positions in Baja Hail I for Carlos Sainz and workers-mate Stéphane Peterhansel like additionally attach the MINI drivers and their co-drivers in with a possibility of the title, leaving every little thing to play for in the barren attach.

Within the T3 class, Vasily Gryazin appears to be to be like to be the popular for the drivers’ title but with the Russian having to tumble indubitably one of his rankings in essentially the most attention-grabbing classification, he’ll be struggling with laborious in opposition to title opponents Saleh Abdullah Alsaif and Guillaume de Mévius.

T4 is even closer with Aron Domzala and Kees Koolen going into essentially the most attention-grabbing match now three facets apart. Dutchman Koolen scored a halt to maximum haul of facets in Baja Hail I to halt the gap from 14 facets, ensuing in a winner-takes-all distress on Baja Hail II. The Groups titles – overall and in T4 – will additionally be made up our minds in Saudi Arabia. All standings remain unofficial, following most attention-grabbing confirmation by the FIA.


Whole distance:

855.05 km

Selective allotment distance:

491.86 km

Selection of selective sections:



Monday December 14


From 10: 00 hrs

Tuesday December 15

Birth up of SS1 (311.57 km)

09: 07 hrs

First car arrives at the bivouac

14: 39 hrs

Wednesday November 16

Birth up of SS2 (180.29 km)

10: 02 hrs

First car arrives at the bivouac

13: 16 hrs

Podium & prize-giving (Baja Hail I and II)

15: 00 hrs

Post match press conference

18: 00 hrs

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