Dakar 2024 is over. Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda confirmed the overall first position in the truck category with their fourth place in the last stage. After 23 years, the Dakar gold is coming to the Czech Republic. Cenda lost a tyre The first third of the last stage of this year's
The eleventh stage of the Dakar Rally brought extremely challenging terrain and interesting battles for the top positions. Martin Macik Jr. and his crew finished on the second podium step and will go into the last stage tomorrow with a total lead of just over two hours ahead of the second competitor in the overall
With the 10th stage with a length of 371 km, this year's Dakar came a little closer to its end. The MM Technology crew consisting of Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda finished it in a competitive but reasonable pace in 2nd place. They are still on top of the overall standings. Cenda
Even in the 9th stage there was no change in the leading position in the overall standings. Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda took 2nd place in today's stage and remain in the lead of the truck category. Cenda was like a mountain goat So far, the orange truck is braving any terrain.
The Ha'il region lived up to its reputation and offered many surprises to the competitors in the 8th stage of this year's Dakar. Nevertheless, the MM Technology crew of Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda managed to finish the stage in 2nd place, less than two minutes behind the winner. The orange trio
After a free day in Riyadh, the Dakar is back in full swing. In the 7th stage, the MM Technology crew faced varied terrain on a 482 km long route. As the sun set, Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda took another stage win and remain in 1st place in the overall standings.
The most challenging test of this year's Dakar so far did not take the MM Technology crew by surprise. They reached the finish line first and took the lead in the overall standings in the truck category with a lead of almost 1 hour and 17 minutes. Cenda did not disappoint It is not easy
The new 48h Chrono format works well for Martin Macik Jr. and his crew so far. Together with navigator Frantisek Tomasek and mechanic David Svanda, they are in first place after the first half of the stage. They are second in the overall standings, the official results will be known after the full stage is
The 5th stage of Dakar 2024 brought the first proper trip to the Empty Quarter among sand dunes of impressive proportions. Martin Macik Jr. and his crew set a pursuit pace that earned them this year's first stage win. Having significantly reduced the gap from the previous stages, the MM Technology team is now fighting
Today's 299 km stage was bittersweet for the MM Technology team. A high-speed ride through the dusty terrain left Cenda unscathed, but a penalty for two missed waypoints shuffled the cards in the stage standings. Macik and his crew are still in third place in the overall standings. Dakar can be tricky Martin Macik Jr.,
The third stage of this year's Dakar, measuring 437 km, was equal in length and difficulty to the previous one. Even though the MM Technology team changed tyres several times, they finished in second place, less than 5 minutes behind the winner. The crew of Cenda is still third in the standings. Rocky terrain likes
The second Dakar stage was, thanks to its length of 460 km, the first major load not only for the MM Technology crew. For the first time, dunes appeared on track. The improved chassis set-up of the Cenda truck showed its full potential and it handled the dunes with ease. Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek
The first stage of this year's Dakar has been shortened to 281 km due to a postponed start. In a terrain full of sharp rocks, which cost the MM Technology crew one tyre, Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda finished 12 minutes behind stage winner Janus Van Kasteren. Sharp rocks don't scare Cenda
The Dakar 2024 began with a 27 km prologue that decided the starting order for the first full stage, which is scheduled for 6th January. Pilot Martin Macik Jr., navigator Frantisek Tomasek and mechanic David Svanda finished sixth in the truck category on the dusty track. Gentle start to warm up Cenda The warm-up round
MM Technology crew consisting of Martin Macik Jr., Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda left for Yanbu in Saudi Arabia, where the Cenda racing truck and other equipment were waiting for them, early in the morning on the 1st of January. The orange truck first took to the open road from its bivouac in Alula on