7 Wildcats made the 9,039 Km rally distance of which 5,433 Km were “special” category Km. Wildcats finished on mass at the top of the 2005 standings
13th 14th 15th 23rd 27th 32nd
with the final Wildcat finishing in 50th place overall fantastic result
7 Wildcats again completed the full race distance finishing
16th 27th 30th 33rd 35th 44th and 47th
Wildcat success as 15 Wildcat’s complete full race distance, and take top honours in class.
Finishing overall in 18th place supported by 7 Wildcats placed in the first half of the final standings.
17th 21st 29th 30th 42nd 43rd 45th 46th
56th 60th 62nd 73rd 78th
Patrick Sireyjol and Paul Vidal finish 12th overall a great Wildcat result and take 4th spot in the new A class rankings.
2010 bought more fantastic results with four Wildcats crossing the finish line.
19th 25th 39th 53rd
Race2Recovery an outfit made up predominantly of injured servicemen became the first disability team to complete the Dakar rally – their car of choice? A Wildcat!
The 2012 Tuareg Rally saw no less than eight Wildcats entered in the professional class for what was to prove to be a fantastic event over the course of the 8 day event.
2nd 5th 10th 21st 22nd 25th 33rd 36th
In a major success for the Wildcat last week saw a clean sweep of the first three places in the gruelling Pharaons International Cross-Country Rally, held over seven days and 3,000 kms in Egypt’s Western Desert.
1st 2nd 3rd
The pairing of Jerome Pelichet and Eugenie Decre finished 2nd overall in their Wildcat 200.
1st place in our class (rigid axles)
2nd overall in 4wd class
5th overall (trucks, buggies, SSV’s, cars).