Rally Categories

The sub categories in Rally PRO

Tunisia Desert Challenge is a race, a true competition in which you enter the battle with the elements, your equipment and yourself. With 35 race trucks, more than 140 4×4’s, buggies & SSV’s and more than 65 motorbikes and quads at the start, the MDC has become the second largest rally-raid in the world. We want to continue that trend in Tunisia.

The increasing number of entries for the Morocco Desert Challenge (250 registered vehicles in the 2019 edition) not only allows us to organise this new rally in Tunisia, but also to add more sub categories and guarantee real competition in those sub groups.

Subcategories for motorbikes & quads

1. General Ranking bikes & quads

1.1. Motorbikes

1.1.1. Standard category: 250 to 600 cc
1.1.2. Big Bikes:  601 to 1300 cc
1.1.3. Female riders cup: For our female bikers
1.1.4. Veterans Cup: For bikers of age 50 plus
1.1.5. Malle Moto Cup: for the real heroes – those who come without a service team

1.2. Quads

All quad types (4×4 and 4×2)

Subcategories for Side-by-Side vehicles (SSV's)

2. General ranking SSV's

2.1.  Lightweight TT production
2.2.  Lightweight TT proto
2.3  Ladies’ Cup: best all-female team (Proto, Series)

Subcategories for cars & buggies

3.  General ranking "Open" 4x4, buggy's

3.1.  Proto 4x4 (T1 simplified)

3.1.1. Proto 4x4 with diesel engine
3.1.2. Proto 4x4 with petrol engine
3.1.3. Proto 4x4 with 2 rigid axles (petrol & diesel)

3.2.  Production 4x4 (T2 simplified)

3.2.1. Production 4x4 with diesel engine
3.2.2. Production 4x4 with petrol engine
3.2.3. Production 4×4 with 2 rigid axles (petrol & diesel)

3.3.  Buggy's 4x2 (T1 simplified)

3.3.1. Buggy with diesel engine
3.3.2. Buggy with petrol engine

3.4.  Classic series: minimum 20 years old

3.4.1 Classic proto
3.4.2 Classic production

3.5  Ladies’ Cup: best all-female team (Proto, Series)

Subcategories for trucks

4. General ranking Trucks

4.1: the 4x4 Race trucks
4.2: the 6x6 & 8x8 Race trucks
Classic truck series: minimum 20 years old

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