The ASTARA TEAM now knows its starting positions. The Dakar begins!
The three ASTARA TEAM cars have successfully completed the 11 kilometres against the clock of the prologue stage of the Dakar Rally 2023. A short section on the seashore but crucial to decide the starting order of what will be
E-fuel: a sustainable fuel for the future
E-fuel is carbon neutral and its environmental impact is practically zero. It has two further advantages: high energy density, and ease of storage and transport. This ecological fuel can enable all types of combustion means of transport to contribute
Laia Sanz, ASTARA TEAM driver in the Dakar: “the goal is to try to be in the top fifteen”
The ASTARA TEAM driver feels she has "taken a step forward in terms of the quality of the team and the car", and has more experience after last year's debut in cars and two seasons in Extreme E. For
ASTARA TEAM co-driver Diego Vallejo analyses the challenges of the 2023 Dakar route
Diego Vallejo reveals, from his point of view, the main challenges of the 2023 Dakar route. The Galician co-driver, who sits to the right of Óscar Fuertes, faces his seventh participation in the toughest rally in the world. Vallejo
Óscar Fuertes, ASTARA TEAM driver in the Dakar: “We are more competitive than last year”.
With the growth of the ASTARA TEAM structure and the changes in the regulations, Óscar Fuertes is convinced that the ASTARA 01 CONCEPT will become more competitive. The Madrid-born driver prefers not to set a specific target in terms
Carlos Checa, excited about the ASTARA TEAM three weeks before the Dakar: “The hardest thing for me is not being as fast as I could be”
Carlos Checa is looking forward to his second participation in the Dakar Rally, his first with the ASTARA TEAM. His goal is to "do my best and make few mistakes". He doesn't consider that his adaptation from bikes to
This is the ASTARA 01 CONCEPT, the sustainable Dakar car
The ASTARA 01 CONCEPT runs on e-fuel to compete at the highest level in a sustainable way. Its emissions have been reduced by more than 90% compared to those of a conventional petrol engine; and it does not emit