Postponement Decision

Due to unpredictable and uncontrollable circumstances that took place in Turkey on July 15th, 2016, we regret to announce that Duster TransAnatolia Rally will not be held in 2016.  
Duster TransAnatolia Rally was planned to cover 11 cities and 2850 km across Anatolia. Due to the current exceptional state of emergency, it will not be possible to receive the required security and medical support from related administrative and Governmental authorities during the event.

Sponsor Lineup

TransAnatolia is delighted to confirm sponsor lineup for 2016. With the support we receive we are going to organise one of the greatest rally raid event of the world once again.

2016 Sponsor Lineup

Dacia is the main supporter of the event with its SUV vehicle Duster. As a govermental organisation Spor Toto is the biggest supporter of sport in Turkey and an important sponsor of TransAnatolia. World's leading

Duster Becomes Main Supporter of TransAnatolia 2016

Dacia becomes main supporter of TransAnatolia 2016 with Duster. As a compact sport utility vehicle Duster is jointly produced by Renault and Dacia.

Renault Turkey has participated with Dacia Duster in 2015 edition of TransAnatolia and this year Dacia increased the level of support to the event. Duster also competed in Dakar Rally.

Duster will support TransAnatolia from Izmir to Samsun on a challenging race course where climate, elevation and road surface change dramatically. We are greatful to Dacia and other supporters for their contributions to our organisation.

Here is the 2016 Route

TransAnatolia 2016 route is launched on a presentation which took place in Istanbul. Seventh edition of TransAnatolia Rally Raid will follow a route from Izmir to Samsun. 

2016 edition will run between the Western and the Northern parts of Anatolia. A route from Aegean Sea to Black Sea will be followed. Izmir will host the start ceremonial and Samsun will be the place for finish podium.

Registration Opens for 2016

Registration fees for 2016 edition of TransAnatolia Rally Raid is published. Moreover, registration process officially started. Now you can register online.

We offer great deals for early bird registrations. Click here to check entry fees for 2016.

Now, online registration gives you the chance to select your desired competitor number. Please note that selecting a number does not guarantee that it will be given to you.

2016 Dates Are Announced

TransAnatolia Rally Raid 2016 will take place between August 20 and 27. Get ready for the summer! Details of the route will be announced later.

End of the August for the seventh TransAnatolia edition has been set. Mark your calendars from now.

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2016 Dates Are Announced

Phenomenal Finale

On the final day of the event competitors followed the Hittite ruins to reach Ankara for finish ceremonial. Last stage of TransAnatolia 2015 was as adventurous as the previous stages.

Yamaha riders Helder Rodrigues and Alessandro Botturi set the fastest times and they were followed by KTM's Catalan rider Laia Sanz. At the end of 3000km and 7 days Gerard Farres Guell claimed the victory. Helder Rodrigues came Ankara in runner up position and Alessandro Botturi took to the final podium place.

What a Penultimate Day

Penultimate day of the event was one of the longest and thoughest. Who completed the day almost finished the event. Competitors seized their chances for attacking prior to the start day six.

This time Himonsa's Gerard Farres Guell took the stage win and kept his leading position. Helder Rodrigues followed him in both day and overall classification. Italy's Vanni Cominotto was the third fastest with an impressive outing. Another Italian Alessandro Botturi hold his place in P3.

Challenging Conditions

Day five of TransAnatolia saw a twisty and technical stage en route to West. Competitors left behind all the distance to reach bivouac in Refahiye.

Yamaha rider Alessandro Botturi was the fastest and his pace helped him to sit on third place in overall. Botturi's team mate Helder Rodrigues set the second fastest time and stayed on third place. Race leader Gerard Farres Guell was the third fastest.

Great Adventure!

Fourth day of the event started from Erzurum and no matter the changes competitors enjoyed the thrilling stage so much! In short, it was another day with full of action.

Gerard Farres Guell was the fastest in stage eight which helped him to extend his lead. Olivier Pain set a quick time behind Guell and showcased his talent. Helder Rodrigues kept his position on day four, as well. Paolo Ceci stayed on third position.