Fifteen crews will face the 38th edition of the Dakar 6hrs scheduled for May 11th and 12th at the Dakar-Baobab racetrack in Sindia (60km from the capital), the Senegalese Federation of Motor Sports and Motorcyclists (FSAM) . No less than fifteen crews will face the start of the superb Dakar-Baobab race circuit in the 4.7-kilometer Cydia with many turns. APS. "This endurance race will be held for two days with a first round of 3 pm on May 11, Qualification Tests that will set the starting grid.The second round is the same duration scheduled the next day," says the same source Fsam reports that different types of cars will compete in front of an amateur audience for "good asphalt pulling." The Senegalese pilots responded to the invitation, despite the challenges that will have to be met, as well as others coming from abroad. release.