Sertões Series returns with races in Brazil and Argentina

Four race championship include Sertões Rally and SARR to test competitors in different conditions

The 2024 season started and, with it, a competition established as a reference on brazilian rally raid scene: Sertões Series. A four race championship promoted with the 31-year expertise of Sertões BRB (Sertões Rally). The goal here is to help brazilian riders, drivers and codrivers to develop their skills and prepare them to shine on international challenges as the Dakar, the W2RC and Baja World Cup, as it is already the case.

This year, Sertões Series innovates with two rounds in Argentina. Throughout a partnership between Dunas Race and Associación Argentina de Rally-Raid, both South American Rally Race (SARR) and SARR Series Fiambalá are part of the calendar. Which is completed by Sertões BRB Rally itself, in August, and a new event, Sertões Series Tocantins, in october.

Cars, bikes, quads and SSVs will race for the titles within the Brazilian Motorcycling and Auto Racing federation's rules and classes. As it's happening on SARR (which goes until February 10th), competitors coming from different countries add to the challenge. And brazilian teams offer all the package to those who want to join the fray.

"The return of Sertões Series was always on our plans and became possible this year, with the icing on the cake of racing in Argentina twice and a new event in Sertões Series Tocantins. With the Sertões BRB Rally tradition and challenge, we have a calendar that will test riders, drivers and codrivers in different conditions of terrain. Besides the titles, the championship will also help our competitors to hone their skills and prepare to other races", says Dunas Race CEO, Leonora Guedes.

Sertões Series 2024 Calendar

  • 1st to 10th February - SARR (Argentina)
  • 24th to 31st August - Sertões BRB
  • 8th to 12th October - Sertões Tocantins
  • 12th to 16th November - SARR Series Fiambalá (Argentina)

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Source: Dunas Race
Photos: Duda Bairros / Sertões and Paco Foto/SARR