Want good things to happen to you? Follow us on Facebook.

Watch Featured Movies

Madness In The Desert Paris To Dakar: Documentary telling the story of the world’s craziest race. In 1977 French motorcyclist Thierry Sabine was in serious trouble, lost in the Libyan desert and dying from thirst. Whilst most men would weep and think back over their lives, Thierry thought about coming back – to do a rally across the Sahara Desert. The 9,000km Paris-Dakar rally was born. The rally became a beacon for eccentric adventurers battling the terrain in customised vehicles, seduced by the romance of the desert and the extreme challenge. It soon became a victim of its own rapid success. Caught up in controversy and with a total of over 60 deaths, in 2008 this incredible event was brought to an end in Africa by terrorism. Featuring winners Cyril Neveu, Hubert Auriol, Jean Louis Schlesser, Ari Vatanen, Stephane Peterhansel, Martine De Cortanze, former participant Sir Mark Thatcher and many more, this is the story of the biggest motorsport event the world has ever seen and one of the greatest challenges of human endeavour ever conceived, told by those that took part. How the West took on a landscape of incredible beauty and scale. And lost.

  • Currently 3.71/5
(24 votes)
Ratings: IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: March 03, 2013
Genres: Documentary
Actors:

Madness In The Desert Paris To Dakar Links

Streaming films is becoming more risky every day. We strongly urge our users to use a VPN to make themselves anonymous while streaming films and TV shows online. Using a VPN ensures that your ISP, the government and the NSA can’t spy on you or block any streams. They will not be able to see ANY of your online activity. Protect Your Privacy with a Free VPN
Version 1 6403 views Report Broken
  • Currently 5.00/5
(1 votes)
Version 2 15094 views Report Broken
  • Currently 5.00/5
(1 votes)
Version 3 3138 views Report Broken
  • Currently 5.00/5
(1 votes)
Version 4 1759 views Report Broken
  • Currently 3.00/5
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
(3 votes)
Version 5 15 views Report Broken
  • Currently 0.00/5
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
(0 votes)
= Low Quality = Medium Quality = High Quality How do I watch these?

Sponsored Content

Madness In The Desert Paris To Dakar Comments

Posted by zrx1200rutrowe 1 year, 7 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

Great documentary about the Paris Dakar

Posted by ruzzman 4 years, 1 month ago
+1 | +1 / -0

If you love racing, real racing (especially rally racing), then you'll enjoy this documentary. Well put together, but could have been better if they included more clips from the race itself. I'd love to race it myself.

Posted by verderubro 4 years, 1 month ago
+1 | +1 / -0

Great documentary about the Paris Dakar (toughest race in the world).. really hope this race returns to where it belongs)

Posted by BUDDHA512 4 years, 1 month ago
+1 | +1 / -0

I always enjoyed watching it on TV.

Posted by Nervozniribolovac 4 years, 1 month ago
+1 | +1 / -0

One of best documentary I've seen in long long time...

Post a Comment

Please login to make a comment

Madness In The Desert Paris To Dakar Reviews



Remember Me
Forgot Login | Make a Free Account

Information

LetMeWatchThis Guide TV Schedule

Support the Site

Site Updates and News

Did you know you can use Primewire.org and Primewire.is to access this site? Well, now you do.
Check out the personalized TV Schedule.

Latest Comments

Grey's Anatomy

wolfynix : Sooo... Maybe don't be snacking during this episode, hahaha

The Great Raid

water2whine : Robert Prince was destiny's child to have been chosen for this mission at this t ...

A Dog's Purpose

adfullclip : This was a beautiful movie I loved it!

Borderline

onesuu : oh please, has anybody some links to this movie? please!

The Big Bang Theory

Eigyr : Wow a really funny ep , a lot of lol . again .. Nice

Knock Knock

Samoth21 : OMG Ana de Armas is so freaking hot!!!

Bad Timing

StoneyX213 : a degenerate jew raping an overdosed girl. very nasty movie.

More Comments

Support the Site

Tell Us Stuff

Support the Site