http://www.emol.com/noticias/Deport...-que-tengamos-una-carrera-sin-accidentes.html The new role and goals as sporting director Marc Coma Dakar 2016 The Spanish, once champion of competition rider, took on this new challenge, which says its main objective "is to have a race without accidents". BUENOS AIRES The Spanish Marc Coma defined as a "great challenge" and "opportunity to return" this first experience as living in this 2016 Dakar sporting director. "My biggest goal is to have a race without incident. That everything goes perfectly and that a sporting level, an attractive competition. I think that is guaranteed by the level of pilots and the presence of the new generation of Dakar," he said Coma . "This offer to be the new director of the Dakar competition was also an unexpected surprise for me. The motorcycle rider has in mind at a time of a sporting career jump cars, or be 'team manager', or create your own structure but never thought this opportunity, a real pride and recognition of the organization, "was sincere five-time winner of the event (2006, 2009, 2011, 2014 and 2015). Now, in relation to the need to design a new route after the fall of Peru as a participant country, Coma stressed how difficult it has meant everything. "It has not been an easy year but in the Dakar context us in a difficult situation always moving. This time we had to put together a tour to trial, I think we would not have succeeded without the experience of ASO team all these years in South America" , he pointed. With respect to the layout of the route, at the various locations where the race passes, sporting director noted that some changes have been applied to the competition. "We tried to bring some sporting innovations such as the marathon stage in Jujuy format park closed that since 1998 not was implemented. In addition to long stages other than pure sprint with a difficult navigation, especially in the second week "he said in relation to the new 2016. When asked about the competition on motorcycles, Catalan was sincere and said: "The situation is that in the last ten years we have shared the wins on motorcycles between Cyril (Despres) and I, and now he's in cars and I'm as sports director. That has changed the landscape and I think every team has at least one pilot prepared to win, plus the new generation of enduro champions arriving, leaving a very exciting prospect in this category. " Finally he referred to the future of competition in 2017 with a reassuring message for South America: "Since the arrival of the Dakar in South America have discovered many stunning places we have left so many know and multiple to return Both Peru and Chile try to return. part of the route of the Dakar. " "The Dakar is a race evolving but has established itself in South America with an imprint that nobody would have imagined in 2009 and there is still much to discover. But it is also true that the origins are in Africa, although north by geopolitical conditions when it is impossible to return. "