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  • 2010 Dakar Stage Twelve (12) | Race Results

    2010 Dakar Stage Twelve (12) | Race Results

    The Countdown

    With a third special stage victory on the Dakar 2010, Francisco Lopez has stolen a march in his combat with Pal-Anders Ullevalseter for 2nd place in the general standings, which are still dominated by Cyril Despres. Two days from the finish in Buenos Aires, Carlos Sainz slightly increased his lead over Nasser Al Attiyah, but the gap is still only 5’20”. In the truck race, Vladimir Chagin chalked up another victory, bringing his score for 2010 to nine.


  • 2010 Dakar Stage Nine (9) | Race Results

    2010 Dakar Stage Nine (9) | Race Results

    Coma’s Sprint Finish

    The 9th stage of the Dakar was like an exciting sprint finish between the rally favourites. Although the first ten to finish yesterday started side-by-side, Marc Coma was the quickest over the 170-km route. The Catalan picked up the 10th special stage victory of his Dakar career by beating general standings leader Cyril Despres by only 4 seconds. In the car race, the day belonged to Nasser Al Attiyah, the day’s winner, who clawed back nearly 6 minutes on rally leader Carlos Sainz.


  • 2010 Dakar Stage Two (2) | Video

    2010 Dakar Stage Two (2) | Video

    Dakar Stage Two Results

    Click video to see the highlights from Stage Two (2) of the 2010 Dakar. The days special stage goes to David Frétigné, who gets his eighth stage victory in a Dakar finishing 43 ahead of David Casteu, who still remains leader in the overall standings.

    In the cars category, Volkswagen is putting its cards on the table with Nasser Al Attiyah, who achieved both best clock and nr.1 position in the standings. Four of the Race Touareg are in the days Top 5.


  • 2010 Dakar Stage Two | Race Results

    2010 Dakar Stage Two | Race Results

    David Frétigné’s Day

    The day’s special stage (2010 Dakar Stage 2) goes to David Frétigné, who gets his eighth stage victory in a Dakar finishing 43” ahead of David Casteu, who still remains leader in the overall standings. In the cars category, Volkswagen is putting its cards on the table with Nasser Al Attiyah, who achieved both best clock and nr.1 position in the standings. Four of the Race Touareg are in the day’s Top 5.


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