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Nani Roma wins third stage and takes overall lead

Nani Roma of Spain wins third stage in Dakar and takes overall lead in cars

KTM rider Ruben Faria of Portugal rides in the dunes during the second stage of the Dakar Rally between the cities of San Luis and San Rafael in San R...
The car of Javier Campillay of Chile and co-pilot Jose Ocampo of Argentina, left, drives by what remains of the Toyota of driver Bauyrzhan Issabayev a...
Mini driver Orlando Terranova of Argentina and co-pilot Paulo Fiuza of Portugal race during the second stage of the Dakar Rally between the cities of ...
Spectators camp on the dunes to watch the second stage of the Dakar Rally between the cities of San Luis and San Rafael in San Rafael, Argentina, Mond...

Argentina Dakar Rally

KTM rider Ruben Faria of Portugal rides in the dunes during the second stage of the Dakar Rally between the cities of San Luis and San Rafael in San R...

Argentina Dakar Rally

The car of Javier Campillay of Chile and co-pilot Jose Ocampo of Argentina, left, drives by what remains of the Toyota of driver Bauyrzhan Issabayev a...

Argentina Dakar Rally

Mini driver Orlando Terranova of Argentina and co-pilot Paulo Fiuza of Portugal race during the second stage of the Dakar Rally between the cities of ...

Argentina Dakar Rally

Spectators camp on the dunes to watch the second stage of the Dakar Rally between the cities of San Luis and San Rafael in San Rafael, Argentina, Mond...

SAN JUAN, Argentina (AP) -- Nani Roma of Spain won Tuesday's third stage of the Dakar Rally, which also pulled him into the overall lead in the car division.

Roma, driving a Mini, finished 1:07 ahead of Krzysztof Holowczyc of Poland and 3:19 in front of Leeroy Poulter of South Africa. Roma leads the overall car standings by 9:06 over Orlando Terranova of Argentina and is 10 minutes ahead of Nasser Al-Attiyah of Qatar.

Eleven-time champion Stephane Peterhansel slipped to fifth in the overall standings, 24:08 behind the leader.

In bikes, Joan Barreda Bort of Spain took the overall lead with a victory in the third stage. Barreda Bort was 4:41 head of Cyril Despres of France and 6:56 in front of Marc Coma of Spain.

Barreda Bort leads Despres by 13:04 in the overall.


Updated : 2021-07-26 01:10 GMT+08:00