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Seals the win in final lap dash in Santiago scorcher BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Max Guenther clinched a hard-earned victory in the scorching heat of Santiago after a fierce battle with DS Techeetah's Antonio Felix da Costa. Coming in third was Poleman and Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Mitch Evans.
Formula E - ahead of Santiago showdown Panasonic Jaguar Racing's Mitch Evans made it through a challenging Qualifying session to snatch the Julius Baer Pole Position for the first time in the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Trailing Evans is BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Max Guenther, who starts ahead of Mahindra Racing's Pascal Wehrlein and NIO 333's Oliver Turvey in fourth. Rounding off Super Pole was former champ and Nissan e.dams' Sebastian Buemi, who started on Pole here in Santiago last year.
Sainz gets 3rd win, first for American Ricky Brabec Two-time World Rally champion Carlos Sainz Sr has won this third Dakar Rally victory, held in Saudi Arabia for the first time ever. Sainz finished more than six minutes ahead of defending winner Nasser Al-Attiyah after 12 stages. Ricky Brabec (Hesperia, California, USA) becomes the first ever American rider to clinch the Dakar Rally in the Bike category. The rider concluded this year’s edition with two stage victories, in a rally which he led uninterruptedly from stage three.
Brabec holds onto Bike lead Defending Dakar champion Stephane Peterhansel set the pace in Stage 11 of the 2020 Dakar Rally, but X-raid Mini stablemate Carlos Sainz Sr retains a healthy lead ahead of the marathon's final stage. Al-Attiyah will enter the marathon finale as Sainz's nearest rival and with a six-second gap to Peterhansel, who will be running ahead on the road. American Ricky Brabec holds on to the overall leadership of the 2020 Dakar Rally in the Bike category but Chilean rider Pablo Quintanilla is not giving up having won again today.
Sainz regains control on stage 10 as Alonso barrel rolls
Honda Riders 1-2-3 in Stage 10 Two-time winner Carlos Sainz Sr. regained control of the 2020 Dakar Rally car category from his long-time rivals Nasser Al-Attiyah and Stephane Peterhansel after they lost over 10 minutes each to the Spaniard during Wednesday's stage 10. Sainz Sr. has taken a commanding lead in the 2020 edition of the Dakar Rally after topping stage 10, which was suspended before the halfway point. Barreda, Brabec and Benavides occupied the top three Bike places in the tenth stage of the 2020 Dakar Rally to confirm Monster Energy Honda Team’s intentions for the overall victory.
Dakar Stage 9: Sainz clings on to lead, Peterhansel wins
Quintanilla wins Stage 9 for Bikes The Dakar Rally continues to head towards the east of the Arabian peninsula with the camp for the ninth stage situated in Haradh. The assistants will remain at this point for the coming three days – the final bivouac before the rally concludes in Qiddiyah. Defending Dakar champion Stephane Peterhansel won his third stage of the 2020 Dakar Rally, as Nasser Al-Attiyah cut rally leader Carlos Sainz Sr's lead to almost nothing. In Bikes Pablo Quintanilla took his and Husqvarna's first stage win of the 2020 Dakar Rally.
by Andrew Maitland Death in motor racing is sad, but it is also an awkward thing. Every single time it happens - the latest being the 40-year-old Paolo Goncalves at the notoriously dangerous off-road Dakar Rally on Monday - we all dutifully talk about being saddened by the terrible "tragedy" of it all. "Tragic Dakar death", exclaimed Fox Sports. "A tragic crash" in the deserts surrounding Layla, Saudi Arabia, Motorsport.com added. Goncalves "died trying to achieve the dream of winning one of the hardest and most dangerous rally events in the world."
Dakar Stage 8: Serradori surprise winner, Alonso 2nd
Sainz Sr. still leads. Bikes cancelled for Stage The 2020 Dakar Rally continued its relentless journey across Saudi Arabia on Stage 8 of the classic desert race. Leads came and went as competitors were forced to navigate a series of dunes amid spectacular scenery. It was another pulsating day of action in the car race with the leading trio even closer together after Stage 8. Race leader Carlos Sainz Sr. (ESP) saw his advantage cut to less than seven minutes on the 477-kilometer loop stage around the Wadi Al-Dawasir bivouac.
American Brabec maintains lead in Bikes Carlos Sainz Sr. has won his third stage of the 2020 Dakar Rally to further extend his advantage at the top of the general classification. Sainz's advantage over reigning champion Nasser Al-Attiyah in the overall standings is now 10 minutes. American Ricky Brabec lost time to teammate Joan Barreda in stage 7 but remains in control of the overall Bike standings by 24 min.
Dakar reaches halfway with Sainz Sr & Brabec leading
Peterhansel and Brabec take Stage 6 wins The 2020 Dakar Rally has taken competitors on a grueling 3,700km route between Jeddah and Riyadh, and we’re only at the halfway mark! The offroaders that remain in the race will now take a well-deserved Rest Day before tackling six more challenging stages before the checkered flag falls in Qiddiya. The three-way battle between Dakar legends Carlos Sainz (ESP), Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT) and Stephane Peterhansel (FRA) continues to intensify in the car race. On Stage 6 it was the turn of Peterhansel to lead home the frontrunners, but Sainz and Al-Attiyah were both able to minimize any lost time.
Dakar Day 5: Sainz Sr. scorches to a second stage win
Brabec controls the Bikes and remains leader after the fifth stage Former champions both exited and returned to the 2020 Dakar Rally on a wild Stage 5 dominated by sandy terrain. With the Rest Day in Riyadh now just one day away, we’re witnessing world class offroaders assert their authority at the 42nd edition of the world’s toughest rally. Carlos Sainz Sr, Toby Price, Cyril Despres and Dmitry Sotnikov all bagged victories but Sam Sunderland suffered a heavy crash and is out of the race.
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