Aron Domżała: The last three stages were for tourists compared to that stage


The Polish rider finished 5th on the stage won by “Chaleco” López and is especially ready to pounce on any opportunity, trailing behind the Chilean in the general standings by 10’51’’.

“It was tricky navigation. We got lost a little bit at the beginning, but then I would say it wasn’t a fast stage, it was really technical with really hard dunes. I love that sort of stage. This is the Dakar – the last three stages were for tourists compared to that stage. We’re close to “Chaleco” but today he was much faster. In the dunes he has incredible speed, so today he put seven minutes into us, but there are still a lot of stages to go”.

By: Official Dakar website

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