De Villiers hammers home his advantage as Van Loon cracks


Giniel De Villiers poursuit is continuing to perform well as he maintains the lead, but now Martin Prokop has moved into second place, more than 7’ behind the South African. Erik Van Loon has lost more than 13’ and drops into ninth position.

Nani Roma has climbed into third place ahead of Brian Baragwanath, who sprang the surprise of the day on the prologue with second place.

After navigational errors yesterday, Mathieu Serradori is again experiencing misfortune. The Frenchman broke down after 17 km and has had to wait for his assistance team to arrive before commencing repairs. It is a tough blow for the Century driver.

By: Official Dakar website

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