PHOTO ALERT: How Bernhard’s Ten Brinke car looked after a roll


They were among the first five drivers after 354 km, but Bernhard Ten Brinke and his Belgian co-pilot Tom Colsoul rolled their car 10 km further on. Fortunately, this accident has not had serious consequences for the Toyota duo, who are now awaiting their assistance team.

Meanwhile, B. Ten Brike announced that he and his co-driver are fine: “Unfortunately, we crashed 40km before the finish. Luckly Tom and I are okay.”

“We are waiting for assistance to hopefully arrive soon at the bivouac. The hilux has a lot of damage. I will keep you updated soon!”, said B. Ten Brinke.

Photo credit: RTL/GP
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