Dakar 2017: Hero MotoSports Team Rally’s Joaquim Rodrigues moves up to 12th overall after Stage 4
CS Santosh moves up 27 places to take 77th overall
The stages in the 2017 Dakar Rally are only getting trickier as the days go by, and Stage 4 has had its fair share of dropouts. The first part of the stage comprised of soft sand and then fine dust, which made it all the more tricky to tackle. However, Hero MotoSports Team Rally’s CS Santosh and Joaquim Rodrigues have made it through to Stage 5 without any major mishaps.
Rodrigues finished the stage in 5hr37m48s to take an impressive 9th place in this stage. He managed this despite having stopped twice at accidents to call for the...
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