Dakar 2017: Stephane Peterhansel leads the Car category after Stage 10 win

Sam Sunderland, who finished the stage in 12th place, still holds the overall lead in the Bike category

Overdrive January 13, 2017 15:39:03 IST
Dakar 2017: Stephane Peterhansel leads the Car category after Stage 10 win

With just two stages left before the end of the 2017 Dakar Rally, the competition is getting very close, especially in the Car category. Stephane Peterhansel has managed to regain the overall lead from team-mate Sebastien Loeb, after winning Stage 10 with a time of 4hr47m. Loeb finished 7m28s behind him to take 2nd, while Cyril Despres took third with a time of 4hr57m01s. Peterhansel had actually finished the stage in 3rd place, after he collided with biker, Simon Marcic, and waited till the medical team arrived. According to the provisional...

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