Frenchman Peterhansel wins for the thirteenth time Dakar Rally
Stephane Peterhansel, the Dakar Rally for the thirteenth time won. The 51-year-old French racing driver suggested Saturday’s final stage to Buenos Aires the victory safe.
Peterhansel is now only six victories on the bikes, and seven for the cars. He is record holder. His nickname is not for nothing that ‘Monsieur Dakar’.
Country – and team-mate Sebastien Loeb was Saturday, the fastest and continued to Put nineteen seconds. Peterhansel kept the overall a lead of five minutes and thirteen seconds on Loeb.
Thursday, threatened to Put his leadership position to lose to Loeb. A few hours after the finish he was still, as the winner of the day declared.
Peterhansel ran waste of time because he is the injured Slovenian motorcycle racer Simon Marcic after a collision friendly. Peterhansel remained with his injured colleagues until medical help came. The time which he with stop lost, was the final winner back from the jury.