Trucker Gerard de Rooy is Sunday as the second ended in the sixth stage of the Dakar Rally. The Dutchman had in his Iveco only Siarhei Viazovich from belarus for itself.
De Rooy gave in the special stage about 336 kilometres from Arequipa to San Juan de Marcona five minutes and 45 seconds on Viazovich.
The White Russian would be the seventh checkpoint have missed. This may he an hour imprisonment, which he his victory is lost to The Rooy.
That would be the second Dutch victory in a row mean with the trucks. Ton van Genugten was Saturday during the day of rest, is still designated as the winner of the fifth stage.
Van Genugten was Friday in the trial of Tacna to Arequipa as the fifth ended, but by the disqualification of the Russian Andrey Karginov and recovering lost time, he pushed on to the first place.
In the ranking occupied The Day in third place. The Dutchman has almost two hours of catching up with the Russian Eduard Nikolaev, who is in the lead. His fellow countryman Dmitry Sotnikov is second to approximately ten minutes behind.
Loeb book third victory in cars
The cars booked Sébastien Loeb his third victory. The Frenchman, who was previously the second and the fifth stage won, was in his Peugeot two minutes and seventeen seconds faster than Nasser Al-Attiyah, the leader in the standings.
Carlos Sainz finished in nearly seven minutes of Loeb in third in the sixth stage. The Spaniard in the standings for more than five hours behind Al-Attiyah.
The Toyota driver from Qatar has in the standings by a significant margin of almost 38 minutes on Loeb. His fellow countryman Stéphane Peterhansel lost almost nineteen minutes, and dropped to the third place in the standings.
Bernhard ten Brinke had to settle for the ninth place in the longest stage. The Dutchman had in his Toyota for a long time the third delay in hands, but lost in the final a lot of time.
Ten Brinke eventually gave in 27 minutes, and 29 seconds to Loeb. In the standings, he is looking at a backlog of more than four hours, and he stands provisional seventh.
Quintanilla stores double win at the engines
On the bikes, grabbed Pablo Quintanilla the power. The Chileen won on his Husqvarna the sixth stage, which he called the Argentinian Kevin Benavides almost two minutes behind him. The Austrian Matthias Walkner was more than four minutes in the third.
Quintanilla also took the lead in the standings over Ricky Brabec. The American gave a seven minute and thirty seconds on the stage winner.
Brabec has in the standings, a gap of four minutes and 38 seconds Quintanilla. Toby Price from Australia occupied more than five minutes the third place.