Monday , September 26 2022

"Chaleco" López conquered the sixth stage of SxS that now leads Gerard Farrés



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The Chilean pilot Francisco "Chaleco" López He won the sixth stage of the SxS category of the Rally Dakar of Peru, the general classification was now led by the Spanish Gerard Farrés.

López finished the day between Arequipa and San Juan de Marcona (336 kilometers), with a time of 4h12 & # 39; & # 39 ;, followed by Farrés to 12 & # 39; 31 & # 39; & # 39; and by the American Casey Currie to 16 '' 56 ''.

These results left Hispanic at the top of the table, with 13 '' 31 '' advantage over the Russian Sergei Kariakin. That's because the national Rodrigo MorenoWhich led the classification, was relegated at this stage and finished twelve.

Lopez is fourth in the general, 58 "43" from Farrés and Moreno now runs fifth to 1h16 "58" of Spanish.

"We are satisfied with our performance today. The work of the mechanic team was extraordinary during the rest day, now being able to shorten the distance with those that do not precede. We always walked in depth with Alvaro (León)," maybe risking a bit, so much that we turn ourselves into a dune, keeping a head, but quickly returning to the position of four wheels, "explained" Armilla "at the end of the special.

The Curican along with his navigator left Arequipa with the conviction of shortening distance and putting pressure on his immediate opponents, reaching second place in the 7 WP and therefore finishing in the first place in the summation

"We started early in the morning from Arequipa. We had a link at the beginning of six and a half hours to go out at noon to the special. On the way we cover kilometers for beaches, sectors of fesh fesh (sand dust) , stones, dunes and a lot of wind. After drawing all of this, we feel satisfied with the result. We will go tomorrow with the same strategy to recover the lost time last Thursday, "López concluded.

The seventh stage will be played this Monday at Sant Joan de Marcona, with 332 kilometers of special.

Classifications sixth stage
1. Francisco López (CHI / Can-Am) 4h12 & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
2. Gerard Farres (ESP / Can-Am) at 12 '' 31 ''
3. Casey Currie (USA / Channel- Am) to 16 & # 39; 56 & # 39; & # 39;
4. Sergei Kariakin (RUS / BRP) at 17 '' 31 ''
5. Ricardo Porem (PER / Can-Am) at 37 '' 59 ''
6. José Antonio Fonoll (ESP / Can-Am) at 38 '15 & # 39; & # 39;
7. Reinaldo Varela (BRA / Can-Am) at 51 '' 14 '' & # 39;
8. Hernán Garcés (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h01 & # 39; 01 "
9. Miguel Jordao (PER / Can-Am) at 1:12 "52"
10. Michelangelo Bertolla (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h21 & # 39; 08 "
11. Cristian Baumgart (BRA / Can-Am) at 1:30 p.m. 22 "
12. Rodrigo Moreno (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h37 "

general classification

1. Gerard Farres (ESP / Can-Am) 26h08 '53' & # 39; & # 39;
2. Sergei Kariakin (RUS / BRP) to 13 '' 31 ''
3. Reinaldo Varela (BRA / Can-Am) at 32 '' 36 ''
4. Francisco López (CHI / Can-Am) to 58 '43' & # 39; & # 39;
5. Rodrigo Moreno (CHI / Can-Am) at 1:16 & # 58; 58 "
6. Casey Currie (USA / Channel- Am) at 1:41 & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
7. Ricardo Porem (PER / Can-Am) at 2:30 p.m. & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
8. Miguel Jordao (PER / Can-Am) at 2:49 p.m. 19 "
9. Marc Baumgart (BRA / Can-Am) at 3h01 & # 58; 58 "
10. Cristian Baumgart (BRA / Can-Am) at 3:15 a.m. 23 "
10. José Antonio Fonoll (ESP / Can-Am) at 3h24 '37 & # 39; & # 39;
12. Hernán Garcés (CHI / Can-Am) at 4:13 a.m. 52 "
13. Michelangelo Bertolla (CHI / Can-Am) at 5:48 a.m. 09 "

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