Dakar Rally SS4: All the MINI JCW Rally in the top 10

Dakar Rally SS4: All the MINI JCW Rally in the top 10

11.01.2019: Third place for Kuba Przygonski Crews left to their own devices this evening The MINI John Cooper Works Rally crews once again produced a strong team performance across the board on stage four, from Arequ

•    Third place for Kuba Przygonski

•    Crews left to their own devices this evening




The MINI John Cooper Works Rally crews once again produced a strong team performance across the board on stage four, from Arequipa to Tacna. Jakub ‘Kuba’ Przygonski (POL) and Tom Colsoul (BEL) finished third today, followed by Joan ‘Nani’ Roma and Alex Haro (both ESP).



Their team-mates Yazeed Al-Rajhi (KSA) and Timo Gottschalk (GER) ended stage four in sixth place. Boris Garafulic (CHI) and Filipe Palmeiro (POR) also had a good day, finishing ninth. The drivers must survive the evening without their mechanics. While they spend the night in Tacna, the teams remain in Arequipa.



Przygonski and Colsoul remain within striking distance of the leaders. Third place on today’s stage saw then climb one position into fourth place in the overall standings. “That was a long, tough stage,” said the Pole, summing up day four of the 2019 Dakar.




 “There were big rocks littered throughout the entire stage – that was tough for the car, the tires, and for us. We tried to push, but were frustrated by a few minor navigational errors. As far as we can say, the car is in good condition. Let’s wait and see what we find when we take a closer look.”



Roma and Haro also continued their good form, climbing into third place overall. “It was not easy today. There was a lot of dust, fesh-fesh and rocks. The route was already fairly wrecked,” said the MINI JCW Rally driver. “We obviously wanted to look after the car and, above all, to avoid any punctures. That was not so easy on today’s route, but we are happy.”




Al-Rajhi and Gottschalk were not happy with the way an eventful day panned out. The dropped from second to fifth in the overall standings – but are still in touch with the leaders. “We had a difficult stage with a lot of problems,” said the Saudi.



“We got stuck in the fesh-fesh, as there were motorcycles in the way. Later on, we had to stop twice because of punctures. Then we came across another bike, which had stopped without any warning behind a dune. We stopped to check that he was okay. That all cost us a lot of time. It was not a good day, but the coming days are sure to be better.”



The drivers have a long day ahead of them tomorrow, before they rejoin their teams. In total, they must cover 714 kilometers, 450 of which are against the clock.





Rally Dakar - Result SS4



1. Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT) / Mathieu Baumel (FRA) Toyota - 3h 57m 57s
2. Stéphane Peterhansel (FRA) / David Castera (FRA) MINI JCW Buggy - 3h 54m 31s
3. Kuba Przygonski (POL) / Tom Colsoul (BEL) MINI JCW Rally - 4h 06m 18s
4. Nani Roma (ESP) / Alex Haro (ESP) MINI JCW Rally - 4h 07m 21s
5. Sebastian Loeb (FRA) / Daniel Elena (FRA) Peugeot - 3h 51m 12s
6. Yazeed Al-Rajhi (SAU) / Timo Gottschalk (GER) MINI JCW Rally - 4h 12m 43s
7. Cyril Despres (FRA) / Jean-Paul Cottret (FRA) MINI JCW Buggy - 4h 22m 35s
8. Boris Garafulic (CHL) / Filipe Palmeiro (PRT) MINI John Cooper Works Rally - 4h 04m 40s
9. Carlos Sainz (ESP) / Lucas Cruz (ESP) MINI JCW Buggy - 4h 11m 22s
10. Harry Hunt (GBR) / Wouter Rosegaar (NDL) Peugeot - 4h 16m 47s




 
Rally Dakar - Overall result after SS4




1. Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT) / Mathieu Baumel (FRA) Toyota - 12h 12m 57s
2. Stéphane Peterhansel (FRA) / David Castera (FRA) MINI JCW Buggy - 12h 21m 52s
3. Nani Roma (ESP) / Alex Haro (ESP) MINI JCW Rally - 12h 33m 48s
4. Kuba Przygonski (POL) / Tom Colsoul (BEL) MINI JCW Rally - 12h 35m 14s
5. Yazeed Al-Rajhi (SAU) / Timo Gottschalk (GER) MINI JCW Rally - 12h 37m 56s
6. Sebastian Loeb (FRA) / Daniel Elena (FRA) Peugeot -  13h 03m 19s
7. Cyril Despres (FRA) / Jean-Paul Cottret (FRA) MINI JCW Buggy - 13h 03m 28s
8. Aron Domzala (POL) / Maciej Marton (POL) Toyota - 13h 41m 34s
9. Boris Garafulic (CHL) / Filipe Palmeiro (PRT) MINI John Cooper Works Rally - 13h 49m 49s
10. Harry Hunt (GBR) / Wouter Rosegaar (NDL) Peugeot - 13h 50m 34s


 

 


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