Quads -Dakar stage 3 González Ferioli gets the best of Cavigliasso

Quads -Dakar stage 3 González Ferioli gets the best of Cavigliasso

09.01.2019: Dakar Rally Stage 3 San Juan de Marcona to Arequipa 467-kilometre liaison - 331 kilometres raced against the clock Wednesday, January 9th 2019 Jeremías González Ferioli had to bring his A game to end the domination of fellow Argentinian Nicolás Ca


Dakar Rally Stage 3
San Juan de Marcona to Arequipa
467-kilometre liaison - 331 kilometres raced against the clock
Wednesday, January 9th 2019

 

Jeremías González Ferioli had to bring his A game to end the domination of fellow Argentinian Nicolás Cavigliasso in this year's Dakar.


The young rider rolled into Arequipa with 1'44' to spare at the end of a closely fought special, while Gustavo Gallego lost 10'50' today.




top5 stage 3 Dakar  (provisional)



1        241    J. GONZALEZ FERIOLI     YAMAHA    005:16:03        00:00:00
2        240    N. CAVIGLIASSO     YAMAHA    005:17:47    00:01:44    00:00:00
3        257    G. GALLEGO     YAMAHA    005:26:53    00:10:50    00:00:00
4        270    G. ENRICO     YAMAHA    005:30:49    00:14:46    00:00:00
5        250    A. GIROUD     YAMAHA    005:47:09    00:31:06    00:00:00





Overall standings after Dakar stage 3 (provisional)




1        240    N. CAVIGLIASSO     YAMAHA    10:57:12    0:00:00    00:00:00
2        241    J. GONZALEZ FERIOLI     YAMAHA    11:27:04    0:29:52    00:00:00
3        257    G. GALLEGO     YAMAHA    11:27:32    0:30:20    00:00:00
4        270    G. ENRICO     YAMAHA    11:42:52    0:45:40    00:00:00
5        250    A. GIROUD     YAMAHA    11:56:36    0:59:24    00:05:00





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