Thursday , January 27 2022

"Chaleco" López conquered the sixth phase of SxS, which is now run by Gerard Farrés



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Chilean pilot Francisco "Chaleco" López won. , Peru Dakar Rally SxS Category whose general classification is now managed by Spanish Gerard Farrés.

Lopez completed the round trip between Arequipa and San Juan de Marcona (336 kilometers), with the time 4h12 & # 39; 08 & # 39; & # 39; followed by Farrés 12 & # 39; 31 & # 39; & # 39; and American Casey Currie at 16 & # 39; 56 & # 39; & # 39 ;.

These results left at the top of the Spanish table, 13 & # 39; 31 "before the Russian Sergey Kariakina. Rodrigo Morenowho led the classification was downgraded at this stage and ended in the twelfth.

Lopez is fourth, 58 & # 39; 43 behind Farrés & Moreno is now fifth place at 1h16 & # 39; 58 "behind Spanish.

"We are pleased with our performance today, the work of the mechanics team was an unusual day of rest, today we can shorten the distance with those who did not come. We always went with Alvaro (León), maybe risking a bit, so much that we dump the dune, we stay on the head, but quickly return to the four-wheel position, "explained Vest Special.

The caricature, together with his navigator, left Arekipus confident to shorten his distance and put pressure on his most direct opponents, reaching second position in WP 7 and ending in first place.

"We started at the dawn of Arequipa, at the beginning of six and a half hours we had a link to leave the lunchtime on the special side, on the road we ran kilometers from the beaches, fesh fesh sectors (sand dust), rocks, dunes and lots of wind. when it was gone, we were happy with the result, and tomorrow we will continue with the same strategy to recover the lost time last Thursday, "Lopez concluded.

The seventh stage will be played this Monday in San Juan de Marcona, with 332 kilometers special.

Sixth grade classifications
1. Francisco López (CHI / Can-Am) 4h12 & # 39; 08 & # 39; & # 39;
2. Gerard Farres (ESP / Can-Am) 12 & # 39; 31 & # 39; & # 39;
3. Casey Currie (US / Can-Am) at 16 & # 39; 56 & # 39; & # 39;
4. Sergey Kariakin (RUS / BRP) at 17 & # 39; 31 & # 39; & # 39;
5. Ricardo Porem (POR / Can-Am) 37 & # 39; 59 & # 39; & # 39;
6. José Antonio Hinojo (ESP / Can-Am) at 38 & # 39; 15 & # 39; & # 39;
7. Reinaldo Varela (BRA / Can-Am) to 51 & # 39; 14 & # 39; & # 39;
8. Hernán Garcés (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h01 & # 39; 01 "
9. Miguel Jordao (POR / Can-Am) at 1h12 & # 39; 52
10. Michelangelo Bertolla (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h21 & # 39; 08 "
11. Cristian Baumgart (BRA / Can-Am) at 1h31 & # 39; 22 "
12. Rodrigo Moreno (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h37 & # 39; 18 "

General classification

1. Gerard Farres (ESP / Can-Am) 26h08 & # 39; 53 & # 39; & # 39;
2. Sergey Kariakin (RUS / BRP) at 13 & # 39; 31 & # 39; & # 39;
3. Reinaldo Varela (BRA / Can-Am) to 32 & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
4. Francisco López (CHI / Can-Am) to 58 & # 39; & # 39; & # 39;
5. Rodrigo Moreno (CHI / Can-Am) at 1h16 & # 39; 58 "
6. Casey Currie (US / Can-Am) at 1h41 & # 39; 24 & # 39; & # 39;
7. Ricardo Porem (POR / Can-Am) at 2h28 & # 39; 24 & # 39; & # 39;
8. Miguel Jordao (POR / Can-Am) to 2h49 & # 39; 19 "
9. Marcos Baumgart (BRA / Can-Am) 3h01 & # 39; 58 "
10. Cristian Baumgart (BRA / Can-Am) 3h15 & # 39; 23 "
10. José Antonio Hinojo (ESP / Can-Am) 3h24 & # 39; 37 & # 39; & # 39;
12. Hernán Garcés (CHI / Can-Am) at 4h13 & # 39; 52 "
13. Michelangelo Bertolla (CHI / Can-Am) at 5h48 & # 39; 09 "

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