La piloto de KH-7 ha superado con matrícula una etapa de extrema dificultad que la catapulta hasta la vigésima posición de la general. La rotura del soporte del Iritrack a 25 kilometers from the finish has deprived the 'Queen of Dakar' to get a result even better.
Laia Sanz has begun a very good start the first part of the marathon stage, which has elapsed between San Rafael and San Juan. The pilot KH-7 He has caught a great performance in a special organizationl Dakar has cut in 130 kilometers by poor ground conditions, after rains. Nonetheless, path, amounting to the 4.300 meters, It has been far from being a formality greatly for pilots, since 243 competitive kilometers have proven to be a living hell.
Broad You might even have improved the 20th position with which crossed the finish line but for the break of the support Iritrack 25 kilometers from the finish. Now occupies the 20th place overall.
Tomorrow the second part of the stage will be held marathon, the fourth day of rally, between San Juan and Chilecito. The drivers will 353 competitive kilometers and others 210 bond.
Laia Sanz: It was an extreme step, very technical and enduro, with lots of stone and very difficult climbs. You found yourself lost pilots, bikes on the floor… In the end, I fear that there will be a few dropouts today. He pilotado con precaución para no dañar la moto ni gastar en exceso el neumático porque hoy no tenemos las asistencias y queda toda la etapa de mañana. I think that has allowed me to find the right one for me rhythm and sail well, it was not easy today. I only hesitated a way point, pero rápidamente he encontrado el camino. He tenido que parar unos 15 the 20 sujetarel minutes to try Iritrack bracket flanges. It makes me angry because that I will have lost some position and until then I was rolling behind Israel Esquerre, who has completed the 12th. Anyway, I'm super happy with how I solved the stage and the result in the classification. Tomorrow is another key day in which you have to take good care of tires.
Source: Mediage Communication