the differences De Rooy
had hoped for.
AMODJAR / AMODJAR
Dune stage does not make the differences De Rooy had hoped for.
The ninth stage of the Africa Eco Race was, against expectations, not the day that made the big differences. The time the fastest cars needed for the 340 kilometres special stage in Mauritania barely escaped the time Gerard de Rooy needed. In fact, De Rooy won only 22 seconds on standings leader Mathieu Serradori. Vladimir Vasilyev won the race, with a 17 minutes advantage to the Petronas Team De Rooy Iveco.
9th Stage Ranking
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