Dakar – Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 8 –

DAKAR MOTO 2017 – STAGE 8

Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 8

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 8 -

Away in the general classification, Joan Barreda (Honda), on the other hand, remains perfectly in the game for stage victories: the Spaniard wins beautifully on the eighth day ahead of the KTMs of Walkner and Sunderland.

The Briton retains the lead in the provisional as bad weather again leads to a cancellation of a stage.

During this eighth stage, the bikers left the Bolivian Altiplano and its passages at high altitude (up to 4400 m!) To take the direction of Argentina. As on the previous days, the heavy precipitation again forced the organizers to shorten the route of stage 8: the special, divided into two parts, is .

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 8 - 

This penalizing situation for the rally now takes on a dramatic dimension, because these with the key victims among the local population and material damage in remote areas and with a rather poor way of life, who did not really need this….

Several victims following a landslide

Thus, a "gigantic landslide" occurred about forty kilometers north of Jujuy, about 160 km from Salta (Argentina), is expected this Wednesday, while the Argentine civil security deplores "victims in the population and considerable damage ". The organizer of the Dakar, ASO, immediately offered his "sanitary means" to help the emergency services on the spot..

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 8 -

In these circumstances, difficult to appreciate at its true value, in front of the KTMs of Matthias Walkner and Sam Sunderland. Imperial all day yesterday, "Bang Bang" Barreda finished the stage with almost 4 minutes ahead of his rivals, allowing him to grab his one hour delay caused by the penalty imposed on the HRC for . 

Despite this with the one signed on the third day (his 15th in the Dakar), the Valencian nonetheless remains in ninth position in the provisional … His water carrier, Michael Metge, is the first French biker at the finish with a nice fourth place just 4’25 from Barreda. Metge, whose progression is a pleasure to follow, precedes Joan Pedrero who climbs to a magnificent fifth place on his Sherco (below in the middle of a "surf" session!).

Dakar - Dakar moto 2017: report, declarations and classifications of stage 8 -

Paulo Goncalves (Honda) and Pablo Quintanilla (Husqvarna) follow in the stage classification. The Chilean, second in the provisional, lost precious minutes on the leader Sunderland in the general (+ 20’58). His teammate Pierre-Alexandre Renet (Husqvarna) had a good day, finished in 8th position ahead of Xavier de Soultrait’s official Yamaha.

The two French pilots follow each other provisionally in 6th and 7th positions, but in reverse order (De Soultrait in front of "Pela"). Adrien Van Beveren for his part finished at a relatively distant 11th place in this eighth stage. The northerner driver retains his third place in the provisional but also gives way to the leader Sam Sunderland (+ 28’49), slowed down yesterday because of a bent brake disc.

The program of step 10

Forced to cancel in the (9th), the organization is working this Wednesday to "regroup all the means of the race in Chilecito so as to continue the event by giving Thursday January 12 the start of the 10th stage, Chilecito-San Juan ". It is a blow for the rally insofar as the ninth day was the "big chunk" of this 2017 edition, with 977 km to cover including 406 km in special with "98%" off track….

This stage, nicknamed "Super Bélen", was supposed to make it possible to decide between the best sailors after two days of marathon stages (without assistance at the bivouac). This new canceled race day is added to the "cuts" already made on the stages, and and to the cancellation of. In all, 1,495 km timed have not been contested out of a total of 4,093 initially planned. Or more than 30% less. There are 108 bikers still in the running, out of the 144 at the start in Asuncion (Paraguay).

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Dakar moto – stage 7: statements

  • Please note: these reactions were collected before the decision to.

Joan Barreda – Honda: “There was a lot of water in the first part of the stage. Fog also. It was quite complicated to drive for visibility issues. There were also areas and passages of mud. I got stuck several times. Despite everything I stayed focused during this part. Then it was faster, mountainous, stony ground. Until the last part where the tires were a bit chipped and the bike was spinning. I’m happy with the stage. It was nice to attack. I had a good day. Tomorrow (for Wednesday) is the queen stage of the Dakar. There will be a lot of navigation, sand, heat. I’m going to see if I can do a good step… ".

Sam Sunderland – KTM: "The start of the special was muddy, soggy… I stopped several times to change my glasses and gloves. I couldn’t see my road-book, I didn’t know where to go. It was a long special. J ‘ was fine on the second part, unfortunately I twisted my rear brake disc while hitting a rock in a river. It’s frustrating because I wasted time, I couldn’t brake from the rear anymore, and on a WRC-style track and very slippery I made sure to get to the end. When I got scared… I don’t want to think about victory, the finish is still a long way off and many things can happen. problems on a Dakar, you can easily waste time. It’s the kind of moment you have to know how to manage. A Dakar is won on a bad stage, but on a good one ".

Xavier de Soultrait – Yamaha: “It was quite stressful, especially at the beginning, because there was a lot of water and a lot of fog. Then then I rode in the second part for 250 km with Mika Metge, and the time passed quite quickly. because we drove wheel to wheel, having fun on the slippery tracks. We didn‘t have to ask questions, we both attacked like sick people. It was one of my best moments in rallying. end I lost my brakes a bit in the mountains and he left, but before that it was really great. Since the start of the rally there was only one day where I lost 25 minutes, but the rest of the time I was always roughly in the top 5. So it’s great to be there. There are still two or three complicated days, and if there are opportunities I will be there to take them ".

Alexandre Kowalski – Director of the official Yamaha team: "This Dakar is proving to be very difficult for everyone. The heavy rains in recent days have created a lot of problems in northern Argentina but our drivers have struggled to keep their place in the overall standings. It was also a difficult day for the technical team. The main roads are covered with mud and it was impossible for us to reach Salta this evening. We stopped 200 km before Salta and will wait for our pilots here. The competitors arrived at the end of this difficult marathon stage without any major change in their position. Adrien and Xavier consolidated their 3rd and 6th place and Hélder moved up to 16th position. Our goal now is to do equally well in the remaining four stages. Every day brings us a little closer to our goal and we will continue to give the best of ourselves until we reach the finish in Buenos Aires ".

 Dakar motorcycle – stage 8: the video summary (motorcycle at 1min46)

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Results and rankings of stage 8 of the Dakar motorcycle 2017

  1. BARREDA BORT (ESP) HONDA 04:28:21 – –
  2. WALKNER (AUT) KTM 04:32:12 00:03:51 –
  3. SUNDERLAND (GBR) KTM 04:32:15 00:03:54 –
  4. METGE (FRA) HONDA 04:32:46 00:04:25 –
  5. PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP) SHERCO TVS 04:34:21 00:06:00 –
  6. GONCALVES (PRT) HONDA 04:35:27 00:07:06 –
  7. QUINTANILLA (CHL) HUSQVARNA 04:35:28 00:07:07 –
  8. RENET (FRA) HUSQVARNA 04:37:47 00:09:26 –
  9. DE SOULTRAIT (FRA) YAMAHA 04:37:52 00:09:31 –
  10. FARRES GUELL (ESP) KTM 04:38:03 00:09:42 –
  11. VAN BEVEREN (FRA) YAMAHA 04:38:48 00:10:27 –
  12. BRABEC (USA) HONDA 04:40:02 00:11:41 –
  13. SVITKO (SVK) KTM 04:40:16 00:11:55 –
  14. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 04:44:14 00:15:53 –
  15. CAIMI (ARG) HONDA 04:44:47 00:16:26 –
  16. RODRIGUES (PRT) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 04:44:57 00:16:36 –
  17. KLYMCIW (CZE) HUSQVARNA 04:45:09 00:16:48 –
  18. RODRIGUES (PRT) YAMAHA 04:46:51 00:18:30 –
  19. SMITH (AUS) KTM 04:47:16 00:18:55 –
  20. SANZ (ESP) KTM 04:47:16 00:18:55 –
  21. GYENES (ROU) KTM 04:47:31 00:19:10 –
  22. CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP) KTM 04:48:39 00:20:18 –
  23. PATRAO (PRT) KTM 04:48:51 00:20:30 –
  24. SALVATIERRA (BOL) KTM 04:48:53 00:20:32 –
  25. METGE (FRA) SHERCO TVS 04:50:03 00:21:42 –
  26. OLIVERAS CARRERAS (ESP) KTM 04:53:17 00:24:56 –
  27. GIMENO GARCÍA (ESP) KTM 04:55:59 00:27:38 –
  28. TOMICZEK (POL) KTM 04:56:54 00:28:33 –
  29. TIMER (FRA) KTM 04:57:19 00:28:58 –
  30. IVANIUTIN (RUS) HUSQVARNA 04:57:49 00:29:28 –
  31. ESPANA MUNOZ (AND) KTM 05:00:09 00:31:48 –
  32. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 05:00:36 00:32:15 –
  33. CARDONA VAGNONI (FRI) KTM 05:03:07 00:34:46 –
  34. SOLA TERRADELLAS (ESP) YAMAHA 05:03:50 00:35:29 –
  35. RUOSO (ITA) KTM 05:04:32 00:36:11 –
  36. REIS (PRT) KTM 05:05:33 00:37:12 –
  37. ENGEL (CZE) KTM 05:05:47 00:37:26 –
  38. AGAZZI (ITA) HONDA 05:06:30 00:38:09 –
  39. HART (AUS) HUSQVARNA 05:08:54 00:40:33 –
  40. CORNEJO FLORIMO (CHL) KTM 05:09:36 00:41:15 –
  41. VAN PELT (NLD) HUSQVARNA 05:09:45 00:41:24 –
  42. PABISKA (CZE) KTM 05:10:36 00:42:15 –
  43. CABRERA (CHL) KAWASAKI 05:12:08 00:43:47 –
  44. BIANCHI PRATA (PRT) HONDA 05:12:22 00:44:01 –
  45. TRIISA (EST) HUSQVARNA 05:12:37 00:44:16 –
  46. METELLI (ITA) KTM 05:13:49 00:45:28 –
  47. CHUNCHUNGUPPE SHIVASHANKAR (IND) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 05:14:01 00:45:40 –
  48. POSKITT (GBR) KTM 05:14:06 00:45:45 –
  49. KOZAC (ARG) KTM 05:15:14 00:46:53 –
  50. MANCA (ITA) KTM 05:15:40 00:47:19 –
  51. DUPLESSIS (ARG) KTM 05:16:13 00:47:52 –
  52. FUENTES (BOL) KTM 05:16:49 00:48:28 –
  53. CROSBIE (BWA) KTM 05:17:16 00:48:55 –
  54. LUCCHESE (ITA) YAMAHA 05:20:00 00:51:39 –
  55. SOUSA JR. (PRT) KTM 05:23:43 00:55:22 –
  56. KAZAMA (JPN) YAMAHA 05:24:04 00:55:43 –
  57. FLITER (BRA) HONDA 05:25:40 00:57:19 –
  58. MOTA (PRT) YAMAHA 05:27:42 00:59:21 –
  59. DIOCLEZIANO (ITA) KTM 05:27:44 00:59:23 –
  60. OLIVEIRA (PRT) YAMAHA 05:28:54 01:00:33 –
  61. HUNT (GBR) HUSQVARNA 05:29:55 01:01:34 –
  62. MARTINS (BRA) YAMAHA 05:30:31 01:02:10 –
  63. MORENO KRISTIANSEN (COL) KTM 05:31:02 01:02:41 –
  64. GARCIA MERINO (ESP) YAMAHA 05:33:09 01:04:48 –
  65. PASCUAL (ARG) KTM 05:34:41 01:06:20 –
  66. ANGUIANO REIG (ESP) KTM 05:34:57 01:06:36 –
  67. MEERU (EST) HUSQVARNA 05:35:58 01:07:37 –
  68. VERKADE (NLD) KTM 05:38:15 01:09:54 –
  69. MARCIC (SVN) KTM 05:38:18 01:09:57 –
  70. VLCEK (CZE) HUSQVARNA 05:42:46 01:14:25 –
  71. BUTUZA (ROU) KTM 05:44:44 01:16:23 –
  72. DESI (HUN) KTM 05:47:13 01:18:52 –
  73. ONTIVEROS (ARG) BETA 05:49:22 01:21:01 –
  74. GULDMAN GONZALEZ (CHL) KAWASAKI 05:49:44 01:21:23 –
  75. MONIN (FRA) KTM 05:50:23 01:22:02 –
  76. GRACIDA GARZA (MEX) HUSQVARNA 05:50:50 01:22:29 –
  77. CARBONERO (ARG) KAWASAKI 05:51:40 01:23:19 –
  78. MENARD (FRA) KTM 05:57:01 01:28:40 –
  79. PAYEN (FRA) KTM 05:58:12 01:29:51 –
  80. STASIACZEK (POL) KTM 06:00:45 01:32:24 –
  81. SAGHMEISTER (SRB) KTM 06:01:27 01:33:06 –
  82. CAVELIUS (FRA) KTM 06:02:40 01:34:19 –
  83. ROMERO FONT (ESP) KTM 06:02:54 01:34:33 –
  84. DELIEGE (FRA) KTM 06:03:39 01:35:18 –
  85. VANDERWEYEN (BEL) KTM 06:04:26 01:36:05 –
  86. PICCO (ITA) YAMAHA 06:04:30 01:36:09 –
  87. VELLUTINO (PER) KTM 06:06:45 01:38:24 –
  88. VACHERAND (FRA) KTM 06:07:09 01:38:48 –
  89. RODRIGUEZ (ARG) KTM 06:11:36 01:43:15 –
  90. URQUIA (ARG) YAMAHA 06:19:59 01:51:38 –
  91. NIFONTOVA (RUS) HUSQVARNA 06:20:14 01:51:53 –
  92. LAZARD (URY) KTM 06:20:19 01:51:58 –
  93. ECHEVESTE (ARG) KTM 06:21:33 01:53:12 –
  94. WATSON (GBR) KTM 06:25:00 01:56:39 –
  95. LHOTSKY (CZE) KTM 06:25:46 01:57:25 –
  96. EVANS (ZAF) KTM 06:26:50 01:58:29 –
  97. BOS (NLD) HUSQVARNA 06:32:36 02:04:15 –
  98. SARMIENTO CERON (COL) KTM 06:33:49 02:05:28 –
  99. OLIVETTO (ITA) KTM 06:35:19 02:06:58 –
  100. REINIKE (CHL) KTM 06:37:57 02:09:36 –
  101. ROQUESALANE (FRA) KTM 06:38:00 02:09:39 –
  102. BURROUGHS (GBR) KTM 06:38:30 02:10:09 –
  103. HEMBERT (FRA) YAMAHA 06:41:10 02:12:49 –
  104. MORAT (FRA) KTM 06:43:21 02:15:00 –
  105. CANDIA (PRY) KTM 06:51:48 02:23:27 –
  106. NOGALES COPA (BOL) KTM 07:11:31 02:43:10 –
  107. ALRUBAIAN (KWT) KTM 07:18:09 02:49:48 –
  108. COMOGLIO (FRA) KTM 07:31:31 03:03:10 –

Provisional classification of the Dakar motorcycle 2017

  1. SUNDERLAND (GBR) KTM 22:01:08 – –
  2. QUINTANILLA (CHL) HUSQVARNA 22:22:06 00:20:58 –
  3. VAN BEVEREN (FRA) YAMAHA 22:29:57 00:28:49 –
  4. WALKNER (AUT) KTM 22:35:22 00:34:14 00:05:00
  5. FARRES GUELL (ESP) KTM 22:35:32 00:34:24 –
  6. DE SOULTRAIT (FRA) YAMAHA 22:51:18 00:50:10 00:07:00
  7. RENET (FRA) HUSQVARNA 23:09:17 01:08:09 –
  8. GONCALVES (PRT) HONDA 23:09:42 01:08:34 00:48:20
  9. BARREDA BORT (ESP) HONDA 23:12:01 01:10:53 01:01:00
  10. RODRIGUES (PRT) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 23:37:08 01:36:00 –
  11. CAIMI (ARG) HONDA 23:52:23 01:51:15 01:05:00
  12. BRABEC (USA) HONDA 23:53:39 01:52:31 01:00:00
  13. METGE (FRA) HONDA 23:54:42 01:53:34 01:11:30
  14. DUPLESSIS (ARG) KTM 24:01:42 02:00:34 –
  15. SMITH (AUS) KTM 24:03:04 02:01:56 00:25:00
  16. RODRIGUES (PRT) YAMAHA 24:03:53 02:02:45 00:00:27
  17. SVITKO (SVK) KTM 24:06:35 02:05:27 01:00:00
  18. SALVATIERRA (BOL) KTM 24:09:55 02:08:47 00:02:00
  19. KLYMCIW (CZE) HUSQVARNA 24:17:47 02:16:39 –
  20. PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP) SHERCO TVS 24:18:02 02:16:54 00:15:00
  21. PATRAO (PRT) KTM 24:23:43 02:22:35 –
  22. CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP) KTM 24:33:03 02:31:55 –
  23. OLIVERAS CARRERAS (ESP) KTM 24:34:58 02:33:50 00:01:00
  24. SANZ (ESP) KTM 24:41:39 02:40:31 –
  25. ESPANA MUNOZ (AND) KTM 24:48:10 02:47:02 00:06:00
  26. GIMENO GARCÍA (ESP) KTM 25:14:16 03:13:08 00:36:00
  27. GYENES (ROU) KTM 25:20:47 03:19:39 01:00:00
  28. TIMER (FRA) KTM 25:26:56 03:25:48 –
  29. REIS (PRT) KTM 25:39:50 03:38:42 –
  30. SOLA TERRADELLAS (ESP) YAMAHA 25:46:06 03:44:58 –
  31. IVANIUTIN (RUS) HUSQVARNA 25:47:01 03:45:53 –
  32. ENGEL (CZE) KTM 25:51:31 03:50:23 –
  33. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 25:51:46 03:50:38 –
  34. CARDONA VAGNONI (FRI) KTM 26:04:47 04:03:39 –
  35. TRIISA (EST) HUSQVARNA 26:09:48 04:08:40 –
  36. RUOSO (ITA) KTM 26:13:48 04:12:40 –
  37. CORNEJO FLORIMO (CHL) KTM 26:14:03 04:12:55 –
  38. METGE (FRA) SHERCO TVS 26:19:38 04:18:30 00:20:00
  39. TOMICZEK (POL) KTM 26:20:52 04:19:44 00:06:00
  40. LEAKS (BOWL) KTM 26:33:12 04:32:04 –
  41. CROSBIE (BWA) KTM 26:47:54 04:46:46 –
  42. AGAZZI (ITA) HONDA 26:58:48 04:57:40 –
  43. CABRERA (CHL) KAWASAKI 27:01:04 04:59:56 00:15:00
  44. POSKITT (GBR) KTM 27:03:32 05:02:24 –
  45. KOZAC (ARG) KTM 27:17:12 05:16:04 00:05:00
  46. VAN PELT (NLD) HUSQVARNA 27:33:33 05:32:25 –
  47. MANCA (ITA) KTM 27:36:31 05:35:23 –
  48. VERKADE (NLD) KTM 27:42:08 05:41:00 00:00:30
  49. PABISKA (CZE) KTM 27:50:36 05:49:28 –
  50. NOSIGLIA JAGER (BOL) HONDA 27:50:48 05:49:40 00:08:00
  51. OLIVEIRA (PRT) YAMAHA 28:09:51 06:08:43 –
  52. MOTA (PRT) YAMAHA 28:11:44 06:10:36 00:02:00
  53. SOUSA JR. (PRT) KTM 28:13:04 06:11:56 –
  54. BIANCHI PRATA (PRT) HONDA 28:16:59 06:15:51 00:43:26
  55. HART (AUS) HUSQVARNA 28:27:44 06:26:36 00:17:00
  56. RODRIGUEZ (ARG) KTM 28:28:16 06:27:08 –
  57. LUCCHESE (ITA) YAMAHA 28:36:58 06:35:50 –
  58. MARTINS (BRA) YAMAHA 28:39:51 06:38:43 01:00:00
  59. PASCUAL (ARG) KTM 28:40:53 06:39:45 00:05:00
  60. HUNT (GBR) HUSQVARNA 28:43:28 06:42:20 –
  61. MEERU (EST) HUSQVARNA 28:43:40 06:42:32 –
  62. FLITER (BRA) HONDA 28:45:39 06:44:31 00:02:30
  63. CHUNCHUNGUPPE SHIVASHANKAR (IND) HERO SPEEDBRAIN 29:13:12 07:12:04 01:20:00
  64. ONTIVEROS (ARG) BETA 29:29:47 07:28:39 –
  65. MARCIC (SVN) KTM 29:34:06 07:32:58 00:18:00
  66. DESI (HUN) KTM 29:54:18 07:53:10 00:05:00
  67. METELLI (ITA) KTM 29:58:58 07:57:50 01:00:00
  68. ANGUIANO REIG (ESP) KTM 30:12:43 08:11:35 –
  69. PAYEN (FRA) KTM 30:20:05 08:18:57 –
  70. DIOCLEZIANO (ITA) KTM 30:25:28 08:24:20 01:00:00
  71. CANDIA (PRY) KTM 30:41:10 08:40:02 00:31:00
  72. GULDMAN GONZALEZ (CHL) KAWASAKI 30:56:48 08:55:40 –
  73. ECHEVESTE (ARG) KTM 31:04:21 09:03:13 00:10:00
  74. GRACIDA GARZA (MEX) HUSQVARNA 31:32:10 09:31:02 –
  75. VLCEK (CZE) HUSQVARNA 32:01:12 10:00:04 01:00:00
  76. BUTUZA (ROU) KTM 32:03:16 10:02:08 01:04:00
  77. CAVELIUS (FRA) KTM 32:06:29 10:05:21 –
  78. VANDERWEYEN (BEL) KTM 32:10:03 10:08:55 –
  79. STASIACZEK (POL) KTM 32:22:44 10:21:36 02:00:00
  80. CARBONERO (ARG) KAWASAKI 32:23:46 10:22:38 00:01:00
  81. MENARD (FRA) KTM 32:40:54 10:39:46 –
  82. LAZARD (URY) KTM 32:57:20 10:56:12 –
  83. MORENO KRISTIANSEN (COL) KTM 33:06:42 11:05:34 02:00:00
  84. NIFONTOVA (RUS) HUSQVARNA 33:11:37 11:10:29 –
  85. KAZAMA (JPN) YAMAHA 33:33:00 11:31:52 03:00:00
  86. MONIN (FRA) KTM 33:45:41 11:44:33 01:00:00
  87. SAGHMEISTER (SRB) KTM 33:50:57 11:49:49 00:01:00
  88. LHOTSKY (CZE) KTM 33:54:17 11:53:09 00:02:00
  89. VELLUTINO (PER) KTM 34:17:25 12:16:17 02:00:00
  90. SARMIENTO CERON (COL) KTM 34:30:08 12:29:00 00:01:00
  91. GARCIA MERINO (ESP) YAMAHA 34:42:02 12:40:54 01:07:00
  92. WATSON (GBR) KTM 34:49:01 12:47:53 00:05:00
  93. BOS (NLD) HUSQVARNA 34:59:07 12:57:59 00:24:30
  94. ROMERO FONT (ESP) KTM 35:18:27 13:17:19 –
  95. URQUIA (ARG) YAMAHA 35:31:44 13:30:36 –
  96. PICCO (ITA) YAMAHA 36:40:46 14:39:38 01:01:30
  97. BURROUGHS (GBR) KTM 37:00:45 14:59:37 00:01:00
  98. EVANS (ZAF) KTM 37:19:03 15:17:55 01:00:00
  99. REINIKE (CHL) KTM 37:22:49 15:21:41 02:00:00
  100. COMOGLIO (FRA) KTM 38:17:53 16:16:45 02:00:00
  101. MORAT (FRA) KTM 38:31:46 16:30:38 02:00:00
  102. ALRUBAIAN (KWT) KTM 39:37:10 17:36:02 04:00:00
  103. NOGALES COPA (BOL) KTM 39:45:41 17:44:33 –
  104. OLIVETTO (ITA) KTM 41:12:23 19:11:15 00:01:00
  105. DELIEGE (FRA) KTM 45:12:25 23:11:17 14:00:30
  106. VACHERAND (FRA) KTM 45:15:09 23:14:01 14:00:00
  107. HEMBERT (FRA) YAMAHA 47:17:11 25:16:03 12:00:00
  108. ROQUESALANE (FRA) KTM 48:33:26 26:32:18 15:05:00

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