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THE FASTEST MAZ IS THE FIRST AT THE SIXTH STAGE

The sixth stage included more than 800 km on the way to San Juan de Marcon, including testing 309 km.

The track, traditionally for the current rally was rich in sands and dunes, which became a serious challenge for almost all crews. To this date, more than half of the crews have dropped out of the race in the truck class.

  

Alexey Vishnevsky has stuck in the sands almost near to finish line. His truck fell on its side during one of the climbs and waited for about an hour for help.

When the teammate arrived, the truck was pulled from the ridge and put on wheels. After that, the crew got to the end of the track. At the finish, the Belarusian crew showed the 10th result, having driven the track almost 6 hours 49 minutes and was 2 hours 14 minutes behind.

In the overall standings Vishnevsky is on the 7th line and loses to the leader of the race Eduard Nikolaev 5 hours 13 minutes.

  

Sergey Vyazovich drove through the special stage with the best time, managing to beat all the race participants. However, the pilot failed to take one of the control points, for which he received from the organizers an hour of penalty time and moved from first to fifth place.

In the "absolute" the crew takes the 11th place and is 6 hours 22 minutes behind. 

  

Alexander Vasilevsky drove the stage at a quiet pace and finished eighth. His time is 6 hours 28 minutes, and the backlog is 1 hour 54 minutes. In the standings, he is ninth missing 5 hours 58 minutes to the leader.



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