Dakar Rally | How things stand after four stages in Saudi Arabia

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Toyota's Nasser al-Attiyah grabbed another stage win in the 2021 Dakar Rally. 

South Africans Henk Lategan and Brett Cummings performed outstandingly to grab third place on the stage. 

Mini's Stephane Peterhansel leads the overall standings by just under five minutes, with Al-Attiyah in second. 

Dakar Rally results after Wednesday's 813km fourth stage featuring a 337km timed special between Wadi Ad-Dawasir and Riyadh:


1. Nasser Al-Attiyah/Matthieu Baumel (QAT/FRA/Toyota) 2hr 35mins 59sec

2. Stephane Peterhansel/Edouard Boulanger (FRA/FRA/Mini) at 11sec

3. Henk Lategan/Brett Cummings (RSA/RSA/Toyota) 1:30

4. Sebastien Loeb/Daniel Elena (FRA/MON/Brx) 2:36

5. Carlos Sainz/Lucas Cruz (ESP/ESP/Mini) 2:56

6. Jakub Przygonski/Timo Gttschalk (POL/GER/Toyota) 5:05

7. Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi/Xavier Panseri (UAE/FRA/Peugeot) 7:22

8. Vladimir Vasilyev/Dmitro Tsyro (RUS/UKR/Mini) 10:45

9. Orlando Terranova/Bernardo Graue (ARG/ARG/Mini) 10:54

10. Erik Van Loon/Sebastien Delaunay (NED/FRA/Toyota) 11:07


1.Joan Barreda Bort (ESP/Honda) 2hr 46:50,

2. Ross Branch (BOT/Yamaha) at 5:57,

3. Daniel Sanders (AUS/Ktm) 6:09,

4. Luciano Benavides (ARG/Husqvarna) 6:22,

5. Xavier De Soultrait (FRA/Husqvarna) 7:19,

6. Joaquim Rodrigues (POR/Hero) 7:21,

7. Jose Ignacio Cornejo Florimo (CHI/Honda) 7:29,

8. Pablo Quintanilla (CHI/Husqvarna) 7:34,

9. Stefan Svitko (SVK/Ktm) 8:46, 10. Adrien Van Beveren (FRA/Yamaha) 9:22.

Cars overall standings

1. Stephane Peterhansel/Edouard Boulanger (FRA/FRA/Mini) 13hr 15:12,

2. Nasser Al-Attiyah/Matthieu Baumel (QAT/FRA/Toyota) at 4:58,

3. Carlos Sainz/Lucas Cruz (ESP/ESP/Mini) 36:19,

4. Sebastien Loeb/Daniel Elena (FRA/MON/Brx) 48:14,

5. Henk Lategan/Brett Cummings (RSA/RSA/Toyota) 48:44 (penalty: 4:00),

6. Jakub Przygonski/Timo Gttschalk (POL/GER/Toyota) 49:16 (penalty: 2:00),

7. Mathieu Serradori/Fabian Lurquin (FRA/BEL/Century) 51:58,

8. Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi/Xavier Panseri (UAE/FRA/Peugeot) 59:19,

9. Martin Prokop/Viktor Chytka (CZE/CZE/Ford) 1hr 08:51. (penalty: 1:00),

10. Nani Roma/Alexandre Winocq (ESP/FRA/Brx) 1hr 17:50


1. Xavier De Soultrait (FRA/Husqvarna) 15hr 00:25

2. Joan Barreda Bort (ESP/Honda) at 15

3. Kevin Benavides (ARG/Honda) 3:24

4. Ross Branch (BOT/Yamaha) 4:24

5. Skyler Howes (USA/Ktm) 4:26

6. Luciano Benavides (ARG/Husqvarna) 5:31. (penalty: 1:00)

7. Sam Sunderland (GBR/Ktm) 7:13

8. Toby Price (AUS/Ktm) 7:47

9. Jose Ignacio Cornejo Florimo (CHI/Honda) 8:06

10. Pablo Quintanilla (CHI/Husqvarna) 9:3

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