Action-Packed Stage Eight Leads To Well-Deserved Rest Day

Sébastien Loeb secured a second stage victory at the 2023 Dakar Rally on Sunday, but it was Nasser Al-Attiyah who had plenty of reasons to smile as he remains more than an hour ahead of his nearest rival in the car race after eight grueling stages through Saudi Arabia. There was also a taste of the battle at the front of the T3 race in the second week of the Dakar as Guillaume De Mevius and co-driver François Cazalet maintained their overall lead in the category. Now the competitors will have 24 hours to rest, recover and tune up their vehicles for the second week of the Dakar.

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