Loeb Takes Lead in World Rally-raid Championship

Loeb Takes Lead in World Rally-raid Championship

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sebastien Loeb has taken a one point lead over Nasser Al Attiyah in the World Rally-Raid Championship (W2RC) after claiming third place on the final stage of the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge. The Bahrain Raid Xtreme driver in the Prodrive Hunter finished sixth overall of the W2RC competitors, putting him on 112 points after two rounds. The final stage did not start well for Loeb, who suffered a double puncture on his sustainably-fuelled Hunter, dropping time and costing him second place. He then had to drive cautiously…

Loeb Takes Lead in World Rally-raid Championship

Loeb Takes Lead in World Rally-raid Championship

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sebastien Loeb has taken a one point lead over Nasser Al Attiyah in the World Rally-Raid Championship (W2RC) after claiming third place on the final stage of the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge. The Bahrain Raid Xtreme driver in the Prodrive Hunter finished sixth overall of the W2RC competitors, putting him on 112 points after two rounds. The final stage did not start well for Loeb, who suffered a double puncture on his sustainably-fuelled Hunter, dropping time and costing him second place. He then had to drive cautiously…

Four Down, One to Go As Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge Heads for Big Finish

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Four Down, One to Go As Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge Heads for Big Finish Fourth stage win keeps Al Attiyah in control as Walkner grows bikes lead and Emirati rider takes charge in quads Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates With four legs completed and one remaining, the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge is poised to conclude its 30th anniversary journey with a tense grand finale, offering starring roles to one new world champion, and another in waiting. Fastest on the 251 km Abu Dhabi Aviation stage for a fourth win in a row, Nasser…

Verstappen Leads Home A Double Podium In France

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Verstappen Leads Home A Double Podium In France Max won a thrilling French Grand Prix that went to the wire and Sergio made it a double podium, the first for Red Bull Racing this season. It meant that, for the first time since 1991, Honda-powered cars have taken three consecutive wins. It was a thrilling race decided by strategy and plenty of close fighting, and there were also points for Scuderia AlphaTauri in the competitive midfield. After his crash at the start of qualifying on Saturday, we were required to…