STÉPHANE PETERHANSEL(fra) 1.71m / 68kg
Sport automobile, ski, randonnée
X-Raid, Mini, Red Bull
2019 : Abandon
2018 : 4e
2017 : Victoire
2016 : Victoire
2015 : 11e
2014 : 2e
2013 : Victoire
2012 : Victoire
2011 : 4e
2010 : 4e
2009 : Abandon
2007 : Victoire
2006 : 4e
2005 : Victoire
2004 : Victoire
2003 : 3e
2002 : Abandon
2001 : 12e
2000 : 2e
1999 : 7e
1998 : Victoire
1997 : Victoire
1996 : Abandon
1995 : Victoire
1993 : Victoire
1992 : Victoire
1991 : Victoire
1990 : Abandon
1989 : 4e
1988 : 18e
2019 : Vainqueur de la Coupe du monde tout terrain
11 fois champion de France d’Enduro
Vainqueur du China Grand Rallye, du rallye de Tunisie, du rallye de Dubai
BAHRAIN JCW X-RAID TEAM
- Mark : MINI
- Model : JOHN COOPER WORKS BUGGY
- Performance tuner : X-Raid
- Assistance : X-Raid
- Class : T1.4 diesel 2-wheel drive
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"We're right where we deserve to be"
The most prolific stage winner in Dakar history finished this year's edition in third place overall and claimed his 80th career special along the way.
"Another one done and dusted! Things took a turn for the worse when Andrea got bumped from the co-driver's seat before the start. All things told, we came through and we're right where we deserve...
Al-Attiyah catches Peterhansel!
For Nasser Al-Attiyah, who started the last stage in second place overall with a wafer-thin 6-second lead over Stéphane Peterhansel, the best defence is a good offence. The Toyota driver is making a difference from the get-go and has caught his Mini rival after 69 km. Al-Attiyah can afford to ease up a bit, now that he is leading the special by over 3 minutes!
"We gained some time, but not enough"
The most prolific competitor in the history of the Dakar took his 80th career stage win… which was still not enough to sate his appetite.
"It's so hard to gain minutes under normal circumstances! On the other hand, navigational mistakes have led to big gaps. We fought hard, we pushed all day long and we gained some time, but not enough....
Peterhansel wins by 10 seconds!
Stéphane Peterhansel has just claimed his fourth stage in the 2020 Dakar by just 10 seconds over Nasser Al-Attiyah! The leading duo gained 8 minutes on overall leader Carlos Sainz, who will start the last stage tomorrow with a 10-minute margin.
Peterhansel still ahead of Al-Attiyah
Stéphane Peterhansel and Nasser Al-Attiyah are still going at it after 271 km, with the Frenchman leading by 1'16". Carlos Sainz is 7 minutes back, which is no reason for concern for the overall leader..
Peterhansel still going at it
Stéphane Peterhansel is still in control at km 108, 1'48" ahead of Nasser Al-Attiyah. The Qatari faces the prospect of going home empty-handed for the first time in 12 years!
Peterhansel takes the early lead
Unsurprisingly, Stéphane Peterhansel has posted the fastest time at km 58 (pending Nasser Al-Attiyah's time). The Mini driver put 2 minutes into Bernhard ten Brinke and almost 3 into Carlos Sainz.
Stéphane Peterhansel: “We got lost just twenty kilometres before the end”
“Peter” saw his chances of outright triumph get slimmer on the day’s stage as his team-mate Carlos Sainz increased his lead in the general standings, but the Frenchman has not given up yet.
“Today was not a really good day for us. We started first this morning and we got lost just twenty kilometres before the end of the stage....
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