Casey Currie: “We broke an axel early on”
January 13 th 2020 - 15:08 [GMT + 3]
Despite experiencing mechanical problems during the stage, the American still leads the SSV general standings, 15’40’’ ahead of “Chaleco” López.
“Today wasn’t the best of days. We broke an axel early on. Luckily I’ve got Sean in the car and for what takes most guys 45 minutes we got it fixed in eight minutes. We pushed hard all day. We had to change a belt with about 20 km to go, but overall it’s going to be a long fight, so what it was for today, we’ll take it. We’re going to keep pushing. The car’s working great, we just need better days”.