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Nasser Al-Attiyah and Adrien van Beveren confirmed their overall victories in SxS and bikes respectively on the Merzouga Rally in Morocco.
For the first time in Morocco’s Merzouga Rally, Dakar winner Nasser Al-Attiyah did not win a stage and Spaniards Jose Antonio Hinojo and Javier Blanco prevailed on stage four.
Adrien Van Beveren (Yamaha) extended his lead in the Merzouga Rally after his nearest rival, Michael Metge, broke the engine of his Sherco TVS on stage three of the Moroccan event.
Yamaha's works rider Adrien Van Beveren set the fastest time on the opening stage of the 2019 Merzouga Rally, while Dakar winner Nasser Al-Attiyah prevailed in the SxS class.
Michael Metge and Nasser Al-Attiyah lead the way after the first kilometers of the Merzouga Rally 2019.
Carlos Sainz Sr will enter the 2019 Dakar Rally to defend his title after signing with the X-raid Mini squad alongside Stephane Peterhansel and Cyril Despres, Motorsport.com has learned.
Ashish Raorane has become the latest Indian rider to foray into international cross-country rallying after signing up for the PanAfrica Rally.
Sherco TVS has added Aishwarya Pissay to its Baja Aragon line-up, making her the first Indian woman to compete in the Spanish cross-country rally.
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Joan Pedrero ensured a top 10 finish for Sherco TVS in the 2018 Merzouga Rally, while India’s CS Santosh was classified 19th after the final stage on Friday.
Most riders from Shero TVS and Hero gained positions in the penultimate stage of Merzouga Rally on Thursday.
Honda's Joan Barreda still leads the Merzouga Rally, but Thursday's stage was overshadowed by a bizarre finish, where an unclear roadbook caused chaos and a collision between Barreda and Pablo Quintanilla.
Sherco TVS’ Joan Pedrero and Lorenzo Santolino continue to hold a top 10 spot after Wednesday’s stage 3, while Hero rider CS Santosh improved to 20th position.
Honda's Joan Barreda has extended his lead in Merzouga Rally by winning Wednesday's third stage in Morocco, despite a brief fall from his bike.
Three riders from Sherco TVS hold a top 10 spot in Merzouga Rally after Stage 2, while India’s CS Santosh was classified 21st.
Honda’s Kevin Benavides won the second stage of the Merzouga Rally, just as he did in the Prologue on Sunday.
Sherco TVS had the upper hand over Hero in the first stage of Merzouga Rally on Monday.
Honda rider Joan Barreda won the opening stage of the Merzouga Rally in Morocco, despite still suffering pain from a wrist injury.