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DAKAR 2013: Sainz falls to 10th place overall following navigation and electrical problems


Red Bull driver Carlos Sainz has fallen to 10th in the Dakar Rally standings after organisers cancelled their decision to award him time back on Sunday's stage. The Spaniard had lost 21 minutes to the leaders on stage two following navigation problems and had to double back. However, when his team stated that the incident was caused by problems with the ...
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DAKAR 2013: Sainz falls to 10th place overall following navigation and electrical problems
Red Bull driver Carlos Sainz has fallen to 10th in the Dakar Rally standings after organisers cancelled their decision to award him time back on Sunday's stage. The Spaniard had lost ...

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