Second stage and also the second podium position for the Monster Energy Honda Team at the Rallye du Maroc – the last stage from the World Rally-Raid Championship. After Pablo Quintanilla, who was second yesterday, José Ignacio Cornejo – known by all as Nacho – finished the circuit Zagora-Zagora in third place. He spent two minutes and 20 seconds more that the leader Toscha Schareina, who is also riding an Honda CRF 450 Rally.
Quintanilla was 6th today and Van Beveren finished in 11th. In the overall standings, now Pablo Quintanilla is ranked third, José Ignacio Cornejo 7th and Adrien Van Beveren 9th.
Today the bivouac will remain in the same place, which means that the stage 3 will consist in the same model with another circuit with start and arrival in Zagora. The terrain will change and will be composed mainly by dirt tracks, with a 108 km liaison and 336 km of Special Stage to race.
Provisional Standings after Stage 2
|1||Evan Branch Ross||16||BWA||Hero Motorsports Team Rally||Hero||07:18:15|
|2||Price Toby||18||AUS||Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Team||KTM||07:19:19|
|3||Quintanilla Pablo||7||CHI||Monster Energy Honda Team||Honda||07:20:36|
|4||Walkner Matthias||52||AUT||Red Bull KTM Rally Factory Team||KTM||07:21:31|
|5||Benavides Luciano||77||ARG||Husqvarna Factory Racing||Husqvarna||07:22:04|
|6||Santolino Lorenzo||15||SPA||Sherco TVS Rally Factory||Sherco||07:27:39|
|7||Cornejo José Ignacio||11||CHI||Monster Energy Honda Team||Honda||07:29:30|
|8||Schareina Tosha||68||SPA||Honda Team||Honda||07:30:19|
|9||Van Beveren Adrien||42||FRA||Monster Energy Honda Team||Honda||07:36:43|
|10||Cox Bradley||49||RSA||BAS DAKAR KTM RACING TEAM||KTM||07:45:38|
Morocco has always been a land of rally raid. The story began in 1982 with the arrival of Paris-Agadir, the first rally raid to run in Morocco. The following year, the rally took the name of ‘Atlas Rally’ and became the flagship rally to the Rally Raids calendar. The Atlas… read more.
|Winner 2022||Skyler Howes (Husqvarna)|
|Winner 2021||Pablo Quintanilla (Honda)|
|Winner 2020||Cancelled due the COVID-19 Pandemic|
|Winner 2019||Toby Price (KTM)|
|Winner 2018||Toby Price (KTM)|
|Winner 2017||Matthias Walkner (KTM)|
|Winner 2016||Toby Price (KTM)|
|Winner 2015||Sam Sunderland (KTM)|
|Winner 2014||Marc Coma (KTM)|
|Winner 2013||Paulo Gonçalves (Honda)|
|Winner 2012||Cyril Despres (KTM)|
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