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Al Attiyah-Baumel extend their lead in Peru, while Toyota Gazoo Racing SA teammates lose more time Highlights

The Marathon Stage of the 2019 Dakar Rally, Stage 4, brought mixed results for Toyota Gazoo Racing SA. At the head of the field, race leaders Nasser Al Attiyah (Qatar) and French navigator Mathieu Baumel extended their lead to 08:55 by winning the 405 km-long stage. But there was heartache for Dutch driver Bernhard ten Brinke and navigator Xavier Panseri, after they lost 02:56:02 on the day. For Al Attiyah / Baumel, the day could hardly have gone better. The pair started as the second car on the road, behind the winner of Stage 3, Stephane Peterhansel (MINI). The Toyota Gazoo Racing SA crew pushed throughout the stage, steadily increasing their lead to finish 01:52 clear of the MINI crew. This means that Al Attiyah / Baumel is now nearly nine minutes clear of Peterhansel at the head of the field.

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