Videos from Saturday’s coverage of the 2016 Dakar Rally on NBCSN are linked here in this post.
Bikes face muscle and mind-fatiguing day in longest stage at Dakar Rally
(ABOVE) Run at nothing less than 11,000 feet, the bikes tackle the longest stage in the 2016 Dakar Rally during Stage 6. Cold and altitude combined provided the perfect environment for mistakes, but Toby Price was unfazed.
Beautiful surroundings in Bolivia encompass cars during Stage 6 of Dakar
Mikko Hirvonen collected another top 10 finish, Robby Gordon possibly took himself out of contention, and Sebastien Loeb lost his overall lead for the first time thanks to two punctures and a struck throttle.
Quad drivers losing war of attrition in Dakar Rally leaving it wide open
Rafal Sonk, the 2015 Dakar Rally winner in quads, was forced to leave the 2016 edition after retiring due to a broken clutch while Ignacio Casale was forced to exit after a broken collarbone.
Hans Stacy wins Stage 6 for 17th career stage win to steal overall lead
Hans Stacey regains his lead for the first time since he lost it on day four, while his cousin and former teammate Gerard de Rooy made him earn the victory, as the 2012 winner only trailed by seven seconds.
Much would need to be worked out, starting with how much garage and grandstand access would be afforded for a 2021 season opener that likely would occur during a still ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
He was a spectator (with racing legend Mario Andretti) at four-time champion Jeff Gordon’s final Cup race as a full-time in the 2015 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. In 2011, Hamilton swapped cars with three-time champion Tony Stewart at Watkins Glen International.
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