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Michael Guy  says:

Stage 6: Brits continue to battle their way through longest day of Dakar

Today’s 4.30am start was made even worse after the Dakar switched time zones from Peru to Chile which meant that everyone in the Bivouac lost two hours sleep. The sleep depravation was compounded by the fact that stage six was the longest day of the Dakar so far with a monster 455km timed special which was split into two, with...

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fuzzy139

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fuzzy139 says:

Unbelievable heroes, I would have loved to have done this , but after reading about you guys , I know I do not have the skill levels needed

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