The Prodrive driver finished fourth on the eleventh stage of the Dakar.
On the Dakar, a good day is often followed by a bad one, and vice versa. This is the case for Nani Roma, who yesterday did not have a good day and today, on the eleventh stage, everything went smoothly.
"For me, it was the most beautiful stage of the whole race. It was a really interesting route, with dunes, with navigation, with what we like and what suits us," said the Prodrive driver.
These circumstances were also reflected in the result. The Catalan was fourth at the finish, just over four minutes behind the winner, the Spaniard Carlos Sainz (Audi).
"We tried to set the right pace and we kept it until the end. We are happy with the day and satisfied to be able to continue learning things from the Hunter", added Nani.
Tomorrow the last day awaits all the survivors of the race. "That's right, one more Dakar that has gone by in a flash. So many months of intense work, of real madness... and in a moment it's all over," Roma concludes.
Source Nani Roma official press release Automatic translation from the Spanish version available on www.todoterreno.pt
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