NAZCA, Peru - Qatari ace Nasser al-Attiyah won the 2013 Dakar rally’s third stage on Monday to make it three stages from three for his Red Bull Buggy team.The 42-year-old, who won the race in 2011, moved to second in the overall standings some six-and-a-half minutes behind France's Mini-driving 10-times champion Stephane Peterhansel.SAINZ PENALTY REVERSEDPeterhansel - he started the day in the overall lead only for al-Attiyah's team mate and 2010 champion Carlos Sainz to be reinstated over a technical fault the previous day - finished third in the stage while American veteran Robby Gordon was second.Dakar stage 3 galleryImage galleryThe technical problems that have affected the Buggy team hit Al-Attiyah at one point during the stage when he was penalised an hour which meant he dropped to 132nd and last in the car category.However, according to race organisers, this was erroneous and due to a computer bug.Another Frenchman is leading the motorcycling category - four-times winner and defending champion Cyril Despres on a KTM.Despres, 38, didn't win the stage - that honour went to Portuguese Francisco ‘Chaleco’ Lopez on another KTM – but was third. Another Portuguese rider, Paulo Goncalves, was second.Despres is leading Lopez by 2min51 while Norwegian Pal Ullevalseter is third and 4min59sec behind.South Africa's Giniel de Villiers/Dirk van Zitzewitz are now running 15th after getting lost on Stage 3 and losing about 20 minutes.Villiers, driving a Toyota Hilux, said after the stage: "Today was anything but good for us! It wasn't the car's fault, it's just that we made a huge navigational mistake which added almost 20km to our tally"It got so bad that Dirk (his navigator, Von Zitzewitz) had to get out several times to see where we were and what direction we had to take. This is one of those mistakes which cost you dearly and in the end we must have lost roughly 25 minutes."That's the way it is... This is just the third special and there's still a long road before us so we'll stay focused and try to do much better on Tuesday. In the last few days we've already seen that things can change overnight at the Dakar..."Monday's stage also saw a repeat winner in the quad category as Marcos Patronelli grabbed his second stage of 2013 and slightly bolstered his position despite having to deal with a slowly deflating tyre which forced him to slow down 30km from the finish.The Argentinean driver now commands a 21min18 lead on his nearest competitor, Sebastian Husseini.RESULTS2013 Cars Stage 3 result1 AL-ATTIYAH (QAT) Buggy 2hr30min142 GORDON (USA) Hummer 2hr31:32 +01min183 PETERHANSEL (FRA) Mini 2hr34:06 +03min524 ÁLVAREZ (ARG) Toyota 2hr39:50 +09min365 ROMA (ESP)MINI 2hr42:34 +12min206 NOVISTKIY (RUS) Mini 2hr45:43 +15min297 CHICHERIT (FRA) SMG 2hr46:29 +16min158 GADASIN (RUS ) G-Force Proto 2hr53:39 +23min259 LAVIEILLE (FRA) Proto Dessoude 2hr54:59 +24min4510 ERRANDONEA (AND) SMG 2hr55:23 +25min092013 Dakar Rally Bikes Stage 3 result1 Chaleco Lopez, Chile (KTM) 2hr37:542 Paolo Goncalves, Portugal (Husqvarna) 2hr39min023 Cyril Despres, France (KTM) 2hr42min024 Alessandro Botturi, Italy (Husqvarna) 2hr42min595 Jakub Przygonski, Poland (KTM) 2hr43min146 Daniel Gouet, Chile (Honda) 2hr44min297 Gerard Farres Guell, Spain (Honda) 2hr44min528 Frans Verhoeven, Netherlands (Yamaha) 2hr45min169 Olivier Pain, France (Yamaha) 2hr45min2210 Javier Pizzolito, Argentina (Honda) 2hr45min33Bikes overall standings after Stage 31 Cyril Despres (KTM) 6hr15min032 Chaleco Lopez (KTM) 6hr17min033 Pal-Anders Ullevalseter (KTM) 6hr20min024 Oliver Pain (Yamaha) 6hr21min065 David Casteu (Yamaha) 6hr21min116 Israel Esquerre (Honda) 6hr21min227 Frans Verhoeven (Yamaha) 6hr23min118 Jordi Viladoms (Husqvarna) 6hr24min119 Stefan Svitko (KTM) 6hr24min4310 Jakub Przygonski (KTM) 6hr24min48Full results shortly.Wheels24 will be following the 'Dakar' rally throughout the race. Keep up with things on our Dakar Rally section.