Coma had led triple motorcycling champion Despres by more than two minutes, but fell 10min behind him on Tuesday after taking the wrong route. "I tried to drive at a very high pace from the beginning, but it was difficult," Coma said. “I was able to overtake a few drivers and gain some time on Cyril - and Fiambala and many other stages still lie ahead.
SCENERY LOOKS GOOD, SO DOES GINIEL! South Africa's Giniel de Villiers hasn't time to admire the stunning Argentine scenery as he blasts his SA-built Toyota Hilux to second place overall on Stage 4 of the 2012 Dakar Rally. Image: AFP