SAN JUAN, Argentina - Spaniard Nani Roma (Mini) moved into the Dakar Rally lead after winning Stage 3 of the 2014 Dakar Rally on Tuesday (Jan 7 2014) while favourite Stephane Peterhansel had a nightmare day.Frenchman Peterhansel began the day in the overall lead after winning Monday's run but took six punctures and eventually came home 28th and more than 28 minutes behind Roma.In the overall standings, Roma is now leading three Minis with Argentine Orlando Terranova second and Nasser al-Attiyah of Qatar third. Peterhansel is down in fifth place overall but 24min08 behind Roma in the race.'NEVER A DAKAR LIKE IT'Peterhansel, 11-times winner (six times on two wheels, five times on four), admitted he had not enjoyed the 301km timed section from San Rafael to San Juan."I've never known a Dakar stage like it," he said. "It was a nightmare today. We punctured six times! On the first I hit a big rock, that's my fault, but then we were the first to go out and we found ourselves completely off-piste in very tall vegetation thanks to a last-gasp swerve due to bad weather and mud."When we got out of that we had three slow punctures out of four wheels. As we were the first car we cleared the track for the rest. We were thrown into the lion's den but I can't see how we could have done anything differently."We couldn't have imagined that in clearing a path in the vegetation we'd get three punctures out of four wheels."Roma told the official Dakar website later: "You know, sometimes the Dakar is crazy and this stage was like that. The drivers in front of me had some problems and I tried to be really concentrated all through the stage and not make mistakes."Anyway, I've got here, and I'm happy, but on the Dakar Valparaiso is still far. We need to really concentrate every day."South Africa's Leeroy Poulter (Toyota Hilux) finished the day third and is 10th overall while team mate Giniel de Villiers is now sixth overall.MOTORCYCLESIn the motorcycle section, Spaniard Joan Barreda (Honda) increased his overall lead on the stage, a 292km timed special.Frenchman Cyril Despres (Yamaha) was second on the day and Spain's Marc Coma (KTM) third.The three remain 1, 2 and 3 in the overall standings.Results from Stage 3 of the 2014 Dakar Rally, a 301km timed car run and 373km timed motorcycle run from San Rafael to San Juan, Argentina:Cars1 Nani Roma (ESP/Mini) 2hr58min522 Krzysztof Holowczyc (POL/Mini) +1min073 Leeroy Poulter (RSA/Toyota) +3min194 Orlando Terranova (ARG/Mini) +4min545 Guerlain Chicherit (FRA/Jefferies) +6min526 Robby Gordon (USA/Hummer) +7min027 Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT/ESP/Mini) +10min098 Erik Wevers, (NED/Hrx) +10min399 Federico Villagra (ARG/Mini) +10min5410 Erik Van Loon (NED/Ford) +11min01Overall standings1 Nani Roma (ESP/Mini) 9hr20min132 Orlando Terranova (ARG/Mini) +9min063 Nasser Al-Attiyah (QAT/Mini) +10min004 Carlos Sainz (ESP/Smg) +12min025 Stephane Peterhansel (FRA/Mini) +24min086 Giniel De Villiers (RSA/Toyota) +26min237 Christian Lavieille (FRA/Haval) +31min238 Krzysztof Holowczyc (POL/Mini) +33min569 Erik Wevers (NED/Hrx) +44min3910 Leeroy Poulter (RSA/Toyota) +45min10Motorcycles1 Joan Barreda Bort (ESP/Honda) 3hr47min032 Cyril Despres (FRA/Yamaha) +4min413 Marc Coma (ESP/KTM) +6min564 Alain Duclos (FRA/Sherco) +10min515 David Casteu (FRA/KTM) +11min176 Francisco Lopez Contardo (CHI/KTM) +16min367 Gerard Farres Guell (ESP/Gas - Gas) +16min508 Stefan Svitko (SVK/KTM) +19min069 Kuba Przygonski (POL/KTM) +20min1210 Olivier Pain (FRA/Yamaha) +20min34Overall standings1 Joan Barreda Bort (ESP/Honda) 9hr56mn442 Cyril Despres (FRA/Yamaha) +13min043 Marc Coma (ESP/KTM) +13min564 Alain Duclos (FRA/Sherco) +16min385 Francisco Lopez Contardo (CHI/KTM) +18min396 David Casteu (FRA/KTM) +22min167 Jordi Viladoms (ESP/KTM) +34min338 Olivier Pain (FRA/Yamaha) +36min339 Kuba Przygonski (POL/KTM) +37min5410 Stefan Svitko (SVK/KTM) +40min09.FLASHBACK MEMORIESUS - Stage 3 - Inside Dakar 2014 - Worst... by DakarBookmark Wheels24's special Dakar Rally section to keep up with event news and results.