Nani Roma has proven that he has what it takes to be at the top, taking back another stage win, he was over 4 minutes ahead of his closest rival G. De Villier in the Toyota. The big time American Robby Gordon has finally made the board in third only 20 minutes behind.

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Tom Lo
Filthy tidiness is probably how I would describe my passion for anything with a motor. I enjoy the perfection, purposefulness, and thought put into the design and assembly of cars....but I do love to see them been thrashed and covered in brake dust, dirt and blood. You gotta use it to love it in my books.


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