With the Mini team bosses outlining their decision to keep Nani Roma in first place and  Stephane Peterhansel in second, todays events couldn’t have shaken that up more. With Roma getting a flat tyre causing him to lose crucial minutes and distance, Peterhansel caught up and past him. At one stage Peterhansel even U-turned to allow Roma to go ahead but the team mate didn’t take it up. In the end Peterhansel won the stage and pushed himself into top position overall by 26 seconds!


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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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