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Friday January 1st 2016

STAGE 4 : ASSA / REMZ EL QUEBIR : 409km

START FROM THE BIVOUAC
LEG : ASSA / REMZ EL QUEBIR : 409km
FINISH AT THE BIOUVAC

AFRICA ECO RACE® 2016 : A STAGE FULL OF SUPRISES

After the New Year celebrations which were simple but cozy at the bivouac in Assa, the competitors of the AFRICA ECO RACE® 2016 took to the tracks again on this Friday January 1st for a stage of 409km all the way to Remz El Quebir, in southern Morocco, and all of it without any liaisons. A detail that all competitors appreciated a lot and they were very happy to get to the bivouac minutes after finishing the stage. All the competitors have given positive feedback about the stage and especially the last sector which was a real pleasure to drive. On the other hand, this stage which was suppose to be fast and good, turned out to cause many top ranked drivers to suffer multiple punctures. This means that for the first time in all of the AFRICA ECO RACE® history, a truck is leading the general classification. This truck is none the less the KAMAZ driven by Anton SHIBALOV, who has had not issues since Nador.

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