Sunderland scored his first stage win of the 2021 Dakar on the shortened 464km Al Ula-Yanbu stage, more than halving the 10-minute deficit he faced to Honda man Benavides.
The British rider, who is chasing a second Dakar win, took control at the 215km mark and from there extended an advantage of 2m40s over Husqvarna’s Pablo Quintanilla.
Benavides was third-fastest, dropping 6m24s on …Keep reading

Author: Onlineautos