Bahrain Raid Xtreme (BRX) took on the Saudi Arabian desert for stage two of the Dakar Rally 2021. Nani Roma and Sebastien Loeb had the chance to put the BRX Hunter to the test across vast stretches of open desert and rolling sand dunes for large portions of the stage.
The two drivers set out from Bisha, with 685km of driving (228km road and 457km special stage) to contest, as they raced towards Wadi Ad Dawasir.
After a strong showing on stage one, to climb up the rankings, Nani Roma started stage two in sixth position in the #311 Hunter.
Stage three of the Dakar Rally 2021 takes BRX in Saudi Arabia’s Empty Quarter with vast expanses of empty desert and endless dunes.
A high stakes loop of the desert, with a number of fast sections, gives the drivers an opportunity to test the Hunter’s top speed.
Out of the 630km in total, stage three comprises 227km of road and 403km of special stage driving.