Roma consolidates fifth place in Dakar Rally
Bahrain Raid Xtreme driver Nani Roma set out from Neom, towards Al-Ula for stage ten of the Dakar Rally 2021 in the #311 Hunter. Ahead of Roma was a 583km stage, made up of 241km of road and 342km of special stage.
Roma started the stage looking to maintain his top five position overall, and once again showcased the Hunter’s speed and reliability over another gruelling stage. A unique aspect of today’s stage was the two neutralisation zones, where Roma had the opportunity to take support from the BRX team if needed.
The Spaniard has been consistently competing within the top ten over most of this year’s set of stages, and finished stage ten in 10th, with a time of 03:14:34, +10:37 behind the leader. This maintains Roma’s position as fifth overall, +2:50:22 behind the overall leader.