Peterhansel had a great day on the second stage Sunday, taking the lead enduring no less than six punctures, and finishing the stage 28 minutes behind Juan Roma.
|Juan "Nani" Roma, Mini ALL4 Racing. (Photo: BMW Sport Communications)|
The Spaniard was quickest Tuesday, as the cars travelled from San Rafael to San Juan, Argentina. The second quickest driver of the day was another X-Raid MINI driver, Pole Krzysztof Holowczyk, as South African driver, Howie Poulter (Toyota) completed the top 3 of the day.
Juan Roma enjoys a 9m06 overall lead over Orlando Terranova (MINI) as Nasser Al-Attiyah (MINI) and Carlos Sainz (buggy SMG) now stand third and fourth respectively. Stephane Peterhansel dropped down to fifth overall.