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Friday, January 17, 2020

Dakar Rally 2020: Carlos Sainz wins third title, Final Results, Prizes

Dakar Rally 2020: Carlos Sainz snatched third title, Final Results, standing winner Prize Money.





Carlos Sainz won his third Dakar Rally title 2020 with a victory in Saudi Arabia.



 Carlos Sainz won his third Dakar Rally title as he finished fifth in the 12th and final stage of the 2020 edition in Saudi Arabia on Friday, six minutes 21 seconds clear of defending champion Nasser al-Attiyah.

 The 57-year-old Spaniard, father of McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz Jr, also won in 2010 and 2018 when the rally was held in South America.


Two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso debut race in 2020 Dakar Rally edition, finished 13th in standing.





Dakar Rally 2020: Carlos Sainz wins third title, Final Results, standing winner Prize Money.



Sainz's three victories have been with different car manufacturers, with this latest win for Mini joining triumphs for Volkswagen and Peugeot.

 France's Stephane Peterhansel, a 13-time winner of the event on two and four wheels, completed the top three in his 31st Dakar.

Ricky Brabec won the motorbike section for Honda to become the first American to win the endurance race.

The race - the 42nd edition of the Dakar Rally - was held in Saudi Arabia for the first time.




 Dakar Rally 2020: Final Results, Standings.



Here is the final top 10 in the general classification:


1. Carlos Sainz, 42:59:17

2. Nasser Al-Attiyah, +6:21

3. Stephane Peterhansel, +9:58

4. Yazeed Al-Rajhi, +49:10

5. Giniel de Villiers, +1:07:09

6. Orlando Terranova, +1:12:15

7. Bernhard Ten Brinke, +1:18:34

8. Mathieu Serradori, +1:59:21

9. Yasir Saeidan, +3:42:17

10. Wei Han, +3:51:07





How much Prize Money Carlos Sainz takes home as winners share in 2020 Dakar.





 Sainz, who will take home $50,000 in prize money, gave back eight minutes on Stage 11 from Shubaytah to Haradh, but his victory was never in doubt over the final stage on Friday.




The organization of the Dakar Rally invests a total of 263,500 euros in economic prizes. Of these,  192,500 are dedicated to motorcycles and quads and 71,000 to cars, trucks and SSV. Within the money allocated to each group, the prizes are divided into categories and differently.







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