KamAZ Nikolaev won a stage of the Dakar rally, despite the broken wheel

KamAZ Nikolaev won a stage of the Dakar rally, despite the broken wheelThe crew of the Russian team KAMAZ-master" running Eduard Nikolaev won the tenth stage of the rally-marathon "Dakar" in the truck category.Second behind in 49 seconds overcame 358-kilometre special stage his teammate Ayrat Mardeev. The third was the Belarus Sergei Vasovic on the "MAZ" ( 1.19).Other crews of the KAMAZ-master" - Andrey Karginov and Dmitry Sotnikov took 14th and 18th place, respectively.Nikolaev became the winner of the stage, despite the loss of time due to broken closer to the finish line wheels. To change the wheel and had the crew Sotnikova, the press service of the team.Stage passed between the Chilean city of Calama and the Argentine city of Salta in the foothills of the Andes at elevations of 4,500 meters, which was an additional challenge for sports equipment. Low atmospheric pressure caused the loss of power and overheating engines.In the overall standings leader Mardeev's crew, ahead of closest pursuer Nikolaev 13 minutes 21 seconds.

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