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Morocco Rally: What they said after Stage 2.

Ruben Faria: "With a functioning road book and GPS it was much better. I overtook Stan Watt at the middle of the special and after that I rode alone. Because of the heat the suspension hardened and my arms hurt."

Stan Watt: "Some suspension problems deprived me from attacking."

Carlos Sainz: "The special was varied with a bit of sand and some stony parts near the end. We caught up with Giniel at the end of a village where he hesitated to find the right track. Hel let us pass which is a sign of good team spirit."

Nasser Al-Attiyah: "Apart from a puncture, everything went well. We finished in front of Sousa which is important for our objective to achieve a podium finish."

Guerlain Chicherit: "We started in a superb rhythm but unfortunately we had two punctures, the second of them 10 km from the finish. I regret not being able to go with the VWs, to measure the real performance of our car."

José Luis Monterde: "Today everything was OK, which eases the disappointment caused by yesterday’s electrical problem. We were only delayed by a puncture and some difficulties to overtake Isabelle Patissier who didn’t hear our Sentinel."

2007/09/26 | 16:38 CET | Editor: MR/HS/Rita Konya

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