Sam Sunderland picked up his second win of the rally - and the fourth of his Dakar career - on Monday's 296km Pisco - San Juan de Marcona test, having slipped to fourth overall on Sunday. Honda's Barreda, who went into the stage with a slim 2m30s lead, dropped almost 28 minutes after a late navigational error taking 14th position, while Yamaha's Xavier de Soultrait lost 13 minutes making the same mistake.
Meanwhile Aravind Prabhakar took 29th position, CS Santosh took 56th position. It means Sunderland now leads the rally by 4m38s from Benavides, Quintanilla and Price, while Brabec has moved into the top five at the expense of Matthias Walkner (KTM), who dropped nine minutes to Sunderland.
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