• After yesterday's podium lock out, the Peugeot DKR scored another hat-trick at the finish of the second stage today in Russia. Peugeot is 1-2- 3 in the overall ranking as well, leading the way and increasing the gap with other competitors after just two stages.
• Stephane Peterhansel won the stage from Cyril Despres, 2 nd (+1min47) and Sebastien Loeb 3 rd for just one second (+1min48).
• The Peugeot DKR Maxi opened the 157km road of today's challenging stage, much slippery and muddy, with few flooded areas. All three Peugeot DKRs conquered the tricky conditions without any issues.
Once more, the Peugeots have dominated the action on day two of the #silkwayrally, despite extreme conditions weather conditions and damaged terrains. The short stage to Ufa again featured narrow and technical roads with some navigational challenges as well. Team Peugeot Total has increased its margin over its nearest competitor, but the first really long competitive section starts tomorrow, with plenty to be gained or lost.
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