Video highlights from the 12th and final stage of the 2019 Africa Eco Race – veteran Italian Rally racer, Alessandro Botturi wins.
Running parallel with a certain rally event currently taking place in South America, the Africa Eco Race takes on some of the original and best rally routes in Africa through Morocco, Mauritania and Senegal to Dakar.
Former Yamaha Racing rider and highly experienced rally veteran, Alessandro Botturi has taken the win in the 2019 event across North Africa.
Pal Anders Ullevalseter finished a close second to Botturi – the pair were only separated by seven minutes through the entire rally. Both left the final stage start line determined, with Ullevalseter "pulling out the big guns" and forcing Botturi to fight to the flag for his victory.
In the end, Pal Anders Ullevalseter won the last stage, 2m14s ahead of Botturi who finished with a comfortable 4m54s overall margin of victory after 4000km of rally. The Norwegian, Ullevalseter can be happy at least with victory in the Veteran class.
Just behind them, Simone Agazzi took the final spot on the podium ahead of Felix Jensen in fourth, in front of his Ullevalseter team-mate Francisco Arredondo.
Patrice CARILLON finished sixth place and lead finisher of the Malle Moto class. 62-year-old Jan Zatko finished ninth and first in the over 450cc class. French rider Julie Vanneken ends in 30th position and top female just in front of Paolo Caprioni, the only rider of the 700cc category to finish.
2019 Africa Eco Race, Moto Results:
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