PRICE WINS SECOND DAKAR CROWN DESPITE WRIST INJURY

The Hunter’s Toby Price has done it – he’s taken out his second Dakar Rally title in Peru.

With a time of one hour and 14 minutes, he won the final stage – two minutes and 21 seconds in front of second placed, Chile’s Jose Ignacio Cornejo Florimo.

It hasn’t been an easy Dakar for Price, battling with a broken wrist.

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