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Qatar International Rally: Nasser Al-Attiyah dominates the course of the second day

The defending champion, Qatari Nasser Saleh Al-Attiyah, imposed control of the second day of the Qatar International Rally, one of the rounds of the Middle East Rally Championship for the current year, to temporarily top the standings.

Al-Attiyah took advantage of problems that followed his Irish stalker Chris Mick, who lost his second place and declined in the ranking after sharing with Al-Attiyah the fastest times in the 4 stages of speed for the second day, and the difference between them reached 10.3 seconds at the end of the fourth stage before the journey of Mick and his navigator Sebastian Marshall stopped .

It is expected that a set of penalties will be issued by the Referees Committee against Chris, which is likely to go down to sixth place in the general standings with his return to the competitions on the third and last day, Sunday.

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