AMV rider Marc Coma finishes third in the Rally of Morocco
After completing the 2,300 km that comprised the 2010 Rallye du Olibya Marroc, AMV rider Marc Coma was third. The Rally, which took place on a varied and demanding terrain, has seen the new application of the rules of navigation. Six days, 1,600 km timed, and 150 participants have left behind clues as mountain, techniques, and the famous dunes of the Moroccan desert.
Marc Coma (AMV), third overall, could not cut differences, despite the great comeback he made after the penalty, 30 minutes, he suffered on Tuesday and in the end had to settle for bronze in Morocco.
Marc Coma came out today with just a quarter of an hour difference from overall leader, and despite being aware that the rally was already lost after Tuesday's penalty, Catalan gave everything to complete the challenge was marked.
In the end, Despres claimed victory ahead of the pilot and the pilot Helder Rodrigues AMV Marc Coma, who was third. Two seats behind the driver also has completed AMV Jordi Viladoms a great performance if you consider that it was the first contact with his new team.
MARC COMA AMV Pilot: "Since the penalty phase Tuesday rally knew this was lost. But despite all these days I gave everything. We should be happy with the feelings that we had with the new KTM 450. It is a bike very easy and manageable and that makes me very optimistic for the next Dakar. the Tuesday was a real shame but we have made a good comeback, though in the end, only we could be third. Now we have some new training ahead, and I think will be very positive for us. "