Behind Peterhansel was Saudi Arabian Yazeed Al-Rajhi and Russian co-driver Konstantin Zhiltsoz, with their Overdrive Toyota finishing overall in fourth – Al-Rajhi’s best Dakar finish to date.
In fifth, the Toyota Gazoo Racing Hilux of Giniel de Villiers and Alex Haro Bravo was 1 hour, 7 minutes and 9 seconds off pace, while their teammates Bernhard ten Brinke and Tom Colsoul made it four Hiluxes in the top seven. Argentinians Orlando Terranova and Bernardo Graue came in sixth in the X-Raid JCW Mini.
The top four trucks was almost a Kamaz lockout, with the first place trio of Andrey Karginov, Andrey Mokeev and Igor Leonov finishing the overall in 46 hours 33 minutes and 36 seconds, followed by the trio of Anton Shibalov, Dmitrii Nikitin and Ivan Tatarinov, 42 minutes and 26 seconds later.
In third, the Maz-Sportauto team of Siarhei Viazovich, Pavel Haranin and Anton Zaparoshchanka were 2 hours 04 minutes and 42 seconds off the pace, while Dmitry Sotnikov, Ruslan Akhmadeev and Ilgiz Akhmetzianov completed Kamaz’s domination, 2 hours, 55 minutes and 28 seconds behind their winning teammates.
Big Shock Racing’s Martin Macik, Frantisek Tomasek and David Svanda completed the top five, 3 hours, 28 minutes and 8 seconds off pace.