Stage 1 Lima - Pisco
Isidre Esteve and his co-driver Txema Villalobos set a steady and safe pace that allowed them to overcome the first Peruvian dunes without any problems.
Stage 2 Pisco - San Juan de Marcona
The Repsol Rally Team driver set a strong pace with his BV6 Sodicars Racing prototype, which allowed him to finish the special in 24th position overall and 8th in his category, T1.2.
Stage 3 San Juan de Marcona - Arequipa
The Repsol Rally Team driver had to take extreme precautions after two tyres came off the rims at once and they ran out of spares until the regrouping.
Stage 4 Arequipa - Tacna
The Repsol Rally Team has set a time of 4 hours, 56 minutes, and 35 seconds, which leaves them in 24th position at the end of the day and equals their best partial result of this edition.
Stage 5 Tacna - Arequipa
The fog was the true protagonist of the day. The lack of visibility forced a delayed start in the morning and, in the afternoon, the organisation decided to cut almost a hundred kilometres off the special due to security reasons.
Stage 6 Arequipa - San Juan de Marcona
Isidre Esteve had his scariest moment of the 2018 Dakar.His prototype BV6 was hit by a buggy in a dune.
Stage 7 San Juan de Marcona - San Juan de Marcona
Isidre Esteve completed the seventh stage of the Dakar 2019 on Monday brilliantly at the wheel of his prototype BV6, and is now closer to successfully completing his third consecutive edition in the toughest race in the world.
Stage 8 San Juan de Marcona - Pisco
The driver from Llerida and his co-driver Txema Villalobos put in a brilliant performance, with outstanding times at all waypoints.
Stage 9 Pisco - Pisco
Isidre Esteve is one day away from completing his third consecutive Dakar. The Repsol Rally Team driver has led a brilliant second week of competition coinciding with the toughest part of the course.
Stage 9 Pisco - Lima
The last stage between Pisco and Lima was not a formality and the 112 kilometres against the clock once again put the fifty or so 'survivors'