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Snippets from the Volkswagen bivouac
Three questions to Carlos Sousa (Team Lagos)
Rally moves to Africa: After the two special stages in Portugal the Dakar Rally participants are now on their way to Africa. For the passage, the organisers chartered seven ferries carrying the support teams – including the 23
supporting vehicles of the Volkswagen factory team that are sent from Algeciras to Tangier. Meanwhile, on Sunday evening, the four Volkswagen Race Touareg 2 vehicles and the team's three race-trucks are taking the night ferry from Malaga to Nador where the first African stage is scheduled to start on Monday morning.

Journalists in the Touareg
A total of 146 journalists are observing the Dakar Rally from the start in Portugal all the way to the finish in Senegal. In addition to the 56 media representatives travelling on the aircraft of the organiser, ASO, from one bivouac to the other, 36 press cars with altogether 110 reporters have been deployed. Among others, the toughest cross-country rally includes three Volkswagen Touareg V6 TDI vehicles – each accommodating three journalists and their luggage – providing safe and comfortable transportation across the distance covering a total of 8,000 kilometres.

Three questions to Carlos Sousa (Team Lagos)

As the local hero, you did fulfil the expectations of your home audience, didn't you?
"It's great competing in front of such a superb backdrop and, what's more, to be leading the Dakar Rally. For Portugal, this important rally is very significant. It's the first time that I'm competing in this desert classic with Team Lagos and the entering team headed by Phoenix' team boss Ernst Moser in a Volkswagen Race Touareg that is simply fantastic.”

What is the strategy you used for these special stages?
"On the first stage my German co-driver Andreas Schulz and I of course gave our best. When we were running in front with such a clear advantage a real euphoria erupted. We even needed to restrain ourselves a bit in order to keep from overdoing things on the second leg.”

What are your plans for the upcoming stages in Africa?
"We've got an ideal starting base: we're running in front of the overall standings, but don't have to start on the first stage in Morocco as the first team. With regard to navigating, the fact that we're only the ninth car to start the stage and don't have to open the course is probably a major advantage.”

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