Matthias Walkner (Red Bull KTM Factory): “Another super long day. I tried from the beginning to push really hard. The Rallye du Maroc is one of my favourite races. A really nice mix of navigation, some off-piste, some dunes, fast piste. Tomorrow is the show down and I’ll be happy if I can stay on the podium, make some good points (for the championship) and don’t take too many risks.”
Daniel Sanders (Gas Gas Factory Racing) : “I started back in 14th but you still had to be really precise with the navigation and keep the mistakes to the minimum. When I could push I pushed. I’ll be opening tomorrow so a lot of pressure but I’m excited to see how it works out.”
Ricky Brabec (Monster Energy Honda) : “I opened more of less the whole day and I didn’t have any teammates close to me to help. We crossed many tracks from the last two days which made the navigation really tricky and I made two big errors. Now I’m 7 minutes down going into the last day. Hopefully the guys opening tomorrow will make a little mistake or go a little bit slow. Tomorrow we’re going to try and do our best and get on the podium.”
STAGE 4 (SS 367 KM) - PROVISIONAL RESULTS :
1º Daniel Sanders 2º Matthias Walkner +00'36'3º Pablo Quintanilla +02'55'4º Joan Barreda +05:47'5º Joaquim Rodrigues +06'17'
OVERALL AFTER STAGE 3 - PROVISIONAL TOP 5 :
1º Matthias Walkner2º Pablo Quintanilla +00'37'3º Daniel Sanders +05'46'4º Ricky Brabec +07:34'5º Adrien Van Beveren +14'53'