Africa Eco Race

Portuguese Elisabete Jacinto drives her Man during the 7th stage Guelb Agantour to Guelb Agantour in the third Africa Eco Race. The Africa Eco Race started on December 29, 2010 in Nador, Morocco, and continued over 12 days and 6,000 kilometres through Mauritania to "lac Rose" in Senegal.
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( Getty Images / January 5, 2011 )

Portuguese Elisabete Jacinto drives her Man during the 7th stage Guelb Agantour to Guelb Agantour in the third Africa Eco Race. The Africa Eco Race started on December 29, 2010 in Nador, Morocco, and continued over 12 days and 6,000 kilometres through Mauritania to "lac Rose" in Senegal.

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