Argentina's Yamaha quad drivers Marcos (R) and Alejandro Patronelli celebrate their victory after the Stage 13 of the Rally Dakar 2016 between Villa Carlos Paz and Rosario, Argentina, on January 16, 2016. AFP PHOTO / FRANCK FIFE
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France's Dakar Rally legend Stephane Peterhansel celebrated his 12th title on Saturday as motorbike rider Toby Price became the first Australian to etch his name on the grueling event's roll of honor.The 50-year-old Peterhansel avoided any late drama to safely cross the finish line of the closing 13th stage at Rio Cuarto to give French manufacturer Peugeot their first win since 1990 . Price, 28, who came third last year on his debut, dominated the two-week bike race after lifting the second stage last week. Peterhansel won the first of his six titles on two wheels in 1991 and his 11th victory behind the wheel of a Mini in 2013 .
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