Chile overtook Italy and ranks second overall.
Despite the very good afternoon of Vicente Rojas, from the Chilean team, who entered the group of leaders at the end of stage 4 of the Vuelta a San Juan in the town of Barreal, Argentina managed to stretch the difference with their Trans-Andean par in 20 seconds, in relation to yesterday’s stage.
In this way, the local team accumulates 49:01:42 hours, while Chile surpassed Italy and went to second place with 49:04:11, 2:29 minutes behind Argentina. Those of the Azzurri fell to 3rd place with 49:26:41 hours, in a stage that greatly complicated the Italian team, which is located 24:59 minutes from Argentina and 22:30 minutes from Chile.
Uruguay very complicated with the withdrawals in their team, marches in 4th place with Antonio Fagundez as the best of this stage. His cumulative time is 50:10:30 hours.
The teams will have a day-off this Thursday to return to action on Friday in a tough stage that will unite Chimbas with Altos del Colorado and 173.7 km to retrace.