Stage two of this year’s Africa Eco Race took the competitors over 393 kilometres from Moulay Domain to Tagounite in Southwest Morocco. Italian Paolo Ceci won the stage in the bikes category. The Honda rider also moved into the overall race lead. Gev Teddy Sella followed his opening stage victory with a second place finish in Tagounite. The South African KTM rider is now one minute and 19 seconds off the overall pace. It could have been a lot worse for Sella who recovered well from an over-the-handle-bars spill during the day’s action. Russian Vladimir Vasilyev maintained his perfect start to this year’s edition. The mini driver won his second straight stage to open up a sizeable gap at the top of the car standings.