Honda's Joan Barreda has been demoted from first place to third in the overall standings in Dakar Rally 2016's bike category.
Barreda moved into the lead at the end of Stage 3 after recording the quickest time of the day.
However, he picked up a one-minute penalty for speeding on the non-timed road section, giving up first place overall to Stefan Svitko.
He was also passed by fellow Honda rider Kevin Benavides - and the Dakar debutant inherited a maiden stage win as a result.
The 2016 Dakar has seen a large number of speeding infringements, which contributed to a significant amount of penalties handed out to the field - with 21 of the current top 30 having already received additional time.
With Svitko moving into the lead, four riders are now within a minute of the pacesetter heading into Stage 4 - Benavides, Barreda, Jorge Goncalves and Alain Duclos.
Additional reporting by Luis Ramirez