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Old 03-13-2014, 11:01 AM   #4036
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Surely it can't be... there has to be another explanation...? or has the whole Rally raid world gone F5-ing mad...?!
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??? Ummmmmm....? So it's a covert rallye espionage and contraband servicing organisation, that hires it's services?

(my italian is rusty no?)
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Old 03-13-2014, 11:27 AM   #4037
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Re: the new KTM 450 RR

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Old 03-13-2014, 02:29 PM   #4038
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Can I have some of the stuff your clearly taking?
I think a little wee came out while laughing so hard .....

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Old 03-13-2014, 05:20 PM   #4039
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Don't know any details but Mike Stanfield, founder of the Freedom Rally Team and Freedom Cycles in Kansas City passed away.

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Old 03-13-2014, 05:42 PM   #4040
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Don't know any details but Mike Stanfield, founder of the Freedom Rally Team and Freedom Cycles in Kansas City passed away.

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I was told it was a diving accident at there home in the Southern Carribean. No clear details, Jeff had just left to go down when I was in there Tuesday.
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Old 03-15-2014, 01:47 AM   #4041
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Italian Baja is on, no way for me to go there

anyway you can check the live timings here
http://rally.ficr.it/body_stagetimes...one=1&p_Gara=3

bikes are split in two main categories, World Cup and Europe championship, so you have to check both to see all results. Yesterday's short stage was dominated by Cominotto, as I wrote a very fast enduro racer. On the other way Ruoso had a little fall and received his Honda only a couple of days before the race, so he would improve day by day.

In a about hour second stage is on
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Old 03-15-2014, 04:07 AM   #4042
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Iatlian Baja 2014

After SS 2:

1. 14 ita v. Cominotto bike 35'40

2. 1 ita a. Ruoso bike 37'09 1'29

3. 3 pol j. Przygonski bike 37'21 1'41

4. 107 ita a. Basso bike 37'56 2'16

5. 18 por f. Mota bike 38'39 2'59

6. 4 ita a. Zanotti bike 38'45 3'05

7. 5 esp v. Riviera bike 39'44 4'04

8. 6 ita m. Lucchese bike 39'53 4'13

Zanotti is using the Dakar TM


first photo of Ruoso with Honda


and current leader Vanni Cominotto on yesterday's stage

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Old 03-15-2014, 07:13 AM   #4043
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Old 03-15-2014, 12:40 PM   #4044
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Italian Baja 2014

results after second day

1. 14 ITA V. COMINOTTO BIKE 1:11'22

2. 1 ITA A. RUOSO BIKE 1:13'44 2'22

3. 3 POL J. PRZYGONSKI BIKE 1:14'50 3'28

4. 4 ITA A. ZANOTTI BIKE 1:17'51 6'29

5. 7 FRA A. MARČ BIKE 1:18'19 6'57

6. 5 ESP V. RIVERA BIKE 1:18'50 7'28

7. 8 CZE G. ZDENEK BIKE 1:19'29 8'07

8. 6 ITA M. LUCCHESE BIKE 1:20'28 9'06

9. 16 POR R. OLIVEIRA BIKE 1:23'43 12'21

10. 53 POL K. JARMUZ BIKE 1:24'31 13'09
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Old 03-15-2014, 01:17 PM   #4045
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Old 03-15-2014, 01:35 PM   #4046
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Today's winner, Cominotto


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Old 03-17-2014, 02:14 AM   #4047
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Italian Baja 2014

Final results

1. 14 V. COMINOTTO YAMAHA WR 450 2:29'47


2. 1 A. RUOSO HONDA 450HM 2:35'22 5'35

3. 3 J. PRZYGONSKI KTM 450 EXC 2:37'23 7'36

4. 5 V. RIVERA KTM 450 EXC 2:43'44 13'57


5. 7 A. MARČ YAMAHA YZF 450 2:44'01 14'14


6. 6 M. LUCCHESE YAMAHA WR450F 2:52'24 22'37

7. 4 A. ZANOTTI TM DKR 2:53'01 23'14 PEN.10'00


8. 16 R. OLIVEIRA YAMAHA WR 450 2:53'24 23'37

9. 60 R. LHOTSKY HUSQUARNA TE 510 2:55'22 25'35


10. 53 K. JARMUZ HONDA CRF 450 2:57'13 27'26


11. 61 R. COSTA HUSQUARNA TE 5103:00'28 30'41

12. 2 M. BERTI MENDEZ HM CRF450X 3:01'15 31'28


13. 55 S. KAIUZNY HUSABERG FE 450 3:02'26 32'39


14. 8 G. ZDENEK TM BAJA R 3:08'16 38'29 PEN.1'00


15. 11 A. BERNADAUS VILLANUA HUSQVARNA 450 3:08'58 39'11 PEN.21'00


16. 50 P. BIANCHI PRATA HUSQUARNA TE449 RALLY 3:13'39 43'52 PEN.13'00


17. 54 P. PAWLOWSKI KTM EXC 350 3:21'13 51'26 PEN.6'00


18. 10 F. ZÜRCHER YAMAHA WRF 3:29'38 59'51 PEN.8'00


Both Ruoso and Manuele sufferd some falls, the winner even a little accident with a car during a liason, while both Zanotti and Zdenek had a strange problem with brakes.
Now let's see if Cominotto will try with other Baja races (here in Italy we really need some more fast racers like him), while Ruoso (signed with Spanish Massoni Team) hopes to try with some rally raid too
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Old 03-17-2014, 02:45 AM   #4048
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Good result (6th overall) for Manny the roving reporter.
And Zanotti (on the fully rallye spec TM) with a 7th Including a 10 minute penalty (? )... so his scratch result (pace) would have been good for a 4th placing otherwise... that is impressive for a full (35 liter capacity?) Dakar spec bike... against the other baja/rally lite enduro based machines!
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Old 03-17-2014, 02:50 AM   #4049
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Are there any pictures of Lucchese's bike?
Was he on a standard WR?
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Old 03-17-2014, 03:42 AM   #4050
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Between the two wheels is confirmed tradition tricolor Italian Baja. A pick up the baton of Alberto Basso (home influenced) was the young Alexander Aviano Ruoso riding a Yamaha 450 license plate Offroadmotors Fox Shox Team, who took the immense satisfaction of beating none other than "his majesty" Stephane Peterhansel of Yamaha Motor France, Emperor of the global terrain. But as said in the post race Alex Zanotti "house specialists have a huge advantage in knowing all the pitfalls of the track. It is not a problem of fords, but stones, potholes, pitfalls along the way. Today I went much better than yesterday and if I trained here would be different. However, I'm not complaining. "Peterhansel in the morning drew on Ruoso time before Rauscedo A, then took the lead after 3'' Rauscedo B causes inconvenience of the young rival. Immediate response of Ruoso in the repetition of the sectors back on his head and marking the record with scratches conclusive. Third place went to Alexander Botturi (another Yamaha 450) after a tight duel with Alex Zanotti (Tm). In the European EMU clear affirmation of the Polish Lukasz Laskawiec in front of Simon Bull (both on a quad Yamaha). Italian IMF signed Vanni Cominotto (Beta 450), only bike in front of a poker quads.
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