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Old 01-08-2013, 04:01 AM   #3541
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Enough of the HRC bench racing, here's a real result for you:

Pizzolito leads, followed by Olivier Pain, Gerard Fares Guell, David Casteu and Kuba Przygonski.
The Lopez-Goncalves-Despres train seems to have made an error.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:01 AM   #3542
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:02 AM   #3543
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Enough of the HRC bench racing, here's a real result for you:

Pizzolito leads, followed by Olivier Pain, Gerard Fares Guell, David Casteu and Kuba Przygonski.
The Lopez-Goncalves-Despres train seems to have made an error.
where you getting this sensei?
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:02 AM   #3544
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DUDE

GHR are no backyard workshop.

On the HRC effort it appears more and more like its half assed. 2 riders taken out before Dakar even started with let's call it 'channel lock' and then stupid little things like not making tanks big enough.

I'm betting for half the money acerbis would have made custom plastic moulds for the Crf.

I suspect there was some hot headed individuals determining what was going to happen and less of the typical honda Japanese approach of testing testing testing.

Talk about embarrassing and stupid.
Ah what short memories people have. Last year the backyard (GHR) Honda's had huge problems with their last minute, untested fuel tanks splitting, didn't they? Now the big money factory frontyard (HRC) effort is being castigated for not checking with the backyard dudes about how to build their fuel tanks?
Also, one minute (well a few short weeks ago) they were testing, testing, testing in California (in typical Honda Japan approach) and got castigated for testing so close to the event and not leaving enough recovery time for possible injuries, something that bit them big time.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:03 AM   #3545
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where you getting this sensei?

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Old 01-08-2013, 04:03 AM   #3546
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where you getting this sensei?
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:04 AM   #3547
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The race continued without me as I would have to wait for a my extremely fast, bright orange, Support vehicle, piloted by none other than the fastest 4-wheel driver in the desert, Robby Gordon and his Navigator Kellon Walsh. They kindly dropped off a care package that would get me back going. After 20 or so more minutes of repair I was back underway.
But instead of racing with 2- wheel vehicles I found my self smack dab in the middle of the Garbage truck race!!
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:05 AM   #3548
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Here is an updated but more precise map for you, Sorry its not interactive. Not I did NOT have time to finalize the precise route after CP1 but it is in the region indicated. It about 90% correct up to CP1. all the Wps make sense to me now.dune sections marked in Yellow.







Wp2 -WP3 After a huge descent the riders follw a river bed onto a sandy track tanking them into another dune field which they have to climb, if they go too far right here they will will find themselves cut off between a slop too steep to climb and a big drop of down another huge (500M+) dune slope, If they make it they get to Wp3

Wp3-Cp1 follows a mountain track, very rough at first.but taking them down almost tosea level again.

The final dunes section is going to be the most technical thoughwithsteep up and downhills to negotiate.

Hope it helps!!
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:06 AM   #3549
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Murray?
Sundial...

it's gotta be better than what dakar.com are providing...
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:07 AM   #3550
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Bluebull...

now if you can just put some number spot tracker icons on that as an overlay...
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:08 AM   #3552
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Sundial...

it's gotta be better than what dakar.com are providing...

Official source out now:

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Like yesterday, it would seem that the riders opening the route and making the tracks are less at ease then their pursuers. As a result, it is the day's ninth starter, Argentinean Javier Pozzolito who seems to be leading the dance, ahead of Olivier Pain, Gerard Fares Guell, David Casteu and Kuba Przygonski. Francisco Lopez, Paulo Gonçalves and Cyril Despres are somewhat off the pace on this first zone. However, Joan Barreda Bort also seems to be doing well having started in twenty-fourth place. The first time check point is after 173 km.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:08 AM   #3553
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Here is an updated but more precise map for you, Sorry its not interactive. Not I did NOT have time to finalize the precise route after CP1 but it is in the region indicated. It about 90% correct up to CP1. all the Wps make sense to me now.dune sections marked in Yellow.







Wp2 -WP3 After a huge descent the riders follw a river bed onto a sandy track tanking them into another dune field which they have to climb, if they go too far right here they will will find themselves cut off between a slop too steep to climb and a big drop of down another huge (500M+) dune slope, If they make it they get to Wp3

Wp3-Cp1 follows a mountain track, very rough at first.but taking them down almost tosea level again.

The final dunes section is going to be the most technical thoughwithsteep up and downhills to negotiate.

Hope it helps!!

Thanks Nice work.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:08 AM   #3554
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Ah what short memories people have. Last year the backyard (GHR) Honda's had huge problems with their last minute, untested fuel tanks splitting, didn't they? Now the big money factory frontyard (HRC) effort is being castigated for not checking with the backyard dudes about how to build their fuel tanks?
Also, one minute (well a few short weeks ago) they were testing, testing, testing in California (in typical Honda Japan approach) and got castigated for testing so close to the event and not leaving enough recovery time for possible injuries, something that bit them big time.
Damned by the F5irehose if you do, damned by the F5irehose if you don't.
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Ghr did not race last year in Dakar. It was 2 years ago.

They came home and spent the next 2 years building and testing.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:09 AM   #3555
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F5-ing off...

Checking out for a while...

good luck everyone... see ya' at the ASS...
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