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Old 01-10-2013, 06:58 PM   #7096
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Yep, I agree.

Did I hear Carlton say that Peruvians are built like Sponge Bob?
Prolly 205, but I lol'd at that, and lol'd again when the truck was freed and Carlton said something to the effect of "I told you!"
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:02 PM   #7097
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Hi all,

The dakar is almost half way and we are watching the overall results more and more. Time to add some filters to select a specific class.

I did add an extra link to filter on the class. Associated drivers come from the official site, so don't blame me on glitches Just let me know (when you're sure of course) and I can change the drivers class.

I can add some "user defined" classes too, so lets finish Fodder's lists and add them.

I'm sure you will find the filter and the website.

See ya and good night (2:15 here already).

Mischa

PS: ADVriders can be selected now too


Fuckin'a!

That's fantastic! Thanks Misc!

Any way to show their rankings relative to the field, rather than relative to each other? (Otherwise, I'll have to start smack-talkin on Lyndon while I root for Patrick and all...)
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:04 PM   #7098
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For those following at home, Luis is the current Lanterne Rouge and has been on stage 24 hours longer than Olivier Pain through 6 stages. That does not include the additional time it's taken him to do the liaisons.


Think about that for a minute.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:08 PM   #7099
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For those following at home, Luis is the current Lanterne Rouge and has been on stage 24 hours longer than Olivier Pain through 6 stages. That does not include the additional time it's taken him to do the liaisons.


Think about that for a minute.
Wow.

Tonight he said bike rode well. He crashed and hurt ankle. But all is good.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:12 PM   #7100
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I'm trying to get the f5 bigger

Def bigger.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:14 PM   #7101
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For those following at home, Luis is the current Lanterne Rouge and has been on stage 24 hours longer than Olivier Pain through 6 stages. That does not include the additional time it's taken him to do the liaisons.


Think about that for a minute.




he get's his money worth


but does it mean that Matt Fish is out
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:23 PM   #7102
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For those following at home, Luis is the current Lanterne Rouge and has been on stage 24 hours longer than Olivier Pain through 6 stages. That does not include the additional time it's taken him to do the liaisons.


Think about that for a minute.
He REALLY deserves to finish this year

Go!!! Luis GO!!!
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:27 PM   #7103
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he get's his money worth


but does it mean that Matt Fish is out

Only those who have finished today's stage are classified on the overall right now. He's got a pretty good lead over his nearest competitor, I'm not sure Luis can be caught even if they spend the night on the stage.

Matt Fish does not appear on the withdrawal list yet, so technically it's not over until he misses the start cutoff tomorrow morning.

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He REALLY deserves to finish this year

Go!!! Luis GO!!!
He sure does. It's going to be an epic story if he can pull it off.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:29 PM   #7104
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dakar.com stage 6

posting a few dakar.com photos as we speak in the media thread... a bit more feeling with some of today's photos...


#303 - CARLOS SAINZ (ESP) / TIMO GOTTSCHALK (DEU)





#306 - LUCIO EZEQUIEL ÁLVAREZ (ARG) / BERNARDO ROLANDO GRAUE (ARG)

(PUSH!)


#315 - ROBBY GORDON (USA) / KELLON WALCH (USA)

(sleeping on the job)



(yup, we're in the shit now!)


#117 - JOSEFINA GARDULSKI (CHL)




...and the usual action shots:

#301 - GINIEL DE VILLIERS (ZAF) / DIRK VON ZITZEWITZ (DEU)



#315 - ROBBY GORDON (USA) / KELLON WALCH (USA)



#303 - CARLOS SAINZ (ESP) / TIMO GOTTSCHALK (DEU)



#159 - JORGE AGUILAR (SLV)





more in the media thread.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:31 PM   #7105
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I spent dunno how much time to find out what was wrong. I thought it was my fault, but no... haha... you fill in the rest ;-) But it's weird... if you add 1h20 on stage time then do it on all pages right? And if not on live timing okay, but it's in the checkpoints listing, but not in the standings. So, kinda strange to me. I wouldn't be surprised if they add it later to the other results as well...
You want to grab the start to WP6 and then the WP7 to end times and you will have 03:36:21 for Chaleco. But his physical time to get from the start to the end which is measured by the time of day will include the time from wp6 to wp7.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:32 PM   #7106
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Love the Candid's/emotive shots, those are usually some of my favorites from the race.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:37 PM   #7107
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Dakar Rally race report- Johnny Campbell:
Stages 4-6
Stage 4:
Nazca-Arequipa
Special 290Kms
Liaison 429kms
Total stage 719Kms
Well Howdy everyone! Sorry I have been out of touch the last 3 days as text
service and email is poor in these parts. I hardly remember one stage to
the next as we are burning up calories and the miles like crazy.

Stage 4:
All I really remember from stage 4 is that we had silt-dunes and beach and
it was a long ass ride. We did have an amazing dune section that dropped of
a sand mountain about 3000' to a rocky wash. It was possibly the gnarliest
thing I have ever experienced next to jumping down the Iquique Dune with
Robby G. At the bottom was rocks and I stopped to help a downed rider. He
was fine but didn't remember me picking him up at the end of the stage!
I had a good get off as well toward the end of that stage, bruising my ribs
but thanks to my awesome Fly Racing chest protector I didn't break
anything. I think I finished like 38th or something disappointing like
that. But I had an amazing time riding incredible terrain. The 400 plus
liaison was long and tiring and scary too! We ran along the Pacific Ocean
with a 1000' drop for miles.

Stage 5:
Hmmm let's see.... Oh yeah we started late and had a short stage from
Arequipa to finally crossing the border to Arica, Chile. Thankfully we had
a late 8am start and a short 136K stage followed by a 275K liaison. This
stage I actually started to feel more like my old self, with some more Baja
style terrain. Posted my best finish to date , 25th for the day.

Stage 6:
Today, went from Arica to Calama. It started with a very early 5am start on
a 400Km liaison- that's 4 hours of Highway riding just to get to the start
line! Yikes! The special was broken into to tests with a another 100km
liaison between. The first part was dunes more dunes and finished with a
fun fast twisty road with berms on the sides. I chased dust seemed like the
whole time, just praying for the wind to be in my favor. The second 110k
portion started with a fast silt run that I could careless if I ever ride
that area again. The last half was really fun, catching an passing riders
an having good solid racing, to finish up at 10,000' elevation. I felt a
little winded up there since we started at sea level that morning.
Finished 24th today. Tomorrow we start a 500 mile stage over the Andes at
15,000' elevation. Heard there is some cold stuff up there.
My Team has been amazing from management down to the Pirelli tire mafia.
They have worked sleepless nights preparing the bikes and I can't thank
them enough.
Love you all,
Adios for now.
Johnny
What a great guy. Modest too!

He is doing very very well so far.
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:39 PM   #7108
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dakar.com stage 6 hidden driver candids

Dakar.com has a bunch of photos for each stage that they're not showing in the main "photos" area; over in the media thread are a bunch more. here's a few for now:


hidden driver photos













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Old 01-10-2013, 07:40 PM   #7109
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Loving the few bits of video we've seen that shows the riders out there after the sun sets. Very inspiring. Wish we had more of it as that's when many of the true Dakar stories unfold.

Cya tomorrow bright and early
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Old 01-10-2013, 07:41 PM   #7110
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I was looking through Dakar 2013 Withdrawals and noticed on the Cars list there were a number of "explusions" and none in any of the other classes, Moto, Quad or Truck.

Any idea what any of the Cars that were expelled from the race did to get booted?
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