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Old 01-17-2013, 03:09 AM   #436
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If my pre-start observations were right this should be actual ranking of rookies.
Pos Name Make Time Variation Penalty
1 001 - DESPRES Cyril (FRA) KTM 33h48m29s +00:00:00 +00:15:00

15 040 - VAN NIEKERK Riaan (ZAF) KTM 59h24m29s +01:36:00 --:--:--
18 092 - ISRAEL ESQUERRE Jeremías (CHL) HONDA 59h52m39s +02:04:10 +00:27:00
19 057 - GRABHAM Ben (AUS) KTM 60h04m14s +02:15:45 +00:15:00
21 034 - METGE Michael (FRA) YAMAHA 60h31m52s +02:43:23 --:--:--
33 029 - CASELLI Kurt (USA) KTM 85h45m03s +03:56:34 +03:20:00
36 162 - FORMAN Tim (GBR) KTM 86h12m15s +04:23:46 --:--:--
41 156 - SMITH Todd (AUS) HONDA 134h45m51s +04:57:22 +00:15:00
42 087 - SOUVIGNET Romain (FRA) YAMAHA 134h48m30s +05:00:01 +00:15:00
43 103 - PATRAO Mario (PRT) SUZUKI 135h13m20s +05:24:51 +01:00:00
44 077 - CARDONA VAGNONI Nicolás Alberto (VEN) YAMAHA 135h15m13s +05:26:44 --:--:--
48 119 - DESPONTIN Mikael (BEL) KTM 136h17m55s +06:29:26 --:--:--
49 147 - VAN PELT Robert (NLD) HONDA 136h21m13s +06:32:44 +00:10:00
52 168 - POSKITT Lyndon (GBR) KTM 136h33m50s +06:45:21 --:--:--
59 089 - CUMMINGS Brett (ZAF) HONDA 137h23m25s +07:34:56 +00:15:00
60 083 - VAN GINKEL Alexander (NLD) KTM 137h30m56s +07:42:27 --:--:--
61 146 - MARTENS Sjaak (NLD) KTM 137h31m25s +07:42:56 --:--:--
66 196 - VILLARRUBIA Julián (ESP) YAMAHA 162h13m21s +08:24:52 +00:15:00
67 137 - BUSQUETS Alex (ESP) HUSQVARNA 162h29m39s +08:41:10 --:--:--
68 154 - BEAULÉ Patrick (CAN) KTM 162h30m30s +08:42:01 +00:30:00
73 159 - AGUILAR Jorge (SLV) KTM 163h03m06s +09:14:37 --:--:--
76 116 - BORRELL GONZALEZ José Israel (ESP) KTM 163h36m20s +09:47:51 +00:45:00
81 164 - HIRIGOYEN ANDR (FRA) KTM 164h06m05s +10:17:36 --:--:--
83 078 - ERASO ANGLADE Rafael Ernesto (VEN) YAMAHA 164h26m24s +10:37:55 --:--:--
88 167 - ORTIZ JUAN CRUZ (ARG) YAMAHA 164h55m42s +11:07:13 +00:15:00
94 184 - MORENO KRISTIANSEN MATEO (COL) KTM 166h36m56s +12:48:27 +00:30:00
96 153 - MAURI Fabio (ITA) YAMAHA 191h12m42s +13:24:13 +00:07:00
99 195 - ZUMARAN César (CHL) YAMAHA 191h35m20s +13:46:51 +00:31:00
102 190 - SARMIENTO JUAN ESTEBAN (COL) HONDA 195h04m05s +17:15:36 +00:15:00
105 189 - SALDARRIAGA Marco Antonio (COL) KTM 196h17m11s +18:28:42 +00:31:00
106 155 - ECHEVERRI MEJIA Juan Esteban (COL) YAMAHA 197h55m57s +20:07:28 +01:45:00
107 039 - FISH MATT (AUS) HUQSVARNA 202h47m10s +24:58:41 +09:15:00
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Old 01-17-2013, 05:28 AM   #437
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At 4.15 AM local time, the starting time for the first biker, yesterday's winner Kurt Caselli led out the cortege along the ling stage via Paso San Francisco to return to Chile. 130 bikes have been authorised to start today. After a 392-km link stage, the bikes will tackle a 319-km special finishing in the valley of Copiapo.

With race number 40 on his bib, Riaan Van Niekerk is 13th, among the names that have resonated at the forefront of the Dakar over the last few days. He has been discrete, and the secret of his position is his consistency. He is one of the leading names on the South African endurance circuit, but his first Dakar could prove to be exceptional. The experience of Australian Rodney Faggotter is not much more extensive, but he also features in a very respectable 15th place, ahead of Jeremias Israel Esquerre and Ben Grabham, two men who have shone, to varying degrees, on the Dakar 2013.

After twentieth place, the battle is more intense. Frenchman Michael Metge currently holds this much sought after position, but behind him 10 competitors are grouped within an interval of less than an hour. In this commando, the most threatening rivals are Darryl Curtis, Stefan Svitko or Pablo Rodriguez. Joan Barreda is also part of this group, whose rear is brought up by Americain Kurt Caselli, the winner of yesterday's stage. Alain Duclos, the leading Sherco rider, and Marc Guasch, Gas-Gas team leader, also feature in this group.

There are riders, in the majority, who are taking part in the colours of KTM, Honda or Yamaha... And then there are the others, whose steeds, less common in the bivouac, attract attention. In 37th, Portugal's Mario Patrao is one of them. With his Suzuki RMZ 450 Rally, he looks like he will finish the Dakar on his very first participation: the finish is not far now... This is also what Swedish rider Thomas Berglund must be saying, on his very rare Husaberg. However, he will be frustrated at the finish, since he rubbed shoulders with the top 20 in 2007 and 2010....
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:00 AM   #438
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:10 AM   #439
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The Husqvarna team's Spanish rider leads a group of riders by a short distance. Following him are Kurt Caselli, 19" behind, Cyril Despres, 27" behind and Juan Pedrero Garcia, 31" behind. There have not been any major developments so far by this point, at only a tenth of the stage's total distance
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American Johnny Campbell stopped for several minutes on the special just before the 25-km point, but has just started off again.
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005 - Still Barreda after 91 km

The Spaniard's lead has swollen to 1'17" over Francisco Lopez. Juan Pedrero Garcia is only 1'26" behind Barreda, whilst Cyril Despres trails the Spanish rider by 1'46". Portugals Paulo Gonçalves is in fourth and American Kurt Caselli is in fifth, respectively 4'13" and 4'23" behind the stage leader.

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09:33 - bike

Faria and Pain stick their oars in

Portugal's Ruben Faria has slipped into fourth place in the provisional positions on the special, 1'34" behind the leader. Olivier Pain lies in sixth place, 2'15" behind Barreda. Ivan Jakes (2'21” behind the stage leader) and Alessandro Botturi (2'23" behind the stage leader) occupy 7th and 8th place respectively.
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09:49 - bike

005 - Barreda gains more seconds after 140 km

Just before the half-way point, Joan Barreda leads the bikers, having taken advantage of a starting position slightly down the order. He boasts a lead of 2'28" over Francisco Lopez, 3'47" over Juan Pedrero Garcia and 5'25" over Cyril Despres. At present, Kurt Caselli has lost 9'19" to the stage leader, having opened the road on the first portions of the special. He has been caught by the stage leaders and they are now riding together
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At CP2 after 169 km, there is a refuelling point for the bikers. In the literal and metaphorical sense, Joan Barreda is therefore full on... He leads the special by 2'42" over "Chaleco" Lopez, and is distancing his pursuers as the stage goes on. In third, 4'36" behind, Juan Pedrero Garcia is less comfortable, with Ruben Faria in his wake (4'44” behind the leader). Ivan Jakes is fifth and Cyril Despres is sixth, respectively 5'58" and 6'25" behind the stage leader.
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Ruben Faria is now in front, leading Francisco Lopez by 9", Frans Verhoeven by 23" and Juan Pedrero Garcia by 5'13". Alain Duclos is in fifth, 2'33" behind the stage leader and 17" ahead of Ivan Jakes. Following his navigation problems, Joan Barreda is in eighth place.
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Cyril losing time today from 2nd Faria, who at +7.27 poses no threat whatsoever to his boss. Chaleco however is moving up big time, currently at +13.51 off the lead, while escaping from the claws of Jakes so far, putting 8 minutes between them in the overall. Likewise Jakes is slipping away from Botturi who started the day -and remains- 5th overall. However, 6th overall Pedrero (hey, remember him?) has been steadily advancing and now sits less than nine . behind the Italian giant.

Can Botturi retain 5th? will Chaleco remain on the podium? This Dakar still has a few surprises I think
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The Portuguese rider is still in the lead and Frenchman Alain Duclos is speeding along on his Sherco since he now lies in third place behind Przygonski, 1'52" behind the stage leader and 11 seconds behind the Polish rider. Behind them, Joan Barreda and Francisco Lopez are respectively 2'16" and 3'36" off the lead. The position of Frans Verhoeven is still unknown, but should be available in a few minutes.

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Frans Verhoeven has won the special, beating Ruben Faria by 1'38" and Joan Barreda by 3'01". Alain Duclos picks up a noteworthy fourth place, 3'17" behind the Dutchman. Four different constructors occupy the first four places: Yamaha, KTM, Huskvarna and Sherco. Fifth place has been taken by "Chaleco", 4'47" off the lead. Cyril Despres loses 9'15" to the day's winner and5 minutes to Faria and Chaleco in the general standings.
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The order remains unchanged for the top 4, but however, Hélder Rodrigues, 3'35" off the lead, has landed fifth place for Honda (making it 5 different constructors in the first five places!). Kuba Przygonsky finishes in sixth, 4'07" behind the stage leader.
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It’s not just the navigation that is new for me at the Dakar. At this race you are on the bike so much because of the long liaison sections before and after each stage. At the Dakar you’re on the bike all day and your butt gets very sore. There’s nothing easy about the Dakar, in terms of mental fatigue I have done anything like this before.
And there it is. My feeling is that the true challenge of Dakar is not any single part, it is the totality of it. It is needing to focus for hours and hours each day, not only on the hard parts (which is easy) but also on the easy parts (which is hard).

At this point in the race, minor repetitive stress injuries are stacking up. Fingers refuse to function, wrists feels like hell, butts hurt for the unlucky who don't know James Renazco. If you allow your mind to wander to these issues, whether they are minor or major, you are at risk every foot you cover.

The advantage is that by this point, you are used to the schedule and the functions of the race. You know where you need to be and when you need to be there. You know people to smile and say hello to and wish good luck everywhere you go. A lot of mental energy that was absorbed in the early days figuring this stuff out, is no longer needed.

The last few days are not a gimme. As Sandi said, it ain't over till it's over. No one would call the Baja 500 a short race, at this point, there is still most of the distance of that race left to run in special. A lot can and will happen.

One last major point: GO PYNDON!
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