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Old 01-08-2013, 05:26 AM   #106
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BREAKING: Robby Gordon rolled his Hummer at KM 29; crew reported safe, unclear if they can continue
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dakar.com stage 3

totally forgot to post this in the main & cliff notes thread last night...


Dakar.com has posted photos from stage 3; everything posted over in the Dakar 2013 Media thread.


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


#11 - RUBEN FARIA (PRT)
#8 - PAL ANDERS ULLEVALSETER (NOR)



#20 - PAULO GONÇALVES (PRT)



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








as always, everything is posted over in the Dakar 2013 Media thread.
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:34 AM   #108
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webventure stage 3/4

webventure.com.br has a few new photos up, a few left over from stage 3, and a few new ones from stage 4. as always, everything posted over in the Dakar 2013 Media thread.



#117 - JOSEFINA GARDULSKI (CHL)



#63 - LAURENT LAZARD (URY)



#168 - LYNDON POSKITT (GBR)



#65 - DAVID PABISKA (CZE) #162 - TIM FORMAN (GBR)



#281 - JUAN CARLOS CARIGNANI (DEU)



#440 - JUSTIN BIRCHALL (GBR) / TOM NEATHWAY (GBR)
#457 - MIGUEL ANGEL ZAMBRABA / EZEQUIEL FRANCISCO QUERALT (ARG)



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





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Redhat got the vidcap!

If you don't watch anything else, watch this: Inmates JCampbell, Don Hatton plus hardcore badass Andy Scott and their horrors in SS3.


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If for some reason you don't want to watch it completely, be sure to watch the last few seconds, I stopped recording just a bit too early

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Latest news from Robby Gordon is he's going again, losing something like 5 hours. He had to wait for the assistance truck to get new radiators.

David Fretigne is out with a massive oil leak.

ADV hero marathon man Manuel Lucchese made the finish, as did Lyndon, who had a fantastic stage.
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:50 AM   #113
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Thx! and thx redhat for hte vid


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Ok peeps, Rod came in 13th today with stage 4. Making him Ranked 17th. I'm so proud and thankful to all your support, without you he wouldn't be having as much fun I reckon. Day 4 and 17th that's pretty awesome....

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So I did some nerding it up by analyzing sector times.

- Our boy shoestring was third quickest between WP5 and WP6.

- Cyril Despres was as high as 7th quickest from WP3 to WP4 and as low as 32nd quickest from WP8 to ASS. Starting 15th tomorrow, he will have some dust to deal with. The dunes are gone and we are moving into stony, dusty, dry track. Interestingly though, this is similar to the WP3 to WP4 section where Cyril was at his best.

- We have to go back to 2009 for a rally where Despres did not win one of the first 4 stages.

- Helder was pretty quick in the sector times towards the tail end of the stage and was quickest from WP8 to ASS by 30 seconds. Barreda dropped way off to 11th quickest.

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And another attempt to match the distances to the WP's (for bikes/quads)


Start @ 8h30 local

WP1 together with CP1 @ 20km
WP2 @ 61km
WP3 @ 97km
WP4 @ 110km
Finish @ 136km

Followed by 274km connection

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From Speedbrain:

Dakar 2013, 4th Stage – Nazca - Arequipa
718 km (449 mile) stage including 289 km special test

Joan Barreda (Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) dominates the fourth stage of the Dakar.

Joan Barreda commanded a particularly hazardous fourth stage of the Dakar, Nazca – Arequipa with 289 km of special test, which covered all types of terrain, and was made difficult by the “fesh-fesh” dust. The Spaniard on the Husqvarna TE449RR by Speedbrain battled his way to an eight minute lead over his nearest rival, and managed to come from behind in the process. This is the second win for Barreda and Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain so far in this Dakar and allows the rider who hails from Castellon to move up to fourth overall place (18th yesterday).

Alessandro Botturi (12th) and Paulo Goncalves (18th) put in fine performances too riding together for the whole of the special, with Botturi in front of the leading group, trying hard to stay out of trouble and avoid mistakes on a route where mistakes and loss of way are highly probable due to such limited visibility.

The consistency of the performance by Jordi Viladoms on a Husqvarna TE449RR by Speedbrain should also be pointed out, who after today’s eighth place, now finds himself fifth in the overall standings hot on the heels of fellow-Husqvarna rider Joan Barreda. Matt Fish made an effort to make up for yesterday’s performance and his twenty-fourth place today moves him up seven places in the overall.

The caravan rolls on tomorrow to Arequipa ad Arica with 411km including 136 km of special test.

Joan Barreda: “I really rode well today. I’m very pleased. I knew it would be a tough one today, so I wanted to push hard. My starting place in twenty-fourth didn’t really favour it especially with the first 20 kms of dust. What’s more, I had the electronic road book broken and I had to move it forward manually throughout the whole stage. I did a perfect stage!”

Alessandro Botturi: ”A really difficult stage where at certain points visibility was zero. I did a good race. I pass the 3 riders in front of me and arrive first at the end of the stage. It turned out well, and now I’m in ninth overall place, and that gives us a bit of breathing room for tomorrow”

Paulo Goncalves: ”What a lot of dust! Even though I got away in second place today, it was still really tough. We opened the stage and was not so easy. I managed to do not make mistake and I follow Alessandro that was leading for mostly of the stage.”

Team Manager Wolfgang Fischer: "Joan today rode a blinder. Really tremendous! He showed just how able he is to navigate especially under these conditions. I really pleased too for all the other team riders who were able to interpret the stage so well.”

Dakar Project Leader Berthold Hauser: “Winning two out of the four stages gives us enormous satisfaction. The riders and the whole team are doing a great job! There’s still a long way to go but we couldn’t have got off to a better start.”


Result of Stage 4:
1. Joan Barreda (ESP, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain),
2. Pain (FRA, Yamaha) 8:23 min behind
3. Casteu (FRA, Yamaha) 10:42,
4. Farres Guell (ESP, Honda) 11:40,
5. Rodrigues (PRT, Honda) 11:43,
12. Alessandro Botturi (ITA, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 15:11,
18. Paulo Goncalves (PRT, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 19:28,
24. Matt Fish (AUS, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 24:00

Overall Standings after four stages:
1. Pain (FRA, Yamaha),
2. Casteu (FRA, Yamaha) 2:24 min behind,
3. Despres (FRA, KTM) 3:09,
4. Joan Barreda (ESP, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 5:38,
5. Viladoms (ESP, Husqvarna) 7:22,
9. Alessandro Botturi (ITA, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 11:44,
21. Paulo Goncalves (PRT, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 24:47,
24. Matt Fish (AUS, Husqvarna Rallye Team by Speedbrain) 35:46


Barreda won the stage turning the roadbook by hand?!! At least he wasnt breaking trail for the first part, but Damn!
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:03 PM   #116
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Juan Pedrero on today:

Today was a hard, came out late from position 42 and have been taking risks to advance positions. Arriving at kilometer 45 I crashed and I was a bit touched. I've been recovering concentration but I had a problem with the radiator and was losing water.

Despite the problem I've moved on but had to go stopping to put water in the radiator due to leak.
We managed to finish a stage and much remains ahead Dakar!! That's what counts.

Still counting! Fully Loaded!


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Verhoeven on today:

Frans Verhoeven is the fourth stage of the Dakar Rally lot of time lost. The Yamaha rider finished today as number 53, just over 51 minutes behind the day's winner Joan Barreda. In the rankings Verhoeven tumbled to 27th place. The difference with Yamaha rider Olivier Pain, now ranking leader, is three quarters.
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It could also be Verhoeven instead of Pain. The two rode together a long time, until the engine Verhoeven stopped. "The start was very good," said Verhoeven, excited. "When the engine stopped, I checked everything. I've taken everything apart, but could not find the cause. Yamaha rider Michael Metge has stopped with me and together we checked everything again. Only when I loose the bottom plate was screwed, I saw that the connector of the fuel pump loose. That allowed us to quickly fix, but I do not know how long I stood still. "
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Of the fourth stage, a 290 km long test between Nazca and Arequipa in southern Peru, had previously said that one of the toughest of the Dakar Rally would be. Not only Verhoeven had a bad day.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:06 PM   #118
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Hello all. Today's stage went a little better. The Dakar is fifteen days of racing with many imponderables and we have to be very calculating in the way we approach. The most important thing is not to make mistakes, especially in navigation. I am pleased to have been able to recover significant in today's stage, and tomorrow I will do everything to further improve my rating
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:57 PM   #119
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Fresh report from Pal Anders Ullevalseter's Facebook-page 10 mins ago:



"- Today was not much better than "tolerably" okay. The others just squeezed away from me and I went down twice in the soft dunes. The three earlier stages, I have had good luck with navigation and everything has gone smoothly. So it was reasonably boring having to ride 420km transport stage after having a bad day at the Special Stage. Those were long miles ...

The bike runs very well and now I am determined to punch in the next few days. I work every meter and hope you will follow for ten days. Anything can happen in Dakar and it will be even more exciting forwards!

Arredondo ( team-mate ) is at 77th place overall and smiling from ear to ear. So now we keep our spirits up and prepare for a slightly shorter leg in the morning!

Thanks to all of you who follow me here on facebook and dakar.no :)"
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Put together a France 4 snippet of good stuff.
Laugh everytime they call Cyril "Le Patron"
The multiple bike shots are superb but the single bike through the open landscape is one to remember.
I didn't put in the JC bit or Andrew Scott as it has been shown already just wish they had synchronised the Mash Theme with the Andrew Scott bit as the "suicide is painless" was probably an option at the time.
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