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Old 01-04-2014, 04:51 PM   #61
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5th stage today

Guillaume Martens is coming back, gaining positions and moving through the pack. He finished a respectable 6th on this stage

Thomas (Schattat Sr.) dropped a bit, finished the stage 18th, and Julia 21st.

In the General standings, Guillaume is 20th, he gained one position, Julia is 21st (also gained one pos) and Thomas is 14th (he dropped one, but I am sure he will get it back ! )


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Old 01-05-2014, 03:38 AM   #62
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NEWSLETTER RALLYE SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE
Saterday January 4th 2014
STAGE N° 5: AS SAKN / DAKHLA: 782km
SPECIALE STAGE: AS SAKN / TAPIS N°5: 204km
LIAISON: TAPIS N°5 / DAKHLA: 578km


Even if the town of As Sakn isn’t that close to the Atlantic Ocean, a thick fog was present on the bivouac of Saturday January 4th 2014. The result of this weather issue obliged René METGE to postpone the start of the stage 45 minutes later. But even with that slight time lag the 204km stage and the long liaison to Dakhla went perfectly well!
Car: Perfect stage for SCHLESSER

This last Moroccan stage was more difficult than the others. The recipe was simply to take good care of navigation and push hard on the southern Moroccan tracks, which were quite quick. That’s exactly what Jean Louis SCHLESSER applied : “ Today I decided to go quicker to test my co driver! Of course, I’m joking, because his qualities have been proven. No problems at all on the Buggy and Thierry did an excellent navigating job. All is going as planned before the start of Mauritania, that’s a whole other story! ”

Actually, the five time winner of the event did do any errors at all while his opponents of the day all had puncture issues. Jackie LOOMANS arrived 12’49 behind and Jean Antoine SABATIER and his BUGGA ONE passed the line, which 20’03 behind the stage winner.


Michel TURON BARRERE had some navigation problems which made him lose 19’02 whilst Balazs SZALAYS was only 6’01 behind.

Due to these problems, other drivers managed to do a good stage like for example Khanat SHAGIROV, 5th of the day at 13’20, Stephane HENRARD 6th at 15’15 or even Yuriy SAZONOV in 7th position at 15’18 on his H3 Hummer.


In the general standings, SCHLESSER is nearly 40 minutes ahead of LOOMANS which is resisting at the wheel of his Hilux TOYOTA, followed by the two Buggies of SABATIER, 3rd at 57’17 and Michel TURON BARRERE 4th at 01:02’.
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Truck: Elisabete JANCINTO continues her ascension

After yesterday’s win in the trucks ca tegory, JACINTO won her second consecutive stage. The portugese at the wheel of her MAN took back as much time as she could on Tomas TOMECEK and his TATRA which should be way quicker in the Mauritanian dunes. The Czech driver, 9th overall, is only 13’57 ahead of JACINTO, which did her top 10 entry on today’s stage. Right behind, Niklos KOVACS at the wheel of his SCANIA didn’t managed to take avantage of his start in front of his opponents, he even got distanced by the Belgian Noel ESSERS and his MAN, starting to like podium finishes.

Bike: First stage win for Dominique ROBIN

“I decided to push harder today after yesterday stage, which was good in terms of navigation but not quick enough. I caught up Nobert quickly as he did a mistake, after that I pushed hard and took few risks, my trip was showing 178km/h top speed, which is a bit dangerous so early in the morning, but it was necessary and it worked”
Those were the words of DUBOIS at the end of the stage finishing in front of PISANO just like the day before.


PISANO finishes 2nd at 2’02: _ “I tried to take care of my engine on this short quick stage, too quick for my 450 HONDA. If I would have gone faster I wouldn’t be here. I will have to manage this fact in front of my opponents whoich have 690 KTMs, which are way quicker and which better on high speeds. I love the challenge, and if it works, it will have even more value !”_

Nobert DUBOIS is 3rd of the day at 4’09, just in front of the Moroccan biker, Harite GABARI at 4’22 on his 450 YAMAHA, being very careful.
For the rest of the TOP 10, we find the Belgian BACKX in 5th position, just in front of Guillaume MARTENS which came back into the game on today’s stage having mechanical issues during two days on his KTM. The 7th place is for Joris VAN DYCK learning quite quickly, whereas Willy JOBARD and his hybrid ZONGSHEN is getting better and better in 8th position in front of LENOBLE’s YAMAHA, equipped with solar cells. The Italian biker Alessandro BARBERO is 10th. Few words concerning Julia SCHRENK, the rally queen, which is the only girl in the bike category. After two days of problems, including one night in the desert, the beautiful Austrian managed to finish today’s stage.


Just before entering the second part of the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE, PISANO still leads, 7’23 in front of Dominique ROBIN and 31’50 in front of DUBOIS. This Mauritanian week is going to be very interesting.

Tomorrow, for the resting day, the participants will get the opportunity to rest correctly, on the Bivouac close to Dakhla, situated on the Atlantic Ocean Shore.

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Old 01-05-2014, 07:21 AM   #64
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Carlton Kirby's coverage on Eurosport summed it up nicely when there was a stunning view of the stage, saying just one thing... "Africa....".

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Old 01-07-2014, 05:11 AM   #65
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NEWSLETTER RALLYE SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE
Lundi 6 janvier 2014
STAGE N° 6: DAKHLA / CHAMI: 611km
LIAISON: DAKHLA / BOULANOUAR: 427km
SPECIAL STAGE: BOULANOUAR / CHAMI: 174km
LIAISON: CHAMI / BIVOUAC: 10km

TIME FOR MAURITANIA


Today, Monday 6th of January was a long liaison of 380 km to join the border between Mauritania and Morocco for the participants of the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE. A passage through the Mauritanian Customs, getting more and more modern and well organised really helped out in terms of timing.
The competition continued through a stage of 174km, which was quick in general but also with some important navigation portions. Some of the main characters in Auto and Bike category fell in the trap.


Bike: THEURETZBACHER wins his second stage of the Race.
Already victorious on the 3rd stage between Foum Zguid and Assa, where navigation was very important, Robert THEURETZBACHER confirmed today he was a good navigator and a fast biker as well. Indeed, the Austrian biker won today’s stage 1’21 in front of PISANO even though he started behing the Corsican biker.

PISANO was also very quick, leaving Harite GABARI 3rd at 5’41 and showing his qualities. “ I wanted to show to my opponent I can navigate and be quick as well. I’m now gonna go to the bivouac to get ready and continue this way tomorrow”

A comment which was off camera. Pressure is now getting bigger and bigger between the HONDA 450 biker and his direct opponents riding on KTMs 690, Dominique DUBOIS, 5th at 7’07 and Nobert DUBOIS at 9’11 after having done an error on track. A word concerning the two brothers in law from Belgium, Joris VAN DYCK and Gwen BACKX which continue to impress and finish 4th and 7th on their KTMs. Concerning Julia SCHRENK, the Rally QUEEN, the resting day was very good for her as she finished 18th in front of few bikers for her first rally.
In the general rankings, before the big battle in the dunes starting Tuesday from Chami to Akjoujt, PISANO is 13’09 in front of Dominique ROBIN and 39’40 on Nobert DUBOIS which should start to worry with menacing Joris VAN DYCK at 2’44.


In the general rankings, before the big battle in the dunes starting Tuesday from Chami to Akjoujt, PISANO is 13’09 in front of Dominique ROBIN and 39’40 on Nobert DUBOIS which should start to worry with menacing Joris VAN DYCK at 2’44.
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Old 01-07-2014, 05:12 AM   #66
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Car: 3rd Victory for SABATIER !
Quick stage equals Buggy victory. Except it wasn’t Jean Louis SCHLESSER, awaited by everyone, but Jean Antoine SABATIER on his Bugga One in front of Balazs SZALAY and his Opel V8 prototype at 2’34.An impressive performance which gives the opportunity to the Frenchman to get closer to the 2nd place, occupied by Jackie LOOMANS. The Belgian lost precious minutes in a navigating error. SCHLESSER ended the stage on 4th position.

The outsiders took advantage of this situation. Indeed, the Hummers of Yuriy SAZONOV and Kanat SHAGIROV finished 3rd and 7th, whereas Stephane HENRARD and Frederique PITOUT ended the 174km long stage 5th and 9th. Michel TURON BARRERE ends on the 10th places on his Predator BUGGY. In the rigid axles category, victory is for Geatan GE on his BOWLER Wildcat, whereas Philippe THIOLAT wins the T2 category.



In the general rankings, and before demanding Mauritanian sandy stages, Jean Louis SCHLESSER leads by 49’20 in front of Jean Antoine SABATIER and 52’19 in front of Jackie LOOMANS. But be aware, things can change very quickly in any direction.

Truck: TOMECEK aboard of his TATRA EXPRESS
Finishing 10th scratch of the day aboard of his TATRA TRUCK, Tomas TOMECEK wanted to show he is also present on quick stages. Result of today’s stage was that the Czech finished 8’14 in front of Portugese Elisabete JACINTO at the wheel of her MAN. Noel ESSERS and MAN truck is on the podium once again at 13’53 from the TATRA. This wont be easy for the Portugese, but we all know that in the dunes, anything can happen.

The Struggler of the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE
Thomas SCHATTAT has been participating to the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE since the first edition in 2009, with his 450 YAMAHA. What makes the difference with other is that the 50 year old engineer has no assistance at all and the only things he takes over on the rally is carried by the organization truck. He spent all day yesterday checking up his bike. Ending 12th of today’s stage, he unfortunately broke his engine during the liaison to Chami. But luckily, the legendary mutual aid on off road rallies helped him out. Indeed Elite Racing gave him a spare engine for him to finished the race. After having 10 hours on the bike of which 4 hours to change the 450cc engine, Thomas SCHATTAT will take the start tomorrow next to Julia SCHRENK, with who he’ll stay next to in the Mauritanian dunes.



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Old 01-07-2014, 05:29 AM   #67
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Thomas Schattat?

This from Twitter...
Africa Eco Race@Africaecorace 3h Aujourd'hui spéciale de 466 km entre Chami et Amsaga 20 motos parties ,l'allemand Schattat #104 non partant


Does this mean he is out??
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VERY HAPPY FOR THOMAS SCHATTAT!!! HE COULD STILL RACE WITH A SPARE ENGINE.
gO ON, MY FRIEND, AND GO TO THE PINK LAKE, AS WE DO TOGHETER IN THE FIRST EDITION 2009!!! CHEERS Thomas!
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Old 01-07-2014, 09:35 AM   #69
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Yesterday after the special, my dads Yammy broke down on the liaison. Julia was kind enough to sacrifice her spare engine, and from what you can see on the photo, he spent all night installing it, but it seems as though it wouldn't start. I didn't get to talk with him today, but I hear it sill isn't working and he will give it another mechincal shot tomorrow!
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NEWSLETTER RALLYE SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE
Tuesday January 7th 2014
STAGE N° 7: CHAMI / AKJOUJT: 534km
SPECIAL STAGE: CHAMI / AMSAGA: 466km
LIAISON: AMSAGA / AKJOUJT: 68km

THE SAND BATTLE HAS STARTED


The big battle in the Mauritanian dunes will happen in three actions. It started today with a stage from Chami to Akjoujt, will continue tomorrow in a loop stage Akjoujt/Akjoujt and will end up Thursday with a stage from Akjoujt to Toueilla. A harsh battle for the leaders of the rankings to keep their places. Its actually what has happen so far and its not over yet!

Bike: PISANO is still the boss
It’s the first time for Michael PISANO, leading in the bike category, that he puts the wheels of his 45O HONDA in the Mauritanian desert. A true handicap in front of his opponents which are Dominique ROBIN and Nobert DUBOIS, way more experienced as they have been racing onto African tracks since over 10 years. But the Corsican is very smart, as he asked advises to the very experienced Thierry MAGNALDI of how to approach the Mauritanian dunes. Apparently, MAGNALDI’s hints have paid as PISANO won today’s stage ding barely any errors, increasing the gap by 15’56 on Dominique ROBIN.

Dominique ROBIN, 2nd today : “I had a monotone day. I crossed the dunes portions without having too much difficulties and didn’t really take risks on the quick portions. PISANO was very good today. Tomorrow I’ll have to be quicker and its not going to be that easy.”

A nice performance from the italian Alessandro BARBERO on his KTM which suffered a bit yesterday. He ends the day 3rd, 33’56 behind today’s winner, putting him 3 places higher in the general rankings.

Good day as well for Willy JOBARD and his hybrid 450 ZONGSHEN which appears to be very reliable, ending the stage in 4th position in front of Joris VAN DYCK, always efficient since the beginning.

On the other hand, Norbert DUBOIS didn’t have an easy day and he is seeing the podium slowly running away, ending only 6th of the day at 39’28. He has 10 seconds left in front of VAN DYCK in the general ranks of the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE.
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Car: SCHLESSER passes, SABATIER stumbles!

Even if on two wheels the rankings havent changed that much, its a whole other story in Auto as Jean Antoine SABATIER, the only one capable to scare Jean Louis SCHLESSER, has seen his chances of winning completely wrecked after having been blocked during 3 hours in a huge camel grass, where SCHLESSER had lost 20 minutes just before. The difference between the two two wheel drive buggies is that Jean Louis SCHLESSER didn’t hit he camel frontally as SABATIER did. As a result, SABATIER had to release his Bugga ONE shovelling during 3 hours.

The other big loser of the day was Balazs SZALAY ended over one and a half hour behind due to engine issues on his OPEL MOKKA V8 losing podium chances, just like Yuriy SAZONOV and his HUMMER ending over 2 hours behind SCHLESSER.

For Jackie LOOMANS all went well as he ends the day in 4th position at 30’17. He even towed Stephane HENRARD, who ran out of gas just 6 km away from the end of the stage. A superb performance from Yves and Jean FROMONT, 2nd on today’s stage at 4’02 at the wheel of their VW Tarek.


A superb performance from Yves and Jean FROMONT, 2nd on today’s stage at 4’02 at the wheel of their VW Tarek.


In the general rankings, the podium is slowly showing up with Jean Louis SCHLESSER, in front of Jackie LOOMANS at 1h19’37 and Michel TURON BARRERE at 2h36’13. Today’s stage proved to everyone that everything can change very quickly.

Truck: TOMECEK is untouchable!
Today’s impressive performance was done by Tomas TOMECEK at the wheel of his TATRA truck. The Czech started today’s stage 11th to end up 3rd only 22’38 behind Jean Louis SCHLESSER. A habit for the two times winner of the event, being over 30 minutes in front of his opponents. Noel ESSERS is constantly improving, 2nd of the day with nearly 13 minutes in front of Elisabete JACINTO which keeps her second place on the podium for the moment in front of Nikos KOVACS and his yellow SCANIA renamed the “Yellow Submarine” after having been stucked a lot in the sand.

The 8th stage is composed of a 337km loop around Akjoujt. The stage will not be that easy but the beautiful landscape and scenery should help the participants to get over their difficulties.

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NEWSLETTER RALLYE SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE
WEDNESDAY 8TH OF JANUARY
STAGE 8: AKJOUJT / AKJOUJT: 421km
LIAISON: AKJOUJT / HASSI TIZIGUI: 84km
STAGE: HASSI TIZIGUI / AKJOUJT: 337km

CAPE WAS THE KEY WORD


During the breifing of the 8th stage, René METGE insisted on the fact to take the right capes during the whole day.
Some participants applied the hints of the sporting director of the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE, the others who didn’t are still in the dunes.
Here are some words of René METGE concerning this stressful sandy stage in Mauritania :
« I had announced this stage has a harsh one and I insisted on the importance of the capes. In reality, what I expected difficult was quite easy and what I thought would be easy became very difficult. The biggest issue came after CP 3. The participants had to go on a 11° capes and instead they went straight into a very difficult dune field. Some continued during 5km before noticing their error. I then decided to stop the helicopter to show them the way myself. Some managed to get back on the right track, others damaged their clutch and stayed stuck during a long moment and didn’t get back before a long time. As a matter of a fact, the ranks might have several changes.”
Actually it should be the case as at 20:00 local time, 14 cars/trucks and 4 bikes were still not at the bivouac, where the finish was.


Car: 4th stage for SABATIER
One of those who took advantage of the situation, to get back on the front of the scene, even though he got blocked in the sand, is Jean Antoine SABATIER as he won his 4th stage on the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE.

The frenchman won the stage 1’42 in front of Stephane HENRARD which was not really happy at the arrival of today’s stage : « During most of the day we were behind Jean Louis SCHLESSER and we even got very close to him. We didn’t face any navigation or mechanical problems. When Jean Louis got stuck we finally managed to pass and after that I tried to manage fuel as much as I could to not face the same problem as yesterday concerning fuel. I even thought we were in front. Being too careful was a strategy error and I figured it out when I saw SABATIER arriving, and which started 7 minutes behind us. I’m disappointed to finish second once again. I’m still going to do my very best to win a stage until the end of the race”.

The 3rd place of the day was for Jacky LOOMANS, which once again helped a participant, Yves FROMONT who was stuck. .

He ends the day at the wheel of his Toyota HILUX about 10 minutes in front of Jean Louis SCHLESSER, who lost some time in the sand but not only, the big part of the problem came from the SONANGOL BUGGY itself, one of his hydraulic cylinder blocked in low position.

5th position was for Gintas PETRUS from Lituania and his desert warrior but the most surprising was the 6th position of Mathieu SERRADORI and his little Predator BUGGY, participating to his 2nd rally only.


The big loss of the day started with Balazs SZALAY, which had to abandon due to an engine problem. Michel TURON BARRERE was second of the list due to a hydraulic cylinder issue as well and which made him lose 3 hours. Gilles FLORIN went into the wrong dune field and broke his clutch and also Kanat SHAGIROV from Kazakhstan who is still out in the wild.
In the general rankings, Jean Louis SCHLESSER and Thierry MAGNALDI are still leading with 1h10’02 in front of LOOMANS’s Toyota and 2h42’53 in front of HENRARD and BARBIER, also leading the Open category.


Trucks: Nice performance from KOVACS

After yesterday’s issues due to sand, Niklos KOVACS from hungary started 4th in the truck category. Even with a smaller top speed on his SCANIA ( 120km/h whereas the other climb up to 150km/h ) the navigation was perfectly managed by Peter CZEGLEDI, KOVACS ends 3rd of the day overall, only 15’45 behind SABATIER. I arrived 20 minutes in front of Tomas TOMECEK’s TATRA and took back 59’59 from JACINTO and her MAN truck. 4th yesterday, the Hungarian is now 2nd just behind TOMECEK 5th of the day.

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Bikes : THEURETZBACHER loves the sand

One thing is sure, the SONANGOL AFRICA ECO RACE reveals more and more talents like the Austrian Robert THEURETZBACHER winning his 3rd stage, but also Gwen BACKX 2nd at 7’17 and Joris VAN DYCK, 3rd at 12’57, both from belgium. Behind this trio, Harite GABARI which was injured on the 3rd stage finishes 4th at 14’14 right in front of Michael PISANO at 20’25. Dominique ROBIN gets 13 minutes back of his Corsican rival and Nobert DUBOIS loses all chances to be on the podium ending at 2h18’08 from the first bikes of the day. In the general rankings PISANO stays 1st, 42’27 in front of ROBIN and 1h11’50 on Joris VAN DYCK.

The 9th stage of 309km of which 289km of selective sector between Akjoujt and Toueila will be the last episode of the Mauritanian sand battles. We should have once again some surprises!

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Thanks for the updates.

Have to admit I'm actually enjoying the Africa ECO Race coverage on Eurosport more than the S/A ASO Dakar - anyone else the same?
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