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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
And if they dont struggle CD is in pretty big trobule, as it looks now
Nice setup you have there Ric!
Southern hemisphere. Topsy turvy land
I thought that as well in the beginning, but the alti profile of todays stage doesn't have that much variation, all within 500m of altitude.
If it's pertaining to tomorrow, I;m pretty sure he could rejet at the marathon bivvy
This assumes that the other riders are incompetent in changing mapping/carb settings/parts
It will not be the best assumption from a champion. losing 10 minutes in less then half the stage is way too much to risk for this might be.
The question is why caselli got the green light to go so fast and leave him behind.
Despres is just taking it easy, all the way to second place.
Cant believe the water carriers are doing what they're doing - awesome
I tell you its not easy riding up there. Not at all.
Nearly 10 mins behind in the overall and 8 min for this stage so far:eek1 I was thinking he might just be pacing himself....but not any more.
He misderstands French?
Back to Spain.
You can see him here:
In happier news, it looks that Matt Fish has taken his start today.
+9.00 at wp3...to sounds to much???
Caselli is in the AMV Ktm team, the question should be why Faria did the same
+1 Just dont look at the road book for too long!!
is his bike carbed or fuel-injected?
Or maybe he has some secret special meds to fight altitude effects...?
BRILLIANT!!! He must be bushed.
Go Matt GO!!!