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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Helder seems to have pulled 2 mins or so between WP 1 & 2 - is he on the move?
Kurt Caselli (USA) #29 is missing on your list. I've filtered country and no go
something about his number showing in parenthesis this morning on the dakar.com (29)
Going like the clappers, just a few secs trailing behind Despres
you are too fast and far ahead for us. Really!
I'm fixing it, they were missing on initial driver list. Or should i say I'm vicksing this?
First rider should be hitting wp3 soon...Joan I am guessing
gonçalves lost some time, sand issues...
Toujours au kilomètre 75, Paulo Gonçalves a laissé également quelques minutes dans un épisode qui semble fort être un ensablement. Le pilote Portugais d'Husqvarna a finalement repris la bonne trace.
Caselli is down to 15th now at wp1. Evidently some fast guys at the back of the pack today.
Barreda @WP3 1st, 4th Casteu @8m12s, 5th Despres @9m48s
Barreda is flying!
Barreda already through wp 3, with the others following
Looks like it was a detour after all
edit: all the bikes are on course now
OK, I assume they got to refuel before the start, So today we see if HRCs 30L tanks are big en ough
Ullevalseter 2nd @7m9s, Faria 3rd @7m40s
He wasn't on the list until waaaay late, drafted to ride Coma's bike when it became obvious that MC's shoulder wasn't yet healed enough.
Agreed the group nav error shuffled the standing, Pal showing a nice wp3 checkin.
yep and look what has happened to Despres!
with barreda 3rd on the road at the moment and 31 seconds off lopez will he try take the lead now or wait until further into the stage.....
Getting beaten up by Huskies!
if helder took the right track he should go up quite a few places at wp3, despres lost 7 min btw wp2, wp3
A pack of 5 riders are now in front, riding within one minute.