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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Lyndon recorded as 15th in at WP9; 27:18 down on Cyril.
Remind you of anyone?
Is France 4 on today? Time?
In 15 minutes....I think.
Awesome!!!!! I ain't accomplishing shit at work this morning, that's for sure!
Casteau seems like a great guy to sit down and have a beer with, friendly, genuine....DP, not so much.
and less than 4 minutes slower than Casteau.
It's the bandana. I'm telling you, that shit's important, man.
maybe a chardonnay. I would do it, though.
That'll change as other riders come through.
France4 just flashed that dakar is up after the commercial break.
It seems easy to forget that the "big guns" all came up through the ranks.. and are living the dream. Respect.
Don'y forget Eurosport live coverage on in 45 as well so bit of a clash today.
Yep. Should have said, "15th through", not "in". Still, he's running in the top 40 today so should improve overall.
I'll stick with fr4. Better coverage so far.
I'll stick to F4 inspite of not being able to understand anything they say !!!
this link doesn't work here, I'm on mac. there was a rtsp something link that should be fine, anyone knows it?
In 2007 and 2008 I raced 3 desert rallies against CDP, I use that term loosely as he was obviously at the other, sharper end of the peleton. Each night in the bivvy he would queue up in line for dinner like everyone else, freely chat with anyone who engaged him in conversation and be approachable to all!
On a number of stages with multiple loops it was a pleasure to see him pass me by, dueling with Coma and it is awesome to experience the speed and grace at which these professional sportsmen go about their day job.
What is also clearly obvious when you actually put yourself in to the arena instead of commenting from behind a keyboard is how terrifying riding at speed is in the desert! I have the utmost respect for these guys and how they feed their families and if you were to witness them at full chat, 170kms over rocky ground then you may not be so quick to judge them when they are in their 'zone'.
A lot rests in their hands at the DSS, not least their life and livelyhood.
Let's be thankful we still have true heroes in this sanitised world!
Go Cyril! And get well soon Marc!