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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Yes. More than one water crossing was shown like that. Very slick.
Wheelie through puddle for great facebook pic......Oooops.
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Green slime, I'll bet! A shallow layer of slow moving water on the concrete lets algae proliferate. A mate of mine was badly injured crossing a drift like that. We could hardly stand on the surface it was so slippery.....
We have a crossing like that here on Seven Springs Rd. It's claimed a number of riders here, even our more experienced ones.
dang that car has had a hard life ... thing is just begging to let die !!
That car was so beat up they just could have let it go over then get back in it down below
Like walking on ice, you know it's slick but once you start to slip there's nothing that can be done about it.
Belgian Eric Palante has stopped after 132 km due to an ignition problem. He is trying to repair and resume racing
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Where is Laia ???? stuck at wp 8 ? No further postings, anyone know anything? Thanks
On completion of a superb battle with the title holder, Joan Barreda picked up his 4th stage victory on the 2013 edition, 115 ahead of Cyril Despres. In the general standings, the Frenchman took regained command ahead of his team-mate Ruben Faria, who finished the day in 8th place.
As the first to get to grips with the 357 km of the 10th stage, Cyril Despres opened the road all day along the specials tracks, attacking throughout, but avoiding taking major risks on a terrain similar to the type encountered in endurance races, even though it was quick, technically demanding and especially physically tiring. Just behind him on the tracks, Joan Barreda again proved to be the only rider able to compete with the title holders pace. At the end of the day, after a major attack at the end of the special stage, the Spaniard was victorious, 115 ahead of Despres and 244 in front of his team-mate Paulo Gonçalves. The Portuguese rider, hero of the day having repaired the machine of his team-mate Botturi, after the Italian fell, confirmed the speed of the Husqvarna bikes as they put 3 machines in the days top 6.
Or use the shovels to cover it...
However, in the general standings, KTM are dominant because the Austrian brand has taken advantage of Botturis misfortunes to occupy the first 4 places of the top 5! Whats more, the title holder, Cyril Despres, regained the lead of the general standings, 137 ahead of his water carrier Ruben Faria, 8th today, 815 behind the stage winner. Still ready to spring an ambush, Chaleco Lopez remains 3rd, 1341 behind the Frenchman and 440 ahead of Slovakian Ivan Jakes. Lastly, Alessandro Botturi, the leading Husqvarna rider in the general standings, now occupies fifth place, 2425 behind the rally leader and 954 in front of sixth placed Helder Rodrigues, the best placed Honda rider.
In the quad category, Lukasz Laskawiec grabbed a 2nd stage victory, 135 ahead of Ignacio Casale and 323 in front of Rafal Sonik, whilst Marcos Patronelli started to defend his lead in the general standings, making do with the days 6th best time, 616 behind the days winner. In fact, the 2010 winner still sits comfortably in the lead, 1:2747 ahead of Casale and 2:0551 in front of Sonik.
She is in i think.. look for the overal standing for the stage..
I've busted my ass a couple times just like that. It really sucks if your bike doesn't slide through it. You cannot pick up a bike in that stuff.
Does show up here