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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
This is great! They even did photo shoot.
Liefhebber no longer DQ-ed...
Hans Jos had a technical issue (chain wrapped around the sprockect) which he couldnt fix. As he was slightly off track no other riders passed by which could assist. He called home and got in touch with the organisation and Hans Jos said he would walk back to the bivvy to collect tools. This wasnt allowed as you have to stay with the bike. Some organisers came round with some tools and after 4 hours his bike was fixed (had to remove the engine to clear the chain).
By this time the stage was neutralised and he couldnt continue on track, so he headed to the next bivvy on tarmac.
The ASO honoured his appeal and he is back in.
I believe my list of first-timers is complete, though might be I missed someone or put someone who shouldn't be there.
29 Kurt Caselli
34 Michael Metge
39 Matt Fish
40 Riaan van Niekerk
57 Ben Grabham
61 Xavier Moreau
75 Troy O'Connor
77 Nicolas Alberto Cardona Vagnoni
78 Rafael Ernesto Eraso Anglade
79 Gustavo Adolfo Querales Malave
83 Alexander van Ginkel
85 Frederic Belloc
87 Romain Souvignet
89 Brett Cummings
92 Jeremias Israel Esquerre
95 Axel Heilenkotter
97 Michel Pythoud
102 David Gregory Reeve
103 Mario Patrao
106 Thomas Bourgin
110 Donald Hatton
111 Antonio Valero Ramos
116 Jose Israel Borrell Gonzalez
117 Josefina Gardulski
119 Mikael Despontin
128 Sten Knuiman
133 Jorge Villagra
137 Alex Busquets
140 Erick Meier von Schierenbeck
141 Patrice Massador
145 Mariano Kazmierski
146 Sjaak Martens
147 Robert van Pelt
153 Fabio Mauri
154 Patrick Beaulé
155 Juan Esteban Echeverri Meija
156 Todd Smith
159 Jorge Aguilar
160 Patrice Cabrera
161 Bruno Chichizola
162 Tim Forman
163 Martinus Huigevoort
164 Andre Hirigoyen
165 Yamir Ortiz
166 Federico Joaquin Judez Rivas
167 Juan Cruz Ortis
168 Lyndon Poskitt
170 Stefano Rampolla
171 Lorenzo Napodano
172 Luca Viglio
173 Juan Sebastian Toro
174 Lkhamaa Namchin
175 Boldbaatar Damdinkhorloo
176 Paul Jay
177 Luis Fernando Jaramillo Botero
178 Jan-Wouter Offringa
179 Jan Bastiaan Nijen Twilhaar
182 Paolo Sabbatucci
183 Pablo Quintanilla
184 Mateo Moreno Kristiansen
185 Herve Thierry
186 Kevin Muggleton
187 Leon Munsters
188 Ariel Ciampi
189 Marco Antonio Saldarriaga
190 Juan Esteban Sarmiento
191 Caspar Schellekens
193 Caspar van Heertum
194 Gilles Vanderweyen
195 César Zumarán
196 Julian Villarrubia
Thanks guys, I updated the list.
I was glad to see him appear on the stage and overall results. He's doing a great job, go go Hans Jos!!
Quote from: buzzlightyear on Today at 12:15:52 PM
Rookies list at end of s 11: http://trackingdakar.nl/index.php?list=19&stage=11
NICE ONE buzzlightyear . am going to keep that one open as well as the main list. Thanks
Quote from: alanB on Today at 12:21:39 PM
Hell isnt the internet amazing!
We have a little debate here, which is picked up by another forum, and then some guy in Holland publishes an live Rookie Tracker
All within hours!
Ja, is bloody amazing isn't it.
If only the ASO was as quick as Mischa, he is doing a cracking job on his site, always looking for ways to improve.
My little rant: The bigger the organisation is and the more it controls things the less the public get what they want.
THANK YOU MISCHA
FROM ALL OF US AT WILLDOG.ZA.NET
I believe the rule is if you intend to use one, then you must have it scrutineered... but there is no actual requirement to use one at all.
Thanks a lot to you too! They should hire me to do this for them ;-) I have so many more ideas and took 2 weeks off from work to work on the site. And even that's not enough It's a pleasure to do this for you all and I hope they allow me to do this in the future too
A noob thing i wonder about..
oser That is some funny shit right there!
...don't expect me to stay out front opening the course today though.....as it's back to work (sux) this morning I'll be happy to be able to just check in and hang on as best as I can today.
Well, Helder didn't do the end of stage interview,.........
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figured you must have had the day off yesterday or something...not sure how AF5O will view that in terms of the unfair advantage it gave you...
If you go back and double check you'll see that I was penalized at the start of the day by sleeping in until about 0930.
Next year oddometer.trackingdakar.nl?
Now back to the chatter about Gordon's license plates....
Correct me if I'm wrong but....IIRC....it's a requirement that ALL the vehicles entered in the Dakar have to be titled and registered, is it not?
ha ha sounds like a project for you mischa
I have an appeal running with the AF5O to credit me with 271 cliff notes posts. It's eligible under the "rendering assistance to fellow competitors" clause.
They say I didn't push the button on their balise, so it won't count. Frenchies, pff.
Yep, as most liaison are on public roads, all vehicles must be road legal under the laws of the jurisdiction of the origin country.
Same as in WRC, I think I remember Colin McRae losing a rally because the Police stopped him at the liaison with a badly damaged wheel. They didn't let him return to the service zone.
... and once again no words from Helder, he looked quite pissed off.
But we get to see the japanese fuel injection engineer, mr. Junji Miyazaki. He talks, but I couldn't understand a word of it...
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