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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Yakesh is the correct. Everytime I hear Carlton's "Jakes" I cringe
CP2 is a fuel point.
He did correct himself about that last night, IIRC.
Hope you're right but WP1=CP1 so .....
Thx Neil The LEG
Having raced against Riaan (he passed me) and seeing him on TT at Nationals, he is SUper consistent.
Casseli is fast indeed. And learning from Coma must be a great leap.
Yes, he's out of rally. It would be too painful to continue so he quit.
He's through CP1 now. Cleared about 10' ago.
verhoeven appear at cp2 !? he is 5th but doesn't show at wp's
Even some Slovaks call him "Jakes" as Kirby does, just for fun.
I've got Lyndon on Misha's monitor site at CP1, +42.13 in 114th position
At CP2 after 169 km, there is a refuelling point for the bikers. In the literal and metaphorical sense, Joan Barreda is therefore full on... He leads the special by 2'42" over "Chaleco" Lopez, and is distancing his pursuers as the stage goes on. In third, 4'36" behind, Juan Pedrero Garcia is less comfortable, with Ruben Faria in his wake (4'44 behind the leader). Ivan Jakes is fifth and Cyril Despres is sixth, respectively 5'58" and 6'25" behind the stage leader.
Something definitely got him in that section, though. He dropped 42' to CP1.
Come on PYN!
Bunch of riders show one but not the other too....
@ +42:13 ....troubles of some kind?
Thanks, he wasn't in when I F5d 5 minutes ago. Whew.
See Im not a detailed guy (except when it comes to 3d maps ). So I ignored the detail, even the fuel stop positions, and just took an intuitive guess instead, based on past performance. Do you remember that Eurosport footage of Helder our front in the lead on his Yamaha and then walking around scuffing the dirt because he had no fuel! Silly, but these things catch the best of us at times.
Maybe he hurt that foot a lot more than he let on in the call-in.
I ran out of fuel on I-70 in Kansas a few years ago.
I didn't have him on Mischa, but I did find him on Posis. Must have just missed an update on the tracker. He is there now.
Hope he can come back on a steady pace. going to be a long day.
Probably problems with his tracking device. Lets see if he's in for some nice surprise, go go go
Here come the cars!!
10:19 - car
015 - The cars start the special
Robby Gordon put the pedal to the metal to launch his Hummer into the special at 12.08 PM local time. Ronan Chabot and Lucio Alvarez will be in his rear-view mirror. 94 cars are still in the race.