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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Cars are on the special, with Rubby leading out.
Going to be a long day for Pyn, indeed. :eek1
Since we talking fuel issues here i got to think of #35 Berglund on a early stage did run out of fuel as his fuelmap was to running on the fat side and thee had not been any testing for dune riding. The put a new map in and the bike has little less power but no fuel issues. He is carrying 27L on the bike.
Late December, 1970, between Cheyenne and Laramie. Effin' COLD!
Well many more don't appear on the waypoints. Stay tuned to http://monitor.trackingdakar.nl/ and watch Liefhebber (paardenmepper? ) for example who just appeared on CP1. Good job :)
Yes, and yes again. Except this does not explain his past fuel issues. Add to that gallons vs Litres...or anything silly like that... and you have yourself the makings of a royal ....
If its not refuelling, it cant be electrical even though they said that.. (simply because they did not interview him, and that is very telling), I think (insert Japanses accent here:) It wars a problem with tha fuewal calculations!
I was actually within sight of the exit! ...not too much of a push..
Neil the LEG -
If he passed you then im impressed because you are insanely fast.
COME ON PYN!
I"m hoping that it was something on the bike - not your foot causing you problems. Actually - I'm hoping there was nothing wrong with anything ant that maybe you stopped for a coupe of pictures, or there is some tactical stroke of genius that you are playing here....Secretariat?
Yes but someone also needs to tell Carlton that in Spanish the S is pronounced RodrigueS or RodrigueZ even but Rodrigue? WTF is that - some pseudo french english version?
JC seems to fighting the pain, hope he makes it - go Johnny
Another possibility is that maybe the 5 tank design can't utilize the last remaining liters when it's empty... dunno.
Since he has ran out of gas before, and then just repeated the same mistake twice in one Dakar, then we need Troy to make him a dunce hat, sit him in the corner and blast him with Barbra Streisand records on the hi fi all day
Helder would probably settle for the Portuguese pronunciation.
And there F5irehose goes limp while everyone licks their lips trying to refresh misca's site, the Dakar gaps, the Dakar tracking, facebook and twitter....
Isn't it Rodrige in Portugees?
I think it must be the 15 minute RF neutralization... paging Helder, can you hear us? Fill 'er up!
Limp firehose :eek1
Us dedicated but quiet followers are still here
I cant think it would be fuel left in the bottom of the tank given the very low position of the fuel pump we saw the other day. Unless there outlet pipe from the rear tanks are not at the bottom? Need to have a look at that. If that were the case you could lie the bike down and drain fuel that way, and we have not seen any of that yet.
He ran out of gas once. The second time he didn't, "just" had to go slower to have some to get to the end. We still don't know about what happened yesterday.
"If Michael can do it, well so can I!"