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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Lost, but maybe his shoulder is starting to give him grief as well?
They tried Asia with the Silk Way, and that didn't work. SA is here to stay.
Go Faria GO :eek1:eek1
Darryl Curtis ‏@DarrylCurtisSA
I'm riding...thanks for all your support. Details later...
Just got out of a meeting and had a quick look on the timings. Showing Pyn last through WP2 has anything happened??
Don't mention the Sherco !
We have no clue.
Barreda and Casseli cant be lost can they?
Remember this Copiapo stage last year? Neil Scott Williams around 80th position got lost and then saw some riders in the distance from the top of a dune. So he decided to follow them. It turned out to the leaders and he had missed a 120km loop!
He came to the finish on the live tracking way ahead of Coma and Despres. Here it is for prosperities sake.
Pity he was DQ'd but thats the way it goes sometimes.
Robby is gunning for a stage win, up 17" over peterhansel at the first check.
He clocks a CP time, but no WP time, so expect tracking and results to be wonky.
missing after WP1...
It seems most others are through 3 and even 4, it's not looking great :eek1
Ruben Faria is now in front, leading Francisco Lopez by 9", Frans Verhoeven by 23" and Juan Pedrero Garcia by 5'13". Alain Duclos is in fifth, 2'33" behind the stage leader and 17" ahead of Ivan Jakes. Following his navigation problems, Joan Barreda is in eighth place.
Pat is looking good through WP3 +09:26:35 (55) !
Something clearly slowed him today, but we have no idea what.
WP6 Chalecon IN!!!
No sign of Luis at CP1 yet. Cars are already through that point.
So Barreda lead the first group off track but the others realized it and turned but he was still running in the wrong direction? (all of them have lost time to Faria)
edit: and now he's flying, cut the time from 4´30 down to 2 minutes to Chaleco
A true privateer!!!
Barreda just took 2,5 minutes from lopez between wp5 and wp6 :eek1