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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Pyn thru WP6 +01:19:48
Derooy: fuck it, straight down is easier than these fucking hairpins.
JC @ ASS +00:50:53
After 222 km, American Robby Gordon boasts a lead of 2'13" over Stéphane Peterhansel, and 4'17" over Nani Roma. Fourth placed Giniel de Villiers trails Gordon by 6'10", seventeen seconds ahead of Orlando Terranova. Following them, Carlos Sousa and his Great Wall are in sixth, 8'48" behind the stage leader.
Mark Miller: Can Robby Ever Win Dakar?
gotta love Mark though, I miss him
Boundsy @ WP5 +01:19:05
And stopping to change a tyre right after it
Seems like there have been remarkably few car punctures this year? And no catastrophic moto tire issues?
Didn't Robby said that he wanted to sell his team ?
You did it now!! Last couple stages we will have MousseGate and TireGate....
Yeah, listed it somewhere for like 4million USD
Eurosport1 is on!
And this is the URL: http://esioslive2-i.akamaihd.net/hls/live/201149/AL_ESP1_INT_ENG/playlist_1800.m3u8
Is anyone else from the states having a problem using mypremium.tv to source EuroSport today?
On VLC this year. No ad barrage, and better resolution.
Todays update from PAU FB:
Pål Anders Ullevålseter was number 15 on the current 12 stage of the Dakar Rally, and climbed to 17th overall.
Special stage of 319 kilometers had started in Fiambala and finish in Copiapo.
The winner of today's stage was Frans Verhoeven of the Netherlands at the time 3:49:15 and he struck northern man with 9 minutes and 43 seconds. Ullevålseter is now at 17 in the overall - 2:50:59 behind overall leader Cyril Despres of France.
Pål Anders has this to say about today's stage:
- Today was a little more my terrain. In addition, I have changed the springs on the bike that actually really helped today. The landscape and the roads were a little more open and there was sand that has gradually become my favorite surface. Not really much else to say other than that it was a pretty special experience to start the day today by driving over the Andes at 4800 m in the biting cold and sit down to relax now for 35 plus degrees. It's not just racing that is extreme, but the conditions and climate change along the way too.
LUIS thru WP3 +01:12:26
rriiinnnggg ding ding ding ding
Edit: and Si thru WP8 +00:57:06
Ok I see how it is, You guys go watch eurosport I'll keep working...
my premium tv still works if you go here
(the homepage is suspended - but not the eurosport 1 stream )