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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
It might be fun to see the 'parade' turn into a fight for third.
I reckon it'll be a bit longer than that based on what the previous rider did. Maybe 20 mins? Sorry to prolong your agony.
Now that's a situation... Would you change the engine when your direct rival (you know what I mean) tell you to do so? Is it just a mind-game or the situation is that bad really?
Hmm, new engine, home territory and a point to prove. I reckon Chaleco will fly tomorrow.
Luis is in!!!!!!!
Turns out the bike's engine failed Lopez KTM 450, and after a meeting with his team, it was the decision to change, which means 15 minutes of penalty, falling to third place. With this, the Portuguese Faria goes to second place and now exceeds Chaleco for only a minute and a half to fourth place, Slovak Jakes, so in the last stage must gamble to reach La Moneda on Sunday and be on the podium.
Not much to gain, everything to loose
Luis Belaustegui #150
And have we heard what caselli's problem was? I might have missed it...
That dude amazes me!
Thanks for the feedback today folks, I think we're all thinking along the same lines on here...
Well if Chaleco does change his engine do you think CDP swaps to prvent a dnf? we know Faria will be good watercarrier and wait for te boss.. :hmmm
Nothing posted that I've seen.
This whole rally is defined by heroic deeds but what Luis is achieving on that little bike is remarkable. I thought he was screwed at the rest day when we heard he was already on his last engine but what can you say other than bravo Luis and bravo Freedom Rally. Absolutely brilliant!
I don't know about that, but check post 16365...
Not bad for a hippie!
...didn't hear anything on Eurosport either.
Luis #150 !!!!!
150 happy dances!
Now i can rest...
Tracking one truck and I can go to bed. Might have to come in to work tomorrow to enjoy the bandwidth...
Time for bed for me. See you all tomorrow for the grand finale.