Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 1, 2013.
Sorry for hte dumb question, but after hte long neutralisation, there is a small hot sector again?
At the moment, Ruben Faria holds the second best time at the finish of the first part of the special, 32" behind Francisco López. Joan Barreda is third, 8" behind the Portuguese rider. Frans Verhoeven, who was in the Top 3 at the previous checkpoints, has yet to finish.
Yes. Looking relevant now.
Very short "Parade Sprint" section.
Next year´s DAKAR please let Mischa deal with all your times/tracking, so we can have a more relaxed event.
Sorry, it was my fault. I should stick to the stats on the website and let you take the conclusions
Man, I wouldn't be able to get that to the shops, let alone from Paris to Dakar
now that would be taking away half the fun
Verhoeven showed up 3th, but dropped back to 7th with the tracker issues
As we are big on rumour and tactics, I believe Chaleco had his mechanic drop the engine off the bike, turned the music up loud, took a load of pictures, made a post on Facebook and then put the same engine back again.
He is now 1 second behind CDP
Well, the engine in CDPs bike is also one that has been rolling the complete race, albeit in another bike for the first part (Dabrowskis). So Farias bike is not alone in having used only one engine.
I could add an "ASO" button that messes the timing, so you will still have the fun. Or happy hours where everybody gets random results.
So Lopez is finally winning his Dakar :)
Let's work with this and call it the "miserable tracking user" concept. =)
Pretty hard to out French the French......you think ?
that would be just awesome tactics!!
Wish we knew. Tracker seems wild!
Hehe, Maray are doing Brodomath live on air.