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Discussion in 'Racing' started by doyle, Jan 4, 2014.
And if you end up in the wrong valley :eek1:eek1:eek1
That footage is tragic, forced to leave his friend behind. I'm wiping away a tear here.
Same thing...you have to go around the mountain until you find a place where they came down...hard to impossible to do.
Ruben Faria fall heavily
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That is a bit risky though... you could end up either Flash Gordon or a fireball :huh
Nobody in since Helder, is the tracking down or have they all f5ucked up:eek1:eek1
If I got it right, still missing by having descended to a gorge are:
Faria was the first to get it wrong and is reported injured.
Is this sorta accurate?
And I thought yesterday was a disaster... Only 18 people in the ASS so far...and the lead times are out to like 40 minutes...
I wonder if they will cancel the stage? Probably not.
Metge is in
I think so. But they have not reported anyone else following their tracks, - very likely. :eek1
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Gouet and Azedevo also show in. Some people are missing CP2 times...
Seems like lots of engineers in the Dakar (Alain, Mike Johnson, Pyndon, etc). Wonder what it is that draws them to the race?
(Or it's just confirmation bias on my part: being an engineer myself I'm sure I just notice the engineers more often than I do the other professions.)
if this keeps going like this, there will be maybe 50 left in the end... :huh
That doesn't sound good. Keeping fingers crossed. :worried
Just keeping tabs on #92, Mike Johnson- he's having a steady day in the mid-80's, after the same yesterday. I think he's doing really well, a perfect strategy- ride comfortable, keep the bike and body in good shape, let the drama unfold ahead and behind.
Sorry to hear of his struggles. Hope he can continue.
Quality parts and pieces even down to zip ties matter. I'd be interested to hear what style zip ties he had.
Good source, thanks.