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Discussion in 'Racing' started by Pyndon, Mar 30, 2012.
Not surprising - none of the top ten were brought up and trained by PynDad
He started 87th and moved all the way up to 42nd thru WP5. But something seems to have slowed him down.
Edit: never mind...everytime I go back to the live timing is shows something different.
He's there, don't worry. Presently still 42nd at WP5....
Mmmmm he was 10 places behind Stan at WP5 and it's showning Stan through WP6 and Pyn's not there I hope to fook nothing else has hampered him.
Mods can we please have a pray smilie??
Positive thoughts coming through!!! He's past WP6 still in 42nd spot
You can do it Pyn!!!!
Remember he started 87th today guys so is running well back on the road. Go Pyndon.
He started so far back, he doesn't arrive at the WP's until quite late. When he does, he pops up according to his time and those slower drop behind him. It's confusing because we don't know where he is on the road relative to others. You can't really track his position until he passes a WP.
One thing we know is he is having a strong day and moving up through the pack steadily with a mid 40's pace.
Fighting his way back through the field, I can imagine a blue flash and spray of dust going past each rider and them wondering what the hell it was! Gp Pyn!!!
It is very hard to track, I have just had to log out of the Dakar site as I have sat for the past 15mins waiting for it to update with waypoint 7 thinking please, please, please where is he then voila there he is. My heart was in my mouth. I need to move away from the computer
Keep up the great work Lyndon
Impressive stuff! Anyone else wondering what Lyndon could do in a factory effort? Would like to hear his thoughts on the pace of the front runners.
Carlton Kirkby just commented on Pyn's fork rebuild on the live Eurosport show !
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Thanks, I checked there before, guess it appeared after I went to bed.
Maybe when it's all over, we'll get to see a picture of it after pyndad chipped off all the metal-epoxy, I'd be interested to see how badly it was cracked where the compression holder mounts.
Agree, impressive patience to give the repair time to set, impressive skill to make back a lot of time and impressive cohones to trust the repair. Glad it worked out and he's still in the race.
Thank you is it the current position for the stage in brackets next to stage time?
Visual representation of how Lyndon is moving up through the standings.
I think it's the position at that waypoint, not the whole stage. But I could be wrong.
At the WP, the stage comes at the end.
He's holding his own nicely inside the top 50 overall. Having a great stage.