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Discussion in 'Racing' started by gmk999, Mar 20, 2013.
Did Robby piss off the world again? What gives?
Cars just seem to be Argentina and Chile, so for some reason maybe Bolivia don't like him
...they would have plenty of 'reasons'
PS I enjoy his competition he just can be such an ass...
Rubbie has sold his 2 Hummmmmmmbuggys and all of his support vehicles to a Saudi guy with Cubic mega bucks. Unless he makes enough money off of his Stadium Super Truck races to pay for an entire new Dakar program, he won't be back.
That sucks, not surprising but shitty nonetheless
Must have been the colour - you'll probably see them cruising the streets of Riyadh
So does that mean he's pretty much done racing except as a hobby? You know he could still kick ass in Cup if he had the team and was only the driver...
Maybe we'll get to see him in the two road course events. He was always a force on them, even with a weak car. On a road course, I'd take Robbie over Jeff Gordon any day. And Jeff is always fast.
Done racing all of that ghey arsed roundy-round foolishness. He's over whelmed with his Stadium Super Truck series and trying to be the next Mickey Thompson (his own words). He is still racing select off road races (SCORE & BITD).
That's interesting, i have never hear about it, may be this will happen in 2014.
Two whole stages with no risk of cars, buggies or trucks running me over? Woooo Hooooooo
Fixed .... I keed, I keed ....
A Dakar without Robby wouldn't be the same any more.
Green and black
really? how'd he finish?
A fan favorite for some, a distraction from the race for others
And, on cue:
Yazeed and Winocq Crash Out of Ha'il Rally
They crashed heavily in the sand dune 50 kms into the final stage. The Hummer landed on all four wheels with a hard impact and moved a few meters before stopping. Via his Twitter account in King Khalid Hospital Hail, Al-Rajhi declared that both he and his co-driver, Frenchman Alex Winocq, had each suffered one broken vertebrae following the impact.