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Discussion in 'Racing' started by Dezertfox, Oct 3, 2012.
Hey Deadly, I'll be handing the night shift over to you soon.
As the days go on and the times and stats unfold he will be right there - he was faultles in the UAE and Qatar and it would be expected for him to be the same this week
Coma at CP2.... still 1st on the track, the other boys should be showing up soon
Yip, he is now showing up on the provisional rankings
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I have been waiting for Stan watt's and Casteu's times now for about 10 minutes....I think we have broken their server already...
Yes but there is that thing about his loss of time at Cp1.. I wonder what happened there.
They've only been riding for 2 hours. Fuel already?
Despres almost 3 min behind coma at cp 2
Helder also slower than Marc at CP2...
the old fox
That's the shot I was looking for... If you look at Bluebulls screen dump.... THAT's the sandune cluster just to the south of the route they are taking across the dune field...
If I interpret the media notes for tomorrow correctly... SS2 on tuesday (tomorrow) puts them straight up and over this (and three/four other dune "crowns" just like them)
We'll see what Barreda managed in a few minutes. The universe is in order. Coma opening the track and going faster.
Coma is on the move again, I guess they had a neutralization stop at CP2.
No sign of poor old Casteu? Let's hope his Iritrack is broken.
Both him and Stan Watt. I don't get it because neither of them are on the satellite either. I guess their's are broken.
Is today's 270 km stage classified as a sprint in rallye speak?
I guess it's standard for the Morocco Rally.
Dakar's stage Rachidia-Ouarzazate used to start close to here and pass some of these tracks/erg . It was almost 600 km long but only about 300 would be Special Stage.
Goncalves with a VERY respectful time at cp3
<s>Goncalves</s>, Pain, Barreda, Chaleco are sitting at CP2, waiiiiting for the times.
if he's at CP3 already, the respect is due to the helicopter pilot