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Old 01-10-2013, 12:37 PM   #6841
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Ask Deadly to show you how RPA did bent rims. Above and beyond.
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:38 PM   #6842
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:40 PM   #6843
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So Etienne see's himself as the "new" french version of Michelé Thomsón and is going to market his "Little Chunk of Dakar" to all the flatbill wearing homie fans that the new breed of Monsterredbullspeed sponsors will attract to the sport... eh?

Park your RV's outside the stadium folks, by a footlong and a brewski and pull up a seat for the most challenging indoors marathon rally the world has ever seen (live direct sent on HBO... 19:00 CET 15:00 Pacific central ). We've got pole dancers for the halftime show and all the baguette and brie cheese you can eat... So come on out, we're coming to 10 stadiums across South America in 14 days of rough and tumble off road rallye action, all from the comfort of your very own 85 dollar arena seat... Tired of marching out into the Atacama for hours on end, to wait and see an orange brick fly past in a cloud of dust...? F5¤% that!... come to where the future is... it's the Dakar Grand National Stadium Schmuck Gran Prix Marathon Off Road Indoor Racing Series. DGNSSGPMORIRS
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:41 PM   #6844
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Fr 4 and Myway are the legends I just copy Fr 4 using VLC as per Myway so cheer these blokes on, my bit takes 2 secs.
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:42 PM   #6845
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So tell us Deadly, how did you bend those rims again?

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Old 01-10-2013, 12:43 PM   #6846
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:43 PM   #6847
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:45 PM   #6848
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So Etienne see's himself as the "new" french version of Michelé Thomsón and is going to market his "Little Chunk of Dakar" to all the flatbill wearing homie fans that the new breed of Monsterredbullspeed sponsors will attract to the sport.

Park your RV's outside the stadium folks, by a footlong and a brewski and pull up a seat for the most challenging indoors marathon rally the world has ever seen (live direct sent on HBO... 19:00 CET 15:00 Pacific central ). We've got pole dancers for the halftime show and all the baguette and brie cheese you can eat... so come on down, we're coming to showing at 10stadiums across Sth America in 14 days of rough and tumble off road rallye action, all from the comfort of an 85 dollar arena seat... marching out into the Atacam for hours to wait and see and orange brick fly past in a cloud of dust...? F5¤% that!... come to where the future is... it's the Dakar Grand National Stadium Schmuck Gran Prix Marathon Off Road Indoor Racing Series. DGNSSGPMORIRS
I think I'll stick with a few beers from the old guy with the green wooly hat in "Hotel Desperate" with friends in Missour(morocco) after that day of floods.......do you remember that Troy??
No RV's that night.
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:45 PM   #6849
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:47 PM   #6850
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How do these bikes continue to submarine through all the fesh-fesh and choking dust without totally choking the air filter?
I used a double filter system. The high filter (a cone) took most of the dust. big snorkel to a lower one, and that never even got changed.
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:50 PM   #6851
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So Etienne see's himself as the "new" french version of Michelé Thomsón and is going to market his "Little Chunk of Dakar" to all the flatbill wearing homie fans that the new breed of Monsterredbullspeed sponsors will attract to the sport... eh?

Park your RV's outside the stadium folks, by a footlong and a brewski and pull up a seat for the most challenging indoors marathon rally the world has ever seen (live direct sent on HBO... 19:00 CET 15:00 Pacific central ). We've got pole dancers for the halftime show and all the baguette and brie cheese you can eat... So come on out, we're coming to 10 stadiums across South America in 14 days of rough and tumble off road rallye action, all from the comfort of your very own 85 dollar arena seat... Tired of marching out into the Atacama for hours on end, to wait and see an orange brick fly past in a cloud of dust...? F5¤% that!... come to where the future is... it's the Dakar Grand National Stadium Schmuck Gran Prix Marathon Off Road Indoor Racing Series. DGNSSGPMORIRS
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:52 PM   #6852
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Stage 6 -
According to the official website, Brett Cummings finished Stage 6 in 44th place. This result has provisionally moved him up to 78th place overall - a jump of 11 places!
Well done Brett !!
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:53 PM   #6853
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Oh no, I think there's a slow down. I'm able to keep up with my F5s and no new posts in 3 minutes. Mischa, are you able to pick that up on the tracker? Has Maray said anything? How about our ASO mole, any mention on the official site?

Thanks for allowing me to keep up.
Haha ;-) Remember the time we had only the pages with checkpoints on the official Dakar site years ago? If you were following 1 person you were clicking around for hours, CTRL+F find car, not there, try previous checkpoint... etc etc. Ages before you knew about 1 car. That was the main reason why I started this. But I did something wrong... everybody on my site wins time, but I lose 2 weeks haha hmm....
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:53 PM   #6854
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I think I'll stick with a few beers from the old guy with the green wooly hat in "Hotel Desperate" with friends in Missour(morocco) after that day of floods.......do you remember that Troy??
No RV's that night.

Yes Dr Mitcho... THAT's what marathon rallying is all about... at the grass roots level in any case!

We must get ourselves some flatbill hats... wel me anyway... you're already stunning in your nurses outfit...












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Old 01-10-2013, 01:04 PM   #6855
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Maybe it's been discussed here already, but can anyone tell me why the finish times (ASS) on the checkpoints pages are exactly 1h20 behind the times on the live timing and results pages?
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