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Old 01-04-2013, 08:27 AM   #1186
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The porn actress Claire Castel is one of the sponsors that have Hugo Payen French number 69 on his motorcycle during Dakar 2013 that will travel Peru, Argentina and Chile.

Castel is very suggestive in a tiny thong plotting and covering her breasts as promoting French films also Marc Dorcel.

The biker Hugo Payen will for the second year and number 69 in the 2012 edition also took the auspices xxx industry with the presence of Russian Anna Polina on arrival in Peru.

here
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www.clairecastel.com
Does that work the same as 'Go faster stripes' ?
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:41 AM   #1187
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The F5 205's begin. Cheers
Aah my first one of 2013 (and the first of many no doubt)!
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:43 AM   #1188
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I bet cherry flavored chain lube is part of the sponsorship.


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Old 01-04-2013, 08:47 AM   #1189
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Now that's what I call a TV show. Hey Estadounidenses, can you watch this from across the pond or are you IP blocked?
I am watching it right now as a matter of fact.
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:48 AM   #1190
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Now that's what I call a TV show. Hey Estadounidenses, can you watch this from across the pond or are you IP blocked?
I can watch it.

RTVE is about the best way for me to keep up on TV.

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Old 01-04-2013, 08:57 AM   #1191
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And, just to illustrate the difference to a factory rider, here's how Pizzolito's day started:

aka... "Javier Cappuccino"

"Hey... Zaki... is my bike ready yet...?!"
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:57 AM   #1192
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Great news Flood!
News, but don't wish to dampen the spirits, but don't forget Philipe was in a coma for over a week, has been in hospital for a month now and the hospital still don't know when they will let him travel.
He is improving, but relative to what? - it sounds like a tough period still ahead, but he is equally tough and will work to make it, so fingers crossed for the future and prayers when you can.

On the subject and on Dakar Eve ( I like that one ) and before the mayhem of the next two weeks+, just another thought for the others who should also be there but aren't - Kemel, who I'm sure will be there in spirit and Marc and Sam, who will be back next year and in between without a doubt.

Now for the present - BRING IT ON
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:59 AM   #1193
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:00 AM   #1194
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:03 AM   #1195
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The F5 205's begin. Cheers
Yes they do it seems...I guess thats a fail at scrutineering.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:07 AM   #1196
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Check out press release issued by Honda on Felipe Zanol: The Brazilian driver Felipe Zanol, Team HRC (Honda Racing Corporation) is recovering well in hospital in California (USA), where he is hospitalized and performs physical therapy sessions. The family, which accompanies the United States, is already planning his return to Brazil (the date is not yet determined and will depend on the release by the medical staff).

Zanol suffered a fall during training with the team for the Dakar Rally, in the Mojave Desert, 185 miles from Los Angeles. The Honda team is providing support to the family of cheers and Zanol the full recovery of the pilot.

Moto Honda da Amazonia Ltda.

Fuerza Zanol!!

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News, but don't wish to dampen the spirits, but don't forget Philipe was in a coma for over a week, has been in hospital for a month now and the hospital still don't know when they will let him travel.
He is improving, but relative to what? - it sounds like a tough period still ahead, but he is equally tough and will work to make it, so fingers crossed for the future and prayers when you can.

On the subject and on Dakar Eve ( I like that one ) and before the mayhem of the next two weeks+, just another thought for the others who should also be there but aren't - Kemel, who I'm sure will be there in spirit and Marc and Sam, who will be back next year and in between without a doubt.
Yes he must have had a helluva crash. Im just glad Zanol is out of a coma to be honest.This is really good news, thanks Flood! - I was really beginning to get concerned with the lack of news.


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Pre-race special from TVE, well worth a look, they made a small parc-ferme outside the studio, many Spanish competitors talk about their preparations and hopes, guests inside the studio: Perdero, Barreda and Sanz, talk about high caliber...

Steaming a bit slow, at least from here, but you can pause and let it buffer some more for better viewing.

Enjoy!
EXCELLENTset of interviews!!!

This stuff is pure gold, thanks for the link.

Joan B is a very modest and unassuming guy, I am backing him for a win this year for sure. Interesting that he mentioned Matt Fish as someone he would be watching.

Really nice to hear Juan Pederero's thoughts: He is hungry for a podium place this year but I got the impression he thought Barreda was going to be hard to beat.

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I've got nothing but respect for folks who deal with the public while learning a new language. This is hard.



Still, I hope Nasser wins!
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Nasser: "Well you gnaw, It wuz difficult and we had many problems, but you gnaw, it was okay, and we continue on."
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:11 AM   #1197
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Eh? Tech inspection... Neils at CP three... pee... (uh) oh!

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Yes they do it seems...I guess thats a fail at scrutineering.
Speaking of scrutineering BlacknBluebull...

Will you be using a catheta... or and old fashion schlong bottle for your dehydration system and horizontal pee-breaks during the F5 neutral/refueling zones this year...?
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troy safari carpente screwed with this post 01-04-2013 at 09:12 AM Reason: ooooh... the gloves are off early this year mate... :) hahaha!
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:35 AM   #1198
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Speaking of scrutineering BlacknBluebull...

Will you be using a catheta... or and old fashion schlong bottle for your dehydration system and horizontal pee-breaks during the F5 neutral/refueling zones this year...?



Im pleased to report our team have migrated over to the latter. The problem with the catheta is that the tubes get caught everytime I lift my leg over the keyboard.

The drugs have been reduced today so I think the preparation for the start was very well planned by team managment.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:38 AM   #1199
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Im pleased to report our team have migrated over to the latter. The problem with the catheta is that the tubes get caught everytime I lift my leg over the keyboard.

The drugs have been reduced today so I think the preparation for the start was very well planned by team managment.
So does that mean you can have a beer or two then
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Yes they do it seems...I guess thats a fail at scrutineering.
Right that's it, I'm sulking now. I'm off on a canoe trip for the weekend instead of watching the start.
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