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Old 01-07-2013, 06:51 AM   #61
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#127 Boyer in the game. started 109th 25min ago.
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:53 AM   #62
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any word on JC hasn't seem to make the first WP
Campbell stops after 10 kilometres

American rider Johnny Campbell (Honda) has stopped inside the time section due to an undetermined mechanical problem. He's now trying to repair it.

no news since.
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:58 AM   #63
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Very short mid-stage update:

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Barreda lost 6mins to WP2, then down to +20minutes.
Chaleco going for victory today, Despres is on it. Great day for Goncalves, now in 2nd.
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:59 AM   #64
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Pyndon is through wp2. Lost about 30 relative positions between 1 and 2. Wonder what happened.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:19 AM   #65
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Looking at the times, Casteu is opening the track with Curtis and Barreda each about 20" back. Despres and Faria are about a minute back of Casteu.

Pal Anders and Israel together 2' behind on piste.

Viladoms and Pain together 3' back.

Caselli, Pedrero, ConSalVesh, Rodrigues, Fish And Svitko together, with Chaleco pulling ground on them and about to make contact.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:20 AM   #66
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Chaleco Lopez takes the stage!

Pos. N° Name Mark Time variation Penalty
7
LOPEZ (CHL)
KTM
02:37:54 - -
20
GONÇALVES (PRT)
HUSQVARNA
02:39:02 00:01:08 -
1
DESPRES (FRA)
KTM
02:42:02 00:04:08 -
18
PRZYGONSKI (POL)
KTM
02:43:14 00:05:20 -
15
VERHOEVEN (NLD)
YAMAHA
02:45:16 00:07:22 -
9
PAIN (FRA)
YAMAHA
02:45:22 00:07:28 -
8
ULLEVALSETER (NOR)
KTM
02:46:24 00:08:30 -
6
SVITKO (SVK)
KTM
02:46:52 00:08:58 -
92
ISRAEL ESQUERRE (CHL)
HONDA
02:47:32 00:09:38 -
14
DUCLOS (FRA)
SHERCO
02:48:48 00:10:54 -
10
CASTEU (FRA)
YAMAHA
02:50:02 00:12:08 -
4
VILADOMS (ESP)
HUSQVARNA
02:50:25 00:12:31 -
37
CURTIS (ZAF)
KTM
02:52:52 00:14:58 -
11
FARIA (PRT)
KTM
02:56:03 00:18:09 -
29
CASELLI (USA)
KTM
03:01:41 00:23:47 -
12
PEDRERO (ESP)
KTM
03:07:17 00:29:23 -
39
FISH (AUS)
HUQSVARNA
03:07:46 00:29:52 -
5
BARREDA BORT (ESP)
HUSQVARNA
03:10:56 00:33:02 -
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:29 AM   #67
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As it stands now, in the overall:

Despres
Lopez 2'51
Ullevalsetter 4'59
Pain 6'03
Casteu 6'08
Israel 6'19
Verhoeven 8'08
Viladoms 9'08
Svitko 9'40
Kuba 9'45
Faria 10:47


Looks like a race!


Just by way of note, Faria ceded 14' to his team mate today.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:50 AM   #68
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:02 AM   #69
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:04 AM   #70
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Team Redverz - Kevin Muggleton to Dakar 2013


Update. Yesterday I went over a dune and broke my back, the dakar air ambulance was there in minutes and quickly filled up with other riders at the same scene.

After flying to Lima I'm immobilized here for 4 days before I fly back to Denver and will need surgery for a few pins in my back.

I replayed the scene many times, and other than the benefit of hindsight, I would have taken the same line, and speed 9 times out of 10.

Going into this Dakar I felt strong mentally and physically, and didn't get enough days under my belt. My body will heal quickly, but unfortunately the Dakar is the most addictive and expensive drug you can buy, and its hard to give up.

Perhaps it's premature, and I'm high as a kite on morphine, but I now have everything I need to run the Dakar , and if the Gods and stars are aligned I want to race Dakar 2014. 345 days

Thank you all for your support and kind words, it hurts more than you can imagine to let you down.

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Old 01-07-2013, 09:04 AM   #71
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Team Redverz - Kevin Muggleton to Dakar 2013


Update. Yesterday I went over a dune and broke my back, the dakar air ambulance was there in minutes and quickly filled up with other riders at the same scene.

After flying to Lima I'm immobilized here for 4 days before I fly back to Denver and will need surgery for a few pins in my back.

I replayed the scene many times, and other than the benefit of hindsight, I would have taken the same line, and speed 9 times out of 10.

Going into this Dakar I felt strong mentally and physically, and didn't get enough days under my belt. My body will heal quickly, but unfortunately the Dakar is the most addictive and expensive drug you can buy, and its hard to give up.

Perhaps it's premature, and I'm high as a kite on morphine, but I now have everything I need to run the Dakar , and if the Gods and stars are aligned I want to race Dakar 2014. 345 days

Thank you all for your support and kind words, it hurts more than you can imagine to let you down.

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Old 01-07-2013, 09:10 AM   #72
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@JCRHonda Johnny Campbell is working on his bike at km 20 trying to fix some problems in order to continue the race. Go Johnny!!!
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:31 AM   #73
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Dakar.com recap:

He only started in 30th place, but by the time he got to Nazca he'd already left almost 20 other riders in the dust. Francisco López took his second stage win in three days at the 2013 Dakar.

Leading the field can prove costly. A strategic factor that must be taken into account in the Dakar. Yesterday's heroes are often today's losers. And this is exactly what happened to Joan Barreda and his fellow travellers towards the start of the stage. Yesterday's winner was followed by Pedrero, Fish and others as he carefully performed his duties. He avoided the most dangerous pitfalls by focusing 110% on the road book... meaning he could only maintain a leisurely pace. Meanwhile, the most experienced riders started quite far back but they seized their chance to overtake the entire field without having to wrack their brains navigating. And few are better at this than Francisco López: the leading group went through the km 39 checkpoint at no more than 50 km/h, but Chaleco blasted onwards at 100 km/h. The Chilean was rewarded with his eighth Dakar win, the second of this edition. But he didn't take over the lead. Cyril Despres is no slouch either when it comes to experience and strategy, and he's got a knack for recognising the key points where he can make the difference. Today's third place behind Chaleco and Paulo Gonçalves was enough for him to defend the overall lead with a margin of 2′51″ over López, 4′59″ over Pål Anders Ullevålseter and 6′03″ over Olivier Pain.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:44 AM   #74
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:49 AM   #75
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Lopez from Dakar website

Tomorrow's stage will be different at the front of the race

The stage was very different from what we went through during the first two days. I started from afar and went flat out throughout the stage in an attemt to catch up with Cyril Despres, which I think I managed to do. I focused on navigating and finding the waypoints, and everything went well. But tomorrow's stage will be different at the front of the race, so I'm taking things one day at a time.
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