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Old 10-28-2014, 11:57 AM   #1
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Atacama 2014

Well it looks like Barreda couldn't find the short cut

Some quite large time differences out there, but my Spanglish is limited to ordering food and beer, that is without thinking I have it right only to find out my date is the hairy one with the beard

So come on you Spanish speakers fill us in

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Old 10-28-2014, 12:10 PM   #2
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I was just coming to post this. Chaleco is out as we know but according to a translated interview with Roberto Boasso, he's really suffering with his knee injury. Our boy Chavo on a KTM is big news. When I spoke with him last week, his first ever ride on any KTM bike period, never even tried one in the past.

I don't expect much in the way of pushing so I'm not seeing much in the way of heroics here. Burrito or Quintanilla may push for the win to put a notch on the post, but I'm thinking it will be a more leisurely pace/practice for the biggie to come.
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Old 10-28-2014, 12:13 PM   #3
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I was just coming to post this. Chaleco is out as we know but according to a translated interview with Roberto Boasso, he's really suffering with his knee injury. Our boy Chavo on a KTM is big news. When I spoke with him last week, his first ever ride on any KTM bike period, never even tried one in the past.

I don't expect much in the way of pushing so I'm not seeing much in the way of heroics here. Burrito or Quintanilla may push for the win to put a notch on the post, but I'm thinking it will be a more leisurely pace/practice for the biggie to come.
Yes Chris, a training and recce ride for some - but is there really any such thing with professional racers, they will want to win?
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Old 10-28-2014, 12:57 PM   #4
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Old 10-28-2014, 03:16 PM   #5
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Not many information there, but read about Barreda and Coma after the stage:

Very technical stage, .
Coma had GPS problems, therefore his high time loss.
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Old 10-29-2014, 05:30 AM   #6
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Juan Carlos is really liking his KTM and taking the time to get comfortable with it. The goal for him is getting kilometers under his belt in preparation for Dakar. According to him, the accuracy of the roadbook is suspect. He went through three hazards that were not even marked in it at all.
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Old 10-29-2014, 09:46 AM   #7
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SS2 results coming in. Coma wins with the top 5 being the exact opposite order from the start. Looks like they all linked up and ride it home together.

1: Coma
2: Israel +2:01
3: Quintanilla +4:02
4: Barreda +6:02
5: Burrito +8:41
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Old 10-29-2014, 12:42 PM   #8
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I heard from Juan Carlos. He was faster than Rodriguez at CP2 which was the refuelling stop. Chavo started 12 minutes back from Rodriguez and then Rodriguez left the fuel stop 11 minutes before meaning Chavo picked up a minute on him. Not too far after that, Chavo had a mechanical issue that stopped him but he was able to make it back to the bivouac to continue on tomorrow.

He likes the bike!
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Old 10-30-2014, 05:59 AM   #9
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Old 10-30-2014, 08:40 AM   #10
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Question atacama website

Anybody else having trouble with the website loading?

Looks like they are twitt-ing and posting on FB often with position updates: https://twitter.com/AtacamaRally & https://www.facebook.com/atacamarallychile?fref=nf

last post @ 8:50 PST
#AtacamaRally MOTOS (AMPLIACION)
CP2 (en desarrollo)
1°Joan Barreda (ESP) 1:45'14"
2°Claudio Rodríguez (CHI) 1:45'18"
3°Pablo Quintanilla (CHI) 1:48'26"
4°Marc Coma (ESP) 1:50'59"
5°Jeremías Israel (CHI) 1:51'50"
6°Cristián Nasser (CHI) 2:01'40"
7°Daniel Gouet (CHI) 2:02'07"
8°Jordano Sepúlveda (CHI) 2:06'06"
9°Enrique Guzmán (CHI) 2:08'09"
10°José Cornejo (CHI) 2:10'17"
11°Francisco Massú (CHI) 2:26'01"
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Old 10-30-2014, 12:03 PM   #11
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Moto update

From FB page:
Tiempos finales extraoficiales
Etapa 3 (considera meta en el CP3)

1°Joan Barreda (ESP) 4:00'57"
2°Pablo Quintanilla (CHL) a 2'29"
3°Marc Coma (ESP) a 6'12"
4°Claudio Rodríguez (CHL) a 6'57"
5°Jeremías Israel (CHL) a 17'32"
6°Cristián Naser (CHL) a 29'55"
7°Daniel Gouet (CHL) a 33'47"
8°José Cornejo (CHL) a 37'26"
9°Enrique Guzmán (CHL) a 43'38"
10°Jordano Sepúlveda (CHL) a 47'59"

Also:
Jeremías Israel sufrió una caída leve, sin mayores consecuencias físicas para él y ahora está en evaluación médica de rutina.
Tan pronto haya un parte médico, lo informaremos.

Jeremias Israel had a wreck (suffered a fall), without any major physical consequences and right now he is going through a routine medical evaluation.
Very soon we will be informed on the medical report.
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Old 10-31-2014, 12:05 PM   #12
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Stage 4 motos

Un-official stage 4 Moto results (from FB):
Tiempos finales extraoficiales
Etapa 4

1°Pablo Quintanilla (CHL) 3:14'58"
2°Joan Barreda (ESP) a 1'55"
3°Marc Coma (ESP) a 3'55"
4°Claudio Rodríguez (CHL) a 8'57"
5°Cristián Nasser (CHL) a 19'15"
6°Daniel Gouet (CHL) a 20'49"
7°Juan Carlos Salvatierra (BOL) a 29'13"
8°Enrique Guzmán (CHL) a 34'56"
9°Jordano Sepúlveda (CHL) a 50'47"
10°Matías Sánchez (CHL) a 2:11'43"

Jeremías Israel raced today after his accident yesterday, unfortunately he had a mechanical and couldn't finish.
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Old 10-31-2014, 12:32 PM   #13
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Penalties - again!



So a 15 min penalty for JBB - what's he done this time?

It leaves him only 2.26 ahead of Coma and he start 1 place ahead on the last day! - he should hold on, but who knows what we happen with Coma breathing down his neck
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Old 10-31-2014, 01:23 PM   #14
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So a 15 min penalty for JBB - what's he done this time?

It leaves him only 2.26 ahead of Coma and he start 1 place ahead on the last day! - he should hold on, but who knows what we happen with Coma breathing down his neck
Acording to ALL your posts , this Joan Barreda is a very bad rider and the worst navegation boy in the Rally Race scene. ¿Agree?
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Old 10-31-2014, 03:10 PM   #15
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I think he means again... like circumnavigating the roadbook or taking his own route
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