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Dakar Stage 11 Blog

Michael Guy, 17 January 2013 11:22

It’s 10pm on the evening of Stage 11, I would tell you what day it is, but I can’t, because since joining the biggest circus in South America at the start of January, days of the week don’t count. Everyone here talks in stages and I’ve learned to do the same. I got out to see the bikes in action ...

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Dakar Stage 11: Casseli wins again, Despres in control overall

Michael Guy, 16 January 2013 22:55

American Kurt Casseli showed his huge potential in the world of Rally after taking his second stage win on the stage 11 from La Rioja to Fiambala. The factory KTM man is competing in his first Dakar and up until eleven days ago had never ridden a Rally bike or competed in a navigational event. Casseli won the stage by ...

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Dakar Stage 11: James West out of Dakar on stage 11 following crash

Michael Guy, 16 January 2013 22:41

The UK lost one of its six remaining riders today when James West crashed out of stage 11 smashing both fuel tanks on his factory supported Sherco. The 37 year old Dubai based Brit has had a tough first Dakar suffering a host of technical problems during the race. But it was a rock and subsequent crash that left his ...

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Dakar Stage 9: Cyril Despres Interview

Anonymous, 16 January 2013 15:43

Michael Guy caught up with Dakar master Cyril Despres after stage nine of this year's rally. Still out of breath from 12hrs on the bike, the Frenchman gives us his rundown of the day.  

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Dakar Stage 10: Watt stays in top 30 despite riding with dislocated shoulder

Michael Guy, 16 January 2013 09:37

Stan Watt rode through the pain barrier on stage ten of the 2013 Dakar to claim a more than respectable 45th position to maintain a top 30 spot in the overall standings. Watt suffered a high speed crash on yesterday’s stage nine and a big impact to his shoulder which was later diagnosed as being dislocated. After being heavily strapped ...

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Dakar Stage 10: Barreda wins stage as Despres moves into overall control of the race

Michael Guy, 16 January 2013 09:32

Speedbrain Husqvarna rider Joan Barreda showed once again he is among the very fastest Rally riders in the world by winning stage ten– his fourth stage win of the 2013 Dakar. The 29 year old Spaniard went head to head with KTM’s Cyril Despres throughout the 357km special with just one second separating them at way point five. But as ...

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Dakar Stage 9: Poskitt jumps up the order as Watt, Forman and West suffer big crashes

Michael Guy, 15 January 2013 10:55

Lyndon Poskitt made the absolute most of his top ten starting position for stage nine of the 2013 Dakar to post the 37th fastest time and move up to 46th in the overall standings. In what was an incredibly dusty opening part of the timed special, Poskitt only had minimal dust to deal with because iof his high starting place ...

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Dakar Stage 9: Despres pulls the pin to dominate stage as Casteau hits a cow

Michael Guy, 15 January 2013 10:52

Cyril Despres backed up his rest day quote that he had nothing to lose by dominating the ninth stage of the Dakar to move to within 5m 23s of the overall lead. The factory KTM rider chose the longest and hardest stage of the 2013 Dakar to unleash a full 593km assault which saw him win the stage – his ...

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Dakar Stage 8: Casteau takes overall lead as Pain gets lost. Despres back in contention

Michael Guy, 13 January 2013 12:00

The overall standings of the 2013 Dakar were thrown on their head after complicated stage eight saw the majority of the top men get dramatically lost causing them to lose huge amounts of time during the day. Yamaha Racing France rider Olivier Pain was the big loser of the day, having ridden a faultless Dakar the Frenchman slumped to 78th ...

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Stage eight: Poskitt secures first British top ten for a generation

Michael Guy, 13 January 2013 01:13

Lyndon Poskitt became the first British rider to finish a stage of the Dakar inside the top ten since the late John Deacon in 2001.The 34 year old Brit competing in his first ever Dakar was unfazed by the difficult conditions which included soft sand, rain and hail to pull of the shock result after making perfect navigational decisions at ...

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