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Dakar '18 -Stage 12- Fiambalá > Chilecito > San Juan

#1
A painful challenge
Good physical management will be the key to success in this second marathon stage for the bike riders, whose arms will not be spared by the hundreds of twists and turns and stony sections they will have to endure. The only way that car and truck crews will be able to get through this long day without getting stuck in the rios will be by carefully keeping to the road book.

Liaison > 270 km - Special > 523 km

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#2
SPECIALE STAGE 12 FOR BIKES AND QUADS CANCELLED

FIAMBALA – SAN JUAN

Thursday 18th of January 2018

Following the study of the safety conditions for bikes and quads race tomorrow, despite a first modification of the stage announced this afternoon, having consulted the competitors grouppedat Fiambala’s marathon bivouac, the Race Direction has taken the decision to cancel the 12th special stage for bikes and quads.

The first bike will start the liaison from Fiambala to San Juan’s bivouac at 6 a.m.

The cars and trucks race remains unchanged.
 

michael_loomis

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#3
Safety conditions? Too hot?


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michael_loomis

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#8
The tracking has really sucked in the second parts of the rally these last couple days.

They are long passed waypoint 8.. but can’t find a result on any page, just the written report.


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vAnDiX

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#11
⏱ LIVE TIMING Dakar 2018 - Stage 12 - WP8:

1⃣ Stéphane Peterhansel (PEUGEOT) 5h22m41s
2. ANasser Al Attiyah (Toyota) +00'15''
3. Bernhard Ten Brinke (Toyota) +02'38''
4. Orlando Terranova (Mini) +02'51''
5. Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) +03'00''
6. Mikko Hirvonen (Mini) +05'57''
7. Jakub Przygonski (Mini) +08'18''
8. Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi (PEUGEOT) +08'28''
9⃣ Carlos Sainz (PEUGEOT) +10'20''
10. Lucio Alvarez (Toyota) +13'01''
11. Cyril Despres (PEUGEOT) +13'54''
 

mrlentle

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#13
⏱ LIVE TIMING Dakar 2018 - Stage 12 - WP8:

1⃣ Stéphane Peterhansel (PEUGEOT) 5h22m41s
2. ANasser Al Attiyah (Toyota) +00'15''
3. Bernhard Ten Brinke (Toyota) +02'38''
4. Orlando Terranova (Mini) +02'51''
5. Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) +03'00''
6. Mikko Hirvonen (Mini) +05'57''
7. Jakub Przygonski (Mini) +08'18''
8. Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi (PEUGEOT) +08'28''
9⃣ Carlos Sainz (PEUGEOT) +10'20''
10. Lucio Alvarez (Toyota) +13'01''
11. Cyril Despres (PEUGEOT) +13'54''
Carlos driving smart
 

michael_loomis

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#16
LIVE TIMING Dakar 2018 - Stage 12 - WP8:

1⃣ Stéphane Peterhansel (PEUGEOT) 5h22m41s
2. ANasser Al Attiyah (Toyota) +00'15''
3. Bernhard Ten Brinke (Toyota) +02'38''
4. Orlando Terranova (Mini) +02'51''
5. Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) +03'00''
6. Mikko Hirvonen (Mini) +05'57''
7. Jakub Przygonski (Mini) +08'18''
8. Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi (PEUGEOT) +08'28''
9⃣ Carlos Sainz (PEUGEOT) +10'20''
10. Lucio Alvarez (Toyota) +13'01''
11. Cyril Despres (PEUGEOT) +13'54''
Thanks! Now give up your source! Lol

Congratulations to the 2018 Dakar Champion El Matador!!


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vAnDiX

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#17
⏱ LIVE TIMING Dakar 2018 - Stage 12 - WP9:

1. Nasser Al Attiyah (Toyota) 6h03m17s
2. Stéphane Peterhansel (PEUGEOT) +00'13''
3. Orlando Terranova (Mini) +03'32''
4. Giniel de Villiers (Toyota) 03'44''
5. Bernhard Ten Brinke (Toyota) 05'03''
6. Mikko Hirvonen (Mini) +08'51''
7. Sheikh Khalid Al Qassimi (PEUGEOT) +09'54''
8. Jakub Przygonski (Mini) +10'59''
9. Carlos Sainz (PEUGEOT) +11'57''
10. Cyril Despres (PEUGEOT) +15'25'' ..

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A_Roben

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#18
Looks like NAA takes the win by 2:03 over SPH. Its interesting the times are different between the Dakar website and whatever Peugeot is using
 

Dirty Harry

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#19

Spark

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#20
Another fun day in jagernauts category.
After yesterday's troubles with broken driveshaft, former leader of the race, Nikolaev ended the day on second position +16min overall after Villagra. But later, Villagra was penalised for 15min for the broken straps on his front suspension. That had reduced his leadership margin by only 1minute on Nikolaev.
Today, on stage 12 Nikolaev lost 30min,for unknown yet reason, in the beginning of the stage. But right after that Villagra, in his turn, lost 22min. So right now, as i write this, after WP8 the gap between them in virtual overall standings is 3minuts for Villagra. Quite entartaning for 12 stage of a long race I might say ;):)
 
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