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Dakar rally D11

 The eleventh stage, from Antofagasta to El Salvador, was characterized by the classification stage distorted by the penalty imposed on the winner, and leader of the overall, spanich Marc Coma for changing the engine of his ktm: 15min penalty and then stage victory for Cyril Despres that, despite the considerable distance now accumulated in overall ranking, keeps on believing aiming for the final podium. The factory Honda H. Rodrigues always in the top positions is now fifth in the overall just ahead of Despres.


Dakar 2014, Stage 11:
1. Cyril Despres (FRA, Yamaha)
2. Olivier Pain (FRA, Yamaha)
3. Jordi Viladoms (ESP, KTM)
4. Joan Barreda (ESP, Honda)
5. Helder Rodrigues (PRT, Honda)


Overall standings:
1.  Coma (ESP, KTM) 48:39:41 hrs
2.  Barreda (ESP, Honda) +00:37:36
3.  Viladoms (ESP, KTM) +01:52:56
4.  Pain (FRA, Yamaha) +02:06:40
5.  Rodrigues (PRT, Honda) +02:15:35 TCX rider
6.  Despres (FRA, Yamaha) +02:16:18  TCX rider 

Dakar rally D8

Factory Yamaha rider Cyryl Despres has won the 8th stage of the 2014 Dakar rally from Uyuni to Calama last marathon stage over Bolivia and running all day at an average altitude between 3600 and 4000 meters above sea level The french Yamaha ace centers so 'his first stage win not by chance in a marathon stage thanks to its great experience and helped also by his yamaha 450 that seems to have solved the technical problems blamed over the argentinean stages and responsible for the severe delay in the overall classification. Great results and for the honda powered and portuguese Rodrigues and the french factory rider Metge (Cyril Despres teammate)

 

Dakar 2014, Stage 8:
1. Cyril Despres (FRA, Yamaha)  TCX rider
2. Joan Barreda (ESP, Honda)
3. Marc Coma (ESP, KTM) 
4. Helder Rodrigues (PRT, Honda) TCX rider
5. Olivier Pain (FRA, Yamaha)
6. Michael Metge (FRA, Yamaha)  TCX rider

Dakar rally D7


The 7th round of the 2014 Dakar, from Salta to Uyuni, ha seen the "big" factory riders back to the top positions of the race, revised on its special stage cause the heavy rain fall during these days. Stage victory for factry Honda rider Joan Barreda with 4'03 "ahead over factory KTM rider Marc Coma and with 5'35" over Cyril Despres, 3rd and now 10th in the overall raking after the unlucky stage of the last week where the french rider had serious technical problems to his 450 Yamaha.


Final results - Stage 7
1 Joan Barreda 03:28'41 ESP HONDA TEAM HRC
2 Marc Coma +04'03 ESP KTM KTM Red Bull Rally Factory
3 Cyril Despres +05'35 FRA YAMAHA Yamaha Racing
4 Joan Pedrero +06'57 ESP SHERCO Sherco Rally Factory

RIP Eric Palante #122

Fifth stage of the 2014 Dakar rally unfortunately marked by the news of the death of belgian rider Eric Palante. To find the lifeless body of the fifty year old belgian rider was the truck that the organization follows the last of the race caravan. There would be no signs of an accident or collision or crash and of course you will have to wait for the results of the autopsy to determine the causes of death.

Palante leaves his wife and his five children.

RIP #122

Dakar rally D3

The third and long marathon stage of the 2014 Dakar, from San Rafael to San Juan 665 km total, has definitively seen the race came into the real rumble with the "top" riders that have made the difference during the whole day and most of all in the overall with Barreda winner of the stage and Despres and Coma arrived in the order behind the spanish honda rider and ready to fight for the final victory which this year seems to be the classic struggle of two we've seen in the past but with possible surprises from some red honda outsiders.

Dakar 2014, Stage 3:

1. Joan Barreda (ESP, Honda) 3:47:03 hrs
2. Cyril Despres (FRA, Yamaha) +00:04:41  TCX RIDER
3. Marc Coma (ESP, KTM) +00:06:56
4. Alain Duclos (FRA, Sherco) +00:10:51
5. David Casteu (FRA, KTM) +00:11:17

Overall Standings:
1. Joan Barreda (ESP, Honda) 09:56:44 hrs
2. Cyril Despres (FRA, Yamaha) +00:13:04 TCX RIDER
3. Marc Coma (ESP, KTM) +00:13:56