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Offline XT JOE

Re: DAKAR 2021
« Reply #1260 on: March 07, 2021, 03:47:27 pm »
I realized he was  complete ass after he nearly killed a friend of mine Christoff Barrier-Varju by driving over his tent in the bivouac.

He should have been sent home right there on the spot!! :o >:( :(
One guy i am also not sad to see on the Dakar no more is the frenchman Schlesser.

Besides giving organizers grieve what else did Schlesser get up to- i actually thought he was quite a pioneer with the Africa Eco race taking the Dakar back to normal people
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Re: DAKAR 2021
« Reply #1261 on: March 09, 2021, 12:05:24 am »
I realized he was  complete ass after he nearly killed a friend of mine Christoff Barrier-Varju by driving over his tent in the bivouac.

He should have been sent home right there on the spot!! :o >:( :(
One guy i am also not sad to see on the Dakar no more is the frenchman Schlesser.

Besides giving organizers grieve what else did Schlesser get up to- i actually thought he was quite a pioneer with the Africa Eco race taking the Dakar back to normal people

No No, that was Robbieeeeeeeee, not Schlesser who flattened the tent. I did not really follow his story so can't really comment on his ways. Jordi Archerons on the hand.... ::)
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