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Dakar 2011 Thread « on: December 02, 2010, 11:57:41 pm »

This thread will be an attempt to summarize of the happenings of the Dakar 2011, with behind the scenes info and stuff you won't see on TV. Hope you enjoy, and please any related info, stories and discussion/comments posted will be most welcome.  icon_thumleft

INDEX:

Page 1- 4: Pre 2011 buildup & videos from the Dakar 2010

Page 6- 8:
Arrival in Buenos Aires, administrative checks, preparation for scrutineering
Page     9-10: Grand Start
Page     10: Stage 1 commences



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Related Threads:

Hintenaus Rallyraid RSA Dakar hope 2011
Dakar 2010

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Dakar 2011 - Official Event Coverage (keep up if you can)
If youre a rally nut like me, check it out. It gets pretty busy up to 500-600 posts per day during the rally. Otherwise just enjoy a summarized version right here. deal

TV:
Mnet Supersport of course. But also look here:

http://raceteevee.com/ - Streaming various Youtube videos on the Dakar.
SBS Australia
Argentinian TV live where applicable.
Eurosport


Other:

www.dakar.com - Official Website
http://www.youtube.com/dakar - Youtube Dakar channel
http://rallyraidreview.blogspot.com/





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Re: 2011 Dakar thread « Reply #1 on: December 03, 2010, 12:17:00 am »

Subscribe !  Ricky Ricky Ricky
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Re: 2011 Dakar thread « Reply #2 on: December 03, 2010, 12:45:05 am »

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Re: 2011 Dakar thread « Reply #3 on: December 03, 2010, 03:47:18 am »

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Re: 2011 Dakar thread « Reply #4 on: December 03, 2010, 04:15:38 am »

woooopwooooop! just cant wait.............. icon_biggrin Ricky PeepWall
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #5 on: December 03, 2010, 09:33:23 am »

Ok time for some information

Back in the days when bikes looked like this:

KTM LC8






Now they transformed to this  PeepWall





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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #6 on: December 03, 2010, 09:36:52 am »

News from Coma:



The pilot AMV, facing the new edition of the Dakar, with the hope of getting his 3rd title in this prestigious competition, and so forget the bad memories of last year.

Marc Coma reach the Dakar 2011 with the KTM 450cc, with which it recently has won the Rally of the Pharaohs. And this is how he describes his new bike: "The big difference this bike in relation to the above is its weight. We lost about 15 kilos. This bike lets you go much faster in technical areas, but in the fast we lost about 12 mph top speed. "

AMV pilot, says the new bike favors their driving behavior, "With the new bike still needs to be more aggressive because the engine does not allow relaxed driving. I always have to carry around and get high fast through the corners, because if not, upon leaving, you lose time because they do not have the same acceleration as the 690. "

Also on this occasion, Marc Coma will not have to worry about the tires, because it will the same as its main rival, Cyril Despres, winner of the Dakar 2010.
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #7 on: December 03, 2010, 09:38:33 am »



The champion of the quad category in the Dakar 2010, crashed during training. The surgical pilot has fractures in both ankles and dislocated his right collarbone.
Caption: Mark Patronelli rugged face the Dakar 2011

Patronelli Marcos, champion of the 2010 edition of the Dakar Rally in category ATV, suffered a severe accident may cost him entry to the 2011 edition of Rally Argentina Chile.

In October this year became the first Argentine to win the 13th edition of the Rally of the Pharaohs in Egypt.

While thinking he was training for the Dakar 2011 in the locality of General Alvear, a wheel fell off the ATV, causing it to destabilize and fall into a ditch.

Patronelli was treated by orthopedic Carlos Bustamante, who informed the local environment Alvearvive initial diagnosis was "surgical fractures in both ankles and dislocated his right collarbone."

"Patronelli suffered a severe blow to the head that caused head trauma with loss of consciousness," said the source of the organization of the presentation of the team
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #8 on: December 03, 2010, 09:40:16 am »

Subscribed. Looking forward to seeing Fretene (Spelling Huh?) on the beemer  icon_thumleft
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #9 on: December 03, 2010, 09:42:37 am »

Subscribed. Looking forward to seeing Fretene (Spelling Huh?) on the beemer  icon_thumleft

Bad news, he is out of Dakar  Embarrassed

Frenchman David Fretigne, a pilot who had hired BMW to compete in the Dakar 2011abordo a motorcycle officer may not be joining on 1 January at the Obelisk, and could not recover from the accident in September during the Rally of Morocco .

Frtigne, an old known for his rivals in the Dakar, had been named official pilot of the German fever in June, becoming one of the first elite participants to confirm their presence in the Dakar 2011. As one of the sensations go market in the European summer. In the last year I wore the colors of Gallic Yamaha France.

The injury will not allow Fretigne participate in the third Dakar in South America, are problems in the vertebrae and a broken rib, resulting from a sharp drop in the Rally of Morocco.
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #10 on: December 03, 2010, 09:44:20 am »

He will be replaced by Zé Heilo
 
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #11 on: December 03, 2010, 09:46:37 am »

A Dakar bike is born:

Specification:
- KTM 525
- Meca’system rally kit: navigation tower + fairing + rear subframe + fuel tanks (2×5 lit) + xenon head light
- Safari Tanks (17 lit) by Aqualine
- Öhlins suspension front and rear
- Engne preparation by Pro Service
- Michelin Desert tyres
- Endless brake pads
- MD Roadbook + ICO trip odometer

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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #12 on: December 03, 2010, 09:50:41 am »

Please excuse if spelling and word order is incorrect, translated from a Spanish site

The third edition of the Argentina-Chile Dakar Rally which takes place from 1st to January 16 was officially launched today at the Palacio San Martín, Argentina Foreign Ministry headquarters. In the event, which had the presence of major political and sports authorities related to competition, there were repeated references to one of the issues surrounding the test for these hours: Patronelli Mark's accident, reigning champion in 2010 and quads who had already made history in 2009 being the first Argentine to win a stage.


The world's toughest rally, which over its 33 year history was centered in Africa but in the last three took root in South American soil, was released in the Palacio San Martín to 250 guests, including governors, staff , national authorities and pilots. "We are very happy and grateful to return to run the Dakar for the third time in Argentina," said the Frenchman Etienne Lavigne, chief of the trial, who compared the "love" felt by the country with the plot of a romantic movie which revolves around "a married man who falls for another woman."

"I am French and I love my country, but in these years, I discovered that I deeply love yours. I feel a little Buenos Aires before and I appreciate these ties of friendship," said Lavigne.

The test will have a tour of 9,000 miles and 85 Argentines participate among the 428 pilots who take off from Buenos Aires.

The numbers of registered local speak for themselves: the first Dakar had run on these lands at the start to 13 Argentine, in 2010 were 45 and this year will be 85, not counting quads champion, Mark Patronelli, who suffered an accident on Monday preventing you from running and his brother Alexander, who as a consequence put on hold their involvement.

"We deeply regret what has happened to Mark (Patronelli), we expect a speedy recovery and I send a special greeting," said Leonardo Boto, executive secretary of Improtur, one of Argentina's most officials involved in organizing the competition.

In 2011 the route will take competitors to the extreme north of Argentina and Chile, up to Arica (Chile), where will the long-awaited day of rest and then take the road back to Buenos Aires. "The Dakar is not just a race, the Dakar race is the most extreme in the world, so for this new edition is thought a more demanding course and it will increasingly difficult as the days go by, endorsed Lavigne.
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #13 on: December 03, 2010, 10:14:52 am »

A dakar bike is born:

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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #14 on: December 03, 2010, 10:26:05 am »

American Jonah Street and Welshman Craig Bounds are riding the Yamaha WR450F in Dakar 2011. bikes look sweet!


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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #15 on: December 03, 2010, 10:44:33 am »

Another Wels woman and her counterpart will be riding a WR450

Race nr. 173 Jenny aka JMo (& piglet)



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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #16 on: December 05, 2010, 02:18:01 am »

We have two South Africans entering the Dakar 2011:

Albert Hintenaus, a new wilddog known as Bertrams VO (check out his thread here:> http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=60095.0 )

Albert's website is http://www.hintenaus-rallyraid.co.za.

and

Iain Stevenson (check out his website here:> http://www.iain-stevenson.com/ )

Go boys, we are right behind you.  icon_thumleft

Here are some videos of Iain learning the hard way how to ride dunes with Alfie Cox. Its hectic stuff, trust me.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/E10xYby51Tk&amp;feature=player_embedded" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/E10xYby51Tk&amp;feature=player_embedded</a>


Watching this second video I really feel for the poor guy, bloody hard keeping the front end up. Give it horns boet!  mwink
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/1UAV1itff0U&amp;feature=player_embedded" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/1UAV1itff0U&amp;feature=player_embedded</a>



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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #17 on: December 05, 2010, 06:01:18 am »

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Soooooo looking forward to this!
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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #18 on: December 06, 2010, 08:10:07 am »

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Re: Dakar 2011 Thread « Reply #19 on: December 06, 2010, 08:19:40 am »

This has been posted before on the previous Dakar thread, but will repost in case you haven't seen it before.

 2011 Dakar Start list

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N° Pilote Nom Pilote Prenom Nationalite Marque Team
1 Coma Marc Espagne Ktm Ktm Mrw Rally Factory Team
2 Despres Cyril France Ktm Team Red Bull Ktm
3 Lopez Contardo Francisco Chili Aprilia Team Giofil Aprillia
4 Rodrigues Helder Portugal Yamaha Team Yamaha Racing France Ipone
5 Casteu David France Sherco Casteu Elf Sherco
6 Ullevalseter PÅl Anders Norvege Ktm Team Scandinavia
7 Street Jonah Etats-unis Yamaha Jonah Street
8 Viladoms Jordi Espagne Yamaha Team Yamaha Racing France Ipone
9 Pain Olivier France Yamaha
10 Pedrero Garcia Juan Espagne Ktm Ktm Mrw Rally Factory Team
11 Faria Ruben Portugal Ktm Team Red Bull Ktm
12 Fretigne David France Bmw "bmw Motorrad By Speedbrain"
13 Przygonski Kuba Pologne Ktm Orlen Team
14 Duclos Alain France Aprilia Team Giofil Aprillia
15 Cody Quinn Alexis Etats-unis Honda Team Honda Europe
16 Verhoeven Frans Pays-bas Bmw "bmw Motorrad By Speedbrain"
17 GonÇalves Paulo Portugal Bmw "bmw Motorrad By Speedbrain"
18 Farres Guell Gerard Espagne Aprilia Team Giofil Aprillia
19 Boano Ivan Italie Beta Team Beta Boano Rally Sport
20 Pisano Michael France Honda Mecasystem
21 Czachor Jacek Pologne Ktm Orlen Team
22 Berglund Thomas Suede Husaberg Team Scandinavia
23 Esquirol Cyril France Honda Association Enfance & Lumieres
24 Stanovnik Miran Slovenie Ktm Inotherm Racing
25 Svitko Stefan Slovaquie Ktm Hant Logomotion
26 Bethys Thierry France Honda Association Enfance & Lumieres
27 Zanotti Alessandro Saint-marin Aprilia Team Giofil Aprillia
28 Knuiman Henk Pays-bas Ktm
29 Pellicer Jose Manuel Espagne Yamaha
30 Goblet Jean FranÇois Belgique Yamaha Hfp Yamaha
31 Lazard Laurent Uruguay Ktm Off Road Uruguay
32 Bianchi Prata Pedro Portugal Bmw "bmw Motorrad By Speedbrain"
33 Azevedo Jean Bresil Ktm Petrobras Lubrax
34 Napoli Giulio Italie Beta Team Beta Boano Rally Sport
35 Barrot David France Yamaha Team Yamaha Racing France Ipone
36 Verhoestraete Frank Congo Ktm African Star
37 Visser Teus Pays-bas Ktm Pro Dakar
38 Jarmuz Krzysztof Pologne Honda Team Honda Europe
39 Guasch Font Marc Espagne Yamaha Marc Guasch Font
40 Prohens Felipe Chili Honda Hermanos Prohens Rally Team
41 Prohens Jaime Chili Honda
42 Arcarons Armenteras Jordi Espagne Honda Arcarons Rally Sport Tour
43 Jakes Ivan Slovaquie Ktm Km Racing Team
44 Sanz Pla-gilibert Eulalia Espagne Honda Arcarons Rally Sport Tour
45 Gyenes Emanuel Roumanie Ktm
46 Puertas Herrera Miguel Espagne Ktm Equipo Combat
47 Dabrowski Marek Pologne Ktm Orlen Team
48 Liefhebber Hans-jos Pays-bas Ktm
49 Bollero Rodolfo Argentine Yamaha Los Peraltes Racing Team
50 Serradori Mathieu France Beta Mecasystem
51 Pavey Simon Australie Bmw
52 Pritulyak Vadym Ukraine Honda Team Honda Europe
53 Rodriguez Claudio Chili Honda Tamarugal Xc Rally Team
54 De Groot R.m.n.j. Pays-bas Yamaha
55 Merkit Kemal Turquie Ktm Turkish Team Kemal Merkit
56 Seel Annie Suede Ktm Meca System-sweden Challenge
57 Pizzolito Javier Argentine Honda Honda Racing Argentina
58 Pol Mirjam Gesina Maria Pays-bas Honda Team Honda Europe
59 Pabiska David Rep. Tcheque Yamaha Km Racing Team
60 Barreda Bort Joan Espagne Aprilia Team Giofil Aprillia
61 Saghmeister Gabor Serbie Ktm Opel Dakar Team
62 Gomez Pallas Francisco Jose Espagne Aprilia Aprilia Trymax
63 Busin Pablo Argentine Yamaha
64 PeÑate MuÑoz Pedro Manuel Espagne Ktm Valsebike Canarias
65 Valle Octavio Mexique Honda Viva Oz Mexicana Team
66 Menard Jean-christophe France Yamaha Hfp
67 Califano Christian France Ktm
68 Vesely Jan Rep. Tcheque Yamaha Czech Dakar Team
69 Payen Hugo France Ktm
70 Pascual Pablo Oscar Argentine Jincheng
71 Giannetti Silvia Italie Ktm Maremma Riders
72 Mugnaioli Fabrizio Italie Ktm Maremma Riders
73 Alan Eduardo Argentine Ktm Pampa Racing
74 Arredondo Francisco Guatemala Ktm Team Guatemala
75 Bonnet Pierrick France Ktm Team Dessoude
76 Da Costa Bruno France Yamaha
77 Coet SÉbastien France Yamaha Team Hfp
78 Cavelius Philippe France Ktm Racing Bike 57
79 Mckendrick John Chili Yamaha Fuerza Chile
80 Butuza Marcel Roumanie Ktm
81 Su Wenmin Chine Jincheng
82 Guindani Vincent France Yamaha Hfp Yamaha
83 Picco Franco Italie Yamaha Franco Picco Racing
84 Zuffetti Carlo Italie Yamaha Franco Picco Racing
85 Cid De La Paz Pablo Argentine Beta Beta Oficial
86 Bounds Craig Royaume-uni Yamaha
87 De Benedictis Vicente Bresil Honda
88 Cucurachi Ennio Italie Ktm Europeanisteam
89 Cabini Antonio Italie Yamaha Cabini Racing
90 Diguiet Gilles France Ktm Evette-dakar
91 Waldschmidt Ingo Namibie Ktm Memo Tours
92 Junco Andres Argentine Ktm Aj Rally Team
93 Cusumano Guido Italie Yamaha Franco Picco Racing
94 De Bois Thomas Pays-bas Husaberg Pro Dakar
95 Gabari Harite Maroc Yamaha
96 Mana Claudio Italie Aprilia Outlaw Racing Team
97 Orfanos Vasilis Grece Aprilia Vom Racing Team
98 Bouchet Pascal France Ktm
99 Beltrami Francesco Italie Ktm Outlaw Racing Team
100 Meier Christina Allemagne Sherco Crocoaventures
101 Tampaxis Simon Belgique Sherco Crocoaventures
102 Stevenson Iain Afrique Du Sud Ktm
103 Bodinger Ronnie Suede Husaberg Team Scandinavia
104 Carmignani Daniele Italie Honda Asd Adeventure Team
105 Segarra Almagro Jairo Espagne Ktm Ipdc-coves-cosaor
106 Pederzoli Claudio Italie Yamaha
107 Lambertucci Lucas Argentine Yamaha Lambertucci Competicion
108 Tamm Plesch Andres Chili Ktm Vina Tamm
109 Gianni Stefani Italie Yamaha Franco Picco Racing
110 Vander Kooy Jacob Pays-bas Ktm Memo Tours
111 Oliveira Pedro Portugal Yamaha Dakarteck
112 Guyomarch Yannick France Ktm Pompier De Paris Casques D'argent
113 Smith Jacob Australie Honda Ghr Honda
114 Palacios Joseph France Ktm Mc Sud Dakar
115 Robert Christophe France Honda
116 Theuriot HervÉ France Ktm
117 Davidson Mark Australie Honda Ghr Honda
118 RincÓn David Espagne Bmw Rally De Luxe
119 Pulenta Eduardo Argentine Yamaha Pulenta Edu
120 Van Der Beek Wouter Pays-bas Aprilia Flevodakarteam
121 Strange Warren Australie Honda Ghr Honda
122 Palante Eric Belgique Honda Belgian Rhinoceros Team
123 Matoska Radek Slovaquie Ktm Hant Logomotion
124 Vega Edgardo Argentine Honda Patagonia Rally Raid
125 Sanchez Hugo Marcelo Argentine Kawasaki Tamarugal
126 Naumov Aleksey Russie Honda Team Honda Europe
127 Steinhoff Alain France Ktm Racing Bike 57
128 Bonnardel Patrick France Ktm Mecasystem
129 Kofman Erik Pays-bas Aprilia
130 Barron Jacques Perou Ktm Team Peru Dakar
131 Fernandez Diego Javier Uruguay Yamaha Uruguay Rally Team
132 Moreno Lucas Gustavo Argentine Kawasaki Team Palau Rpm Kawasaki
133 Caballero Alcayaga Rodrigo Andres Chili Honda Caballero Racing Team
134 Meffre Laurent France Ktm Team Africa - Lm Adventure
135 Scott Andrew Australie Honda Viva Oz Mexicana Team
136 Diallo Mame Less Senegal Ktm Team Africa - Lm Adventure
137 Kroon Evert Pays-bas Ktm Pro Dakar
138 Illanes Rodrigo Chili Honda Tarapaca Rally Team
139 Rosa Joao Portugal Yamaha Yamaha Portugal-jvo Racing
141 Geoffroy Christophe France Honda Belgian Rhinoceros Team
142 Taraborelli Fabian Argentine Ktm Taraborelli Racing Team
143 SchrÖder Daniel Allemagne Ktm Ps-laser Racing Team
144 Herzel Fernando Argentine Yamaha Jvo Racing
145 Martos Guerra Antonio Espagne Aprilia Aprilia Trymax
146 Gimeno Garcia Antonio Espagne Aprilia Aprilia Trymax
147 Patti Roberto Argentine Yamaha
148 GouËt Daniel Chili Honda Honda Racing Motofaxtory
149 Han Baohua Chine Jincheng
150 Belaustegui Luis Argentine Ktm Freedom 64 Ktm
153 Demelchori Javier Argentine Yamaha
154 Vellutino Carlo Perou Ktm
155 Smith Esteban Chili Ktm Smith Rally Team
156 Gomez Jorge Espagne Bmw Vemotor Canarias
157 Vetterli Leo Suisse Bmw
158 GarcÍa DomÍnguez Jose Espagne Bmw
159 Hintenaus Albert Afrique Du Sud Ktm
160 Lejeune Jean Pierre Belgique Aprilia
161 Demelchori Diego Argentine Kawasaki Rpm Kawasaki
162 Benavente Vio Andres Chili Husquarna Fuerza Chile
163 Poucet FranÇois France Ktm
164 Oliveira Rui Portugal Yamaha Dakarteck
165 Mota Fausto Portugal Yamaha Dakarteck
166 Stanfield Michael Etats-unis Ktm Freedom 64 Ktm
167 Casale Catracchia Ignacio Nicolas Chili Yamaha Casale Racing
168 Cenni Yoann France Yamaha Mxyo
169 Chivite Ignacio Espagne Bultaco
170 Martinez Boero Jorge Andres Argentine Beta
171 Mauricio Javier Gomez Argentine Yamaha Paco Gomez
172 Merlo Daniel Argentine Jvo
173 Morgan Jenifer Royaume-uni Yamaha
174 PeÑalva Gonzalo Argentine Yamaha Sportsman
175 Petrone Sergio Miguel Argentine Beta Mison Ezeiza Dakar
176 Salvatierra Juan Carlos Bolivie Honda
177 Pierini Pablo Argentine Ktm
178 Cid De La Paz Fernando Argentine Beta Adrenalina Rent
179 Copello Eduardo Hector Argentine Yamaha Ago-md Rally Raid Team
180 Sulem Emmanuel France Ktm Emmanuel Sulem
181 Harslett Simon Australie Honda Ghr Honda
182 Ellens Orlando Pays-bas Honda Memo Tours
183 Gil Mercado Javier Alejandro Argentine Yamaha
184 Santos Marcelo Jose Argentine Honda Ams-honda
185 Barbery Juan Jose Argentine Beta Motomax-helmet Rally Team
186 Rodriguez Pablo Argentine Honda Honda Racing Argentina
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Bikes Entered - 186

Makes Entered - 13

KTM - 63
Yamaha - 43
Honda - 33
Aprilia - 13
BMW - 8
Beta - 8
Husaberg - 3
Kawasaki - 3
Sherco - 3
Jincheng - 2
Husqvarna - 1
Bultaco - 1
JVO - 1
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