foto de bruce wacker campeòn del xterra 2015 mayores de 65 años
Almost forgot. I finally got the MTB on the trainer. This is the only place there was room to ride it, though. But, it is a start and I'll fit it into a better place. Not that this isn't a fantastic place/way to ride, but just a little too exposed to salt water. Oh, and was able to do one workout on the treadmill, so the training potential is there if I can just get past all the other stuff that has to be done.
POS # DRIVER ELIGIBILITY STAGE TIME PENALTIES TOTAL TIME DIFF PREV DIFF 1ST
1. 1 FRAS. OGIER M 3:14:30.2 3:14:30.2
2. 12 ESTO. TANAK T 3:14:40.4 3:14:40.4 +10.2 +10.2
3. 3 BELT. NEUVILLE M 3:16:05.6 3:16:05.6 +1:25.2 +1:35.4
4. 20 NZLH. PADDON T 3:16:25.1 3:16:25.1 +19.5 +1:54.9
5. 7 GBRK. MEEKE 3:17:05.4 3:17:05.4 +40.3 +2:35.2
6. 4 ESPD. SORDO M 3:18:32.8 3:18:32.8 +1:27.4 +4:02.6
7. 2 FINJ. LATVALA M 3:18:58.5 3:18:58.5 +25.7 +4:28.3
8. 5 NORM. OSTBERG M 3:18:58.5 00:10 3:19:08.5 +10.0 +4:38.3
9. 14 FRAS. LEFEBVRE 3:21:32.4 00:10 3:21:42.4 +2:33.9 +7:12.2
10. 6 FRAE. CAMILLI M 3:22:49.5 3:22:49.5 +1:07.1 +8:19.3
27. 41 ESPJ. SUAREZ MIRANDA 3:46:01.5 3:46:01.5 +1:22.8 +31:31.3
35. 96 ESPP. LOPEZ 4:00:48.9 4:00:48.9 +5.0 +46:18.7
SÉBASTIEN OGIER LED FROM START-TO-FINISH TO WIN DAYINSURE WALES RALLY GB FOR THE FOURTH YEAR ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
He withstood final day pressure from Ott Tänak to win the penultimate round of the FIA World Rally Championship by 10.2sec and secure the manufacturers’ title for Volkswagen. Ogier clinched a fourth consecutive drivers’ crown at the previous round in Spain.
Thierry Neuville finished third in a Hyundai i20, a further 1min 25.2sec behind. His fourth consecutive podium gives him a 14-point advantage over Andreas Mikkelsen in their fight for the runners-up spot heading into next month’s finale in Australia.
It was Ogier’s first gravel road win of the campaign and the Frenchman has led for every single kilometre of the British fixture since the start of the 2013 event.
The fog and mud of the first two days eased to leave better conditions today, although the six forest speed tests in north Wales, covering 52.08km, were no less slippery.
Ogier, driving a Polo R, started with a 33.8sec lead but couldn’t match Tänak’s pace. The Estonian won all six stages in a Ford Fiesta RS to close in. A broken intercom and puncture earlier in the rally cost Tänak vital time, but second matched his career-best result.
Ott Tänak - matched career-best result in second
“The main target this weekend was to be manufacturers’ champion,” said Ogier. “I’m not world champion without the team’s hard work and it was great to take the title with a victory once again. It wasn’t easy and I was able to ease off in the last few stages, but not so much.
“Ott was really flying. He was fast, very consistent and didn’t make any mistakes so it was a tough victory to get.”
Neuville overshot a hairpin this morning but the Belgian held off team-mate Hayden Paddon by 19.5sec. The normally aggressive Kiwi struggled in the mud but overnight set-up changes made him more comfortable today.
Kris Meeke, driving a Citroën DS 3 for the final time, finished a subdued fifth with Dani Sordo completing the top six in another i20. Jari-Matti Latvala recovered from first day transmission troubles in his Polo R to pass Mads Østberg for seventh.
Stéphane Lefebvre finished ninth on his return from injury with Eric Camilli completing the leaderboard.
The championship concludes with Kennards Hire Rally Australia, which is based in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, on 17 - 20 November.
NOV 5 Masa Crítica Noviembre!
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Sábado entre 12:00 y 14:00 dentro de 5 días
desgraciadamente no puedo asistir porque participo el sàbado en el du cross de bañeres a las 15:30 y me irè por la mañana para recorrer el tramo ciclista de MTB.