rcadiz wrote:Rally started, lots of problems with fuel. They drove up on 90 octane and managed to get 98 in the service park. Team a little rattled but we will see what the first 3 stages bring.
Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:at the end of stage 3 the Peruvian drivers are showing their experience on the home turf. Added to that the race fuel for the NACAM competitors never arrived so they are using pump fuel
Nicolas Fuchs, who ranks 6th in the PWRC, is currently leading the rally with Orlandini in 2nd and Tommasino in 3rd. All local drivers.
4th place currently is Trevino about 28 seconds off the leader and Powell about 3 or 4 seconds behind him followed closely by Isquirdo.
The altitude is already bad for the cars, but the poor fuel is making it ever worst.
Will keep updates coming as I get them from Robbie
rcadiz wrote:John much more comfortable after 3 stages. Leading Trivino by 1 sec, and izquierdo by 25 sec. Fuchs is ahead by 1:35, and flying
rcadiz: Broken axel, and bottom turbo hose, he will finish but he's limping for 3 stages so he is going to be down the order. SadSubaBlu wrote:What's the latest?????
rcadiz wrote:John and Mike both had to hold the ceremonial sheep
Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:^ Irshaad the problem there is logistics. They usually don't get the car at the event until a few hours before the rally.
wagon r wrote:...is Robbie fault....and now that is Robbie and Sobby, things have only gotten worse....!!
rcadiz wrote:wagon r wrote:...is Robbie fault....and now that is Robbie and Sobby, things have only gotten worse....!!
Gerry you is not the same man who make all the WRC cars shut down in Bim? haha i hear the MCBI ban yuh for next year........hahahaha
wagon r wrote:
But after Mexico, where John and Mike placed 2nd, since you started going.....................
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