Dakar – Dakar moto – stage 3: Barreda and Honda take action (update) –

Dakar moto – stage 3: Barreda and Honda take action (update)

Dakar - Dakar moto - stage 3: Barreda and Honda take action (update) -

Honda-HRC official Joan Barreda Bort signs his first victory on the Dakar 2016 (14 in all) during the very fast third special drawn between Termas de Rio Hondo and Jujuy (Argentina). Kevin Benavides and Paulo Gonçalves who follow him to less than a minute complete a Honda hat-trick.

Honda-HRC official Joan Barreda Bort signs his first victory on the Dakar 2016 (14 in all) during the very fast third special drawn between Termas de Rio Hondo and Jujuy (Argentina). Kevin Benavides and Paulo Gonçalves who follow him to less than a minute complete a Honda hat-trick.

Update January 6: Barreda downgraded

Honda flies on fast stages…

In lack of rhythm in the mud of the, Joan Barreda made speak the powder during this third day, followed closely by his teammates Benavides (below) and Gonçalves, also in great shape on the CRF of the winged crest.

"It was a good day, especially after yesterday when I had to open. Starting in 7th position today was better", reports Barreda.

"I was able to maintain a good pace throughout the special (following in the footsteps of the previous pilots, editor’s note). In the end the differences are not important but it is good to be in the front group. the moment we drive like that while waiting for the continuation with the stages which involve more complications at the navigation level ".

Having started in front after, the young Toby Price (KTM) was dropped off from the first checkpoint by the "Honda armada". On arrival, the three CRF450 Rallies are separated by only 52 seconds !

Toby Price, 3rd last year on his first attempt at the Dakar, for his part finished the stage in an anonymous 37th place 8 minutes behind the leader, plunging to 10th place overall now led by Barreda ahead of Svitko (5th in the ‘stage) and Benavides.

"I assured because it is only the third day", defends Price, one of the leaders of KTM (photo opposite).

"I’m still in a good position for tomorrow’s start, we have to stay in the leading group. A lot can still happen. Five or six minutes late is not much at this stage of the race. . I did what I could, you have to be smart. It’s the second week that will be decisive and that’s where we have to attack ".

Price is not the only one to suffer the demonstration of the Honda riders since Ruben Faria (Husqvarna), second at the start this morning behind the Australian, finished 26th, conceding nearly 6 minutes to the winner of the day. The Portuguese slipped to eighth position in the provisional, almost 4 minutes.

The KTM-Husqvarna clan can however take comfort in the superb 4th place of Antoine Méo, the five-time world enduro champion who converted to rally-raid this year. The French took the opportunity to move up to 13th place overall on his official KTM, two positions ahead of Helder Rodrigues’ factory Yamaha, only 18th in this 3rd stage.

"The leaders will come out of the woods tomorrow or the day after tomorrow"

Note also the very good performances of two other French: the rookie Adrien Van Beveren, impressive 7th (24th provisionally) just 2 minutes from the winner on his Yamaha and the veteran Alain Duclos (44 years old), ninth of the stage at less than 3 minutes on his Sherco and 5th in the provisional.

"I rode very carefully because in the mountains there can be serious consequences in the event of an error", explains the rider, faithful to his Nîmes motorcycle. "Despite everything, I caught up with those who were in front of me at the end, in the last kilometers, and we finished together. I’m glad it started like this. Nevertheless, I think the supposed leaders are waiting for the big ones. They will start to emerge from tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, "concludes Alain Duclos wisely..

Video summary of stage 3 of the Dakar moto (motorcycle at 2’28)

Dakar moto 2016: results and classification of stage 3 (top 50) 

  1. BARREDA BORT (ESP) HONDA 02:30:37 – –
  2. BENAVIDES (ARG) HONDA 02:31:03 00:00:26 –
  3. GONCALVES (PRT) HONDA 02:31:29 00:00:52 –
  4. MEO (FRA) KTM 02:31:30 00:00:53 –
  5. SVITKO (SVK) KTM 02:31:34 00:00:57 –
  6. QUINTANILLA (CHL) HUSQVARNA 02:31:55 00:01:18 –
  7. VAN BEVEREN (FRA) YAMAHA 02:32:39 00:02:02 –
  8. FARRES GUELL (ESP) KTM 02:32:49 00:02:12 –
  9. DUCLOS (FRA) SHERCO TVS 02:32:58 00:02:21 –
  10. WALKNER (AUT) KTM 02:33:29 00:02:52 –
  11. PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP) SHERCO TVS 02:33:44 00:03:07 –
  12. ARANA (ESP) HUSQVARNA 02:33:48 00:03:11 –
  13. PAIN (FRA) KTM 02:34:18 00:03:41 –
  14. BOTTURI (ITA) YAMAHA 02:34:33 00:03:56 –
  15. METGE (FRA) HONDA 02:34:38 ​​00:04:01 –
  16. GYENES (ROU) KTM 02:34:38 ​​00:04:01 –
  17. BRABEC (USA) HONDA 02:34:44 00:04:07 –
  18. RODRIGUES (PRT) YAMAHA 02:34:48 00:04:11 –
  19. JAKES (SVK) KTM 02:34:49 00:04:12 –
  20. CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP) KTM 02:34:58 00:04:21 –
  21. SANZ (ESP) KTM 02:35:11 00:04:34 –
  22. RENET (FRA) HUSQVARNA 02:35:13 00:04:36 –
  23. KLYMCIW (CZE) HUSQVARNA 02:35:25 00:04:48 –
  24. METGE (FRA) HONDA 02:35:36 00:04:59 –
  25. CASTEU (FRA) KTM 02:35:37 00:05:00 –
  26. FARIA (PRT) HUSQVARNA 02:36:36 00:05:59 –
  27. THIS (ITA) HONDA 02:36:38 00:06:01 –
  28. VAYSSADE (FRA) SHERCO TVS 02:36:40 00:06:03 –
  29. VILADOMS (ESP) KTM 02:36:59 00:06:22 –
  30. CERUTTI (ITA) HUSQVARNA 02:37:13 00:06:36 –
  31. MONLEON (ESP) KTM 02:37:17 00:06:40 –
  32. PIATEK (POL) KTM 02:37:23 00:06:46 –
  33. DUPLESSIS (ARG) KTM 02:37:39 00:07:02 –
  34. DE SOULTRAIT (FRA) YAMAHA 02:37:44 00:07:07 –
  35. PIZZOLITO (ARG) HONDA 02:38:16 00:07:39 –
  36. PATRAO (PRT) KTM 02:38:39 00:08:02 –
  37. PRICE (AUS) KTM 02:38:44 00:08:07 –
  38. VERHOEVEN (NLD) YAMAHA 02:39:07 00:08:30 –
  39. VOGELS (NLD) KTM 02:40:11 00:09:34 –
  40. VAN PELT (NLD) HUQSVARNA 02:40:15 00:09:38 –
  41. SALVATIERRA (BOL) KTM 02:40:22 00:09:45 –
  42. SOLA TARRADELLAS (ESP) YAMAHA 02:40:52 00:10:15 –
  43. CABRERA (CHL) KAWASAKI 02:41:22 00:10:45 –
  44. PABISKA (CZE) KTM 02:41:39 00:11:02 –
  45. FROM AZEVEDO (BRA) HONDA 02:41:40 00:11:03 –
  46. BLYTHE (USA) KTM 02:42:30 00:11:53 –
  47. GIMENO GARCÍA (ESP) KTM 02:42:38 00:12:01 –
  48. GOMEZ (ARG) YAMAHA 02:42:38 00:12:01 –
  49. ENGEL (CZE) KTM 02:42:57 00:12:20 –
  50. CARDONA VAGNONI (FRI) KTM 02:44:29 00:13:52 

Dakar moto: provisional general classification (top 50)

  1. BARREDA BORT (ESP) HONDA 06:26:50 – –
  2. SVITKO (SVK) KTM 06:27:04 00:00:14 00:01:00
  3. BENAVIDES (ARG) HONDA 06:27:38 00:00:48 –
  4. GONCALVES (PRT) HONDA 06:27:58 00:01:08 –
  5. DUCLOS (FRA) SHERCO TVS 06:28:00 00:01:10 –
  6. WALKNER (AUT) KTM 06:28:37 00:01:47 –
  7. QUINTANILLA (CHL) HUSQVARNA 06:29:28 00:02:38 –
  8. FARIA (PRT) HUSQVARNA 06:30:47 00:03:57 00:01:00
  9. PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP) SHERCO TVS 06:31:23 00:04:33 –
  10. PRICE (AUS) KTM 06:31:53 00:05:03 –
  11. BOTTURI (ITA) YAMAHA 06:34:07 00:07:17 –
  12. FARRES GUELL (ESP) KTM 06:34:29 00:07:39 00:00:30
  13. MEO (FRA) KTM 06:35:08 00:08:18 –
  14. JAKES (SVK) KTM 06:35:09 00:08:19 00:02:00
  15. RODRIGUES (PRT) YAMAHA 06:35:15 00:08:25 –
  16. CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP) KTM 06:36:23 00:09:33 00:01:00
  17. CASTEU (FRA) KTM 06:36:48 00:09:58 00:01:00
  18. ARANA (ESP) HUSQVARNA 06:37:15 00:10:25 00:01:00
  19. METGE (FRA) HONDA 06:37:29 00:10:39 00:02:00
  20. GYENES (ROU) KTM 06:38:28 00:11:38 –
  21. SANZ (ESP) KTM 06:39:54 00:13:04 00:01:00
  22. BRABEC (USA) HONDA 06:41:17 00:14:27 00:02:30
  23. KLYMCIW (CZE) HUSQVARNA 06:41:50 00:15:00 00:01:00
  24. VAN BEVEREN (FRA) YAMAHA 06:42:28 00:15:38 00:02:00
  25. VAYSSADE (FRA) SHERCO TVS 06:43:28 00:16:38 –
  26. METGE (FRA) HONDA 06:43:47 00:16:57 00:01:00
  27. VILADOMS (ESP) KTM 06:43:50 00:17:00 00:01:00
  28. THIS (ITA) HONDA 06:44:07 00:17:17 00:03:00
  29. PIZZOLITO (ARG) HONDA 06:44:23 00:17:33 00:01:00
  30. BREAD (FRA) KTM 06:44:42 00:17:52 00:05:00
  31. CERUTTI (ITA) HUSQVARNA 06:46:24 00:19:34 –
  32. DUPLESSIS (ARG) KTM 06:48:47 00:21:57 –
  33. PATRAO (PRT) KTM 06:49:29 00:22:39 00:01:00
  34. VOGELS (NLD) KTM 06:50:57 00:24:07 00:02:30
  35. VERHOEVEN (NLD) YAMAHA 06:51:33 00:24:43 00:01:00
  36. CABRERA (CHL) KAWASAKI 06:52:29 00:25:39 –
  37. MONLEON (ESP) KTM 06:53:23 00:26:33 –
  38. PIATEK (POL) KTM 06:53:33 00:26:43 –
  39. RENET (FRA) HUSQVARNA 06:54:25 00:27:35 –
  40. SALVATIERRA (BOL) KTM 06:56:10 00:29:20 –
  41. VAN PELT (NLD) HUQSVARNA 06:56:47 00:29:57 00:02:00
  42. GIMENO GARCÍA (ESP) KTM 06:57:35 00:30:45 00:02:00
  43. PABISKA (CZE) KTM 06:59:56 00:33:06 00:01:00
  44. CARDONA VAGNONI (FRI) KTM 07:02:19 00:35:29 –
  45. DE SOULTRAIT (FRA) YAMAHA 07:04:27 00:37:37 00:01:00
  46. RODRIGUEZ (ARG) KTM 07:05:08 00:38:18 –
  47. SOLA TARRADELLAS (ESP) YAMAHA 07:05:54 00:39:04 –
  48. TIMER (FRA) KTM 07:06:09 00:39:19 –
  49. LUCCHESE (ITA) YAMAHA 07:07:03 00:40:13 –
  50. ENGEL (CZE) KTM 07:07:43 00:40:53 00:05:00

Dakar moto – stage 3: Barreda and Honda take action

 

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Honda-HRC official Joan Barreda Bort signs his first victory on the Dakar 2016 (his 14th overall) during the very fast third special drawn between Termas de Rio Hondo and Jujuy (Argentina).

Benavides and Gonçalves, who follow him less than a minute, complete a Honda hat-trick. 

 

In lack of rhythm during the mud of the second stage, Joan Barreda made the powder speak during this third day, followed closely by his teammates in the winged crest.

 

Having started in front following his victory yesterday, the young Toby Price (KTM) was dropped off from the first checkpoint by the "Honda armada", made up of the Spanish Barreda, the Argentinian Benavides and Portuguese Gonçalves. On arrival, the trio of CRF450 Rally is separated by only 52 seconds !

 

KTM official Toby Price, 3rd last year, for his part finished the stage in an anonymous 37th place, 8 minutes behind the leader, plunging to 10th place overall now led by Barreda ahead of Svitko (5th in the stage) and Benavides.

 

Price is not the only one to suffer the demonstration of the Honda riders since Ruben Faria (Husqvarna), second at the start this morning behind the Australian, finished 26th, conceding nearly 6 minutes to the winner of the day. The Portuguese slipped to eighth position in the provisional, almost 4 minutes …

 

The KTM-Husqvarna clan can however take comfort in front of the superb 4th place of Antoine Méo, the five-time world enduro champion converted this year to rally-raid. The French took the opportunity to move up to 13th place overall on his official KTM, two positions ahead of Helder Rodrigues’ factory Yamaha, only 18th in this 3rd stage.

 

Note also the very good performances of two other French: the rookie Adrien Van Beveren, impressive 7th (24th provisionally) just 2min from the winner on his Yamaha and the veteran Alain Duclos (44 years old), ninth on the stage unless 3 minutes on his Sherco and 5th in the provisional.

 

Dakar moto 2016: results and classification of stage 2 (top 50)

 

 

BARREDA BORT (ESP)HONDA02:30:37 

BENAVIDES (ARG)HONDA02:31:0300:00:26 

GONCALVES (PRT)HONDA02:31:2900:00:52 

MEO (FRA)KTM02:31:3000:00:53 

SVITKO (SVK)KTM02:31:3400:00:57 

QUINTANILLA (CHL)HUSQVARNA02:31:5500:01:18 

VAN BEVEREN (FRA)YAMAHA02:32:3900:02:02

FARRES GUELL (ESP)KTM02:32:4900:02:12

DUCLOS (FRA)SHERCO TVS02:32:5800:02:21

WALKNER (AUT)KTM02:33:2900:02:52

PEDRERO GARCIA (ESP)SHERCO TVS02:33:4400:03:07

ARANA (ESP)HUSQVARNA02:33:4800:03:11

BREAD (FRA)KTM02:34:1800:03:41

BOTTURI (ITA)YAMAHA02:34:3300:03:56

METGE (FRA)HONDA02:34:3800:04:01

GYENES (ROU)KTM02:34:3800:04:01

BRABEC (USA)HONDA02:34:4400:04:07

RODRIGUES (PRT)YAMAHA02:34:4800:04:11

JAKES (SVK)KTM02:34:4900:04:12

CERVANTES MONTERO (ESP)KTM02:34:5800:04:21

SANZ (ESP)KTM02:35:1100:04:34

RENET (FRA)HUSQVARNA02:35:1300:04:36

KLYMCIW (CZE)HUSQVARNA02:35:2500:04:48

METGE (FRA)HONDA02:35:3600:04:59

CASTEU (FRA)KTM02:35:3700:05:00

FARIA (PRT)HUSQVARNA02:36:3600:05:59

THIS (ITA)HONDA02:36:3800:06:01

VAYSSADE (FRA)SHERCO TVS02:36:4000:06:03

VILADOMS (ESP)KTM02:36:5900:06:22

CERUTTI (ITA)HUSQVARNA02:37:1300:06:36

MONLEON (ESP)KTM02:37:1700:06:40

PIATEK (POL)KTM02:37:2300:06:46

DUPLESSIS (ARG)KTM02:37:3900:07:02

DE SOULTRAIT (FRA)YAMAHA02:37:4400:07:07

PIZZOLITO (ARG)HONDA02:38:1600:07:39

PATRAO (PRT)KTM02:38:3900:08:02

PRICE (AUS)KTM02:38:4400:08:07

VERHOEVEN (NLD)YAMAHA02:39:0700:08:30

VOGELS (NLD)KTM02:40:1100:09:34

VAN PELT (NLD)HUQSVARNA02:40:1500:09:38

SALVATIERRA (BOWL)KTM02:40:2200:09:45

SOLA TARRADELLAS (ESP)YAMAHA02:40:5200:10:15

CABRERA (CHL)KAWASAKI02:41:2200:10:45

PABISKA (CZE)KTM02:41:3900:11:02

FROM AZEVEDO (BRA)HONDA02:41:4000:11:03

BLYTHE (USA)KTM02:42:3000:11:53

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