I’m quite happy to see some interest around the photo stories.
The relief of the crew after the border crossing… Yes, I would say we also had a good time during the thousand hours of driving.
When I was packing my bag I checked the weather forecast and it looked like we were going to hit a proper autumn, in the reality we’ve been lucky and for the most we had sunny days.
The two houses we had in MSA had a lot of space, allowing the team members to have some “private” space after the long travel.
When we’re traveling overseas the teams operate slightly differently: in this case mechanics had to adapt and find a good space where to work.
On the way back to the house we also collected a random south african guy that had a quick stop in New York.
Could it be MSA without a team race at the karts?
Can you guess who was the fastest on the course?
When Charlie sees a camera around he never stops…
XCC race day.
Ok, not too many riding pics here… I guess most of them were already used by the riders and the Company.
What is Kenta doing with a mattress? Well, I already told you that when we’re overseas we have to adapt. Just scroll the pics to see the result. … And yes, the mattress made it back to the house safe and sound.
During this week the riders pushed the training as late as possible.
The weather forecast for Sunday was quite poor, so it didn’t make sense to prepare for a dry course.
Charlie also managed to make new friends.
Bye bye Mont Sainte Anne, it’s always a pleasure to spend time in this place!
Job done, time for another shift behind the steering wheel.
Can you guess where we were heading?
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