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SuMo challenge Brazil - Barros, Gibernau - November 30, 2010, 11:50 AM


Last weekend at the Ayrton Senna kart track in Brazil, took place the Bahia Desafio Internacional Supermoto challenge with some retired racing glories taking part like Alex Barros, Sete Gibernau (itís nice to see that he has something other than Spanish showgirl Laura Barriales on his mind) and a generation of young Brazilian riders including Alex Barros 16-year old son Lucas.
Both heats were won by Rafael Fonseca, Brazilís own motocross and supermoto champion and unfortunately for Barros, he crashed out on the first turn of the first lap, causing the race to be red flagged. Barros picked a disclocated left collarbone from his fall.


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Crash right off the start would suck. Oh wait...

Looks like good asphalt. The dirt section at summit is a lot nicer than theirs, but they have better tarmac than us.


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but they have better tarmac than us.
well it is Ayrton Senna's track....

arguably best driver ever...


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arguably best driver ever...
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Facts will dispute that. Senna died in '94 yet God still needed a driver so he took Earnhardt in '01.


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there you go again, attaching physical artifacts to metaphysical issues....


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