Team Chile

Support for Team Chile, and driver Eliseo Salazar

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Team Chile - Eliseo Salazar

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How Eliseo was able to fix the 327 - Complete History 4 Replies

Eliseo was able to fix the left rear wheel broken caliper and bring 327 safe to home.Another chilean team navigator asist him and Steve!!Complete history here:…Read More

Started by Gerardo. Last reply by ivanspeed Jan 4, 2011.

#327 Penalized, but still in Top 30 2 Replies

According toó otros valiosos minutos cuando fue penalizado por exceso de velocidad, en una zona que era de 50 km/h y se pasó a 60 km/h por…Read More

Started by Gerardo. Last reply by andy pompura Jan 3, 2011.

La primera etapa desde el sitio web de actualización de Eliseo Un gran resultado obtuvo Eliseo Salazar al finalizar 29º en la etapa que comprendió las ciudades de Victoria y Córdoba, en la República…Read More

Started by 7gason7 Jan 2, 2011.

Crew Staff & Eliseo food poisoning? 4 Replies

According cooperativa, emol & Radio BioBio …Read More

Started by Gerardo. Last reply by MerlotMax Jan 2, 2011.

Salazar co-driver Steve LaRoza 1 Reply

Here is a blog for Eliseo Salazar's co driver Steve LaRoza Follow STEVE LAROZA HERE !Read More

Started by TOG. Last reply by MerlotMax Dec 30, 2010.

Welcome back to our Chilean Friends!! 1 Reply

Glad to be back with our friends. Please update us on any local info you gather. We are excited to have a driver as skilled as Eliseo on the team.

Started by 7gason7. Last reply by Gerardo Dec 29, 2010.

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Comment by jack on January 1, 2010 at 9:16am
Just a gee-wiz question... Is Team Chile part of Team Gordon or it's own team that just paid for hummer to be built by RG offroad?

I guess what I'm asking is if they would stop on the course to help Robby if it was needed?
Comment by TOG on December 31, 2009 at 5:40pm
Team Chile has passed scruteneering. Next stop, stage 1
Comment by luis Andrade on December 31, 2009 at 2:01pm
Tomorrow: star the great year for the rally dakar team hummer and Happy new year for all the hummers
Comment by al adame on December 31, 2009 at 12:16pm
go robby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by Clance' McClannahan on December 31, 2009 at 11:25am
Right now it is 8:23 AM PST and it is 2:23 PM in Argentina. 6 hours difference PST. You guys figure out your own time zones...Hard enough to keep track of mine!
Ahora es el 8:23 PST y es el 2:23 P.M. en la Argentina. 6 horas de diferencia PST. ¡Usted los individuos imagina sus propias zonas horarias… difícilmente bastante para no perder de vista los míos!
Comment by Cesar Fulgeri on December 31, 2009 at 9:29am
Tremendo equipooooooooooo Gooooo Robby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gooooooo Carlo!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by Jaci on December 31, 2009 at 8:19am
I think Argentina and Chile are only 2 hours ahead of us in the Eastern Time Zone and 5 ahead of the Western.
Comment by 1splat on December 30, 2009 at 11:19pm
Planetrobby is better than Rosetta Stone....I can learn a new language, but only learn the "good stuff"! GAS ENCENDIDO!!
Comment by Clance' McClannahan on December 30, 2009 at 10:30pm
Comment by 1splat on December 30, 2009 at 10:26pm
Ah, I can sleep when I am dead....its only 17 days....up all night, sleep all day...Gas On...Monster Energy, Chile, and Vanguard....its HUMMER time!
What a great team and a great place to race!

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