La Carrera Panamericana is entering its second day (Dias Dos) and the historic racecars are on the road through the Sierra Madres heading toward the day's final destination at Puebla, Mexico. The adrenaline spike occurring on Qualifying Day saw five racecars "off-roading" it; one vehicle flipped and damaged almost beyond recognition. Dias Uno started with two Ducati motorcycles leading the pack; a first for La Carrera Panamericana. By the end of day, another five racecars had missed navigating the mountain corners and curves which swiftly drove them to ditch diving or worse.

Today, the race continues....

For daily (on the road) reporting and photos, check out the following blogs and FaceBook pages:

Blogs covering the race:
http://johntipler.co.uk/blog/
http://www.funksterwtf.blogspot.com/
http://martinstaxi.com/
http://www.lscheller.blogspot.com/
http://wheeled-and-rolling.blogspot.com/
http://usa476.com/
 
Pro photographers following the race in a Toyota Land Cruiser!!

 Ranachilanga radio flyer drag 3
http://www.facebook.com/#!/ranachilangaphoto
http://www.laranfla.tk/

Lucha_Libre_Racing  

Ranachilanga_photos_Flickr/

Ranachilanga.blogspot.com/

 

For those who'd like to follow Ducati's Carlin Dunne and Roland Brown's first experience in La Carrera Panamericana, click on the following links:

Ducati_usa.com/news/la_carrera_panamericana_2011

http://motorsportsnewswire.wordpress.com/tag/la-carrera-panamerican...

http://ducati.kontain.com/ducati/entries/71372/la_carrera_panameric...

The photograph of Ducati at the Starting Arch in Huatulco courtesy of Ducati website news, La Carrera Panamericana 2011.

For reminders where to find these links: http://roadrallyrhythms.typepad.com

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