Joerg Teuchert Thu, 12 May 2022 04:34:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Joerg Teuchert 32 32 ‘Left for dead’ – furious Sunderland father speaks out after his 13-year-old son was hit and run with a motorbike Thu, 12 May 2022 03:57:20 +0000

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Paul Wells, 39, is furious after his son Archie, 13, was hit by a motorbike near Hylton Castle and then left on the side of the road after the biker failed to stop.

Archie was playing football on the adjacent pitch and had gone to collect the ball when the incident happened.

After being helped by bystanders, Archie was taken to hospital where he was treated for a broken nose, a severed forehead requiring stitches and lacerations to his mouth.

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Paul, from Castletown, said: “It’s one thing to have an accident, but it’s the lowest of lows to then leave him lying in the middle of the road. For all they knew, he could have bled to death.

“I think it’s absolutely terrible – despicable.”

However, Paul believes it was “only a matter of time” before an incident of this nature happened.

Archie Wells, 13, after the hit-and-run.

He added: “It has been an ongoing problem in the area with people cycling on pavements and in local fields – if there is a piece of grass they will run over it. More should have been done to solve this problem. »

Confirming the collision, a spokesman for Northumbria Police said: “At approximately 2.15pm on Sunday 8th May, police received a report of a collision involving a motorbike and a pedestrian in the Craigavon ​​area​ ​Road to Hylton Castle, Sunderland.

“Emergency services responded and the 13-year-old pedestrian was taken to hospital with minor injuries. The bikers did not stop at the scene and investigations are underway to find them.

Archie Wells, 13, is receiving treatment in hospital after being involved in a hit-and-run with a motorcycle.

“Runners, or anyone with information, please contact us via the ‘Tell Us Something’ page on our website or by calling 101 quoting log NP-20220508-0581.”

Paul added: “I urge anyone who knows anything, or even the biker involved, to come forward and do the right thing by speaking with the police. In my mind, those who weren’t involved in the collision are just as bad if they’re protecting the person who was.

Van der Poel will not participate in mountain bike events this year Wed, 11 May 2022 07:47:26 +0000

Mathieu Van der Poel has all the skills in mountain biking. But his road team commitments will dominate this season. (Photo: Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool)

After Tom Pidcock’s dominant performance at the UCI XCO World Cup in AlbstadtMTB fans have been expecting a battle between the two biggest all-around riders this season.

With immense abilities in road racing, cyclocross and mountain biking, Tom Pidcock and Mathieu Van Der Poel form a formidable rivalry. But since Pidcock won gold at the Tokyo Olympics, the two haven’t met as often as fans would like, especially at mountain bike events.

the Tokyo Olympics was an unfortunate time for Van der Poel. He was expected to be a serious medal contender, but he crashed badly, hurt your lower back. The injury has blunted some of the Dutch cycling superstar’s potential over the past year.

Mathieu Van der Poel

Mountain bike fans are hoping Van der Poel returns to his off-road rivalry with Tom Pidcock. (Photo: Bartek Wolinski/Red Bull Content Pool)

All About Road Biking – For Now

Recovered and racing at the Giro D’Italia, Van der Poel seems to have regained much of his form. But this season it will focus on cycling Grand Tours rather than mountain bike events.

After the Giro d’Italia, van der Poel will race the Tour de France, before starting his preparations for the UCI Road Bike World Championships in Australia in the spring.

A committed program of Grand Tour and road races leaves little room for the mountain bike events of the UCI XCO World Cup. It’s a shame, because any mountain bike race featuring Van der Poel and Pidcock may be the most exciting rivalry
in all of cycling.

Van der Poel has a point to prove, and his terrible experience at the Tokyo Olympics will no doubt motivate him for the Paris Games in 2024. And that will mean plenty of mountain biking next year.

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New LiveWire S2 Del Mar Billed As Electric Urban Street Tracker (Update) – Roadracing World Magazine Tue, 10 May 2022 18:33:17 +0000

Update: 100 Del Mar Launch Edition models sold out in 18 minutes.


Reservations are open for 100 Del Mar Launch Edition models expected to begin deliveries in Spring 2023

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (May 10, 2022) – LiveWire™ is poised to bring advanced design, technical innovation and engineering expertise to urban riding and beyond, with the S2 Del Mar™ all-electric motorcycle, the first LiveWire model to feature the new S2 architecture. ARROW.

The first 100 units will be built to order and serialized as Del Mar Launch Edition models, which can be reserved now at for expected delivery in Spring 2023.

The 100 Del Mar Launch Edition models will feature an exclusive finish and wheel design and an MSRP of $17,699.

The S2 Del Mar Production will ship immediately after the Launch Edition, with a target MSRP of $15,000.

The S2 Del Mar features a target output of 80 horsepower (59.6 kW) and less than 440 pounds in weight, delivering projected 0-60 mph times of 3.5 seconds or less.

Del Mar city range is targeted at 100 miles.*

Another view of a Del Mar LiveWire S2. Photo courtesy of Harley-Davidson.

“The S2 Del Mar model represents the next step in the evolution of the LiveWire brand,” said Jochen Zeitz, president and CEO of Harley-Davidson. “The ARROW architecture underpinning the Del Mar, developed in-house at LiveWire Labs, demonstrates our ambition to lead in the EV space and establish LiveWire as the most desirable electric motorcycle brand in the world.”

Advanced LiveWire ARROW architecture

LiveWire’s scalable ARROW architecture with proprietary battery, motor, charging and control systems debuts on the Del Mar model and was designed by LiveWire Labs in Mountain View, California. The ARROW architecture is intended to be modular and serves as the central component of the bike’s chassis.

Del Mar is designed to give its rider thrilling performance with a targeted 80 horsepower (59.6 kW), delivering projected 0-60 mph times of 3.5 seconds. The city range should be 100 miles. * The Del Mar model’s goal weight is 440 pounds or less.

An urban street tracker

Del Mar features a street-tracker stance on 19-inch front and rear wheels fitted with custom-developed Dunlop DT1 LiveWire tires equally capable on paved and dirt surfaces. The slim saddle tops a short rear section. A tracker-style handlebar topped with a thin screen puts the rider in an upright position for a comfortable and controlled riding experience.

Launch Edition Template

Only 100 examples of the Del Mar Launch Edition models will be made, with an exclusive finish and wheel design. The graphics and paint – in a choice of Jasper Gray or Comet Indigo – are applied by hand in a process that takes 5 days. The design uses an opposite fade, representing and celebrating both the thrilling and moving experiences of riding LiveWire electric motorcycles. The intricate pattern of the 19-inch PCB cast aluminum wheels evokes the dense pattern and frame found on printed circuit boards. The arched and tapered spoke design promotes lateral stiffness for improved handling performance, while pushing the boundaries of casting technology.

The Del Mar Launch Edition model debuts with an MSRP of $17,699, while the production version is expected to launch with a target MSRP of US$15,000. Delivery of the Launch Edition and production versions of the S2 Del Mar model is scheduled for spring 2023. All LiveWire S2 Del Mar motorcycles will be assembled at Harley-Davidson Vehicle Operations in York, Pennsylvania.

To learn more about the LiveWire S2 Del Mar Launch Edition motorcycle, visit:

*Range estimates are based on expected performance on a fully charged battery and are derived from data from the SAE J2982 range test procedure on a sample motorcycle under ideal laboratory conditions. Your actual range will vary depending on your personal driving habits, road and driving conditions, ambient weather conditions, vehicle condition and maintenance, tire pressure, vehicle configuration (parts and accessories) and vehicle load (load, weight of driver and passenger).

Fun Cup Endurance spotlights Croft this weekend Tue, 10 May 2022 14:49:03 +0000 THERE will be another brilliant mix of sprint and endurance racing in store during the BRSCC’s first visit of the year to Croft Circuit this weekend with the Fun Cup Endurance Championship, the culmination of the another action-packed meeting.

The popular series will again be contested over a four-hour period on Saturday afternoon in a 13-race schedule over the two days with equally large sedan, sports and single-seater races over the weekend.

Croft has been synonymous with the Formula Ford brand over the years since the series’ inauguration in the 1960s and this weekend’s event will see rounds of the Avon Tires National and Northern Formula Ford Championships on both days.

The popular Ford Fiesta is represented with three rounds of the AIRTEC Motorsport Fiesta Championship while the stars of tomorrow will undoubtedly contest the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship in their usual uncompromising action.

One of the biggest grids will be reserved for the Darlington & District Motor Club’s Northern Sports and Saloon Car Championship, which sees an eclectic mix of cars contesting both races on Sunday. Paul Brydon took his BMW M3 to overall victory in the opening round at Oulton Park over Easter, but expect Middlesbrough’s Jack Harper (Triumph Spitfire) and Darlington driver David Cox (Peugeot 205) uphold local honor.

Practices begin at 9.30am on Saturday with the first of three races including the Fun Cup Endurance race starting at 12.55pm while Sunday will see track action from 12pm with the remaining ten races starting at 12.25pm.

Adult admission is just £17 a day with accompanied children aged 15 and under admitted free on both days. There is also free parking and free access to the paddock.

Meanwhile, with less than two months until Croft Circuit hosts the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship on the weekend of June 25-26, advance tickets are still available. Advance adult fares are £15 for Saturday (£17 at the door), £30 for Sunday (£35 at the door) and £40 for a weekend ticket (£47 at the door). door, subject to availability). Prices for 13-15 year olds are £5, £8 and £10 respectively and all accompanied children aged 12 and under are free.

Haslam in Northallerton chat

MOTO racing star Leon Haslam will travel to Northallerton next Tuesday evening to take part in a chat show at the Golden Lion Hotel as the latest guest of the North Yorkshire Road Racing Supporters Club.

The 2018 British Superbike Champion is the son of ‘Rocket Ron’ Haslam and has a host of races around the world in the 500cc Grands Prix as well as the World Superbike Championship, but this season is back in BSB with a VisionTrack Kawasaki.

Alongside Leon are a number of Affinity Academy Kawasaki riders whom Leon, Ron and former racer John Laverty are training for the British Championships this year.

Admission is £15 (members £10) and starts at 8pm.

A date for later in the year will be when four-time Superbike World Champion and ITV I’m a Celebrity star Carl Fogarty visits NYRRSC at the Golden Lion on October 7.

Illegal motorcycles are still a problem in Raymond Terrace – News Of The Area Tue, 10 May 2022 12:12:22 +0000

UNREGISTERED motorcycles are increasingly a problem in Raymond Terrace and especially on the Lakeside Trail.

At the recent Council meeting on April 26, 2022, a report was presented to Councilors on the Council’s management approach.

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Port Stephens Council Assets Section Manager John Maretich said the council is taking a collaborative approach, working with local police to deal with illegal motorbikes.

“NSW Police have recently requested the assistance of Port Stephens Council, neighboring councils and other major landowners such as National Parks and Hunter Water Corporation to try to tackle the activity.

“Currently, the police are running programs including education and monitoring with the aim of reducing illegal motorcycling activities and have requested the assistance of the Council through the collaboration of education, communication and information “, Mr. Maretich said.

Mr Maretich said after reviewing physical barrier options along Lakeside with police, there was an indication it may not have the desired effect due to the trail’s easy access to reserves neighbours.

“When confronted with barriers, illegal cyclists may be forced to enter further into adjacent properties/reserves and still access the trail between the physical barriers.

“Furthermore, the placement of physical barriers can lead to risky behavior by illegal cyclists on the road network, which raises further concerns and risks for the public and legal drivers on our road network,” said Mr. Maretich.

Port Stephens Council said it would continue to work with police to reduce illegal motorcycling activity.

Port Stephens Hunter Police District believe this combined illegal motorcycle program will provide a better outcome than spending funds on barrier options there.

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Scott’s new time trial bike spotted at Giro d’Italia Mon, 09 May 2022 11:44:36 +0000

A new Scott time trial bike made its WorldTour debut on Stage 2 of the 2022 Giro d’Italia.

Ridden by Team DSM overall classification hopefuls Romain Bardet and Thymen Arensman, the new bike combines deep, truncated aero tube shapes with lowered seatstays and an aero seatpost.

The front of the bike tapers to a narrow point on the leading edge, and all brake cables and hoses are routed internally through the handlebars and into the frame.

It bears more than a passing resemblance to many other recently released time trial bikes, such as the Merida Time Warp TT, Canyon Speedmax CFR Disc TT and Specialized S-Works Shiv TT Disc.

All of these bikes are designed to optimize aerodynamics within the strict technical regulations set by cycling’s world governing body, the UCI, while being light and nimble enough for ever-increasing time trial courses. more hilly and technical than you find in WorldTour races.

Scott’s unique time trial bike combines large truncated aero tube shapes with an integrated cockpit and disc brakes.
Tim de Waele/Getty Images

Disc brakes and new cockpit

As expected, the new bike also uses disc brakes, with Team DSM riders using the latest Dura-Ace C60 front wheel and RT-MT900 rotors from Shimano’s new Dura-Ace R9200 groupset, combined with calipers from brake from the previous Dura-Ace R9100. band.

The bike also appears to have a highly adjustable integrated cockpit, with carbon aero extensions that can be adjusted for height, angle and length.

The carbon aero extensions appear to use split spacers that allow length adjustment without disconnecting any cables.
Tim de Waele/Getty Images

Typically, time trial specialists have turned to third-party manufacturers, such as Wattshop and AeroCoach, for integrated aero extensions. These can deliver ergonomic and aerodynamic performance that surpasses that of the standard 22.2mm round aero extensions.

It looks like Scott has found a way to incorporate at least some of these improvements into their stock design, while still maintaining a wide range of adjustability to accommodate different riders.

Since previous Scott Plasmas often used cockpits made by Profile Design, it is possible that this new cockpit is of the same origin.

The unbranded armrests, for example, look a lot like Profile Design’s Race armrests.

The front end is clean and tidy, as you’d expect from WorldTour time trial bikes.
Tim de Waele/Getty Images

Is it the Scott Plasma 6 TT?

As it stands, we don’t have a name for this new bike.

It does not appear on the List of UCI approved framesetsperhaps indicating that the bike we spotted is still in development.

The large amount of armrests used by each rider might suggest that Scott doesn’t have the new bike available in all sizes just yet.
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That only Bardet and Arensman rode it, and that both rode frames that were – depending on how much armrest stack was added – on the short side for riders their size, suggests that Scott only has a limited number of these framesets available, not in every size.

Alternatively, given the tough course profiles of the two Giro d’Italia 2022 time trials, it’s possible that both riders simply opted to ride on smaller-than-normal frames in search of weight savings. marginal weights (Bardet was even riding an unpainted frame—a weight-saving trick we often see on dedicated hill-climb bikes).

Bardet rode an unpainted version of the new bike, presumably to keep the weight of the bike as low as possible.
Stuart Franklin/Getty Images

Since the current UCI legal time trial bike in Scott’s catalog is the Plasma 5, and the Plasma 4, Plasma 3, Plasma 2 and the original Plasma preceded it, we might reasonably expect it to be the Plasma 6.

The only problem with this logic is that the Scott Plasma 6 already exists, in the form of a non-UCI legal triathlon bike.

Scott’s Plasma 6 is definitely not UCI legal.
Jochen Haar/Scott

Could Scott follow a similar naming convention as some other manufacturers and just add a ‘TT’ suffix to the name of their UCI legal TT bike (as Canyon and Specialized have done with the Speedmax CFR and S -Works Shiv Disc, respectively), what makes it the Scott Plasma 6 TT?

We have reached out to Scott to ask for details on this new bike and will update this article if we receive any new information.

Josh Brookes eyes North West 200 shock after taking over PBM Ducati race vacated by Michael Dunlop Sun, 08 May 2022 19:02:00 +0000

The Aussie rider has been given an unexpected nod to race the Ducati Panigale MCE in Superbike racing after Michael Dunlop’s shock split from Paul Bird’s team.

Dunlop made the bombshell announcement last month at the official launch of the TT, and the Bird team owner turned to Brookes to fill the void.

The 39-year-old, based in Bedfordshire, last raced in the North West in 2014 when he finished second in the Superbike race behind Dunlop. Brookes also set a lap record on the Milwaukee Yamaha R1 on his final lap.

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Josh Brookes on the MCE Ducati Panigale. The Australian rider will return to the North West 200 in Superbike racing for the first time since 2014.

It was an impressive performance from the Australian, who had only made his NW200 debut a year earlier for the Tyco Suzuki team of Northern Ireland.

And despite his long absence, Brookes doesn’t think he’ll be far ahead at Saturday’s two Superbike races on the 8.9-mile ‘Triangle’ course, where Carrickfergus man Glenn Irwin is aiming a fifth consecutive victory in the blue. riband class on a Honda Racing UK Fireblade.

Three of Irwin’s four straight Superbike victories came on Ducati machines for Bird’s team in 2017 and 2018.

“I have full confidence in the bike and in the team, and even though I haven’t ridden there since 2014, remember I almost won the Superbike race and set a new lap record at the era,” Brookes said.

“So our expectations are high and I’m really looking forward to it and seeing the fans again after the past two years.

“We hadn’t originally planned to race the North West 200 under my agreement with PBM and the MCE Ducati Racing Team this year, but it was a pleasant last minute surprise when the opportunity arose. is presented.

“The question everyone asks is how competitive the Ducati MCE will be on the NW200 track and that’s a question I can’t answer until I’ve ridden it.

“But I have no reason to believe that we can’t do well, or really well in fact. The Ducati is known for being fast and even if we are a few tenths short in BSB, I don’t think that will be a problem with the very nature of the event,” he added.

“I have spent many years living in Northern Ireland so it will be good to see some familiar faces and hopefully the weather will be good and we can get all the expected track time.”

Brookes and former Superbike World Champion Tom Sykes lead the MCE Ducati team in the British Superbike Championship.

The North West will be a unique race for Brookes, with the team stressing there are no plans to contest the TT with the Australian, who last raced on the Isle of Man with Norton in 2018.

The addition of Brookes adds spice to an already stellar Superbike lineup, which also includes big names such as Peter Hickman, Dean Harrison, James Hillier, Alastair Seeley, Conor Cummins, Davey Todd, Michael Rutter, John McGuinness, Ian Hutchinson, Lee Johnston and Richard Cooper.

Roads close for the opening practice sessions on Tuesday May 10 from 9:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. as the event returns in anger for the first time since 2019.

Don’t keep turning on Tuesday (May 10) for a special eight-page NW200 preview.

How to get Katana and Motorcycle in Emerald Tower event? Sun, 08 May 2022 06:47:29 +0000

Free Fire Emerald Power M1887 – Emerald Tower Event: Whenever it comes to bringing new events with new rewards to the game, Free Fire never compromises with players. Developers are constantly creating new incentives and events that include these rewards. Players plan to get these incentives in order to maximize their in-game account collection.

Meanwhile, a new in-game event has begun, with three exclusive Legendary Grand Prizes up for grabs. The event is called the Free Fire Tower event and, as the name suggests, the rewards are scattered across different levels of the tower. This article will provide you with a step by step way to get the Free Fire Emerald Power M1887 skin and other Emerald Tower event goodies.

Free Fire Emerald Tower Event – Get Emerald Power M1887 Skin & More Rewards

The Free Fire Emerald Tower event started on May 8 and will run until May 14, presumably for a limited time. During the duration of the event, players will be able to spin and receive goodies. They can choose between two spin options: a single spin costs 20 diamonds, or ten subsequent spins cost 180 diamonds.

The Free Fire Emerald Tower event, like the majority of the others, depends entirely on chance. The main feature of this event is Legend Tokens, which can be used to change event prizes. The prize pool for this event contains Legend Tokens, Luck Royale Vouchers, Character Shards, Weapon Crafts, EXP Cards, Pet Food, and more. By spinning, players have a chance to get this token based on luck.

How to get Free Fire Emerald PowerM1887 skin in Emerald Tower event?

The top prizes of the Free Fire Emerald Tower event are as follows:

  • Emerald Power M1887 Skin
  • Katana – Emerald Power
  • Motorcycle – Emerald Shimmer

3 Legend tokens are needed for Free Fire Emerald Power M1887 skin, 2 Legend tokens are needed for Katana Emeral Power and 1 Legend token is needed for Emerald Shimmer Motor Bike skin. The normal prizes from these event spins can be used to do spins in addition to the diamond spins. To fire a tower, use three items obtained by spinning in the Free Fire Emerald tower event.

After collecting 3 Legend Tokens, players can manually claim the Emerald M1887 skin, Moto skin, and Katana skin. The Free Fire Emerald Power M1887 skin from the Emerald Tower event has attributes with a double increase in fire rate, a single increase in reload speed and a single decrease in movement speed.

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Consett Golf Club hit by ‘joyriding yobs’ on electric motorbikes Fri, 06 May 2022 17:33:00 +0000 A COUNTY Durham sports club has been vandalized after ‘yobs’ on an electric motorbike caused extensive damage to its green spaces.

Taking to social media on Thursday morning May 5, Consett & District Golf Club confirmed that vandals had targeted one of their greens with a motorbike the previous evening, leaving large scorch marks on and around the course and burning tire tracks in the fairways.

Despite doing its best to repair the damage itself, the golf club, based on Elmfield Road, apologized to its members and online visitors for any inconvenience after withstanding the damage caused by the “little cherubs”.

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In a statement, the golf club said: “We are disappointed to say the least this morning, thank you to the two little cherubs for damaging the fourth green on your electric motorcycles.

“We have done our best to repair the damage, so hopefully the disruption will be at a minimum. Apologies.”

Here are some photos of the vandalism:

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Pictures: Consett & District Golf Club.

This is not the first time the golf club has become the target of anti-social behavior.

Consett and District Golf Club officials had to clean up the mess and account for losses to its funds caused by nighttime intrusions, Dec. 11, 2020, after a confessed alcoholic broke into a golf club twice in a matter of minutes. hours to steal alcohol.

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Razgatlioglu “disappointing” in the first races Fri, 06 May 2022 12:49:13 +0000

Defending WSBK champion Razgatlioglu failed to score a win in the first two rounds of the year at Aragon and Assen last month, struggling to keep pace with Kawasaki’s Jonathan Rea and the returnee from Ducati Alvaro Bautista.

Razgatlioglu had already dropped 27 points from the championship lead before the final race in Assen, where an accident with arch-rival Rea in 2021 forced both drivers to retire.

Now facing a whopping 45-point deficit in the riders’ standings to Bautista, Razgatlioglu needs a strong result in Portugal to get his championship challenge back on track and defend Yamaha’s first WSBK title in over a decade. .

Razgatlioglu’s manager and five-time Supersport world champion Sofuoglu has admitted the 25-year-old’s results have so far fallen short of expectations, but hopes the changes they have since agreed will give the desired results.

“As for the season, with Toprak, I can’t say that we started the season the way we wanted or hoped,” Sofuoglu told the official WSBK website. “We are a bit disappointed.

“Honestly, we sat down with Toprak and checked what we do, what we did and how every part of our life, training and mentality. I think we weren’t right , and Toprak decided to make some changes.

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Razgatlioglu did not claim a victory until the ninth race of his winning campaign in 2021 at Misano, where Pirelli presented a new SCX qualifying tire that better suited the Yamaha rider.

However, early evidence suggests the competition this year is much tougher than in 2021, with Bautista in particular emerging as a tougher rival than his predecessor Scott Redding on an upgraded Ducati bike.

Explaining the changes Razgatlioglu has made ahead of the May 20-22 Estoril Round, Sofuoglu said: “In general, every practice, way of life, way of mentality, and I think we will have a Toprak different in Estoril.

“I will be there to support Toprak because we have to win. There have been six races and he still hasn’t been able to win anything, and he is world champion, we have to win. Now we are building very well for the next round.