The show must go on! Just one week after the race Val di Sole (Italy), second round of World Cup 2012, the best interpreters of the downhill World have already reached Fort William (Scotland). This weekend, in fact, there will be the third leg of World Cup downhill track and the Scottish Ben Nevis will once again be the theater of fantastic duels and epic battles.
Fort William can be considered the “temple” downhill of the International. The air you breathe at the foot of the mountain's highest United Kingdom is something of unparalleled, that you can not perceive in any location. Fan, fans, just curious and lovers of the mountain each year flock to the Scottish track to form a unique environment in which the rider cup will show in the next few days. Pending, Feast your eyes on this video last year.
The race Val di Sole has cleared all the gaps between the two contenders. Greg Lover (Santa Cruz Syndicate) and Aaron Gwin (Trek World Racing) are in fact paired 450 points nell'overall World Cup. Gwin after a wonderful Italian benefit is definitely determined and motivated to be repeated in Scotland. Lover wants to ransom; The South African won last year the Scottish stage and the track, congenial to him, he has always seen in the top positions. So if the last week Italy We witnessed a spectacular race prepared to relive the same emotions even this weekend. As always you can follow the race live on the web by connecting at live.redbull.tv. The live broadcast will begin starting at 3:15 (EST) Sunday 10 June.
The Scottish Path, of 2,82 kilometers and 555 meters in altitude, is one of the most physical of the season. In Scotland need to win good driving skills but also a lot of strength in the quadriceps. This year the track is largely the same as last season except the last part that has been revised and redesigned at this event. In the first video helmet camera the path created by Dan Stanbridge (Dirt Norco) during the stage 2012 of’Halo British Downhill Series. In the second however is how will the new part of track Fort Bill.