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    PaoloMaraziti

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  1. I met @Carnity only this past spring , but I have the impression the number of new joiners is increasing thanks for the great work of the crew and marshals, not difficult to imagine why people want to join this amazing club. Well done to all the girls and boys that make this possible. I sense the drives will be more and more demanded , I have already a repeating alarm at 7:00 PM and every Sunday !
    19 points
  2. Thanks for the great feedback and your enthusiasm @PaoloMaraziti ! We have indeed seen a massive growth, thanks to our trip leads organizing weekly drives, our members setting their alarm clock and showing up with a big smile, and our support teams who are always eager to help and encourage new members. Let's Rock and Roll !
    17 points
  3. Carnity is blessed with passionate, sensible and responsible (very rare mix) of off-roaders, advisors and, leaders, who strongly believe in the community spirit to fuel such exceptional growth. One day we will surely have drives without 7:00 PM ticking alarm.๐Ÿคž
    14 points
  4. I can see lots of drives organized this week 1-ABN, 6 Newbie, 5 Fewbie, 1 Fewbie plus and 3 intermediate drives!!! This shows the growth rate!!!!
    13 points
  5. In addition of all what had been mentioned above , with such exponential growth comes challenges to combat .. and I would say despite any difficulty Carnity offroad club had proved its sustainability and in a time of crises it was the only club performing officially in the desert due to the strict adherence to the authority rules of precaution by all of their members .Definitely behind the scenes were people working silently hard to develop ideas and solutions to be executed SAFELY and this is the real spirit of community. Viva @Carnity cooking is the secret and always there is so
    9 points
  6. Great post @PaoloMaraziti. It's such a nice and supportive atmosphere here and it really is amazing to meet everyone from different geographies and background. This is why we are all in Dubai right!? Am sure the club is, as we speak, cultivating a new breed of desert adventurers and am sure many will be proud to say they started their offroad hobby/sport with Carnity. The professionalism, dedication and "pay it forward" ethos of all marshalls/trip leads and leaders is amazing! I am definitely not a morning person. Now I set my alarm for 3am/3.30am for the Friday morning drives. Witho
    7 points
  7. I bet something is cooking...
    7 points
  8. Dear Desertnauts. As you may have experienced, Lisaili offers a diversity of terrains, with a variety of difficulties. The northern border of the plateau, closest to the pylons' track, can easily go from easy to drive, with long range dunes, to challenging, with tight and low technical dunes. Once well on top of the plateau, in the direction of Lisaili proper, the track usually follows the length of the pylons, until it reaches the camel-drome, and forces an exit on the pylon track itself. We plan to escape Lisaili's treacherous northern border, by entering close to Solar Park (next
    7 points
  9. I also started driving with @Carnitysince Jan when I did my first absolute newbie drive with @Frederic. Since then I've met many more marshals each with their unique drives. I have been blown away seeing the professionalism and dedication. My wife comments how she thinks I'm crazy waking up at ungodly hours with such enthusiasm. Kudos to the carnity leaders, marshals and members!
    6 points
  10. What an amazing drive this was, and with great company too! As soon as we hit the sand, weโ€™re all looking up at the sky. Our entry point had high dunes that forced us to look up to observe our surroundings; our line of sight was vertical instead of horizontal! My two teammates and I started the drive confident; after all we have some experience under our belt and are fairly good drivers. Little did we know that Lorenzo would manage to pull a mischievous bunny out of his hat ๐Ÿ˜‚ Not two minutes into the drive, we could see Lorenzoโ€™s @Lorenzo Candelpergher tires spinning on what lo
    6 points
  11. Amazing drive on Saturday morning @Lorenzo Candelpergher! It was a true intermediate level drive through and through. The terrain was amazing, the drivers were strong and the camaraderie was fantastic. The support team was extremely helpful and ever watchful. The trails and ascents were challenging and exciting. Engines roared, faces smiled, and we went on to enjoy a beautiful drive. As to which drive was better, the Extreme or the Intermediate one, it's impossible to answer. Each drive was great in its own right. This was my kind of weekend! Two fast paced, action packed drives ๐Ÿ˜‚ A
    4 points
  12. @GoutamBesides what others mentioned, Two things to consider are the tire pressure and the momentum: The size of the foot is heavily impacted by the tire pressure. The other thing is to maintain the momentum. Sudden accelerations also impact the grip and can cause the car to lose the tail. I have a technique to keep a steady acceleration by pressing my right foot against the right wall of the cockpit. I think that you handled very well and it never happened at risky moments, but it is something to pay attention (what I would call at work "an improvement opportunity").
    4 points
  13. Congratulations @Paolo Pellegrini๐Ÿ‘
    4 points
  14. Congratulations buddy... @Paolo Pellegrini, enjoy the new level.....๐Ÿ‘โ˜บ๏ธ
    3 points
  15. © 2021 - Mario S. Cornejo

    3 points
  16. Jerome, I promise good footage of your action if you promise clean tracks to follow !
    3 points
  17. Congratulazioni @Paolo Pellegrini. Looking forward to having you in one of my drives!
    3 points
  18. Agree and itโ€™s very good one Beside this what I do especially in side slope , keep my eyes not far no close and rely on the peripheral vision . This makes the neck and shoulder to follow and the foot consequently steady . ๐Ÿ˜‰
    3 points
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  20. Congratulations @Paolo Pellegrini well done
    3 points
  21. Thanks Doc. A lot of interesting things to be learned
    3 points
  22. Congratulations @Alfred Alinazar time to unleash the real power of your LWB Pagero now ๐Ÿ‘
    3 points
  23. 3 points
  24. 3 points
  25. This drive is organized in full compliance with the COVID19 guidelines. We expect every member that joins this drive to go through below information and strictly follow these guidelines in order not to jeopardize someone's health, and to ensure we can keep organizing these drives safely. MUST READ AND TOTALLY AGREE: COVID19 Precautions MUST READ AND TOTALLY AGREE: BAN POST Two Way Radio Guidelines Every Offroader brings his own radio, programmed to the frequencies described in below advice topic. We will not share spare radios or program your
    2 points
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  27. Congratulations @Paolo Pellegrini for reaching the Fewbie Level with Carnity Offroad Club. Looking forward to seeing you growing further and helping others to learn the art of offroading in a safe environment. Please make sure your Carnity user profile is always updated with all the latest Emergency contact details. P.S. Trip lead might deny your participation if you don't have required off-road gear. FEWBIE Drives Attended (Indicative) Minimum 5 Newbie drives are required within last 3 months for Fewbie promotion.
    2 points
  28. Thanks @Danish Mohammadfor the updates, honestly I never thought that noise has something to do with any Plastic, it sounded more like a metal squeak. Thought it was a wheel hub/bearing or a drive shaft issue. Glad you sorted it out and was an easy fix. See you on sand..
    2 points
  29. Congratulations @Abdul Rafay-S for reaching the Fewbie Level with Carnity Offroad Club. Looking forward to seeing you growing further and helping others to learn the art of offroading in a safe environment. Please make sure your Carnity user profile is always updated with all the latest Emergency contact details. P.S. Trip lead might deny your participation if you don't have required off-road gear. FEWBIE Drives Attended (Indicative) Minimum 5 Newbie drives are required within last 3 months for Fewbie promotion.
    2 points
  30. 2 points
  31. @Ahab Shamaa good point about not relaxing over safety. I remember a difficult moment at the end when some of us were trapped in a bowl and it posed a risk when arranging for an orderly exit.
    2 points
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  33. There is not much to add to all that has been already said. I join the chorus to thank @Lorenzo Candelpergher for a great ride. It was fun and allowed me to do some testing to my jeep capabilities. All I can say is that I had so much fun climbing all the dunes and watching the convoy zagging up and down. I cant wait to repeat the experience. My jeep behaved up to the task with no refusals even at some very complex angles. I was surprised about how fluid the drive was, taking into consideration the large number of cars and the complexity of the terrain. Great line selection by @Loren
    2 points
  34. @Paolo Pellegrini congratulations! Well done ๐Ÿ‘
    2 points
  35. @Abdul Rafay-S congratulations and well deserved ๐Ÿ‘
    2 points
  36. Glad it was sorted out @Danish Mohammad, what was the issue?just in case we encountered such thing in future. Hope to see you soon on sand.
    2 points
  37. Thanks @Lakshmi Narasimhan, @Anish S and @Paolo Pellegrini
    2 points
  38. 2 points
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