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Discussion in 'Racing' started by ADK, Sep 12, 2012.
Roczen in LCQ
I'll bet he never pulls off to save energy again.
Didn't expect that one.
40 points will be eaten up quick tonight.
Reed in the LCQ
I hope he remembers that "head of the pack" feeling and brings it to the outdoors. For at least one more win.
Wow. Great races.
Yeah, wtf, he should have steam rolled this championship.
'Grat to RV on his third title. It would be 4 in a row if he didn't hurt his knee in'10.
and thats that. awesome race. You know those 3 were moving when they're lapping Chad Reed. :eek1 great racing. Can't wait to go to an outdoor national and see the crowd give it up for Milsapps he really upped his game to be able to give someone like RV a run for his money. awesome. Dungey had the nice holeshot right up the left side and tight around the inside he just couldn't make it stick for a few laps. those whoops really were the whole race everything else seemed just a prelude to. loved RV's black helmet with the green flake. very cool. there is also no doubt that monster energy can is EMPTY!
I bet The Man had a talking to him after that one.
Tomac has kept him in it though...
hat was crazy. Roczen had some bad luck and tomac just looked off and couldn't capitalize on it. He must have ruined himself by riding a 450. Lol
Reed also looked off or was just not trying hard. The top three would drive in and out of our corner. When reed came through it looked like he was on a Sunday ride.
It was amazing to see how fast they come into the corner and how early they get back to wfo. The back of the pack, who are still extremely fast, look like a bunch of noobs. Lots of brakes in, slow through the middle and on it when they are almost straight. And they look like they are working three times harder.
Crazy how slow pro's make mortals look.
Now bring on motocross in Aug.
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Villopoto is the man, he had everything to lose while Millsapps and Dungey it was win or die and they just couldn't get him.
Did anyone get the feeling that RV was not pushing the ragged edge like the other two because they would get pretty close but never enough to get the door open for the pass. He knows how and when to get business done and thats why he's a 3 peat.
I got the feeling that every time the three rider train came up on a lapper that the lapper would yield to what they thought was one rider coming through and didn't realize that there were two more right behind him, thus screwing things up.
There was one lapper (ignoring the blue) that I thought the flag man was going to clothesline the idiot with his flag in an attempt to get him to yield. What a douche. This was after RV had went through and he saw what was going on.
Yup, Milsaps is the real deal alright. His pass of RV in the heat was sick!
Start of the race and the end of Dungey and Millsap's chances.
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Who was saying RV's heart isn't in it? H didn't need to win last night but he did just to show who's the boss.
It was like Dungey didn't know what to do with the lead.
He certainly had the speed mid-race.
I think they were all running as hard as they could, just with the track being somewhat one-lined there was nothing left. Maybe through the whoops but they could not get close enough. I think R.V. would have preferred a little more gap on second. Nice mistake-free race by the top 3!
Nice job by Jason Anderson,tho you wouldn't know it by Speed's coverage of the sketchy ride by Tomac.And I hope Roczen wins the title but,WHAT A DOUCHE! WTF?:huhHell of a battle in the 450's,Sheheens still an assbag.
what is Sheheen doing wrong? not my favorite announcer but not bad. Erin needs replacing with somebody younger/cuter.
if nothing else he is enthusiastic. the biggest problem with the broadcasts is that the announcers aren't always in sync with the action on screen. last night particularly. at the end of the day I can live with Sheheen and I will second Erin needs to either move on or be less dramatic and show a little more respect and empathy when interviewing riders who've just had serious mishaps. this isn't wrestling.