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Discussion in 'Racing' started by ADK, Sep 12, 2012.
"Fastest Man That Will Plant It"
I think there are a million reasons!
I would honestly think it would be worth it for Stewart to sign-up and ride the 'Q' sessions just so he could see how his Suzuki set-up and speed is compared to his direct competition. Then, he could pack up and watch the race having learned good information.
Baggett out with possible broken wrist.
K dub out with concussion.
Stewart may not be so dumb after all.
I really don't understand why a top rider would take a chance with a race like this, all they can do is lose. They have a really good handle on how to set up a bike and where they stand speed wise. Stay home and give the back markers a chance to make some money.
Baggett really screwed the pooch, he is probably going to have to race east coast lites, he really wanted to race west coast.
Windham will probably be good to go by A1.
The fans? I'm setting here watching the clock, can't wait for the first moto gate to drop.
This car stuff sucks balls.
Yup,the only thing that keeps me paying for this dumb box.
Maybe it will come back on when its show time ?
If I find it somewhere I'll post up.
Opening ceremonies were cool. Carmichael rode the track miked up in his helmet explaining the track while doing whips. Track is killer except can't see the start gate from our seats. WTF?
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2 moto's in a row Dungey can't shift his KTM, WTF!
RV just made the smartest move of the night.
Barcia will be a force this year. He was moving tonight.
Holly Monster Girl ass, Batman
Loved the first moto start,1 gate drops!Barcia is gonna be a force,but is still a wild man.Villopoto's lucky he wasn't hurt,dinged his head a little,gotta be gettin inside his head.All in all the racing was ok,track sucked,a "joker lane":ddog?
Ya, RV is lucky he landed on that tuff block and not concrete... that could have easily been a broken bone. Barcia is fast on a 450... good to see Tomac up there too. The young guns are going to give the old guys fits this year. If not for those KTM shift lever issues, I wonder if Dungey would have won the whole thing. RV would have been tough to catch in that first moto though...he was flying.
>"RV would have been tough to catch in that first moto though...he was flying."
Wonder if that's going to be the new 'normal'. Go fast, fall off, get hurt. Riders in 2nd to 5th place may win the races overall... and the series. Dunno.
Who knows. RV doesn't crash very often, but when he does it seems to be a bad one. Last nights crash seemed real silly... looked like his left hand came off the handlebars and he went down. Last years little tip over in a corner resulted in knee surgery. Dungey seems to the best at riding fast without crashing... but so do these young guys... Barcia and Tomac... I watched a lot of 250 races last year and they didn't seem to crash very often. I always think Reed is getting too old and may have lost his desire to push it past his limit like the young guys, but he always seems to be near the front. Gonna be a good year... just sucks that its over 2 months away...
back in the day we used to have to shift this way..
A Classic already