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Discussion in 'Racing' started by ADK, Sep 12, 2012.
Yeah, that too!
talk about a pair to beat 3 of a kind.
I knew J Hansen when he was a 16 years old and his Dad, Josh he was a good kid than, I'm not sure when he went sideways but JH and JL hanging probably not so Bueno
I'll be at the races tonight - high up in the nosebleeds but with a fun crew of friends.
It rained Thurs and Fri but today is totally clear and the sun is out. Should make for great soil and an awesome race!
Arena Cross live from Penn. at 9:30 est and then Supercross at 10:30 on Direct TV. What a great night for the wife to be out of town.
Don't forget Live broadcast of Qualifying this afternoon.
Not real exciting but fun to watch.
Usually gives an interesting perspective on the tracks too.
connected the computer to the big tv , watching practice
Good race but with one minor crash and a little passing. I thought RV would move up?
RV has not really been on his game these last two races. They didn't show him much but watching the timing across the top of the screen it would seem like he was fixing to start forward then he would actually lose a place. Kind of strange.
Another good race!!
Milsaps! What can I say, I shouldn't be surprised anymore...but I still am
Nice to see Dungey get on the box again!
Ya, Villipoto is all over the map...I think he's trying too hard and not letting it flow?
I thought that the track was terrible with virtually no place for the guys to pass.
It was great to see Windham throw out an opening transfer and good to hear him on the mike.
Milsaps isn't the surprise anymore. He is the real deal.
Reed had the speed to reel him in but made a dumb error. Have all of rReed's crashes been in right hand turns?
Speaking of which.......can we please see an off-camber sometime this season?
Those two turns around the tuff-block thrown out there bugged me too.
I'm pleased for Millsaps.
Yeah RV seems to be on or off.
This is turning into 2 wheeled NASCAR.Looked like Reed was the"favorite" to win last night till he tucked the front.Little or no passing,the only positive I get from any of this season is injuries have been scarce,I hope this trend continues till we get outdoors!On a positive note,Windam did a decent job his first time in the booth.
I fell asleep after the 250 main and woke up to Milsapps on the podium.
Davalos was really smart after he crashed to stay where he was and not try to move left or right. Roczen must be drinking those energy drinks he's gotten really fucking fast. Stewarts pass for first in his heat race was sweet. Nie job by Cole Seeley standing on the other rider. what a dick.
Have enjoyed watching Millsaps success this year. Big props to him for another W!
Crazy coincidence that just a few days ago we were discussing here red flags and that line up/restart procedure and last nite we see it happen. Any word on the rider that went down hard enough to cause a red flag? OK I hope.
>"RV has not really been on his game these last two races. They didn't show him much but watching the timing across the top of the screen it would seem like he was fixing to start forward then he would actually lose a place. Kind of strange."
Moved up to 4th, started to challenge for 3rd... then fell down. I think he was riding 'over the edge'. I guess its probably something you gotta do when you want to win from a mid-pack start.
CBS just ran a one hour special on RV from noon till one.
I think Aldon Baker is a lot of hooey.
care to elaborate ?