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On top of putting your family in debt in legal fees and throwing your life away. It's beyond fucking stupid.
RR22 1995. /thread.
There's this thing called progress...
Wishful thinking from the Dungey faithful. When the series moves East, Kenny is really going to show who's boss.
Next they will complain about how it's arrogant to win all the time.
MC was pretty damn good outdoors in '95-'96, the only 2 years he truly applied himself. RC gets credit for changing the way riders approach the sport with their training, but in reality it was MC in '96 that took his training to a level that matched ... more »
I know weird shit can happen at A1, but Kenny dominates this series barring injury.
A bit eerie. It's like a motocross version of Chernobyl.
Yup and I guarantee this is no surprise to anyone in the know. Beasley has been "on the ropes" for a while now.
Happy Birthday, Bubs! You are truly 1 of 1.
125 - Stewart 250 - Stewart 450 - Tomac (Honda) ^The fastest I've witnessed. I remember back in '05 when 259 returned from injury at the Orlando SX. He was amazingly faster and more dialed in than both RC and Reed. Corner speed like I had never seen ... more »
This is Roczen's time. Injury is the only thing that will keep him from the '17 SX/MX title.
I'd take a C6 ZR1 or a Viper GTS/TA/ACR over an R8 any day! A used Lexus LFA as well.
Technology is a wonderful thing. Doctors have made massive strides in spinal cord injuries over the past 10 years. Who knows what the next 5 could bring. Hang in there, Jesse. I believe you will walk again.
And he's a better SX rider than them all.
MC wasn't the most humble fella in his younger days either.
Rivalries are what's currently missing in this sport. No more Stanton/Bayle, Rock/Kiedrowski-type feuding. A sport full of Dungey's is boring. Embrace the chaos!