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On another note. The track itself is awesome! And the 450's are hauling ass. And so are the Euro's.
Thanks for another great video Micheal. Nothing fancy, just one of the very top badasses putting in another day of work. Dungey is a machine.
I thought the video was good! And it showed firsthand BB's prep going into Daytona. The guy is on it and I love the fact that he is betting on himself the way he has with his ranch. Like I said earlier, putting the hammer down on a factory 450 on that ... more »
That track is nasty and I can't imagine riding a factory 450 for a good 25 min moto. Ouch. But Blake is hauling and is a definite podium threat right this weekend.
I don't understand all of this Mookie fever. He is clearly not prepared to be in this class despite having nothing but time to get ready. Maybe that is why he doesn't have a ride. Hard work will beat talent when talent doesn't work hard. Mookie, meet ... more »
Great choice Andy, Any parent will tell you the same and time as we all know is a very limited currency. If anyone has the choice to continue a great career and stay at home as much as possible, we all take it. Congrats on the new gig and great work ... more »
Looks a lot better than last year, which was the worst daytona track ever.
He is over it boys and girls. No fairytale story here. It's been a hell of a career.
Dungey might be the most complete package we have seen in our sport. The guy is humble, personable, works his ass off, wins, and is beyond consistent. Some of you knuckleheads remind me of the following quote, "Some people will try to find what's wrong ... more »
Great vid and great rep for our sport.
There is a tipping point to everything, and this would be the tipping point for our sport. If the manufacturers can't see that the outdoors is the critical piece to continued exposure and growth to our sport then the sport begins to die. And as far as ... more »
Ringo, Give it a rest man. UpTiTe knows his shit on here and anyone who has been around this place for awhile knows it. Its getting old. I might disagree with him a little on the impact of a guy like Aldon and his impact on a rider's results, but he ... more »
Totally agree, and he has youth on his side. Isn't he only 24? Sure he has had a bad run of injuries but very few riders haven't had this at some point. Not only that but he worked his ass off after 2 consecutive knee injuries to get back to form. Wilson ... more »
The racing has been freaking awesome! Can't wait to watch this last one. Plus the 250E starts next week. This si been once of the best starts to a season in a long time.
I too do not understand the rush to see guys retire. It can't be just because they aren't winning races every weekend. Its hard to win and if one guy does dominate for awhile, if everyone else retired simply because of that, then who are they going to ... more »
I totally agree. His ability to show flashes of speed sure has kept him employed, but his body of work in terms of consistency since 09 has been modest over this period of time.
John this truly blows and I am so sad to hear about this, but as other have said, based on your character and drive you will get after this injury and kick its ass.
Don't sell the 250-I did and regret it constantly. Easy to sell, hard to get back. But get the 350 if you have the dough. It gets nothing but rave reviews.
Name: Ken Age: 54 Began riding: Age 8 Favorite rider(s): Roger DeCoster, although Heikki Mikkola was Roger's nemesis, I had a great deal of respect for him. Later on John Dowd and RC. Currently Dungey but respect everyone who makes it to the gate as ... more »
Awesome for Deano. Now if he would just ride for Canada at the Nations.......And Bobby Hewitt and Husky is full class here for Pourcel. Rare in this sport to be sure.