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Guy Cooper made it the hard way under the radar without much support even after he made it to the pros. He didn't make as big a splash as many others once getting there but earned his 125 national championship and several other top series finishes. He ... more »
450 Dungey Musquin Baggett 250 Savatgy Smith Craig
Capable of winning on any given drop of the gate, as are a select few others. Probably top four barring some bad luck.
This guy just keeps on playing dumb games with no consequences. It's about time for a current version of whack the mole ala 1986 with Muammar Gaddafi.
450 1. Dungey 2. Musquin 3. Baggett 250 1. Osborne 2. Savatgy 3. Martin
Yeah, as I check again you are correct. Can't even blame it on being under the influence.
Yeah posted that in the other thread, this should be interesting. Wish they would have just left it alone but it's not my barbecue, and I'm happy to be here.
Hmmmmmm...... This should be interesting with the new rules implemented befoe this round we finally get an overall winner again along with separate winners in both classes.
450 1. Dungey 2. Baggett 3. Tomac 250 1. Cianciarulo 2. Savatgy 3. Osborne
Good to see some good news in that mess, hoping for nothing but good news in the healing process and future for all invloved. That's one tough group of folks and they're all really good people. Seems they've had more than their fair share of setbacks. ... more »
I hope Reed gets a win or two more, my response wasn't dogging Reed in any way. As I've stated several times lately it's more exciting to watch him mixing it up closer to the front. You really do have an issue with my posting in Reed threads don't you!
Tomac found some lucky magic rocks from the Rockies, in fact way luckier than any of Reed's native homeland versions, that's all. Tomac ain't skeered of nothin.