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Pourcel wants u to Decide his future

CocaineCrazy

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8/2/2012 12:17 PM

Check out his Facebook he posted a poll asking USA Mx/Sx 2013 or Europe Mx1 i personally voted for USA 2013 hope u decide right have fun

Lawrence929

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8/2/2012 12:40 PM

The decision isn't up to us. It's up to Benjamin.

FlickitFlat

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8/2/2012 12:43 PM

Lawrence929 wrote: The decision isn't up to us. It's up to Benjamin.

Do you mean like this?
http://www.forecasts.org/euro.htm

Lawrence929

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8/2/2012 12:49 PM

muGz.147

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8/2/2012 1:11 PM

Does he screw his mechanic out of bonuses in Europe too...or does he just do that here?

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burn1986

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8/2/2012 1:34 PM

He needs to stay where he's at.

munsch121

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8/2/2012 1:38 PM

He is an amazing rider....but who in their right mind would hire him here ?

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8/2/2012 1:43 PM

I hope he goes back just to stir some shit.

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peelout

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8/2/2012 1:53 PM

well that didn't take long to turn negative.

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8/2/2012 2:22 PM

peelout wrote: well that didn't take long to turn negative.

word. and people say they love the sport...

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8/2/2012 2:28 PM

Some of you guys should concentrate more on his amazing technique / line choices .... and less on his personality quirks.

In the end I don't know the whole story of his actions and even if I did ... that's between him and his employer. I do know that he is a unique talent on the track and watching him race is a treat. Like Bayle before him, he somehow chooses lines no one else does and is able to make them work.

Big

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8/2/2012 2:44 PM

Well last time on Yam he parked the bike in middle of a nationals, went "home" to Florida and just said: I don't want to die..........

MXMattii

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8/2/2012 2:50 PM

munsch121 wrote: He is an amazing rider....but who in their right mind would hire him here ?

Someone that wanna win a supercross championship? He never lost a championship on a supercross course!

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8/2/2012 2:50 PM

I would like him to race the GPs next season, but would love to see him back in US Supercross again... I dont mind as long as he races somewhere. He is quality.

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8/2/2012 2:55 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/2/2012 2:56 PM

munsch121 wrote: He is an amazing rider....but who in their right mind would hire him here ?

A couple according to Kenny Watson/Matthes on Pulp. H&H made an offer but Pourcel wanted to much $$ apparently!

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8/2/2012 3:09 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/2/2012 3:09 PM

I think some of us are in tune, guy is an amazing talent, him riding is a blessing, what goes on outside track means shit, and we are all clueless what's going on anyway so go figure about "the truth". If persona is so damn important, him coming back from spinal injury, doing charity for children overrides any beef with team owners.

I hope he goes to the US. Gives us more of him riding before he retires.

sam111

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8/2/2012 3:39 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/2/2012 3:47 PM

mccread wrote: I would like him to race the GPs next season, but would love to see him back in US Supercross again... I dont mind as long as he races somewhere. He is quality.

I feel the same way.

Pourcel is fast and has great technique. He may (or may not, for all I know) have an odd personality, but that does not matter to me.

Lawrence929

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8/2/2012 3:42 PM

mccread wrote: I would like him to race the GPs next season, but would love to see him back in US Supercross again... I dont mind as long as he races somewhere. He is quality.

sam111 wrote: I feel the same way.

Pourcel is fast and has great technique. He may (or may not, for all I know) have an odd personality, but that does not matter to me.

Yep.

WeiserGuy

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8/2/2012 3:59 PM

Plenty of narrow minded douchers don't wanna see him back in America, but me personally I love to watch poetry in motion and the best race the best.. CP377 please come back to the US of A.. We have supercross, and if I was a betting man I'd venture to say he prefers the American outdoor circuits(@ schedule) over the GPs tracks.. Not a betting man, just a fan If he doesn't make his way back across the pond then please Lugo @ the FIM can you bring the MXDN back to America at either Steel City, High Point or Red Bud SSSSOOOOOONNN,, please,, it would be greatly appreciated @ highly ^^^$$$ attended.

Regardless of where he ends up I wish him the best..

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8/2/2012 4:53 PM

hes a bad dude. style is so plush... speed is right there where it needs to be. I personally love his attitude. anyone negative towards him truly doesn't love ze sport.

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8/2/2012 4:57 PM

kongols wrote: I hope he goes back just to stir some shit.

Hahaha. Me too. Regardless if ya like him or not, he adds flavor. Nobody can deny that.

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machine

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8/2/2012 5:37 PM

Big wrote: Well last time on Yam he parked the bike in middle of a nationals, went "home" to Florida and just said: I don't want to die..........

And now look, he was right all along. He was smarter than some gave him credit for. He knows a dangerous bike when he throws a leg over one. Why risk paralysis again riding the Yamapult.

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8/2/2012 5:42 PM

machine wrote: And now look, he was right all along. He was smarter than some gave him credit for. He knows a dangerous bike when he throws a leg over one. Why risk paralysis again riding the Yamapult.

That's okay, I frequently risk brain damage reading some of your posts.

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8/2/2012 5:53 PM

Big wrote: Well last time on Yam he parked the bike in middle of a nationals, went "home" to Florida and just said: I don't want to die..........

machine wrote: And now look, he was right all along. He was smarter than some gave him credit for. He knows a dangerous bike when he throws a leg over one. Why risk paralysis again riding the Yamapult.

GuyB wrote: That's okay, I frequently risk brain damage reading some of your posts.

Don't worry it's not contagious.......

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8/2/2012 6:14 PM

machine wrote: And now look, he was right all along. He was smarter than some gave him credit for. He knows a dangerous bike when he throws a leg over one. Why risk paralysis again riding the Yamapult.

GuyB wrote: That's okay, I frequently risk brain damage reading some of your posts.

machine wrote: Don't worry it's not contagious.......

MX Sports Medicine

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8/2/2012 7:02 PM

race wrote: Some of you guys should concentrate more on his amazing technique / line choices .... and less on his personality quirks.

In the end I don't know the whole story of his actions and even if I did ... that's between him and his employer. I do know that he is a unique talent on the track and watching him race is a treat. Like Bayle before him, he somehow chooses lines no one else does and is able to make them work.

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YUP
AND I like the dude.

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8/2/2012 7:15 PM

race wrote: Some of you guys should concentrate more on his amazing technique / line choices .... and less on his personality quirks.

In the end I don't know the whole story of his actions and even if I did ... that's between him and his employer. I do know that he is a unique talent on the track and watching him race is a treat. Like Bayle before him, he somehow chooses lines no one else does and is able to make them work.

People don't like to root for a dick. Look at Jeffery Herlings.

CocaineCrazy

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8/2/2012 7:30 PM

race wrote: Some of you guys should concentrate more on his amazing technique / line choices .... and less on his personality quirks.

In the end I don't know the whole story of his actions and even if I did ... that's between him and his employer. I do know that he is a unique talent on the track and watching him race is a treat. Like Bayle before him, he somehow chooses lines no one else does and is able to make them work.

NateDawg122 wrote: People don't like to root for a dick. Look at Jeffery Herlings.

I root for my dick every time i see a chick............i kid...... (Race) is right watching him ride is a blessing just ask Bagget he says he try's to watch what Pourcel/RV does and Copy them

bigborefan

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8/2/2012 7:47 PM

All these Pourcel haters just eat too many Freedom Fries.

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8/2/2012 7:51 PM

I vote yes
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