It didn't quite have the tension of last week's press conference, but it was interesting to see first-timer Cooper Webb in there, as well as Ryan Dungey, and now two-time winner, Eli Tomac.
2/5/2017 4:32 PM
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Jordon Smith: 'It was almost just like glass...'
Eli Tomac: 'The heat race was a disaster start.'
Davi Millsaps: 'I puckered up and was ready for the hit.'
Jordon Smith: 'I was just waiting for that right moment.'
The Other Side of Dreamland with Luke Renzland
Ryan Dungey: 'It upset me a lot, to the point where I hated the sport.'
Adam Cianciarulo: 'I have a long fuse, but when it gets lit...'
Eli Tomac; 'I honestly couldn't believe who it was.'
Adam Cianciarulo: 'It's just surreal.'
Broc Tickle: 'I came into Anaheim believing I could be top five.'
Joey Savatgy: 'Stupid mistakes happen, and that's when you have a bad night.'
450 Press Conference From Toronto
Eli Tomac: 'I did the big quad one or twice, and then backed her down.'
250 Press Conference from the Toronto Supercross
Ryan Dungey: 'It's hard to get that breakaway.'
Blake Baggett: 'This year has turned things around.'
Eli Tomac: "I can't back off when I have these two guys sitting next to me."
Cole Seely: "I was yelling at myself in the helmet there."
What's New? Answer Racing
Minneapolis Pre-Race: Monster Energy Kawasaki and Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki
What's New? Pro Taper
Crashes, Flats, DNFs, and a First-Time 450 Winner in this week's Press Conference Highlights
Dean Wilson: "I feel like this is a big reward for me."
Marvin Musquin: 'Tonight it was like a perfect race.'
Arlington Pre-Race: Ryan Dungey
Dallas Pre-Race: Trey Canard
Eli Tomac: 'I was struggling with flow all day.'
Jason Anderson: 'When I got hit the first time I felt my arm like pop...'
2/5/2017 10:57 PM
told you guys dungey wasn't the fastest rider.yes he's consistent,but fastest?...no way.all his titles came on the back of poto's,kroc's,tomac's injuries.
2/6/2017 9:38 AM
tpo - how many SX titles have you captured on the backs of injured riders?
2/6/2017 10:09 AM
Ryan generally goes as fast as he has to. When he's comfortable with the course? He's as fast as anyone. When he's not (and has points to burn?) he'll back it down a notch or two. But he's always there. Saying his titles came at the expense of other rider's injuries? Um, no.