Liked a comment on the item 2019 Seattle Supercross - Animated Track Map 3/20/2019 7:06 PM

lolz where's the mud? and bikes stuck? no sign of burning clutches?

Liked a comment on the item Cooksey, Straight To The Point: Musquin Is a Fighter 3/19/2019 8:10 AM

always like Marvin and his wife!!. I always wonder will he return to France when his racing is done, or remain Here in the USA...Great riding Marv ….

Liked a comment on the item Cooksey Straight To The Point: Daytona "Deathcross" 3/15/2019 1:58 PM

I just love when people call SX "Deathcross!"

Liked a comment on the item Cooksey Straight To The Point: Daytona "Deathcross" 3/15/2019 1:58 PM

Honestly I laugh every time I hear Nicoletti say it!

Liked a comment on the item Cooksey Straight To The Point: Daytona "Deathcross" 3/13/2019 10:03 AM

For people who don’t like/appreciate big jumps or moguls the sport for you is tiddlywinks. When your a pro you don’t see bigger jumps as dangerous or scary, you see them as a good time to relax and take a breather. Huge props to the Goat RC for this one, this was perhaps the best racing all...more

Added a comment about feature Cooksey Straight To The Point: Daytona "Deathcross" 3/13/2019 10:00 AM

I think it’s funny that Daytona is either to easy and boring from the pro riders perspective like in the last few yrs ( minus last). Or that’s what Brayton said last yr. or it’s too hard and scary and dangerous according to fans watching this year. Personally I like to see hard, difficult tracks for the pros. They are the best riders in the world and should be challenged from the tracks. We all grow up riding harder and harder tracks and learning our limits. Just because they are pros doesn’t mean they shouldn’t know what their limits are. Not what the bikes limits are but their limits. I do agree with the start though, riders can’t control other riders going into the first turn too hot from the inside or cutting from the outside to the inside not seeing the guys coming in too hot. Overall I liked this yrs and last yrs Daytona tracks much more then yrs past. I would like to see more old school Daytona mixed in though. More whoops and crazy rough sections with maybe one supercross ryhthem instead of most of the track.

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Added a comment about video 2019 Daytona Supercross - Animated Track Map 3/6/2019 10:47 PM

I think that arrow could of quadded into the ryhthem going across the start. I like it though, there’s been a few years where this track was kinda boring in my opinion.

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Added a comment about feature Cooksey, Straight To The Point: The Answer Is Simple 3/6/2019 10:41 PM

My friend and I were just talking about this very thing today. We both started racing in the late 90s and were talking about how much less prep work they did just back then to the track after practice started. I’m all for a good show for the fans and say prepping the triple and finish but beyond that just leave it alone. It would make things more difficult and in my opinion make the top guys stand out more. They’d be able to come through the pack more easily at the start of the main and potentially be able to have more battles.

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Liked a comment on the item Cooksey, Straight To The Point: The Answer Is Simple 3/6/2019 10:28 PM

I have been following/watching SX since the early 80’s and it seems to me that each year the tracks have become smoother and have started to look like roads. What about ripping the tracks to make them deeper? Yes it would cause more ruts but I believe it would also slow them down. Just my...more

Liked a comment on the item Cooksey, Straight To The Point: The Answer Is Simple 3/5/2019 9:00 AM

I'd like to see an actual experiment run to see if it would work. Not convinced shorter knobs would do much, less traction would make tires spin more probably negating any benefits. Also don't think this is a easy simple solution if it will take years and significant money to implement....more

Added a comment about feature Cooksey, Straight To The Point: The Answer Is Simple 3/5/2019 8:59 AM

I think this is a terrible idea. One I don’t think it would do much good. If the dirt is soft enough to rut up badly, smaller knobs won’t do much to slow it. Part of the issue when the track ruts bad is the dirt is too soft and wet and it actually pushes deeper from the weight of the bikes and force of them going through the rut. Notice the pic at the start of this article. The tire knobs are shown to not be digging in very far and I’d assume the rut changes each lap, getting deeper from the force of the bike going through it. Another thing is, I’m sure everyone has ridden with a tire that’s wore down, it will still make ruts and it also throws dirt just as hard as a new tire (possibly a little less but not much). Mostly I see this not being good for me and others who don’t race on pro supercross tracks. My tires will have small knobs from the start and therefore not last as long before they are worn down small. So I don’t see this helping the problem of deep ruts in supercross, only making the product I have to buy not as good as it is now.

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