250 West Championship battle

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1/27/2019 2:15 PM

I'm really enjoying this year's 250 west championship. We have two consistent racers: Nichols and Mcelrath. Versus the raw speed of Ferrandis and Cianciarulo. When Ferrandis breaks through and gets his first win things will really get interesting.

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1/27/2019 2:19 PM

storm1229 wrote:

I'm really enjoying this year's 250 west championship. We have two consistent racers: Nichols and Mcelrath. Versus the raw ...more

WHEN Dylan wins I hope it continues to bring points closer. Shaping up to be an interesting season

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1/27/2019 2:49 PM

storm1229 wrote:

I'm really enjoying this year's 250 west championship. We have two consistent racers: Nichols and Mcelrath. Versus the raw ...more

shuggs wrote:

WHEN Dylan wins I hope it continues to bring points closer. Shaping up to be an interesting season

Yea because when dylan breaks through and gets a win. He has the speed to get a few wins in a row and make the points battle really tight. His biggest struggle currently is just terrible starts.

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1/27/2019 2:54 PM

Great mental win last night for AC92. If he can channel that mind set he will be champion.

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1/27/2019 3:00 PM

mb60 wrote:

Great mental win last night for AC92. If he can channel that mind set he will be champion.

When he got the front end up in the whoops I thought he was going to do himself in again. Great to see him pull it together for the win

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1/27/2019 3:04 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/27/2019 3:05 PM

mb60 wrote:

Great mental win last night for AC92. If he can channel that mind set he will be champion.

Yea I agree. He had a rough patch in the beginning of the race making consecutive mistakes. But he regained composure and held on to the win. Adam typically gets great starts and is super fast, but for some reason he'll just make little mental errors like tucking the front in. If he keeps focused and doesn't ride over his head, i think he'll start to take control of the championship.

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1/27/2019 3:37 PM

The top 4 are definitely ahead of everyone else and it'll come down to whoever doesn't make that big mistake. As long as they just ride their own races without big crashes, they'll probably be in the top 4/5, so points will continue to be close all season long... Hampshire is the wildcard that can shake everything up.

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