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6/24/2018 3:26 PM

I've noticed in the past three conferences for the 450's it's real bad on conversation with hardly no questions, or the same question asked multiple times over, and over again with no thought.

When you have three racers I'm sure there is more to discuss than the same question let alone how was the track today.

Example: A
Eli your riding different in the past, but still able to maintain speed when ever you need it. Is your program changed up for better results?

Example: B
Justin you are working hard what will next week look like for you in results since you are doing so well?

Example: C
Marvin if you and Eli get the hole shot in the next national what do you do to handle him 30 minutes plus three on our next track.

Man that was hard, but let media ask the same questions over and over.

P.S this needs to change quick it's like a train wreck.

Your thoughts guys.

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6/24/2018 3:35 PM

much ty

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6/24/2018 3:43 PM

My thoughts are that any press conference in this sport is a waste of time. All you get is generic answers to generic questions. The only one that was halfway interesting was when Eli threw a pouting tantrum after MM passed him on the last lap

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6/24/2018 3:51 PM

BORING.....not really sure what they are hoping to accomplish from these Pressers!

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6/24/2018 5:27 PM

1 word: sponsorcontractfullfilment.

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6/26/2018 9:14 AM

And speak in to the mic dammit!..... The only one that half way speaks in to the mic is Barcia, the other two avoid it like it's a python staring at them?

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6/26/2018 9:50 AM

I love barcia's face expressions

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6/26/2018 10:44 AM

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6/26/2018 10:46 AM

yeah, no for sure.

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6/26/2018 11:07 AM

Tougher / more insightful questions might affect some journalists free meal ticket at the factory rig(s) bbq. grin

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6/26/2018 11:58 AM

Why not ask Barcia how it felt passing the guy who has worn out more R8's then him? I think the press conferences have potential to be good.... the press in general does seem to avoid the tough questions.

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