Barcia's Dominant first 450 SX win

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12/4/2018 3:16 AM

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12/4/2018 3:22 AM

I expected way more of those. When was his last win? and how many did he have in total?

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12/4/2018 3:29 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/4/2018 3:35 AM

Cortami79 wrote:

I expected way more of those. When was his last win? and how many did he have in total?

I'm not entirely sure but i think that he "only" has 2 wins and both came in that rookie 2013 season?

I think he would've won one in 2018 without the injury!

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12/4/2018 3:38 AM

Hopefully he can grab one in 19. With tomac winning more than half of them every year its going to be tough. In 19 hes going to have more time on that yamaha so maybe it will be better.

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12/4/2018 4:41 AM

Almost 6 years ago wow !
I wouldn’t say it was dominant, he wouldn’t of won if Villo didn’t go down. I miss seeing Villo out there.
Strange seeing Stewart riding around in 7th, I think he was injured.

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12/4/2018 8:48 AM

Cortami79 wrote:

I expected way more of those. When was his last win? and how many did he have in total?

Seattle same year I think

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12/4/2018 12:23 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/4/2018 12:26 PM

Cortami79 wrote:

I expected way more of those. When was his last win? and how many did he have in total?

MichaelAndrew93 wrote:

Seattle same year I think

Yep, if i remenber correctly Phoenix and Seattle 2013 are his only 450 SX wins of his carreer (+ MEC 2012)

In 2014, he really struggled with the showa air fork/ injuries and Honda management which will lead to his departure.

In 2015, he moved to JGR for 2 years (Then 3 with the suzuki brand switch) but he never geled with the bike exept during the outdoor 2015.

I think, he should have stayed with Honda back in 2014 but it really made me laught last year when peoples were bashing about him and stating he was done blablabla he was never good on 450 and so on. Jesus, the guys has two 250 SX titles back to back and has won 450 races Indoors and Outdoors in front of dominant Villopoto and Dungey !

He still is a real deal and i think he is in a very good mental and physical shape right now so he can do some damage in 2019 !





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12/6/2018 5:11 AM

Cortami79 wrote:

I expected way more of those. When was his last win? and how many did he have in total?

MichaelAndrew93 wrote:

Seattle same year I think

Baton Rouge wrote:

Yep, if i remenber correctly Phoenix and Seattle 2013 are his only 450 SX wins of his carreer (+ MEC 2012)

In 2014, he really struggled with the showa air fork/ injuries and Honda management which will lead to his departure.

In 2015, he moved to JGR for 2 years (Then 3 with the suzuki brand switch) but he never geled with the bike exept during the outdoor 2015.

I think, he should have stayed with Honda back in 2014 but it really made me laught last year when peoples were bashing about him and stating he was done blablabla he was never good on 450 and so on. Jesus, the guys has two 250 SX titles back to back and has won 450 races Indoors and Outdoors in front of dominant Villopoto and Dungey !

He still is a real deal and i think he is in a very good mental and physical shape right now so he can do some damage in 2019 !





I agree. I think he gets a win this year.

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