Cedrics Soubeyras Seattle Post Race Interview

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4/8/2018 6:18 PM

Just listened to Matthes post race interviews and he has Cedric on there. He mentions (up until that time) he hadn’t received a phone call/text from anyone on the team at LVN100. I have no clue how many guys they got on staff but how wasn’t there at least one who would be professional enough to call him and tell him things went south. Watson and Hanny should no longer have to question why people don’t take them seriously. I know they’re not the only two on that team but they certainly have the pull to right this wrong. If I heard Cedric right, he also says he wasn’t even on the entry list. I would assume the team signs him up, and if so, sounds like they knew a “fuel issue” was going to happen before they even got to Seattle.

Kudos to Matthes on the interview. Before asking about LVN100, he complimented Team HEP Suzuki for stepping in. They’re the real story here.

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4/8/2018 6:28 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/8/2018 6:29 PM

There was a thread earlier that I can’t find anymore, but I agree it was bush league and hope the team comes out with a staterthat proves me wrong.

I like Kenny and no issues with Josh, but they are the faces of the team and hope it wasn’t as shady as it appears.

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4/9/2018 3:32 AM

Just listened he was very appreciative of hep and jgr hopefully they can work it out to keep him going

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4/9/2018 4:56 AM

On the post race podcast they mentioned that it was an issue with having too much fuel on the truck. Because of where they were parking underground?....the rig has to be below 1/4 tank to park there based on fire regulations. If that is the case then pump the fuel out, go to a truck stop and get them to help you. Anything but leave your best rider hanging in the dark.

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4/9/2018 7:35 AM

It's a shame that it's 2018 and still have a clown show trying to be a race team.

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4/9/2018 7:55 AM

Looking like the potential mudfest was a good reason to have a fuel issue. The team wasn’t looking forward to getting their Nikes dirty

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4/9/2018 6:12 PM

It’s as easy as kickstarting a bike in the air.

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4/9/2018 6:52 PM

nytsmaC wrote:

It’s as easy as kickstarting a bike in the air.

Bet Dungey would try it

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4/9/2018 8:52 PM

I don't mean to pile on, but the nut up Suzuki team has been an absolute clusterfuck. I mean, what are they doing??

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4/10/2018 3:35 AM

Reeds own team had the same "fuel issue". They figured it out.

HEP Suzuki is my new favorite team and we have to give credit to the Nut up company too. It seems like they are a part of the funding for Cedric to do the rest of the races. I would be furious if i would be Nut up, they have their name attached to the LVN100 team and that is not a good look after this shitshow.

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