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4/9/2018 5:26 AM

Nice job by Covington. moto 2 winner and 2nd overall!

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4/9/2018 5:47 AM

He's been riding really well, hell of a job!

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4/9/2018 6:25 AM

Good job for sure, I hope he can be more consitant from here on out. Good kid for sure!

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4/9/2018 6:35 AM

Great race. Glad I watched. The Pauls Jonass snooze fest gets old.

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4/9/2018 6:36 AM

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4/9/2018 9:05 AM

More impressive was Henry Jacobi. 2-10 for 3rd while running top 5 moto 2

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4/9/2018 9:17 AM

Renner153 wrote:

More impressive was Henry Jacobi. 2-10 for 3rd while running top 5 moto 2

Got completely taken out by Jonass. He’s got one coming for him I think.

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4/9/2018 10:53 AM

U.S. riders catching up?

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4/9/2018 10:55 AM

Renner153 wrote:

More impressive was Henry Jacobi. 2-10 for 3rd while running top 5 moto 2

TDeath21 wrote:

Got completely taken out by Jonass. He’s got one coming for him I think.

Not sure what happened, but it looked like Jacobi got held up (in neutral or something) becauce it made no sense to collide like that in that corner

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4/9/2018 10:57 AM

His last lap pass on Prado was great. I think this is the first non orange bike to win a moto also.

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4/9/2018 11:01 AM

motomike137 wrote:

His last lap pass on Prado was great. I think this is the first non orange bike to win a moto also.

Well thats about 50% true isnt it? A Husky is pretty much a KTM painted white so id assume the win still kept it in the family...Pit was still stoked i bet.

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4/9/2018 11:38 AM

motomike137 wrote:

His last lap pass on Prado was great. I think this is the first non orange bike to win a moto also.

Lightning78 wrote:

Well thats about 50% true isnt it? A Husky is pretty much a KTM painted white so id assume the win still kept it in the family...Pit was still stoked i bet.

That's why I said "non orange" smile

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4/9/2018 11:43 AM

He’s 22 right? Last year in the MX2 class?

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4/9/2018 11:52 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/9/2018 11:53 AM

TDeath21 wrote:

He’s 22 right? Last year in the MX2 class?

One more year but he is not sure about his future(23 year is that last year you can race MX2). He mentioned that a week ago. He could move to USA next year.

I would guess he will stay for one more year and then move to the US Husqvarna 250 team.

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4/9/2018 11:59 AM

TDeath21 wrote:

He’s 22 right? Last year in the MX2 class?

Motofinne wrote:

One more year but he is not sure about his future(23 year is that last year you can race MX2). He mentioned that a week ago. He could move to USA next year.

I would guess he will stay for one more year and then move to the US Husqvarna 250 team.

Literally following directly in Osborne’s footsteps lol.

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4/9/2018 1:48 PM

TDeath21 wrote:

He’s 22 right? Last year in the MX2 class?

Motofinne wrote:

One more year but he is not sure about his future(23 year is that last year you can race MX2). He mentioned that a week ago. He could move to USA next year.

I would guess he will stay for one more year and then move to the US Husqvarna 250 team.

TDeath21 wrote:

Literally following directly in Osborne’s footsteps lol.

Seems to be a pretty good path.

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4/9/2018 3:05 PM

He impressed us at the MXGP. Huge fans. He has amazing bike skills.

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I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

4/9/2018 3:18 PM

TDeath21 wrote:

He’s 22 right? Last year in the MX2 class?

Motofinne wrote:

One more year but he is not sure about his future(23 year is that last year you can race MX2). He mentioned that a week ago. He could move to USA next year.

I would guess he will stay for one more year and then move to the US Husqvarna 250 team.

TDeath21 wrote:

Literally following directly in Osborne’s footsteps lol.

SnackPack2

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4/9/2018 3:27 PM

Pretty sure Vlaanderen went down, and Jacobi had to avoid, which held him up and Jonass just arrived and tried to make the pass happen. Jacobi has really made steps this year, goes to show that work works... Covington can do this on any weekend, but when he has bad days , he really does, but he applied pressure on Prado and got the reward for it.

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4/9/2018 6:12 PM

Covington is one of the most inconsistent riders out there. Which really sucks because I'm such a huge fan. If he can get a start he can run with any of those guys. But if he doesn't get a good start it's almost like he just settles in. I hope he can pick up a little more aggression when he starts outside the top 5.

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4/9/2018 7:24 PM

I’ll agree with the Jacobi momentum, Covington has had flashes of brilliance in the past, good ride though. Keep it up.

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