Damn, Hill just said.....

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1/30/2010 10:19 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/17/2016 8:28 PM

He wasn't surprised to see Dungey throw it away. He saw it over & over again in 08 when Dungey had a 30 point lead!w00t

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1/30/2010 10:21 PM

Just like his ol buddy Jlaw getting into RD's head.

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1/30/2010 10:32 PM

Whatever it takes, great race by Josh.

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1/30/2010 10:33 PM

No mercy

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1/30/2010 10:35 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/30/2010 10:35 PM

Jimmy Weinert must be helping coach Josh....Smile

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1/30/2010 10:40 PM

There goes that Honda contract.............


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1/30/2010 10:41 PM

Thats grouse, good to hear someone actually saying what they feel instead of being politically correct.

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1/30/2010 10:50 PM

and i wasnt surprised to see Hill get second because his 1 main event win was a fluke a couple years ago... what a tool

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1/30/2010 10:55 PM

ShaneAUS wrote:

Thats grouse, good to hear someone actually saying what they feel instead of being politically correct.

X2. Bob Hannah use to be another good example of speaking his mind regardless.smile

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1/30/2010 11:01 PM

ShaneAUS wrote:

Thats grouse, good to hear someone actually saying what they feel instead of being politically correct.

andymoto wrote:

X2. Bob Hannah use to be another good example of speaking his mind regardless.smile

Ya, but is Hill speaking "his" mind or someone elses? There seems to always be one common denominator surrounding the drama. I'll let you figure that one out.

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1/30/2010 11:19 PM

That's a funny comment coming from a guy who hasn't been even remotely close to a title hunt since turning pro. Hill might want to win some before being opinionated about something he has no experience with.

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1/30/2010 11:22 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/30/2010 11:23 PM

ShaneAUS wrote:

Thats grouse, good to hear someone actually saying what they feel instead of being politically correct.

andymoto wrote:

X2. Bob Hannah use to be another good example of speaking his mind regardless.smile

TbonesPop wrote:

Ya, but is Hill speaking "his" mind or someone elses? There seems to always be one common denominator surrounding the drama. I'll let you figure that one out.

I think Larry may allow/encourage his riders to speak there mind but i doubt he put the words into his mouth.

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1/30/2010 11:24 PM

Shawn142 wrote:

That's a funny comment coming from a guy who hasn't been even remotely close to a title hunt since turning pro. Hill might want to win some before being opinionated about something he has no experience with.

Am I the only one that thinks the timing of Hill's statements to be extremely timely (seems to be trying to stir the pot since Bubbles and Reedy are out - this from someone who has talent but always underachieved)? Maybe I just need to go to bed.....

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1/30/2010 11:39 PM

Nope Pops... I think so too... this has LB written all over it!!!

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Don’t piss off the old people - the older they get the less “life in prison” is a deterrent for them!

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1/30/2010 11:48 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/17/2016 8:28 PM

Sure seemed not Hill like to bag on another rider.


When did a win in an SX become a fluke?


Means this season is mostly a fluke then in ones opinion.


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1/30/2010 11:56 PM

Haven't seen the interview but I suspect he is playing with RD's head ....just like his buddy Jlaw did and it caused Dungey to self destruct before I doubt it will happen now that he is more mature and experienced but it was worth a shot .....and his was no fluke, he almost won the A2 retro night last year and got his first win in Mineapolis the same year.....he is riding good for sure

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1/31/2010 12:12 AM

well lets see... he won a main... and has not won in 2 years and almost didnt get a ride this year... i think thats a fluke since he hasnt won since...no?

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Don’t piss off the old people - the older they get the less “life in prison” is a deterrent for them!

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1/31/2010 12:49 AM

BVM.....I think you are forgetting that Josh had an extremely fucked up back for the past 1-1/2 years. He couldn't train or do much of anything until he got himself fixed. Now that it has happened , he's starting to make a turn around back to his old self.....and seems to be going on the right track now. You have to admit.....he's doing fucking awesome this year!

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1/31/2010 1:09 AM

jeffro, I agree. Hill is doing great his year. I dont think his win was a fluke. sure he has had some bad luck because he is a young kid. Everyone can bag on the top guys because they are not doing this or they are doing that. Regardless of who is racing (Reed and Stewart), he is still beating big name guys like Short, Tedesco, Windham and Millsaps. He is doing something right this year. Whatever his program is, he has the right to speak his mind or who ever he is listening to because he is on the podium. When he goes back to average finishes, then we can rip on him for talking about other riders throwing it away. Until then, he has the opportunity to speak on the podium and that is what he said.

JLaw obviously found a flaw in Dungey's dominance. Hill is trying to exploit that and win a championship. The record books don't show how it was done, just the result.

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1/31/2010 6:54 AM

Shawn142 wrote:

That's a funny comment coming from a guy who hasn't been even remotely close to a title hunt since turning pro. Hill might want to win some before being opinionated about something he has no experience with.

What Josh said about Dungey is 100% true,Josh having never been in a title hunt does not change the facts.Putting doubt in your competitions mind is all part of the game.

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1/31/2010 7:34 AM

Shawn142 wrote:

That's a funny comment coming from a guy who hasn't been even remotely close to a title hunt since turning pro. Hill might want to win some before being opinionated about something he has no experience with.

With that logic there are very few people that will be able to have any opinions about winning an SX championship.

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1/31/2010 8:04 AM

Shawn142 wrote:

That's a funny comment coming from a guy who hasn't been even remotely close to a title hunt since turning pro. Hill might want to win some before being opinionated about something he has no experience with.

Right on the money, he needs to concetrate on winning not BSing the competition. He couldn't run RD pace last night and Hill was lucky that Dungy made a mistake. I bet Hill makes a similar mistake before its all over and you won't hear Dungy say a thing about it because he is focused on the championship.

In fact RD could have said the same thing about Hills team mate but he is focused on the championship.

So will we here how Hill is not surprised James threw it away over and over again when he had a chance at a title. No we won't hear that because he is playing a childish game.

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1/31/2010 8:04 AM

Its all part of the mental game that MUST be played when a rider feels a threat from another. Remember how last year Reed continued to say he "knew" Stewart would put himself on the ground and he just needed to be consistent.

Its just an attempt to plant a seed of doubt in said riders head.

With RC as RD's mentor I don't see it working.

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1/31/2010 8:07 AM

You call that planting a seed, thats the facts and Reed was just stating his plan. Ride his race and let James take himself out. Same plan he had this year, half of it worked...James took himself out.

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1/31/2010 8:09 AM

racin mason wrote:

What Josh said about Dungey is 100% true,Josh having never been in a title hunt does not change the facts.Putting doubt in your competitions mind is all part of the game.

The problem with that logic is while he lost it in 08 with some mistakes/crashes - whether it was the pressure or controversy from JLaw, RD came back with a vengance and won both SuperX Lites West last year as well as the 250 outdoor Moto class last year. He had one race series 2 years ago that he fell apart in - it wouldn't be the first time a rider (or professional athlete) did that.

I'd say he's past those issues with the wins last year - not to mention the success he is having early in 2010.

As for Hill, he's clearly being coached by the puppet master Larry Brooks when on the podium - the queen Bee of drama queens. Those comments were so out of character for Hill it isn't even funny. Larry is trying just a little too hard to turn this sport into the friggin WWF.

Lastly, congrats to Poto! Welcome back kiddo.

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1/31/2010 8:41 AM

So get your competition to focus in their past failures...

while you bask in the glory ....focusing on your current and future success...

on your way to the championship title....

Now who would have said that.... earlier in the race trailer ?


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1/31/2010 9:00 AM

HE SAID WHAT!!? Doesn't he know you aren't allowed to speak your mind anymore! You thank Jesus, your sponsors, your fans, then drink from your energy drink sponsors can and smile for the camera. I repeat, don't speak your mind!

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1/31/2010 9:17 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/31/2010 9:19 AM

He can speak his mind by all means, but it just puts a target on his back for everyone to shoot at when he makes a mistake. Let your riding and your results speak for whats on your mind. Childish mind games wont get him anywhere.

Its like showing off when you are in the lead and its only the second lap, it makes you look like an ars when you crash and loose the race. Win the race then show off.

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1/31/2010 9:19 AM

Overdrive wrote:

You call that planting a seed, thats the facts and Reed was just stating his plan. Ride his race and let James take himself out. Same plan he had this year, half of it worked...James took himself out.

If you think he was just being honest and not trying to get inside Stewies head your being naive. Same with Hill.

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1/31/2010 9:24 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/31/2010 9:24 AM

There is nothing naive about it, Every person on the track is just waiting for stewart to take himself out. His whole career has been all or nothing and half the time he comes up crashing and taking himself out. Stewart knows this, reed knows this, RC knew it, everybody knows this. So its hardly getting in someones head by stating it, Stewart knows his own track record, he knows as long as he doesn't crash he is hard to beat.

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