ET3, KR, WEBB, or BAM BAM??

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5/24/2020 3:37 PM

31 points

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5/24/2020 3:49 PM

Gonna be Kenny.... Tomac gonna Tomac.

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5/24/2020 3:53 PM

Tomac or Webb

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5/24/2020 3:56 PM

I think with all the pressure Webb will shine and Tomac will not...but I want KR94 to win

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5/24/2020 3:58 PM

Indian_Dunes_4ever wrote:

Gonna be Kenny.... Tomac gonna Tomac.

nope

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5/24/2020 4:02 PM

Barcia always wins the first race of the year!

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5/24/2020 4:05 PM

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5/24/2020 4:05 PM

Yes.

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5/24/2020 4:50 PM

Tomac has them covered and will see that next week!!

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5/24/2020 4:56 PM

I’m not sure Kenny’s arms will hold up to 2 races a week for 3 weeks in altitude. Tomac seems better mentally than ever but who knows with his starts. Webb could definitely win 1 or 2. Hopefully barcia doesn’t play a part in who wins it

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5/24/2020 4:59 PM

My only prediction is that Kenny will not finish second in the championship.

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5/24/2020 5:25 PM

Does anyone really expect Webb, let alone Barcia to bridge a 30/31 point gap in 7 races? At no point thus far, has Webb or Barcia really shown us something that leads me to believe they are a legitimate title threat. Yes, both have won races and there's no questioning that, but it was mostly due in part to their starting position, or the misfortune of Tomac and Roczen. I've watched Roczen lead from stripe to stripe convincingly multiple times, including being 20+ seconds up at 1 point (Atlanta) and pulling away from Tomac (Glendale main 1). I've watched Tomac go beast mode on multiple occasions (Daytona of course) and lay waste to everybody. Meanwhile Webb - always a gamer, always races to the finish, pipped AC at the 3/4 mark for his single win in SD, and while Barcia won A1 straight up, has since been good but not great.

Both Eli and Kenny each need catastrophic finishes or injuries to give the next 2 a sniff. And yes that's absolutely possible, especially with the schedule challenges, but I firmly believe this is a 2 horse race.

Happy to eat crow on this one. Bring on the races!

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5/24/2020 5:26 PM

Hopefully Tomac finally gets this done so that I can root for Musquin for the nationals.

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5/24/2020 6:25 PM

EvelMX11 wrote: Photo

Quote of the year,
JB-“Oh, that’s right, I forgot, fuck you Eli.”

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5/24/2020 6:27 PM

kkawboy14 wrote:

Barcia always wins the first race of the year!

Yep..he ain't scared...

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5/24/2020 6:40 PM

Tomac will win most of the races but will toss one away so it gunna be close between him and Kenny

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5/24/2020 6:46 PM

webb-small stadium floor. hes light,agile and good starter. no pressure. those ktms get traction. he has a lot of teamates with satellite teams. Im a tomac fan, but this is not where he shines. kenny health questionable. Im saying webb strings together a few wins and the others make mistakes.

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5/24/2020 6:50 PM

BS12 wrote:

Does anyone really expect Webb, let alone Barcia to bridge a 30/31 point gap in 7 races? At no point thus far, has Webb or Barcia really shown us something that leads me to believe they are a legitimate title threat. Yes, both have won races and there's no questioning that, but it was mostly due in part to their starting position, or the misfortune of Tomac and Roczen. I've watched Roczen lead from stripe to stripe convincingly multiple times, including being 20+ seconds up at 1 point (Atlanta) and pulling away from Tomac (Glendale main 1). I've watched Tomac go beast mode on multiple occasions (Daytona of course) and lay waste to everybody. Meanwhile Webb - always a gamer, always races to the finish, pipped AC at the 3/4 mark for his single win in SD, and while Barcia won A1 straight up, has since been good but not great.

Both Eli and Kenny each need catastrophic finishes or injuries to give the next 2 a sniff. And yes that's absolutely possible, especially with the schedule challenges, but I firmly believe this is a 2 horse race.

Happy to eat crow on this one. Bring on the races!

All it would take is for webb to string together a couple wins to start and the other 2 to struggle.. which they have shown they don’t strive in a must win situation.. webb loves pressure and he’s healthy. Crazy to think if he didn’t crash this championship would be within 5 points in the top 3.

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5/24/2020 6:52 PM

cable wrote:

webb-small stadium floor. hes light,agile and good starter. no pressure. those ktms get traction. he has a lot of teamates with satellite teams. Im a tomac fan, but this is not where he shines. kenny health questionable. Im saying webb strings together a few wins and the others make mistakes.

I like it.

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5/24/2020 6:58 PM

Chances of Webb catching and passing both guys in points is fairly slim. I think it comes down to Kenny and Eli for this one and it’s a toss up. I must say Eli seems like a different guy in SX so far this year, but now it’s crunch time.

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5/24/2020 7:57 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/24/2020 7:57 PM

cable wrote:

webb-small stadium floor. hes light,agile and good starter. no pressure. those ktms get traction. he has a lot of teamates with satellite teams. Im a tomac fan, but this is not where he shines. kenny health questionable. Im saying webb strings together a few wins and the others make mistakes.

Have they released each of the remaining track maps? Have not kept up with proceedings since it was stopped.

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5/24/2020 8:06 PM

cable wrote:

webb-small stadium floor. hes light,agile and good starter. no pressure. those ktms get traction. he has a lot of teamates with satellite teams. Im a tomac fan, but this is not where he shines. kenny health questionable. Im saying webb strings together a few wins and the others make mistakes.

689 wrote:

Have they released each of the remaining track maps? Have not kept up with proceedings since it was stopped.

No, they haven't.

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5/24/2020 8:08 PM

I think Kenny wins the first then Eli goes on a run..

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5/24/2020 8:12 PM

BS12 wrote:

Does anyone really expect Webb, let alone Barcia to bridge a 30/31 point gap in 7 races? At no point thus far, has Webb or Barcia really shown us something that leads me to believe they are a legitimate title threat. Yes, both have won races and there's no questioning that, but it was mostly due in part to their starting position, or the misfortune of Tomac and Roczen. I've watched Roczen lead from stripe to stripe convincingly multiple times, including being 20+ seconds up at 1 point (Atlanta) and pulling away from Tomac (Glendale main 1). I've watched Tomac go beast mode on multiple occasions (Daytona of course) and lay waste to everybody. Meanwhile Webb - always a gamer, always races to the finish, pipped AC at the 3/4 mark for his single win in SD, and while Barcia won A1 straight up, has since been good but not great.

Both Eli and Kenny each need catastrophic finishes or injuries to give the next 2 a sniff. And yes that's absolutely possible, especially with the schedule challenges, but I firmly believe this is a 2 horse race.

Happy to eat crow on this one. Bring on the races!

logan_140 wrote:

All it would take is for webb to string together a couple wins to start and the other 2 to struggle.. which they have shown they don’t strive in a must win situation.. webb loves pressure and he’s healthy. Crazy to think if he didn’t crash this championship would be within 5 points in the top 3.

No one in the HISTORY of SX has overcome a 31 point deficit in 7 races. It isn’t going to start this year. If Webb wok all 7 races and Eli finished second, Webb would still be 10 points shy.

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5/24/2020 8:17 PM

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5/24/2020 8:26 PM

My money on Kenny

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5/25/2020 12:27 AM

Kenny took quite a beating at Daytona. There’s no way that should’ve happened. Thinking on that for a few moths with no other distractions is enough to drive a man insane.

Question is, which way did it turn him?
In to a beast, or in to a quitter?

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5/25/2020 3:11 AM

Thisusernameisavailable wrote:

Kenny took quite a beating at Daytona. There’s no way that should’ve happened. Thinking on that for a few moths with no other distractions is enough to drive a man insane.

Question is, which way did it turn him?
In to a beast, or in to a quitter?

Almost losing his arm didn’t turn him into a quitter. So if you think that finishing 2nd in a 450 main event will then I don’t know what to tell you

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5/25/2020 4:01 AM

Thisusernameisavailable wrote:

Kenny took quite a beating at Daytona. There’s no way that should’ve happened. Thinking on that for a few moths with no other distractions is enough to drive a man insane.

Question is, which way did it turn him?
In to a beast, or in to a quitter?

Go back and watch the podium interview "I know Eli is good here and he came from a ways back, but it is the closest I've been to a win here at daytona, I'm really happy with myself"

He's fine. 3 points.

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5/25/2020 4:32 AM

Barcia takes out Tomac in at least one race. There goes 20+ points.

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