Hell yeah, Phil!!!!

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8/11/2018 10:53 AM

Damn right!!!!!

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8/11/2018 10:54 AM

Kailub, too!

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8/11/2018 10:58 AM

Philty Phils crevices were filthy and filled but he still somehow managed a huge smile on the podium. Great ride.

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8/11/2018 11:06 AM

WTF.... no mention of Pulp again ??

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My favorite rider is K.C Carlyle

8/11/2018 12:22 PM

Spoke too soon bruh

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8/12/2018 2:01 AM

Hells bells. I remember seeing Phil beat the brakes off district 34s finest back around 95 on 80s at Unadilla ...couldnt believe anyone was faster than mills or Leavitt at the time...

Glad to see him win one for the good guys! Local boy done good!

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8/12/2018 2:13 AM

Good thing..!

He's got to be thru the roof...

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8/12/2018 7:21 AM

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose results got better after leaving.

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We are the sum of a 1,000 lives. What we know is almost nothing at all.

8/12/2018 3:29 PM

What’s his status for next year?

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8/12/2018 3:32 PM

Huckster wrote:

What’s his status for next year?

Unknown. He said he's open to racing anywhere...including outside of the U.S.

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8/12/2018 3:35 PM

Huckster wrote:

What’s his status for next year?

In the Press Conference Phil replied that he's not sure where he will be for next year. Hope he get's something nailed down...he's great for the sport.

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There's something happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear.

8/12/2018 3:39 PM

Huckster wrote:

What’s his status for next year?

GuyB wrote:

Unknown. He said he's open to racing anywhere...including outside of the U.S.

He does seem made for GPs: that'd be interesting.

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8/12/2018 4:31 PM

make1go wrote:

Good thing..!

He's got to be thru the roof...

He seemed happier than ever!




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8/12/2018 5:37 PM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more

I don't know how to say this without it being interpreted negatively, but his results didn't immediately get better when he moved over to Rockstar Husky. This race was absolutely awesome for him, but to be fair to JGR it was also a mudder, and on a track in Phil's home state that he obviously has many laps under his belt on.

That being said it is great that he ended up on the podium. Super stoked for him!

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Nick
-2015 Grom grocery getter
-2011 Road King Classic
-2010 WR250X supermoto

8/12/2018 7:12 PM

So pumped for Phil.

Awesome to see a journeyman who has more than paid his dues get to have the ride of his life on his home track.

Great job Phil, honestly one of the highlights of the season for me so far.

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8/12/2018 7:23 PM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more

blusmbl wrote:

I don't know how to say this without it being interpreted negatively, but his results didn't immediately get better when he ...more

You can’t ride the national track unless you race the national bro. So he doesn’t have any more time than anyone else. Props to Phil. He’s always been a badass with bad luck. Glad to see it pay off.

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8/12/2018 7:30 PM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more

It was a mud race in his home state. He's ridden that track in those conditions a hundred times. Bike had nothing to do with it. Either way, great ride for Phil.

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8/12/2018 7:34 PM

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8/12/2018 7:35 PM

Squirrelings wrote:

It was a mud race in his home state. He's ridden that track in those conditions a hundred times. Bike had nothing to do with ...more

whoops lol, see above..double lol.. btw idk and so i dont pass comment..whoops

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8/12/2018 7:45 PM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more

Why the hell blast a team who did hire him for years when others would nt . Great ride by phil happy for him .But he was going every bit as well on jgr . Go look at first moto thunder valley. Before red flag that s the best he rode all yr imo. I think that jgr bike is veryyyyyyy underrated as far as how good it is .

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8/13/2018 1:20 AM

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8/13/2018 2:18 AM

make1go wrote:

Good thing..!

He's got to be thru the roof...

dirtworldmx wrote:

He seemed happier than ever!




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I would fall asleep as well in those lame press conferences. This one was especially bad.

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8/13/2018 4:21 AM

Squirrelings wrote:

It was a mud race in his home state. He's ridden that track in those conditions a hundred times. Bike had nothing to do with ...more

Definitely not hundreds of times bub.

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8/13/2018 7:04 AM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more



As far a what’s going on at JGR I have a theory . I think their unsatisfactory finishes are a result of poor management. Jeremy Albrecht has been the team manager since their inception over 10 years ago. During his tenure JGR has amassed only a handful of race wins and zero championships
With Mr Gibbs’ background in the NFL and NASCAR. I’m really surprised they have not made a change. In the NFL if a team doesn’t meet expected results. The first person fired is the head coach. It happens every year.
In NASCAR if a team is under performing the crew chief gets the axe. JGR themselves even switched a crew chief a couple years ago mid season.
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8/13/2018 6:18 PM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more

PrezCamacho wrote:

As far a what’s going on at JGR I have a theory . I think their unsatisfactory finishes are a result of poor management. ...more

Phil deserves a ride full time he’s a top rider. I bet he’s ridden Unadilla the same amount as the other riders have the last 5 years or so, so I’don’t buy into the home track advantage and its a mud race jive. MUD IS THE GREAT EQUALIZER.

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8/13/2018 6:33 PM

FeetUp wrote:

WTF.... no mention of Pulp again ??

Well, there's this, from a Racer X interview..

Racer X - Did you thank PulpMX on the podium?

Phil - No, because I’m not running a sticker. I ran it for four rounds, never got paid. Then I’m like, that’s it. Typical bullshit contract deal.

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8/13/2018 6:42 PM

Kenny Lingus wrote:

He deserves a good ride next year. Makes you wonder what is going on over at JGR. Phil is another example of a rider whose ...more

PrezCamacho wrote:

As far a what’s going on at JGR I have a theory . I think their unsatisfactory finishes are a result of poor management. ...more
Richard Tease II wrote:

Phil deserves a ride full time he’s a top rider. I bet he’s ridden Unadilla the same amount as the other riders have the last ...more

Southwick wasn't a home track advantage to Dowd or Henry?

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8/13/2018 7:19 PM

cbuehler767 wrote:

Southwick wasn't a home track advantage to Dowd or Henry?

Southwicks local races actually run on the national track. Other races besides the national and maybe one other race use another track on the property so it’s not as big as an advantage as that.

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8/13/2018 7:56 PM

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8/13/2018 8:01 PM

^^^^ Fitting photo for his nickname.

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