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4/23/2018 9:51 AM

Haven't seen this before for some reason. I thought I'd share this 'cause it's pretty awesome.

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4/23/2018 12:39 PM

That was awesome?

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4/23/2018 1:00 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/23/2018 1:07 PM

#959 Maxine Renuax, blighted by injury, every bit as good as Prado if not better.

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4/23/2018 1:02 PM

themrtoad wrote:

That was awesome?

No. It was pretty awesome.

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4/23/2018 1:32 PM

themrtoad wrote:

That was awesome?

sende wrote:

No. It was pretty awesome.

I actually wrote a ”thumb up” which my phone made into a ”?”. It was awesome indeed thanks for posting

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4/23/2018 1:44 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/23/2018 1:52 PM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

#959 Maxine Renuax, blighted by injury, every bit as good as Prado if not better.

Saw him ride the French championship yersteday. Not so good day for him going dnf/8.

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4/23/2018 2:00 PM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

#959 Maxine Renuax, blighted by injury, every bit as good as Prado if not better.

kaidoddragon wrote:

Saw him ride the French championship yersteday. Not so good day for him going dnf/8.

I was meaning in 2015.

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4/23/2018 2:05 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/23/2018 2:07 PM

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

#959 Maxine Renuax, blighted by injury, every bit as good as Prado if not better.

kaidoddragon wrote:

Saw him ride the French championship yersteday. Not so good day for him going dnf/8.

Muscle-Milk-KTM wrote:

I was meaning in 2015.

But that also shows the progress that Prado has been making the last years
The guys that beat him regularly in 2015 aren't even remotely close now.

Pretty similar to what Roczen did
In 2008 he could hardly get a top5 in EMX2 (also because of injuries).
in 2009 he smoked all the guys that beat him in 2008 and even won GPs...

IMO Prado will be the next big superstar, no matter if he stays in Europe or not

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4/23/2018 2:51 PM

themrtoad wrote:

That was awesome?

sende wrote:

No. It was pretty awesome.

themrtoad wrote:

I actually wrote a ”thumb up” which my phone made into a ”?”. It was awesome indeed thanks for posting

Ok. Haha. You got me confused there. grin

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4/23/2018 3:41 PM


Prado competed in a European Championship in 2015 for the first time in 125 and won it, being also the youngest on the grid. 14 years. Renaux was the maximum contender of Prado but he went injured, you also have to know how to stay healthy and have that luck, Reanux was not capable of it.
Reanux won the World 125 Junior World Championship race in El Molar, Spain and Prado had a very bad race, he could not with the pressure of running in Spain, something similar to Red Sand this year, and also in the molar, Prado's bike the engine worked badly.
Also in the European the bike failed Prado several times, breakage of rear shock absorber in England, broken ignition in another and engine failure in the last race in Assen that still could finish the race and win the Cto. Natzke, who was the only one with the potential to take away the title, did very badly in Assen.
That year competed with Prado; Renaux, Nazke and Mewse.
Lawerence and Fernandez in El Molar.
One year after in Assen, Herlings not happy at all with a Prado is his firts GP win the Qualy and 3º position, Podium, in the race. with only 15 years and firts year in 250F.

Prado has always been a winner, from a very young age, he won the Master Kids in 2009, I think, I won the Junior World Championship of 65 and the European World Championship of 65 in 2011, I signed him for the Red Bull KTM for five years, I went to 85 although it was very Young, he went with a small wheel at the beginning, and in 85 he had bad luck with the injuries, even so the last year he won the European in his area and when he was disputing the final of all the zones, when he got up from a slight fall in the training, a rider hit him and broke his leg, could not fight to be European champion in 85 in the general, but if it was one of the most competitive areas, because he lived in Belgium.
I met him after winning the Master Kids, because my parents are from Lugo like him and when I met him and saw him train with the 65 I already knew that I was going to be a super star.
I took this pic in 2010 I think...That day he jumped a very big and fast double, on a muddy terrain, quite impressive
Photo
After winning the EMX 125 in 2015 ended contract with KTM and Mitch Payton and Carmichael wanted to contract with him, but preferred to remain in KTM, KTM made another long contract. KTM is very Prado, they made a new 85 factory for him, the first year in 85, a Junior team in 125, which after Prado passed the EMX 250, the junior team 125 disappeared, just as the EMX 250F team disappeared after that Prado will move to MX2.
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4/23/2018 8:27 PM

In the related was this Bulgaria.

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4/23/2018 9:06 PM

God damn it....if I had a kid from another country....it would be Jorge!! Freakin love that kid , and he has such a bright future in the GP's! I hope he goes on a run like AC222 did.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

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