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9/26/2017 2:14 PM


1. USA can seely step up?
2. Netherlands
3. France
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9/26/2017 2:30 PM

USA or GB are my picks for the win. Obviously France and The Netherlands will be up there too and could definitely win.

Bit of a pipe dream but I say Canada gets top 5! Slim chance in hell but I am hopeful!

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9/26/2017 2:34 PM

Netherlands
France
USA or GB

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9/26/2017 2:36 PM

GB for the win and USA 4th.

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9/26/2017 4:31 PM

1. France
2. GB
3. Netherlands

USA and Belgium 4 and 5 in either order

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9/26/2017 4:45 PM

1. USA
2. GB
3. Netherlands

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9/26/2017 6:01 PM

I am hoping
1.USA
2.GB
3.Canada

What I think will happen
1.Netherlands
2. GB
3. USA

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9/26/2017 6:04 PM
Edited Date/Time: 9/26/2017 6:40 PM

Netherlands
USA
GB
France
Australia
Belgium
Switzerland
Italy

Actually I have no clue which is cool

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9/26/2017 6:05 PM

1. Australia
2. Daylight
3. Puerto Rico

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9/26/2017 11:01 PM

1. Netherlands
2. Great Britain
3. France
4. USA/Belgium
6. Australia
7. Switzerland
8. Italy

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9/26/2017 11:32 PM

1. Straya
2.usa
3. Netherlands
4. Nz
5. Gb

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9/27/2017 12:06 AM

GB for the win as it looks like it could be a mudder.

Heavy rain forecast all day Sunday.

Photo

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9/27/2017 12:11 AM

1 Netherlands,
2 France
3 GBR
4 USA
5 AUS

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9/27/2017 12:45 AM

1. Netherlands
2. GB
3. USA
4. France

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9/27/2017 12:47 AM

1. USA
2. France
3. Netherlands
4. GBR
5. Switzerland

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9/27/2017 1:31 AM

Motofinne wrote:

1. Netherlands
2. GB
3. USA
4. France

This

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9/27/2017 1:42 AM

1. Netherlands
2. USA
3. Switz
4. France
5. Belg.
6. GB - something will go wrong, always does!

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9/27/2017 3:15 AM

Stoop wrote:

1. Australia
2. Daylight
3. Puerto Rico

Make a solid prediction there Stoopy

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9/27/2017 4:01 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/27/2017 4:33 AM

I'm French but I won't say there is one favorite but this year and maybe for the first time I think there is 6 potential winners:

France
Great Britain
USA
Netherlands
Belgium
Switzerland

And there is some outsiders for the podium too...

Canada
Australia
Italia
Germany
Puerto Rico
Spain

My pick for the win though goes to switzerland. Matterley is exactly the type of track they race on in Switzerland. Tonus and Seewer are very technical riders, they are very good at keeping a lot of speed in mid air, and there is a lot of big jumps there. And Guillod, well it is one of his favorite tracks and he is back on his favorite bike. Last time we saw him ride the 250 at Matterley he won the GP ahead of Herlings...

I would keep an eye on Gajser too. He is riding for himself this weekend and to me he's had his easiest win last year on this track, with a perfect weekend setting the fastest lap in time practice, winning qualifying and both races.

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9/27/2017 4:22 AM

Kaido I agree with most things you said but having Canada, Puerto Rico and Spain as potential podium finishers is a stretch I think

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9/27/2017 4:39 AM

Iran
Thailand
Israel

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"Nothing happens until something moves"

9/27/2017 4:41 AM

tempura wrote:

Iran
Thailand
Israel

Makes me wonder, why no Japanese team this year? Must be the first they miss in a loooooooong time.

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9/27/2017 4:47 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/27/2017 4:53 AM

tempura wrote:

Iran
Thailand
Israel

DeStouwer wrote:

Makes me wonder, why no Japanese team this year? Must be the first they miss in a loooooooong time.

Yes, not good...
From what I understand, MJF had riders chosen, but they declined to go, saying that they wanted to focus on the Japanese national series, which hasn't finished yet...

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"Nothing happens until something moves"

9/27/2017 4:48 AM

kaidoddragon wrote:

I'm French but I won't say there is one favorite but this year and maybe for the first time I think there is 6 potential winners:

France
Great Britain
USA
Netherlands
Belgium
Switzerland

And there is some outsiders for the podium too...

Canada
Australia
Italia
Germany
Puerto Rico
Spain

My pick for the win though goes to switzerland. Matterley is exactly the type of track they race on in Switzerland. Tonus and Seewer are very technical riders, they are very good at keeping a lot of speed in mid air, and there is a lot of big jumps there. And Guillod, well it is one of his favorite tracks and he is back on his favorite bike. Last time we saw him ride the 250 at Matterley he won the GP ahead of Herlings...

I would keep an eye on Gajser too. He is riding for himself this weekend and to me he's had his easiest win last year on this track, with a perfect weekend setting the fastest lap in time practice, winning qualifying and both races.

Seewer just won the ADAC masters,was he on a 450 as he beat Nagl etc?

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9/27/2017 5:03 AM

kaidoddragon wrote:

I'm French but I won't say there is one favorite but this year and maybe for the first time I think there is 6 potential winners:

France
Great Britain
USA
Netherlands
Belgium
Switzerland

And there is some outsiders for the podium too...

Canada
Australia
Italia
Germany
Puerto Rico
Spain

My pick for the win though goes to switzerland. Matterley is exactly the type of track they race on in Switzerland. Tonus and Seewer are very technical riders, they are very good at keeping a lot of speed in mid air, and there is a lot of big jumps there. And Guillod, well it is one of his favorite tracks and he is back on his favorite bike. Last time we saw him ride the 250 at Matterley he won the GP ahead of Herlings...

I would keep an eye on Gajser too. He is riding for himself this weekend and to me he's had his easiest win last year on this track, with a perfect weekend setting the fastest lap in time practice, winning qualifying and both races.

PressPassP wrote:

Seewer just won the ADAC masters,was he on a 450 as he beat Nagl etc?

Yes he was. And he would have gone 1-1 had he not crashed with a lapper.
He also won an ADAC round earlier this year on a 450 (without Nagl on the line though).

Well Switzerland can definitely podium or even win if all 3 riders catch a good day and if they have a little bit of luck.
They can as well finish 7th and it wouldn't surprise anyone I guess. Seewer has made lots of mistakes on the 250. The 450 forgives a lot less. Tonus will probably be solid. But we have no clue how Guillod will be - will he really be better on the 450? Matterly has been good to him in the past

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9/27/2017 6:04 AM

Team Ireland top 10

Stamp it.

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The irish gave the Scots the bagpipes as a joke, they still haven't got it.



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9/27/2017 6:48 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/27/2017 6:48 AM

Coly243 wrote:

Team Ireland top 10

Stamp it.

I can see Graeme Irwin getting a top 10 in at least one moto. He's very fast and he definitely isn't scared to push. Should be a good weekend for team Ireland

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9/27/2017 9:10 AM

1. GB does it at home
2. Netherlands
3. France

Although even with injury its difficult to bet against France. They are on a hell of a streak right now. It's kind of been France and then everyone else.

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Are you smart enough to buy a bike that costs less, weighs less, makes more horsepower per cubic centimeter, can be rebuilt for recycled aluminum can money and is giggle inducing? It is hard to believe that the American riding public flunks this test en masse. How stupid are you?

9/27/2017 10:56 AM

DeStouwer wrote:

Makes me wonder, why no Japanese team this year? Must be the first they miss in a loooooooong time.

Too bad they didn't skip in 2016 instead.

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9/27/2017 11:32 AM

In a mudder ...

GB
France
Canada

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