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7/9/2017 2:13 AM

Some of you might ask why Ferrandis wasn't at the post race press conference. Here's why: He had to take his airplane just an hour after the end of race 2, and the airport is 30 minutes from the track...

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7/10/2017 1:18 PM

From muddy creek he's leapfrogged the 3 top PC guys & gone from 9th to 4th , still falls down too much

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7/10/2017 1:20 PM

I gotta admit, I like his addition to the Nationals. You can tell he wants it.

Anyone know how long he is contracted to be here? Is he going to permanently be competing in the US?

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7/10/2017 1:31 PM

kaidoddragon wrote:

Some of you might ask why Ferrandis wasn't at the post race press conference. Here's why: He had to take his airplane just an hour after the end of race 2, and the airport is 30 minutes from the track...

Not expecting to be on the podium or oversight on someone's part? Why was a flight scheduled at that time knowing it leaves an hour after the race is over and it takes 30 minutes to get there?

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7/10/2017 1:41 PM

He was my pick to win the overall, but Osborne really opened up a bigger lead as soon as it started raining. I thought it'd be the other way around. Great ride by both though!

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7/10/2017 1:47 PM

aFACEdismembered wrote:

Not expecting to be on the podium or oversight on someone's part? Why was a flight scheduled at that time knowing it leaves an hour after the race is over and it takes 30 minutes to get there?

Because the press conferences are not that big of deal.

He'll be on the PulpMX show tonight and will be heard by thousands of fans.

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7/10/2017 2:36 PM

IWreckALot wrote:

I gotta admit, I like his addition to the Nationals. You can tell he wants it.

Anyone know how long he is contracted to be here? Is he going to permanently be competing in the US?

Two year deal with Star.

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7/10/2017 2:43 PM

Yeah issues at times but overall I think he's doing pretty good!

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7/10/2017 3:27 PM

I'm gonna guess his flights won't be conflicting with any press conferences from here on out, guy was awesome at Southwick. Really cool to see him do well.

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7/10/2017 3:37 PM

Wasnt the break between races longer at Southwick , thought i heard an extra half hour between Moto's.. i have had to catch flights and been out of the track before the next race started to get there, plus you want to get out before the crowd leaves .

He is going well , and was a great signing for Star. Personally i would rather see him on Factory Kawi here with Desalle.

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7/10/2017 10:39 PM

Hes got my respect. Dudes killen it, I like that pass on A Mart he railed that. Its better with him for sure hope he sticks it

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7/10/2017 10:59 PM

Weren't the classes reversed last weekend....?

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7/10/2017 11:42 PM

Robgvx wrote:

Weren't the classes reversed last weekend....?

Yes. That's probably why it was a closer call to make the flight, but making the press conference would be out of the question either way.

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7/12/2017 9:01 PM

Fun guy to watch, he's fast, I'm a fan as well.

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7/13/2017 3:15 AM

Fun to watch for sure. I am happy he is getting results, that help teams to at least consider some oversea transfers, which makes the series better.

I hope he can stay 4th, as there are some heavy hitters for that spot that were legitimate title contenders ! (Forkner, AC, Savatgy, etc as it is big pack from 4th to 9th).

5th in sx, 4th outdoor in 2017,
Then in 2018, 3rd in sx and 2nd outdoor?
Title(s) in 2019?

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7/13/2017 5:44 AM

IWreckALot wrote:

I gotta admit, I like his addition to the Nationals. You can tell he wants it.

Anyone know how long he is contracted to be here? Is he going to permanently be competing in the US?

in an interview with the german "Cross" magazine last year he said: for the rest of his career and that he won't be back racing in the Gps ever

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7/13/2017 5:51 AM

IWreckALot wrote:

I gotta admit, I like his addition to the Nationals. You can tell he wants it.

Anyone know how long he is contracted to be here? Is he going to permanently be competing in the US?

roundtheoutside wrote:

in an interview with the german "Cross" magazine last year he said: for the rest of his career and that he won't be back racing in the Gps ever

I don't think he was the biggest fan of the GP circus. That, and he was consistently schooled by Herlings, or hurt himself trying to beat him

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