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2/7/2010 3:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/17/2016 8:38 PM

Ryan got a great start about 3rd until Dungey slid out and took him down too. When he finally got going he was dead last. Rode hard all night up to 4th and had the fastest lap in the main going through traffic. After all that he even gained points on the leader, I say if he ever gets a holeshot he will check out. I think he will win this championship if he can stay injury free. His stamina and speed has increased weekly and he is in a great position right now. I just hope we have a mudfree A3 next weekend. Thats MHO and I'm sticking to it.W00t By the way great win DM.

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2/7/2010 3:21 PM

x2 GO TEAM GREEN!!

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2/7/2010 4:56 PM

RV looked damn good...he can't beat the rookie though. smile

track was sketchy at best, he kept on the gas all the way. dungey was catching him then dropped off the pace....next week, might have to drive out. smile

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2/7/2010 4:59 PM

yep!

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2/7/2010 5:00 PM

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well we ain't the smartest folks in the world...i mean we're fucking dirtbike riders for christ sakes.- BobbyM

If you chose not to decide you still have made a chioce.



2/7/2010 5:23 PM

Big ball's little wiener.... ha ha ha ha

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2/7/2010 5:24 PM

Credit where credit is due. Very good race. I like how this season is shaping up.

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2/7/2010 5:45 PM

RV was in the passing lane during the main.. I got my money's worth.

I wish I could say it was exciting to watch Andrew Short follow Davi Millsaps around for 15 minutes, but the fun came from watching Dungey ride with a leaky radiator and RV passing almost everybody.

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2/7/2010 6:03 PM

rockcrawlerdude wrote:

x2 GO TEAM GREEN!!

X3

Some of us know what's up... RV seems to be a slow starter, he should be on top by around, oh, VEGAS... smile

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2/7/2010 6:56 PM

rockcrawlerdude wrote:

x2 GO TEAM GREEN!!

Outsider wrote:

X3

Some of us know what's up... RV seems to be a slow starter, he should be on top by around, oh, VEGAS... smile

X99 if only he could get a start!! he wouldn't waste them like that 800 kid did in SX laughing

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2/7/2010 6:59 PM

RV2 is still the man to beat with Stewart and Reed out IMHO.

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2/7/2010 7:18 PM

I just hope we have a mudfree A3 next weekend.

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2/7/2010 7:29 PM
Edited Date/Time: 4/17/2016 8:38 PM

I think he will win this championship if he can stay injury free.

I hope you're right but why would you feel he is in the driver's seat at this point, besides being a relative?
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2/7/2010 7:51 PM

Bobbles wrote: I think he will win this championship if he can stay injury free.

I hope you're right but why would you feel he is in the driver's seat at this point, besides being a relative?

Ryan did not come into this season properly prepared. Those around him such as relatives made him aware of it and he realized it as the season began. Since the start
of the season he has made improvements in his bike, physical, and mental preparedness. He is going faster than he was earlier in the series. Though his result at
San Diego was not optimal, he was happy in how he rode. Night and day compared to his performance at A2. I guess we will have to see if I'm right, anything can happen in SX
as we have seen already. I look forward to great racing and some awesome battles in the weeks ahead. If that happens then we the fans are the winners.

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2/7/2010 8:00 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/7/2010 8:04 PM

Uncleof2 wrote:

Ryan did not come into this season properly prepared. Those around him such as relatives made him aware of it and he realized it as the season began. Since the start
of the season he has made improvements in his bike, physical, and mental preparedness. He is going faster than he was earlier in the series. Though his result at
San Diego was not optimal, he was happy in how he rode. Night and day compared to his performance at A2. I guess we will have to see if I'm right, anything can happen in SX
as we have seen already. I look forward to great racing and some awesome battles in the weeks ahead. If that happens then we the fans are the winners.

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

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2/7/2010 8:01 PM

I shall never forget Ryan's performance at Budds Creek (MXoN). Absolutely unbeatable - on that day. There will be more.



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2/7/2010 9:16 PM

Bobbles wrote: I think he will win this championship if he can stay injury free.

I hope you're right but why would you feel he is in the driver's seat at this point, besides being a relative?

Well, he is improving race by race which his giving him confidence, and a confident RV is hard to stop. He likes being the hunter in that he is coming from a deficit and obviously he feels he can pressure RD or Hill into mistakes. Nothing to lose so to speak, especially if people are looking past him or underestimating him. Thats a great position for many athletes that have a championship past. RV has a few people in the "crosshairs" and with JS out, it's on.

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2/7/2010 9:24 PM

Bobbles wrote: I think he will win this championship if he can stay injury free.

I hope you're right but why would you feel he is in the driver's seat at this point, besides being a relative?

Uncleof2 wrote:

Ryan did not come into this season properly prepared. Those around him such as relatives made him aware of it and he realized it as the season began. Since the start
of the season he has made improvements in his bike, physical, and mental preparedness. He is going faster than he was earlier in the series. Though his result at
San Diego was not optimal, he was happy in how he rode. Night and day compared to his performance at A2. I guess we will have to see if I'm right, anything can happen in SX
as we have seen already. I look forward to great racing and some awesome battles in the weeks ahead. If that happens then we the fans are the winners.

Best answer I've seen for someone who could have given a much more one sided answer... Best of luck to you and Ryan

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2/8/2010 12:08 AM

BobbyM wrote:

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

Dungey may have nothing to lose, but he is the guy acting like he does. He is unraveling before our eyes again. I hope he gets it together, but he is obviously doing too much thinking.

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2/8/2010 5:51 AM

Uncleof2 wrote:

Ryan did not come into this season properly prepared. Those around him such as relatives made him aware of it and he realized it as the season began. Since the start
of the season he has made improvements in his bike, physical, and mental preparedness. He is going faster than he was earlier in the series. Though his result at
San Diego was not optimal, he was happy in how he rode. Night and day compared to his performance at A2. I guess we will have to see if I'm right, anything can happen in SX
as we have seen already. I look forward to great racing and some awesome battles in the weeks ahead. If that happens then we the fans are the winners.

BobbyM wrote:

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

JB 19 wrote:

Dungey may have nothing to lose, but he is the guy acting like he does. He is unraveling before our eyes again. I hope he gets it together, but he is obviously doing too much thinking.

I don't think he's unraveling again. He crashed last week and messed the bike up a bit but salvaged a good finish. This week the slick mud got him but it claimed a lot of riders.
I thought Hill was going to win when he started at the front like he did and Dungey and Villipoto went down. RV had a great ride this week to salvage a good finish. I'm glad we're seeing some good races.

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2/8/2010 6:01 AM

BobbyM wrote:

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

JB 19 wrote:

Dungey may have nothing to lose, but he is the guy acting like he does. He is unraveling before our eyes again. I hope he gets it together, but he is obviously doing too much thinking.

Old GA Racer wrote:

I don't think he's unraveling again. He crashed last week and messed the bike up a bit but salvaged a good finish. This week the slick mud got him but it claimed a lot of riders.
I thought Hill was going to win when he started at the front like he did and Dungey and Villipoto went down. RV had a great ride this week to salvage a good finish. I'm glad we're seeing some good races.

X2 RD is unraveling just like shorty or RV or many others that have not won a race yet or have crashed lately.. Just cause Hill says he´s falling apart does not make it truesmile

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dont screw with me, i am old and feeling grumpy..

2/8/2010 6:11 AM

RV will win this championship in Vegas IMO. He will be 2 points down and have to win it, and will. Of course this is all just blab talk, but that's what I see happening.

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2/8/2010 6:17 AM

It was a great race all the way around.

One thing is for sure every point earned is going to be critical for these guys come Vegas.
I think we are going to see a very tight points chase and races like SD could be the difference.

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2/8/2010 6:48 AM

Uncle...he's still in the battle.

Anyone one of several guys can win this title and that's all you can hope for at this point in the season. He looks good and is getting better every weekend.

Looking forward to more good racing from Ryan and all the other guys.

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2/8/2010 6:49 AM

RV had the fastest lap in the heats and the two fastest laps in the main.

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2/8/2010 8:31 AM

Bobbles wrote: I think he will win this championship if he can stay injury free.

I hope you're right but why would you feel he is in the driver's seat at this point, besides being a relative?

Uncleof2 wrote:

Ryan did not come into this season properly prepared. Those around him such as relatives made him aware of it and he realized it as the season began. Since the start
of the season he has made improvements in his bike, physical, and mental preparedness. He is going faster than he was earlier in the series. Though his result at
San Diego was not optimal, he was happy in how he rode. Night and day compared to his performance at A2. I guess we will have to see if I'm right, anything can happen in SX
as we have seen already. I look forward to great racing and some awesome battles in the weeks ahead. If that happens then we the fans are the winners.

BobbyM wrote:

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

With the knee injury he had, he is an under dog again.

Remember when knee injuries ended careers….

May the best man win!

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2/8/2010 9:56 AM

`ol Ger wrote:

I shall never forget Ryan's performance at Budds Creek (MXoN). Absolutely unbeatable - on that day. There will be more.



g

maybe the single greatest mx performance i have ever seen gerry...either that or when i saw joel robert smoke everybody on and off the track. smile

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2/8/2010 10:25 AM

Uncleof2 wrote:

Ryan did not come into this season properly prepared. Those around him such as relatives made him aware of it and he realized it as the season began. Since the start
of the season he has made improvements in his bike, physical, and mental preparedness. He is going faster than he was earlier in the series. Though his result at
San Diego was not optimal, he was happy in how he rode. Night and day compared to his performance at A2. I guess we will have to see if I'm right, anything can happen in SX
as we have seen already. I look forward to great racing and some awesome battles in the weeks ahead. If that happens then we the fans are the winners.

BobbyM wrote:

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

JB 19 wrote:

Dungey may have nothing to lose, but he is the guy acting like he does. He is unraveling before our eyes again. I hope he gets it together, but he is obviously doing too much thinking.

why don't you tell us how to do it ace?

i loved how ryan unraveled in the nats, at sx and the mxon...if that's the case i'd love to see this kid get it together...sheesh.

the kid is solid and leading the series for fuck sakes...

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2/8/2010 11:34 AM

`ol Ger wrote:

I shall never forget Ryan's performance at Budds Creek (MXoN). Absolutely unbeatable - on that day. There will be more.



g

BobbyM wrote:

maybe the single greatest mx performance i have ever seen gerry...either that or when i saw joel robert smoke everybody on and off the track. smile

X 3

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2/8/2010 11:35 AM

BobbyM wrote:

you ALWAYS gotta go with the relative...blood or otherwise. make a stand and get on wid it.... the thing about ryan v is he is the heir apparent, he is expected to win this title, james or not and he just might. ryan d is a rookie expected to make a showing but not win the whole shebang...that's badass. dungey has nothing to lose compared to yer boy. no matter... it is and it's goin to be a great year for racing.

JB 19 wrote:

Dungey may have nothing to lose, but he is the guy acting like he does. He is unraveling before our eyes again. I hope he gets it together, but he is obviously doing too much thinking.

BobbyM wrote:

why don't you tell us how to do it ace?

i loved how ryan unraveled in the nats, at sx and the mxon...if that's the case i'd love to see this kid get it together...sheesh.

the kid is solid and leading the series for fuck sakes...

The difference with supercross, nats and mxdn is that he wasn't THE guy. Lites SX in 08 he was. He seems to do better with his back against the wall. He was so impressive in this series at the start that he was THE guy when James and Reed went down. I'm not the guy to tell him how to win SX's.....but it is obvious he has trouble trouble dealing with being the top dog.

Like I said, I hope he gets it together.....this has the chance to be an epic series.

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