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1/21/2018 3:39 PM

What was the greatest/coolest track designs you guys have seen?

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1/21/2018 4:18 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/21/2018 5:54 PM

Most any of the Daytona tracks designed by Gary Bailey, especially when it crossed pit road with the section out back and also using telephone poles for whoops. Brutal.

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1/21/2018 4:21 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/21/2018 4:21 PM

Can't remember what year it was but some SX guys designed a bunch of them. Pastrana had a pretty good one.

Edit: Someone will know what I'm talking about and the year. Early-mid 2000's.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

1/21/2018 4:24 PM

Glendale/Phoenix 2017

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1/21/2018 4:25 PM

I liked Anaheim 1996. The turning whoop section was cool.

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Go Hawks!

1/21/2018 4:45 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/21/2018 4:45 PM

2001-4 ish pontiac silverdome.

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1/21/2018 4:46 PM

The LA Colosseum tracks were pretty sick how they went up the stands then had the peristyle jump back down into the stadium.

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1/21/2018 4:51 PM

1st triple crown at A2 2018.. it was historic.

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1/21/2018 4:55 PM

Vegas 94. Jumping out on top of the locker rooms then jumping back into the stadium was pretty cool.

A1 in 2006 was a damn cool layout as well.

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If at first you don't succeed, then maybe you just suck. - Kenny Powers

1/21/2018 5:06 PM

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Positively, absolutely 110% obsessed with anything MOTO.

1/21/2018 5:26 PM

LastCall211 wrote:

Vegas 94. Jumping out on top of the locker rooms then jumping back into the stadium was pretty cool.

A1 in 2006 was a damn cool layout as well.

That Vegas track was awesome

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1/21/2018 5:58 PM

The first (maybe only?) TP199 track at St Louis with the crazy dragon backs stands out to me...

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1/21/2018 6:24 PM

2009 STL. TP designed the track and would've qualified out of the LCQ but crushed his radiator bumping into one of the other riders. There were so many cool obstacles on that track.

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1/21/2018 6:32 PM

Meadowlands 1988. You can see it in Rick Johnson Profile of a Champion video

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1/21/2018 6:39 PM

Wait......Anaheim 1987. The jumps were huge and it was kind of a changing of the times with the tracks

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1/21/2018 8:07 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Can't remember what year it was but some SX guys designed a bunch of them. Pastrana had a pretty good one.

Edit: Someone will know what I'm talking about and the year. Early-mid 2000's.

Yup. This track was bad ass.

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1/21/2018 8:13 PM

Any of the tracks in the old Fulton County stadium in Atlanta that didn't get rain were awesome.
89, 90, and 91 were all memorable

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1/21/2018 8:35 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/21/2018 8:36 PM

2001 Anaheim 3 always sticks out in my mind. Unique obstacles, which included split whoops, a "mogul" section, and a monster step up double/triple thing just before the right hander that led to the finish.

I also really just liked the overall layout. Of course it was also the beginning of RC's dominance, which I hated for years, but I got over it lol.

Edit: I also feel that all the tracks from 2000 and 2001 put today's to shame.

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James

1/21/2018 8:35 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Can't remember what year it was but some SX guys designed a bunch of them. Pastrana had a pretty good one.

Edit: Someone will know what I'm talking about and the year. Early-mid 2000's.

Sully wrote:

Yup. This track was bad ass.

Thanks for sharing! I was there, but forgot how awesome the track and the racing was that night.

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1/21/2018 8:40 PM

LastCall211 wrote:

Vegas 94. Jumping out on top of the locker rooms then jumping back into the stadium was pretty cool.

A1 in 2006 was a damn cool layout as well.

Those were some fucken big whoops!

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1/21/2018 9:05 PM

Oklahoma State Fair 88?

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1/22/2018 1:05 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/22/2018 1:05 AM

Very interesting! I've never seen or heard of this before. Thanks for sharing.

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1/22/2018 5:14 AM

JMR1976 wrote:

Oklahoma State Fair 88?

Haha

Man, it is easy to forget sometimes how far this sports has come as far as presentation.

Went out there to work the year that worldsports ran "the national amateur supercross championship". 1990 maybe.

Great place and people. The mayor of okc had a son that was a solid privateer.

But holy cow, it was 100 degrees and the wind blew like there was a plague coming in. And the dirt was like concrete with a fine layer of flour on top.

Savitski was still doing the tracks and he built a set of whoops that were vertical on the faces. They looked like saw teeth. And the dirt was so hard that they didn't rut.


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1/22/2018 5:49 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Can't remember what year it was but some SX guys designed a bunch of them. Pastrana had a pretty good one.

Edit: Someone will know what I'm talking about and the year. Early-mid 2000's.

Sully wrote:

Yup. This track was bad ass.

That is a bad ass track. I miss good interesting technical tracks. Don't get them any more.

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1/22/2018 6:10 AM

Another vote for 09 St Louis.

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1/22/2018 6:17 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/22/2018 6:21 AM

this one..i made it for mcm2 in 2007...

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or phoenix 2007
or indy 2000

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1/22/2018 8:15 AM

Las Vegas 2000... I always thought that was a great one.

Great Battles, and lots of passing that night.

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1/22/2018 10:48 AM

drt410 wrote:

2001-4 ish pontiac silverdome.

1996 Pontiac as well, one of my favs

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1/22/2018 11:19 AM

half of the 2003 SX tracks were awesome. Pontiac '03 with the wall jump at the end of the whoops was insane! Go back and watch. Reed won that night on his win streak. The guys nowadays might not jump that wall like they did.

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I'm just here to stir sh#t up...

1/22/2018 11:37 AM

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I'm just here to stir sh#t up...