What we learned from these year mxdn

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9/29/2019 8:10 AM

The Hoff is a beast,
Herlings is human,
never count out Belgium,
no luck for team USA,
...............,

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9/29/2019 8:14 AM

Mud races do not do well for USA riders.

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9/29/2019 8:42 AM

Cream always rise to the top

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9/29/2019 8:43 AM

Never go off Saturdays results!

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9/29/2019 8:53 AM
Edited Date/Time: 9/29/2019 8:55 AM

Herlings is human and makes mistakes.
You don´t need an official team to win 1-1.
Prado in his first ride on a 450 can beat most riders
Luongo camera´s crew should be fired
France, does not matter who rides, they are great competitors (as long as bikes don´t break down)
Gajser does not crash under pressure.
But, personally, it looks a very promising 2020 season. Jonas a Seewer very strong, and Prado can rule the show after some break in period. Cairoli, Gajser, Herlings, looks good.

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9/29/2019 9:02 AM

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

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9/29/2019 9:05 AM

Wells423 wrote:

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

They will

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9/29/2019 9:15 AM

We learned that 2 riders on the same team unfortunately colliding is bad for results. Team USA did fine, they podium without that accident imo.

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If talk is cheap, silence must be expensive because nobody can afford it!

9/29/2019 9:17 AM

Hold the pre-race training in the swamps of the deep south.

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9/29/2019 9:32 AM

Thanks to my wife, I learned after witnessing Team USA’s results this morning, that bacon can make anything better.

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Do It In The Dirt!

9/29/2019 9:40 AM

That your best rider getting hurt on the first lap of the first race kills any chance of doing well.

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9/29/2019 9:42 AM



The Hoff is amazing considering his terrible injury's at the beginning of the season broken neck & back

GB never give up & to keep on fighting to the end,

Herlings is a beast considering his injury's this year.

Oh and Harrie Kulas is such a determined rider day in & day out total professional.
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9/29/2019 9:59 AM

What we have learned is that the guy who has won 4 MXoN motos in a row, finished 3rd in the MXGP championship and won 2 GPs this year while breaking his back in the offseason is not on a factory ride....

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9/29/2019 10:09 AM

Mxgp 2020 is gonna be sick

Cairoli, gajser, herlings, coldenhoff and prado can all battle for the tittle. Lets hope they all stay healthy

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9/29/2019 10:40 AM

Wells423 wrote:

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

Your remark is sopt on. Kawa said no already. Who´s going to volunteer coming years?.
It it was my business, I would say too much effort for too little reward. And Renee or Ernee o whatever in the north of France can a be a rain hole again.

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9/29/2019 10:49 AM

We were reminded of the fact that motocross is the KNARLIEST sport known to man!

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9/29/2019 10:52 AM

Wells423 wrote:

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

JFerry wrote:

Your remark is sopt on. Kawa said no already. Who´s going to volunteer coming years?.
It it was my business, I would say too much effort for too little reward. And Renee or Ernee o whatever in the north of France can a be a rain hole again.

Yeah. All the teams, who's not in the podium. shouldn't go. Too little award

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9/29/2019 11:05 AM

That the USA is average in speed to the Euro's. Top 5? 10? But then that's the team we sent...top 5's. Just facts.

Reminds me of the 70's. Hannah, Tony D couldn't touch em. We've been here before. People forget that fact.

Ask Villapoto. Used to be, no name nobodies could go to Europe and win a world championship. That's been

awhile.

That said, I'm proud to be an American and proud of our team and their courage and effort to go. Win or lose.

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9/29/2019 11:06 AM

Wells423 wrote:

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

JFerry wrote:

Your remark is sopt on. Kawa said no already. Who´s going to volunteer coming years?.
It it was my business, I would say too much effort for too little reward. And Renee or Ernee o whatever in the north of France can a be a rain hole again.

Maybe they should just crown the USA winners every year by default and just FedEx the trophy over, so they don’t need to bother coming over to prove that’s the case? If it’s too much effort, and all.

Also, this is motocross. Rain is part of the sport, and while I agree that mudfests aren’t great, it’s the same for everyone out there, and if you fall apart completely in the rain, then you’re not exactly the most well rounded rider are you.

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9/29/2019 11:07 AM

Prado will be tough to beat next year "rookie" or not.Fast in the sand faster everywhere else.Young man sure can ride.

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9/29/2019 11:30 AM

That Anderson was a good fit for Team USA. Fought back from 40th in moto 1, and held his own in Moto 3.

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9/29/2019 11:37 AM

Wells423 wrote:

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

JFerry wrote:

Your remark is sopt on. Kawa said no already. Who´s going to volunteer coming years?.
It it was my business, I would say too much effort for too little reward. And Renee or Ernee o whatever in the north of France can a be a rain hole again.

keinz wrote:

Yeah. All the teams, who's not in the podium. shouldn't go. Too little award

Two different things here. Teams putting the money and riders and Federation.
Kawasaki said no already. For them is a business decision.

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9/29/2019 11:41 AM

To send our best mudder GNCC team of Russell, Duvall and Kelley.

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9/29/2019 11:44 AM

Wells423 wrote:

We learned the USA will never win one of these fucking things again.

JFerry wrote:

Your remark is sopt on. Kawa said no already. Who´s going to volunteer coming years?.
It it was my business, I would say too much effort for too little reward. And Renee or Ernee o whatever in the north of France can a be a rain hole again.

Fuck Kawasaki! I support the Austrians- give fans a race to watch, sell bikes! Big thumbs up from me!

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9/29/2019 11:44 AM

We need to stop making the national tracks so similar. Sand, hard pack, whatever, just something besides the uniformity of today.

Saddleback or Carlsbad conditions for a couple of races a year for a start would be a good start

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9/29/2019 11:45 AM

the FMOTP is a mud specialist

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the funniest thing about this particular signature is that by the time you realise it doesn't say anything it's to late to stop reading it

9/29/2019 12:00 PM

Apparently Norway can be podium contender.

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- Filthy Euro
- Silly prankster
- Life-long Zook fan
- Rooting for all privateers on this rotating ball of carbon, hydrogen, silicon and poop

9/29/2019 12:01 PM

ktmfun219 wrote:

To send our best mudder GNCC team of Russell, Duvall and Kelley.

the UK will counter that with Watson, Jarvis and Walker

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- Filthy Euro
- Silly prankster
- Life-long Zook fan
- Rooting for all privateers on this rotating ball of carbon, hydrogen, silicon and poop

9/29/2019 12:03 PM

Lol I just looked at the videos and saw the results. I learned we got fkn smoked.

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9/29/2019 12:06 PM

Bidirella wrote:

They will

I don't see how. We don[t have the heart for it. SX will prevent from ever improving at MX on the world stage. Nobody wants to be a world champ. Any Americans over there now are there because they can't get a ride here. What was What is Coopers excuse int he second moto? Zach was awesome in moto 1 then hovered in 16-15th.
I admire Coopers, Andersons and Osbornes commitment but we won't really be a player on the world stage again. We may see the occasional podium but that's about it.

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The older I get, the faster I was.