Who are looking to have a breakout win in ‘20?

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12/20/2019 2:34 PM

nascarnate326 wrote:

Can we put Roczen on this list?

Yup, and if he wins early watch out

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12/20/2019 6:16 PM

A1 Plessinger. Mudder

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"I think you're pretty slow, everyone else on here knew that for years."

12/20/2019 6:23 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/20/2019 6:24 PM

Osborne. And if he gets it early, he's going to be a threat in the points.

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12/20/2019 7:16 PM

resetjet wrote:

Nope gonna be webb,tomac,anderson show. It would take alot for someone to pull a brayton but it is possible. It does happen.

Roczen has to be a favorite for at least two wins

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12/20/2019 11:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/20/2019 11:14 PM

TeamGreen wrote:

No New Winners?
Really?
I’m thinking 2 or 3 new winners.

Theres rarely 5 different winners in a year and usually only 4. So you have the 3, 94, 2, 21, 51 . Which one of those guys are you saying doesn't get a win? Which 2 of them; which 3?

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12/21/2019 12:00 AM

I'm really hoping for McAdoo in 250s

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12/21/2019 12:50 AM

Luke Clout in 250s

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12/23/2019 2:52 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/23/2019 6:49 AM

Last year the only new winners were the champ and Baggett.

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12/23/2019 6:53 AM


If history repeats, Aldon's riders win the championship, but the latest ones currently have only 1 title.

So it is Osborne's year wink

And next one is Musquin's wink

Of course i also think the heavy favorites are Tomac and Webb, then Anderson and Roczen, but anything can happen !

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12/23/2019 6:58 AM

Question wrote:
If history repeats, Aldon's riders win the championship, but the latest ones currently have only 1 title.

So it is ...more

Musquin?

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12/23/2019 9:56 AM

mxb2 wrote:

Musquin?

I don't think we see Marvin until Outdoors '20.

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12/23/2019 10:38 AM

Question wrote:
If history repeats, Aldon's riders win the championship, but the latest ones currently have only 1 title.

So it is ...more
mxb2 wrote:

Musquin?


In 2021 in SX, Musquin will be champ, stamp it wink

Just kidding, although it is a possibilty. I hope so anyway. I know he would then be the oldest sx champ, and the oldest first timer, but nothing is impossible. I just hope he fully recovers then we will see. I was really thinking it was his year, and even placed a bet with a friend on him a couple of days before his injury ...

Back to Osborne ; i think he will have more or less the same speed as his training partners, who can also repeat, so for me, depending on his confidence i think Osborne can get multiple podiums, potentially wins, and if so he can be close to or in the championship hunt.

Equal to Osborne but different style, AC should be good too especially on the west coast, i would not be surprised to see him close to or at Roczen's speed, so amongst the favorites.

Including Baggett, and this year that is 6 potential race winners with the most odds (Barcia, Wilson, Plessinger, Mookie, Brayton, maybe more, can also get some odds depending on the start, weather, other riders start, and/or whoops size).
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12/23/2019 5:45 PM

I'll give Baggett another nod and AC (if rookies count).

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