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February 6th, 2012, 02:48 PM   #51
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Congrats to Villopoto. Big ups to Bubba racing though the pain and busted up ribs. Reed, once again, cruising around hoping for the front runners to crash.



The heat races seemed the most exciting. What was up with the crash fest? Crazy shit!



What happened to Hansen?



Also, anybody got some news on Canard and the other guy (forgot his name).?
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February 6th, 2012, 04:15 PM   #52
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What happened to Hansen?



Also, anybody got some news on Canard and the other guy (forgot his name).?
I think Hansen's front brake was damaged in the run to the first turn, and he decided not ot continue.

I've not heard any additional news on Canard and Ryan Morias, just they both have a long road to recovery ahead of them. It sucks because a healthy Canard would have made this years championship even more interesting.



Cycle News has an interview with Canard...6 month recovery
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Also, anybody got some news on Canard and the other guy (forgot his name).?


Heard he asked Jesus what the F was going on ........... but he is still waiting on the answer! You think the constant stream of broken body parts would have given him a hint by now, but you know, those American's and their complex!
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Thought you Americans would appreciate Reed's consistency. Isn't that how Hayden won his title? Riding for podiums!
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What a finish to Rd6. Down to the wire thanks to lappers. RV solid as. Reed consistently there and almost taking it. Stewart consistently eating dirt. The guy obviously has an IQ deficiency because you would think he would have learnt by now that staying upright is kinda important for winning races. It is looking like it is RV's championship to loose and if he does loose it then it will be the great Aussie, Chad Reed who scoops up the awards!
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Matt Moss got his first podium, 3rd in the 250's. Go the Moss!
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What a finish to Rd6. Down to the wire thanks to lappers. RV solid as. Reed consistently there and almost taking it. Stewart consistently eating dirt. The guy obviously has an IQ deficiency because you would think he would have learnt by now that staying upright is kinda important for winning races. It is looking like it is RV's championship to loose and if he does loose it then it will be the great Aussie, Chad Reed who scoops up the awards!
Don't count Dungey out just yet. The Katoom with it's linkless rear suspension didn't work too well in San Diego which happened to have the longest and gnarliest whoop section.
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Don't count Dungey out just yet. The Katoom with it's linkless rear suspension didn't work too well in San Diego which happened to have the longest and gnarliest whoop section.
yeryer but one thing for sure is RV and Chads bike will be on the money just about every race whereas the katoom will not have this consistancy.
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Don't count Dungey out just yet. The Katoom with it's linkless rear suspension didn't work too well in San Diego which happened to have the longest and gnarliest whoop section.


That was a seriously gnarly whoop section.



I count Dungy out because he doesn't have the animal in him to win. He is just too passive. I think he is an awesome rider.
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That was a seriously gnarly whoop section.



I count Dungy out because he doesn't have the animal in him to win. He is just too passive. I think he is an awesome rider.
I think Weimer might disagree with you...lol Did you see that aggressive pass Dungey put on him in the main....he was like "get the fuck out of my way you wanker!"
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