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January 8th, 2012, 05:12 AM   #1
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Wow, Villipoto was untouchable, was in a zone. Reed steady as ever, waiting in the wings in case someone fucks up. Speaking of fuck ups, Bubba, its becoming apparent you are lacking something. I guess you can be crazy fast, right up till you crash. Its getting to be an even odds bet weather or not you go full retard on raceday.
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Pov....clearly Villopoto has confidence, put down the fastest laps of the event in the first heat race, he was in control. Poto looks solid, lets see if he can keep it up.

I'm not a huge Stewart fan, but I saw something last night that could prove interesting as the season progresses....patience. Yea I know it didn't look like he had any patience when he crashed, but I still feel he wasn't riding over his head, just my opinion, but I'm curious how he bounces back in Phoenix next weekend. Let's not forget that Stewart has Joe Gibbs giving him pointers on mental preparation, and I think we saw some of that last night.

Reed...as you said steady as ever, but I'm curious if he came in to the first race in fighting shape. He looked a little tight on the bike as well as pudgy...or it could have been an under jersey protector?

Dungey came in right where I expected, rode smart. He looks to put his nose in there this year, if so, it could make for interesting battles throughout th season.

I'm ready for Phoenix!
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Damn, no live races so I have to wait for a replay on Aus Speed channel, often a week late, but better than nothing. Go Reedy, good start. As for Villopoto, I could watch him cutting laps all day long, magic rider. Dungey on the KTM is interesting, remember in the outdoors last year he suffered a mechanical dnf and an almost dns with Suzuki and that was it, he's outathere to KTM. They should be a contender. Stewart is weird, anything between the ears or just empty space?
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Damn, no live races so I have to wait for a replay on Aus Speed channel, often a week late, but better than nothing. Go Reedy, good start. As for Villopoto, I could watch him cutting laps all day long, magic rider. Dungey on the KTM is interesting, remember in the outdoors last year he suffered a mechanical dnf and an almost dns with Suzuki and that was it, he's outathere to KTM. They should be a contender. Stewart is weird, anything between the ears or just empty space?


Its on ESPN, as you said, a week late
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Just was watching the replay - Poto is the benchmark no doubt, going to be a tuff season's racing.
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Dungey gives KTM their first win in supercross. I hope he can keep this up all season to challenge Villopoto.
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Dungey gives KTM their first win in supercross. I hope he can keep this up all season to challenge Villopoto.
Nice win for Dungey but the ride of the night was Villopoto. All the way from last place to podium. I was surprised that Dungey wasnt too far ahead. He had a clear track the whole race but was still kept in sight. Villopotos focus is amazing. Barring injury I dont think he can be beat this yr.
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Congrats to Dungey! I like that kid.



And Mr. DeCoster, simply known as The Man.



Also, congrats to KTM.



Stewart continues to kill his career. Villo had a great recovery. Its his championship to lose. Speaking of losers, Reed still sux.



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Chad Reed wins against Dungey and Stewart. Jumkie you ever get tired of being wrong?
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I laugh everytime Reed takes points and congrats on the win LOL......
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