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SX class Main...nevernind. Don't think anyone else is watching...

Discussion in 'MX/SX General' started by Scoob, Mar 5, 2011.

  1. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
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    55k
    Check the papers tomorrow.....
     
  2. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
    Racing Number:
    55k
    BTW, Stewy is amazing.....
     
  3. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
    Racing Number:
    55k
    Amazing crash.....
     
  4. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
    Racing Number:
    55k
    Out....maybe not...13 laps to go....
     
  5. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
    Racing Number:
    55k
    Did I mention Stewy is bad@$$? Yes, I know...I am talking to myself.....
     
  6. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
    Racing Number:
    55k
    Did I Mention?....oh yeah, I did. Never mind...
     
  7. barrington314

    barrington314 PR Elite

    Location:
    massillon, oh
    Racing Number:
    314
    lol @ scoob

    stewart is an animal. i thought for sure he was gonna dnf that. comes back to 9TH! wow.
    i hope RV doesnt run away with these points.
     
  8. hershey

    hershey PR Elite

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    Ozone Layer
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    01
    Yes Scoob Stewy is an animal. That jump is insane that he was doing.....even after his big crash. Great race to watch
     
  9. pdracer440

    pdracer440 PR Member

    Location:
    Rittman Ohio
    Not a Stewart fan by nay stretch, but tonight I gained a ton of respect for that kid. Just to get back on the bike took huge nuggets, but to come back to a top 10 finish? Thats just amazing!


    GO RV!
     
  10. MX315

    MX315 PR Addict

    Stewart is a F-ing beast....Anyone else would have been out for the season...He gets up and still hits that jump,Amazing...He is wired one way WFO.......WOW
     
  11. Scoob

    Scoob PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Nashport, OH
    Racing Number:
    55k
    Yeah, sorry guys. I was home sipping/watching by myself....Need to learn to hide the PC in those cases. ;)

    This what I've been saying all along. Like the bro or not, he IS an amazing rider. His results would be much better for his career if he would not amaze us so much, but man, the sport is definately better off to know him....

    He also had the fastest lap of the main AFTER his get off! I think it was in the 1:15's if I am not mistaken. Happy for RV and Kawi, but the winner definately was not the fastest out there. Like RV said last week, you don't have to be the fastest, maybe just the smartest.....
     
  12. C Hudak

    C Hudak PR Addict

    Location:
    Lordstown, OH
    Racing Number:
    2
    I think he got back on the bike and finished because it was a better option then going back to the pitts were Big James was waiting!
     
  13. halffast

    halffast PR Elite

    Location:
    East Sparta , Ohio
    Another great race ! Looked like that track was kicking everbody's arse . I'm really liking this Roczen kid . KTMs are getting a lot of top tens lately . I really thought Canard would be a factor but after a bad start he couldn't seem to avoid trouble ; just poor racing luck . Did anybody else think the coverage SUCKED ?! Just " highlights " of the Lites heats & virtually nothing of the LCQs . They didn't even show the finishing order lists . What happened to SPEEDS " Nonstop , uninterupted , bar-to-bar action " ?
     
  14. barrington314

    barrington314 PR Elite

    Location:
    massillon, oh
    Racing Number:
    314
    dude was down for over a minute. thats crazy.
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  15. Suburban Cowboyz

    Suburban Cowboyz PR Addict

    Stewart

    If you did not like James b/f Daytona, you have to now. What a warrior. I am speechless.



    DOWN WITH SB5!
     
  16. Windtunnel36

    Windtunnel36 PR Addict

    Location:
    Oberlin, Ohio
    Wow, what a race. I just watched the video above, Man James took a hit. He is incredibly tough. Did you hear the crowd cheering him on. He was probably so rattled and confused but by instint, started the bike and took off. I thought it was kind of sketchy how he reentered the track. Reminisant of him and Preston. The flag man was on it though, right there when James went down. What a season so far. I'm still cheering for Dungey, he has to beat Villopoto though. RV is riding so good and so smart. He commented that he saw JS speeding away and rode his own race and two weeks in a row it has come to him. RD was down but not out, keeps plugging away. Again I love Ricky in the booth. Speeds coverage did suck although it was on so won't complain too much. Great race, great effort by all the riders. Great lites race too although no passing. Baggett rode great, Kilbarger 14th. M. Stewart rode good but fell again, I picked Wilson to win in the lites. Picked to win in big class Reed, Villopoto, Dungey, Stewart, Canard.
     
  17. TCracing

    TCracing PR Addict

    LOL! Never thought about that...
     
  18. Tom

    Tom PR Elite

  19. majorKAP

    majorKAP PR Addict

    Location:
    Central Kentucky
    Like Emig and Carmichael, I too wondered what was up with Alessi just pulling over to allow Stewart to pass him for the 9th place position on one of the last laps. But, when I watched a 2nd time a little while ago, I noticed some fool flagman frantically waving the blue banner at Alessi as if Stewart was about to lap him. Anybody else notice that?
     
  20. PitRacer

    PitRacer PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Medina, Ohio
    Yes I also noticed them giving Alessi the blue flag when Stewart passed.

    Stewart is VERY lucky. He had a horrible crash, but when you look at it a few times you realize how lucky he was. He flipped and basically landed in a somersault and back to his feet. His bike completely missed hitting him and landed as gracefully as possible with very little damage. That crash could have easily ended his season with an injury, or at least the race with a trashed bike. But he was able to get back to full speed and mount an awesome comeback.
     

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