Tim Ferry: the good and the bad

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  • tawood385

Posted April 14, 2002 - 03:19 PM


My friends and I went to the Pontiac SX last night. I was very impressed with Tim Ferry, for his riding, and what I saw (and could not believe) in the pits.
Ferry looked good on the track, especially for such a tight track. He did look like he was working harder than the guys on 2 strokes, but he was turning good lap times in practice, and led the main for a few laps before crashing in the whoops.
What amazes me was when I saw him in the pits, he looked like his knee was hurting so bad that he could hardly walk! (This was before his race crash, so I can only hope he didn't make his knee any worse).

[ April 14, 2002: Message edited by: tawood385 ]

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  • DPW

Posted April 14, 2002 - 03:59 PM


I hope Tim can win a Supercross before the season is over, Dallas would be nice. The 426F should work pretty good on the hard pack Dallas track. Tim did have the fastest lap times at Pontiac.


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