Arctic Pride

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  1. That looks like another possible WFO round the outside line
  2. I wonder how many Monster "support" staff carry similar creds
  3. Didn't Filthy finish top 5 in points for last years outdoors?
  4. I only watched a bit about Bolling, definitely got put up on a much higher peg, very cool project and had no idea this was a second job.
  5. I would develop a prototype airbox that actually sits at the back of the bike and flip the motor the right way
  6. "gask tank deep" - Eli Tomac from thunder valley, they definitely repaired some of them between races
  7. This is why you develop a rule system, the blue flag should indicate not only leaders but also for the rider being lapped to do X (insert whatever rule you want that will make the most sense) along with enough warning to accomplish the rule. Lights like they use in SX could also be useful (not the circus lights)
  8. He also said he prefers the 450
  9. The flaggers need to be full time for the season, trained and paid providing lappers adequate time to move outside of the premier line(s) before the chase comes to them. Sport needs more money or a different production company.
  10. No, they need to move, lappers causing delays in actual racing is infuriating. Flaggers are also part of the problem.
  11. I was curious if that blacked out Redbull Honda was setup for straight cross
  12. I agree, it was just like Osbourne tucking the front end into a rut that wasn't developed enough. Although to be fair a hair trigger brake and a ton of water between moto's doesn't mix too well
  13. I was curious if that blacked out Redbull Honda was setup for straight cross I was curious if that blacked out Redbull Honda was setup for straight cross
  14. I'm sure Webb does not agree.
  15. Must be that touchy front brake