BLAST FROM THE PAST
I have a few pics this week, as this has turned into a tasked salted with passion since we have an unorthodox filing system (a million photos liberally tossed into file cabinets, closets, desk drawers and binders) that has me poking and selecting anything that makes me smile. Enjoy.
SUPERCROSS FACTS, GOSSIP AND PIT PIECES
The San Diego track was painfully pedestrian with nothing really new so it made starts paramount. When the teams were walking the track all the top guys knew they had to go 3-3-3-2 in the one rythym lane, otherwise everyone did the same thing everywhere else.
According to our inside sources San Diego’s Petco park is a weird place, it’s absolutely smack dab downtown. But the pits are really far away and you have to negotiate the massive homeless population.
Here’s some random thoughts: The Barcia thumb injury makes sense, he was riding way too good in the Nationals to suddenly having arm pump issues.
Cooper Webb is the real deal. He’ll have to get his starts under control if he wants to be a player in the 450 class.
If somebody doesn’t shake up RD5, its gonna get boring real quick.
Trey surprised everyone, he’s been really hot and then bitter cold. Most figured he’d be hammering the podium hard.
It looks like James Stewart will ride this Thursday, Mike Webb telling us that this will be the shakedown for Anaheim. Webb says that JS7 has incredible focus and any dip in the meter could be catastrophic- therefore the gradual push rather than an assault is the plan of attack.
Jason Anderson finished third, then got docked two positions for jumping while red cross flags were out. Cole Seely is now officially third position and Eli Tomac fourth.
All of these photos come from Kinney Jones, our bud and one of the top photo journalists on the planet.
PRODUCTS• PRODUCTS• PRODUCTS
THIS AND THAT (BASICALLY PICS THAT MAKE MY LIPS CURL…in a good way)
Enduro Illustrated, Issue #13. Jonty Edmonds continues to pump out a stellar digital off-road magazine. Please check it out.
Enduro illustrated #13 January 2016 by Enduro illustrated
Don Amador pushing for Companion Trails
WOLF: BACK IN THE DAY
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