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No spoiler but well worth watching

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That is exactly what I've been waiting for. So glad I just bough the pass for the rest of the season.

 

Impressive.

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That was a all out duel

 

 

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That was completely RC vs Stewart. Exact same scenario. 

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I didn't expect that outcome

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14 hours ago, TN Dirt Rider said:

As soon as they broadcast it in southern U.S. English I'll watch it.

I honestly hope you never do, then. That Emig turd has been disgracing the proper English our commentators are speaking for a few races now. It spurts out odd words like "Carolly" and "Lesardio" and is generally really difficult to understand. Sounds mentally impaired most of the time, except for a few nice technical MX inputs every now and then.

 

Anyway.. the racing is superb! Can't wait for the next round, hardpack Czech Republic, healthy Gajser and Febvre coming round again.. man I'm excited :D

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Are these races replayed on youtube? I love the Euro announcers, they get excited and add to the show.

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I actually really like Paul Malin's coverage of the races and enjoy his commentary.

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4 hours ago, YHGEORGE said:

Are these races replayed on youtube? I love the Euro announcers, they get excited and add to the show.

Nope, but there is a "yarr" replay always uploaded at offroadvideos dot org well within a week after the race.

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Cairoli is in a class of his own.  He sent the "sand specialist" back to the kiddy table.

On 6/27/2017 at 10:24 AM, BLSJDS said:

I actually really like Paul Malin's coverage of the races and enjoy his commentary.

He was talking about a battle for 5th or 6th between Gaijser and somebody, while the were showing Cairoli riding around with a 10+ second lead.  He totally called the producers out.

"Or we can just keep watching Cairoli waaaayyy out front".

I laughed.

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Wow......... He absolutely crushed Herlings soul and in the sand of all places! Is it just me or does it look like Herlings get's flustered  when the 450 guys don't just roll over and die when battling? Herlings ran a good race no doubt about that but now he KNOWS he's not the master.

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He has admitted he had it easy in 250 and can't cope with riders pushing him about and repassing him , not a clever thing to admit to , but then again his pr skills are never great

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9 hours ago, mog said:

He has admitted he had it easy in 250 and can't cope with riders pushing him about and repassing him , not a clever thing to admit to , but then again his pr skills are never great

Are you talking about the sand bagger?

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10 hours ago, mog said:

He has admitted he had it easy in 250 and can't cope with riders pushing him about and repassing him , not a clever thing to admit to , but then again his pr skills are never great

He wasn't just repassed but he was out smarted easily by the 8 time champ. Cairoli anticipated his every move and attack.

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By no means I intend to lower Cairolli's recent performances because they were absolutely outstanding, especially given his age, but the roles will revert until the end of this season. Just mark it and wait.

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If a.c. is clever from now on I think I would manage my points lead , he pushed very hard last week to prove something, no need to every week

 

 

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Another fantastic week. I think Herlings was still a little scared of what happened to him last week. He rode that second moto like he didn't want to risk blowing up again but I think he was a little faster than Cairoli this week. Cairoli always starts ahead of him. This week will be great for Herlings' confidence with a couple off weekends.

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