Just some moments from sitting on a rock in the middle of the desert taking pictures. 3rd overall and all around nice fast guy, Jonah Street He must not be used to photo guys because I distracted him long enough to bobble I bet he wishs his Aprilla fired right back up… First overall and never gave me a chance to take a bobble picture. All those guys were on fire! This guy can make a DRZ400 haul the mail! He ran up front and was flogging that DRZ everytime I saw him. I believe he was Canadian. TT poster and all around good guy, Roscoe Rainey. TT poster and winner of the worst luck at the D100 award, Brett aka Slackinhard This spot wasn’t super technical but it did slow down the riders and occasionally served up a digger: Crashing WR guy KTM kickout guy. This was impressive but (un)fortunately he saved it. KTM OTB guy (watch that hand…geesh!) Ty Roberts. Grew up riding with this guy and he was making this old bike rattle, errr ummm….sing! New headlight/old XR guy, saved this high speed offcamber slide, very cool to watch. It was only a 50 or so foot stretch and I only to spectate for but a moment of each racers attempt at the D100. I appreciate the time they took to wave...but PLEASE ignore the fat guy in the safety cone orange jersey and watch where you are going. I was almost run over because one guy slowed to wave as another came up to him. Rider #2 jump high to go around Rider #1 and that put #2 on a direct path to the big guy in orange looking through a piece of glass. ...As #2 caught a glimps of me, he goes higher into a 2ft volcanic ledge I was sitting on... a quick rev, a loud thud, and there might have been some sparks later both riders were clear. Thankfully so were my shorts. I was situated near the end of the lap and gave gas to two 2T on the way back to the finish. They were very thankful (and seemingly suprised) I would give them gas... They are just lucky I put my "trail whale" tank on...or I may have been a little stingy.