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Old 01-07-2013, 11:51 AM   #1
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Old 01-08-2013, 11:41 AM   #2
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A lot of dynamics within the field makes for a very interesting race/season. This type of racing can be very exciting. I wish them all continued success.
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A lot of dynamics within the field makes for a very interesting race/season. This type of racing can be very exciting. I wish them all continued success.
Yep, it's going to be a good year. I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than 5 different race winners this season. It'll be fun to watch!
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I miss Ricky Carmichael sometimes but his domination made some of the races boring. If anyone can win it makes it so much better.
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Good to see the often injured but so talented and always class act Canard riding so well and of course Millsaps, who has always had the talent but it seems he has had to overcome health issues that sapped his endurance.

Canard has always tried too hard I think and paid the price with serious injuries. He has massive talent and if he can back it off a notch, he will still be competitive. Millsaps apparently has figured it out (diet I heard) and is continuing he great finish from last year. Of course Reed, Dungey, Stewart (who did not seem to come to terms with the Yamaha, but really gets it on with the Suzuki) and RV, wow. What a field. I hope they all can stay healthy.

This promises to be a great season, with a deep field contaning many capable of winning. I can't wait!
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