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Suzuki remains untouchable
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Suzuki remains untouchable

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yo_jimbo 04-28-2008 08:31 PM

When I saw this headline, I thought at first you were talking about Suzuki's failure to communicate with owners via email. :-(


HelterSkelter 04-29-2008 04:24 AM

Yawn, the sooner the AMA gives up these races the better.

What a total yawn fest, the only excitement is seeing if Spies and Mladin are going to throw a punch at each other on the podium.

longride 04-29-2008 04:56 AM

Spies would have to get in line with the rest of the field for socking Mladin.

seruzawa 04-29-2008 05:13 AM


Originally Posted by longride (Post 183498)
Spies would have to get in line with the rest of the field for socking Mladin.

What? You think that other racers might be a bit put out about the special rules that stop the race and allow Mladin a second chance after he crashes? LOL! Sort of like the NBA's "Michael Jordan Rules(tm)". All calls go in MJ's favor. No one can touch His Highness.

mscuddy 04-29-2008 06:24 AM

Well at least road racing still has the "open class".

I'm going to start a petition to the AMA to bring back the open class in MX. Oh wait, a 450cc four stroke is an open class least that what I always thought. Too bad they put out the same power as a 250cc two stroke.

Where was I, oh yes, Suzuki...go Suzi.

longride 04-29-2008 06:32 AM

The difference between the two being that Jordan was the best in the world at what he did, and never acted like a prick doing it. Mladin is in Little League and walks around acting like his shyt don't stink.

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