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Old 12-31-2009, 08:49 AM   #1

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Default Roger Edmondson leaving AMA Pro Racing

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Old 12-31-2009, 01:46 PM   #2
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The correct dream. The wrong fix. The destruction of an elite series. The god complex and the unwillingness to say, "I'm sorry I messed up this idea" have turned the AMA series into a joke. Ulrich believes that the AMA series should be affordable to all. Horseshyt! The AMA series should rival WSBK. 20-25 bike grids of the fastest bikes in the world. Can't play on that field then don't bother coming to the party.
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How is it possible that for some 60 years we managed to have interesting, competitive racing at Daytona and now it's so damn hard to figure out? I realize there have been times when a particular make (HD) dominated due to shenanigans with the rules, but even then it was popular and fun to watch.

Here's the Klazy Ken plan: a new series that allows only single crankpin V-Twins with a cylinder angle no greater than 75%. Pushrods, dry sumps, and 100 max rear wheel HP. People would flock to it!
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