Discussion in 'General' started by KMC, Feb 6, 2019.
Get some Josh!!
that might lop off the back 10-15 qualifiers
Does your team owner know you frequent this place?
I guess you will be celibate until post-Daytona. After all, the team owner's got her hands full of things to do! Must focus on priorities!
Oh, and good luck and be safe!
"Crying in his cheerios."
Oh this will be good. Poor fella is in for it.
I didnt see that post above mine. LOL
Welcome to the BBS!
Well, you did eat beans last night. LOL.
Not last night but I do have a batch of chicken chili in the fridge and freezer - ooh and some more bean soup in the freezer too
While the track is getting better surface wise it is still very tough on tires and that's one of the many reasons it's not happening.
Looks like Dunlop is going to re claim the top step this year.
I wouldn’t count those chickens just yet. Many times the best rider has not won at Daytona. It is all too common for something to go wrong in a pit stop or have mechanical issue with the bike.
Even a team as professional as Graves had a barbecued R6 if I recall correctly.
You don’t say.
I stopped caring after all of his homophobic comments on his FB page.
Plus, who is going to build his motor...
Don’t know anything about that. I do know Jason quite well and I’ve never heard him utter anything remotely to be considered as homophobic.
Good to see Josh in the mix!
Wonder if there will be any team orders between the riders....well, other than always stay upwind of Mongo.
can you qualify "the best"?? I mean yeah its a "Who's who" of famous and not so riders, crews, & chiefs. To say "the best rider" has not won is insulting to say the least. All I can say is "bring it" on Saturday, March 16 between 1pm & 4pm.
Should be about 65 or more deserving racers on the grid. Hopefully there are ZERO red flags so we can see a full green race!
You missed my point. I am just saying it takes a great team and possibly a bit of luck to win. The best rider doesn’t always win because sometimes they have issues that are absolutely no fault of their own. That is just the way it goes in a 200 mile race.
It takes an top tier rider for sure, but it takes more than that. It takes the best team to win and even then sometimes luck takes them out. The rider is an important part of the team, but ever Marquez couldn’t win on a clapped out CBR600 with an amateur pit crew. I am not sure why stating that obvious reality is insulting.
So the Daytona 200 is a Mediumweight Senior Superbike (Formula 40) race now?
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