Originally Posted by enduro0125
Reed silently worked up from the third turn crash to get fifth.
He ain't washed up yet. Getting a good start is so important this year.
+1, in both mains it was obvious as passing was difficult. Reed has been pretty consistent, better than Dungey till last week, but RD was impressive! Reed needs to stop trying to win it in the first or second turn. Millsaps is the real deal, the way he battled JS and is just consistantly fast. With a 14 point lead, he is going to be hard to catch now if he doesn't choke.