Originally Posted by Foot dragger
Those 1st couple laps with Wharton and Musquin dicing and slicing was the best race of the night,neither shut off then Wharton pulled away and didnt fall down,Wharton is very determined to make a name for himself. He was steady at the front and did a great job!
And Yup,those whoops were a real deciding factor,one false move and your race is over or vastly changed for the worse.
Dont want to get tired.
Ive ridden practice days at Marysville MX here locally,they always had an ambulance at the ready and kept it by the man made whoops.
Guys doing pile driver imitations pretty regular.
The number of whoops, and the way they spaced the last ones a little further apart really made it hard, I think because of the change in rhytmn just as you've had enough of them already.
I was happy for The Poodle too.
I like him, and dont mean to call him that, but you've seared my brain with picture flug!