2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

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Postby frederick » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:02 pm

http://www.speedweek.com/usmx1/news/609 ... uzuki.html
Damn rch suzuki and their casino money.
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Postby Pumaxcs » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:06 pm

WHAT!?

"When Suzuki he will earn between 2-3 million dollars - depending on the amount of bonus premiums."
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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby mxmadman374 » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:08 pm

frederick wrote:http://www.speedweek.com/usmx1/news/60930/Exklusiv-Ken-Roczen-geht-von-KTM-zu-Suzuki.html
Damn rch suzuki and their casino money.

So that's who Langston has been talking about going to rch!

Since it's in German I'll give you the spoiler if you haven't heard : Ken roczen going to rch Suzuki after motocross.

Its good to see diversity, so I think it's a good move for us fans.

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Postby frederick » Thu Jul 31, 2014 10:20 pm

To be fair ktm has been buying talent since the beginning of time. For example Roczen the year he won his first title.
I'll still cheer just as much on him though. :lol:
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Postby scheeve3 » Fri Aug 01, 2014 4:06 pm

That's what I meant when I said a long time ago: "The US sx/mx scene has the advantage of knowing the history on how ktm handles there stuff". Seems like Suzuki is actually doing something with that knowledge :P.

But also in Europe they're waking up. Honda clinched Tim Gajser for another 5 years (the rest of his MX2 career if the -23 age rule stays) and they're already talking to Herlings for 2016 MXGP...
And Yamaha is putting so much money and effort in which already pays off with Jeremy Van Horebeek... I see him challenging Cairoli next year.
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Postby krossboy » Sat Aug 02, 2014 3:22 pm

Just read some rumors on one Estonian site that Ryan Villopoto will ride MXGP next year and so they plan one GP in USA
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Postby mxs4crf » Sat Aug 02, 2014 3:51 pm

I read somewhere (Vurbmoto maybe, but not sure) in a Villopoto interview that he wont come to Europe soon because he need to finish some agreement with his sponsors.
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Postby krossboy » Sat Aug 02, 2014 3:55 pm

mxs4crf wrote:I read somewhere (Vurbmoto maybe, but not sure) in a Villopoto interview that he wont come to Europe soon because he need to finish some agreement with his sponsors.

They wrote that it's only rumors so you maybe right, but would be actually pretty awesome to see him go against Cairoli
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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby dbaum25moto » Sun Aug 03, 2014 12:31 am

krossboy wrote:
mxs4crf wrote:I read somewhere (Vurbmoto maybe, but not sure) in a Villopoto interview that he wont come to Europe soon because he need to finish some agreement with his sponsors.

They wrote that it's only rumors so you maybe right, but would be actually pretty awesome to see him go against Cairoli

Id rather see Cairoli come to America and race against Dungey, Roczen, Barcia etc.
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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby krossboy » Sun Aug 03, 2014 6:41 am

dbaum25moto wrote:
krossboy wrote:
mxs4crf wrote:I read somewhere (Vurbmoto maybe, but not sure) in a Villopoto interview that he wont come to Europe soon because he need to finish some agreement with his sponsors.

They wrote that it's only rumors so you maybe right, but would be actually pretty awesome to see him go against Cairoli

Id rather see Cairoli come to America and race against Dungey, Roczen, Barcia etc.

That would be good also, but there are some Europeans in USA already, would be nice to see what Americans could do in Europe
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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby bob117 » Sun Aug 03, 2014 3:42 pm

krossboy wrote:That would be good also, but there are some Europeans in USA already, would be nice to see what Americans could do in Europe

theres only 2 fast guys in Europe, and one of them is sandbagging the 250 class. so whats gonna be nice to see? i dont watch the gps, but from what i hear cairoli doesnt get good starts, and is just fast enough to get to the lead? and poto is a good starter, so even if cairoli is fast enough to run potos pace, he wont be able to run him down if he gets a bad start. it would be way more exciting if all the best guys just came here, like most of them do anyway.

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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby krossboy » Sun Aug 03, 2014 7:18 pm

bob117 wrote:
krossboy wrote:That would be good also, but there are some Europeans in USA already, would be nice to see what Americans could do in Europe

theres only 2 fast guys in Europe, and one of them is sandbagging the 250 class. so whats gonna be nice to see? i dont watch the gps, but from what i hear cairoli doesnt get good starts, and is just fast enough to get to the lead? and poto is a good starter, so even if cairoli is fast enough to run potos pace, he wont be able to run him down if he gets a bad start. it would be way more exciting if all the best guys just came here, like most of them do anyway.

Paulin was giving some hard time to Cairoli, untill he broke collarbone and finger. Desalle won races, crashed aswell. Van Horebeek has looked good, got GP victory at Loket in straight up fight. Bobby had many problems from early on. Would be nice to mix it up in Europe also, not everyone going to the burgerland.
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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby scheeve3 » Sun Aug 03, 2014 8:29 pm

Krossboy, those rumours are less rumours than you think.

What I heard in Lommel...
Kawaski and monster needs to get enough budget and than it's a done deal, US contracts or not. But where do you get a big budget like that? Oh well ... The world championship is getting sponsored by monster Energy who are getting beated year after year by a RedBull rider and also Mr Luongo is sick of having riders going overseas. So even they (Youthstream and monster energy) want's to help kawasaki a hand. Now with Paulin going to Honda there is a big amount of money free already ... Paulin almost gets as much payed as Cairoli, he's a very popular guy with sponsors... So there's some money free.

What also would be a requirement for RV2 would be having Tyla Rattray as a team mate ... But I don't realy buy that part of the story. All other seemed very convincing considering it came from the same ppl who predicted the Lieber thing :P
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Re: 2014 AMA Outdoor Nationals Discussion

Postby Ddavis » Sun Aug 03, 2014 9:59 pm

I've also heard that RV to MXGP class in Europe is a done deal, we'll see.
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