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Nobody wants to see Dungey go out like this.

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I swear I feel partly like I’m either in an alternate universe, dazed and confused or straight up taking crazy pills.

Is it just me or is Ryan Dungey just NOT GETTING IT? It is GO TIME!! 

The writing is on the wall, the panic button has inarguably sounded and it’s do or die. 

 

I’ll give you two things, firstly this is the best we have ever seen Eli Tomac in Supercross and on the flip side of that, Ryan Dungey is clearly not the best we have ever seen from him. Sure he has always been a perennial great starter (and finisher over his career) but ever since Eli hit his stride, it’s like he...

What a race to behold in the return to Seattle after a two year hiatus.

Lead Photo By: James Lissimore
 
I’ve watched the Seattle race a few times now and after initially feeling like I was equally impressed by both Dungey’s charge from last to fourth as well as Tomac’s ride from tenth to second, there’s an obvious superior.
 
Tomac attacked that moon-dust-like track surface like it was just another typical Supercross track with a smattering of ruts and a forgiving base that tempted him just enough to go to a place we haven’t seen many go in a few years. Ryan Villopoto used to do it here and there but to be completely honest, no one delivered rides like Eli did this weekend, like— yes, I am going to go there, James Stewart.
 
Hear me out.
 
What was James Stewart best at? (I just realized I am talking about JS7 like he is retired. I hope he isn’t but under...

I gotta be honest, for selfish reasons, I am really glad this situation occurred.

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Over the years, there is no doubt I have written about Chad Reed many times and the majority(possibly all), in my mind have been positive-- dare I say admirable; to the point of me feeling slightly convicted of “fanboy-ism”. I’ve been cognizant of this possibility over the years but rather than trying to balance the scales by manufacturing some critical analysis of Chad, I’ve written what I’ve always stamped as a truthful point of view. At times I've worried that my objectiveness may have been sacrificed without my even knowing it but following St.Louis, I am quite proud to say, my objectiveness is fully intact.
 
Let’s rewind all the way back to the moment Chad has been quoted as noting that sparked his anger with Ryan Dungey, the first corner of the Main in Detroit. He points the finger...