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ErickK

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Should be an interesting race. By race day probably 5-6 areas for bottlenecks. Make it to 270 and you’re home free lol.
 

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There's a stretch from RM50-55 that is a tight wash and single lane uphills. If anyone botches it or gets stuck in mostly all of that area its going to be a traffic jam. The course goes from really tight and technical to absolutely wide open after 275.
 

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There's a stretch from RM50-55 that is a tight wash and single lane uphills. If anyone botches it or gets stuck in mostly all of that area its going to be a traffic jam. The course goes from really tight and technical to absolutely wide open after 275.
Back in the day, that section was gnarly commonly known as La Biznaga Silt Beds. From 3 hermanos you raced the majority of the wash till the end where the silt beds and then uphill all the way to El Alamo village (great views).
 

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Back in the day, that section was gnarly commonly known as La Biznaga Silt Beds. From 3 hermanos you raced the majority of the wash till the end where the silt beds and then uphill all the way to El Alamo village (great views).
Wasn't there a "Either/Or" along through there where you could stay left in the twisty wash, or go right up through the hills and about a mile later they came back together right at the start of a silt bed?
 

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Wasn't there a "Either/Or" along through there where you could stay left in the twisty wash, or go right up through the hills and about a mile later they came back together right at the start of a silt bed?
At the end of the wash/beginning of the silt beds, there was a sweet moto line to the left that you avoid the silt beds and went directly to the doorsteps of uphill to El Alamo village.
 

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Does anyone know what truck Robby Gordon is prerunning in? Looks like a 6100 or TT. Thanks!
 

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