Rob has 3 1000 wins in a row, along with a few other 1000 wins. Second guy to every win 3 in a row. Larry Ragland did it first.To me, a Baja 1000 win out weighs a a championship.
Both would be rad but I'd rather have a win if I had to choose.
Arm was the biggest injury with numerous extensive fractures, chest and head trauma but all recovered, arm will take time.Help me out on Voss. What did he injure? His head, neck, shoulders, arms, legs, knees, fingers, toes, internal injuries, ribs? That was a horrific wreck.
This thread has gone way off the rails, so I am going to ask my somewhat unrelated question.Exactly. I would be VERY VERY surprised if Luke is not the DOR. I am sure he will be.
Pretty sure its the DOR.This thread has gone way off the rails, so I am going to ask my somewhat unrelated question.
If Luke is the DOR and they win the race, how do they split the points up. Would Luke and Rob both get "winner" points? Or do the points only go to the DOR?
Jim O'Neal did the same thing for years. I like Jim. I had a discount code for gear for a number of years. He was fast in the desert. But he also would ride just a few feet and hand the bike over often. He would go ride a section of the course in at least one of the classes he was entered in when I was racing. I don't know what he did after about 2008.IMO-the current approach to points is poor. Points should be divided amongst all the drivers/riders of the vehicle.
Shane Redline is leading the Pro Moto category. Nothing against Shane (I actually really like what he's doing for the sport), but he has no business leading/winning the championship.