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It seems to me, especially in supercross, that anything in the top six or eight gets a rider a good gate pick.
An eighth fastest time in supercross gets the fourth pick in either heat.
When I go to Colorado to dual sport in the summer, I pack an oxygen tank and defibrillator and write my name and address on my forehead before I head out, yet they come here and just complain about the humidity but still perform well.
@supercrosslive A post shared by Racer X Online (@racerxonline) on Brian, I have to believe that if Austin could rewind the clock, he’d be a little smarter about pushing it during timed qualifying.
The kid quite literally took himself out of the season with a series of wild practice sessions.
Why not settle for third fastest each week, with a virtually equal chance at a holeshot, and make it through the season and win it all?
Yes, many athletes train at elevation, and there is science behind that practice.
But there is also something to be said for being acclimated to the climate you’re going to be competing in.