It was pretty blatant, but Brown just flat out rides with lots of intensity. Not that I'm defending him it was dirty and would have really ticked me off if it had been me on the recieving end. Not a bad job of Fonzie at keeping the thumper running, theres no telling how many laps it would have taken him to get it going.
What was Fonzie thinking? Brown ran into him twice right before that and he still left the door wide open. I like Brown and I think he is the fastest 125 rider right now. Travis did the same thing to Ward in the first moto.
When Langston took out Bonds I was like man I can't believe it, But the way Brown took him out was different I think. It was like a game of chicken who was going to let off first, he knew he was coming on that line.;)
I'd like to see Brown try to do that to Langston, or Langston try to do that to Brown....:p They're both smooth, very fast, relentless, aggressive and a little on the nasty side. :cool:
However, it's less likely to happen because neither of them is likely to set themselves up outside. :silly:
As far as Brown being the fastest out there, I see what you're saying. However, Langston is fast becoming my hero for obvious reasons, and if he can ride that fast now with a separated shoulder, he's gonna kick some serious ass toward the end of the season. I don't see Pastrana being any faster than either of them. He needs to step up to the 250's & let these two dog it out. :p
So far, every race I've seen Brown in, he's taken someone out. The man will be wearing a target on his back soon enough.
I wish these 10-year pros who point out COULD'NT sit out / go to Europe for 2 years then come back, the 125's are for the young guys. Too bad if you don't catch a 250 ride in time. It's cherry picking as far as I'm concerned. I'd love to see Brown pull that crap in the 250's.
Cherry picking? Have you looked at the 125 gate? That class is stacked, I think the 125 class is deeper in talent than the 250's this year. You can not "point out" of the 125 nationals. It's not a suport class like in SX. I think it's great that Brown has come back home and shown such speed, he surprised me. Poor Fonzie, he had a choice too he could have used his breaks and not have gotten parked. He saw Brown coming and did nothing too avoid the stuff.
I was standing by that hairpin,cliff,section at RedBud when Ward went down
Travis didnt touch him. Ward went wide and got caught in the loose stuff, tucked the front and ate dirt. All day long riders had taken the inside and passed with ease, Ward should have seen that.
Brown and Fonzie got together again today in the first moto at Unadilla. The results of this tangle looks like Fonseca got forced off the track by Brown. We'll have to wait for the ESPN 2 coverage to see what happened for sure I guess. These two look like they got a little rivalry brewing.