Ask Ping!Friday, June 15, 2007 | 8:15 AM
if a guy has the number 1 on his bike... does his number plate really need to be red? Doesn't the number 1 pretty much say it all. Just wondering.
Did he get the holeshot? photo: Steve Bruhn
Did he get the holeshot?
photo: Steve Bruhn
Do you even read these emails or do you have your assistant take care of it for you? Here's my real question. When will be able to see race results on Sportscenter. Its lame that they show scores on womens college softball, lacrossse, even hot dog eating, those aren't even sports. Is our sport not "mainstream" enough to get some play on ESPN, they report on other crap that knowone even cares about. Have your people talk to their people and see what you can do. Thanks bro.
Smitty in SLC
Tonight on ESPN...
Tonight on ESPN...
I have a question about you racing in the ama supermoto series... I notice that all the old pro motocrossers/roadracers/dirt trackers ride the 450 class (jeff ward, burkhart, henry) you know, guys like that. Then you have the lites class wtih a bunch of up and coming amatuers like currie, dimick, seiver and even a girl andrea walsdorf! What the heck are you doing in that class? shouldnt you be riding with the big boys? You talk smack about me trying to ride with them at X games but I dont see you riding with them? isnt that the class you should be riding?
also, cut out the smack talk and act a little more your age! its not intimidating its just annoying and immature! It makes it even more immature when you have a 15 year old kid telling you this! haha
If you were a real man all of this will be on racer x in the ask ping section! Ill be checking to see if it goes up...and so will everyone else in the industry!
Dear El Nino,
Cherry picker? photo: Carl Stone
Adios, El Nino.
photo: Carl Stone
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