By David Vuillemin
My head isn't in writing this column today. I've lost my last grandparent yesterday. My Grandma was 89 years old and I am trying to book my travel arrangements to make to the funeral. I was dreading this day to happen. It's always tough to lose a grandmother. They are always great to us and I have nothing but great memories with all of them.
But anyways, the Houston SX had its good amount of drama once again and I've enjoyed watching it on TV. The track looked ok with its usual great dirt. I like that they had a tough rhythm section that made the difference but they still had that tight flat turn after the whoops that was one lined. The curve before the triple also made the track really narrow and made the riders come to the triple sideways, which isn't ideal. Ask Windham on this one (more on that later). The track had a few 90-degree turns, which I am not a fan of for racing but I did love the huge bowl turn before the finish. Talking about that, what about RV railing it with both feet on the pegs? That was awesome.
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