Honestly, you may be able to manual ... but, you probably can't manual like this. Jacob Hinzpeter is showing super smooth style and blazing speed in '08. His backside is going to be an awful familiar site to his competition for the rest of this season.
Anatomy of a wreck ... the obvious problem here is the rider who's having his issues down low ... he's full sideways and has exactly no feet on his pedals ... a problem which which I've become all to familiar with throughout my many years of racing. What's somewhat less obvious is that our lead rider, Anthony Brzezinski, in dodging our slideways rider down low, is testing the absolute outer limits of the first turn. Careful young man ... I'm not even sure what's behind that corner ... it could be the end of the earth !!! Congratulations to the tough young man in red, by the way, who came back to take the next two round wins and the overall for this class last night.
David Smith with perfect turn form shoulders square to the direction his bike is moving in ... head turned to the direction he's ready to move in. Class is 8 intermediate ... but, Garrett Kluth (chasing) is still only 7.
Dane O'Donnell and Daniel Walkowiak had some real back and forth laps with Dane taking down the overall win.
RJ Eckert hauling so much mail that his tires are actually airborne in the middle of the first turn. The shadow line at his tires tells the story. Talk about speedy delivery ... pretty cool, RJ.
Chris Wipijewski (48), Collin Kohls (3) and Nate Booth (57) barreling down into the first corner. With Kohls a little dinged up from a street riding incident that happened earlier in the day -- Wip was pretty much tail-lights and took down a nice win in 15 Intermediate.
Target: Finish line -- target acquired -- affirmative -- all systems go -- achieving maximum thrust !!! 7 year old Maxwell Wilson has the look of determination of a fighter jet pilot.