2014 Anaheim 3 Supercross: Photo Gallery

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  1. suzy says:

    Bubba’s back Congrats so happy you won !!!

  2. Mr Pink says:

    What happened to pre and post race interviews? I’d love to see you talk us through every now and then…

  3. Craig says:

    It looked to me like the rear end was too stiff in the main event. Huck-a-bucks through the very slippery whoops, and stepping out around the tightest, very slippery turns. I was surprised after James said so intelligently and clear that the main event was going to be a contest of tire choice and set-up. Sorry for the negative thoughts, but it simply looked like the team didn’t get it right. To my eyes, James looked so much more planted and fast through the heat; then in the main, just looked held back by a brick of a set-up.
    If James is still the only one willing to go out and quad sections of the track, saving tricks for the main after decisively winning his heats, it tells me he is still the man — the craftiest, most talented rider to beat. But has never looked a set-up and dominant as when on the (hate to say it) Monster Energy Kawi (the resources there seem to me to be just tops). I could list the unfortunate setbacks, but that’s for another day. Mainly, I have been hoping and praying for the Yosh-Suzuki team to really get it there. I remember the absolute dominant start of the outdoor season a couple back, and believe it can happen again.
    Point is, I NEVER have given up believing James should be the one to cap RC’s record. As a rider, he deserves it. As a rider, he deserves the highest support and resource outlays attainable. I am rooting for JS7/Team Yosh-Suzuki to actually get on it and pull some championships out — starting THIS YEAR!!
    Best of luck to James and the team. Stay safe, and win!

  4. Craig says:

    It looked to me like the rear end was too stiff in the main event. Huck-a-bucks through the very slippery whoops, and stepping out around the tightest, very slippery turns. I was surprised after James said so intelligently and clear that the main event was going to be a contest of tire choice and set-up. Sorry for the negative thoughts, but it simply looked like the team didn’t get it right. To my eyes, James looked so much more planted and fast through the heat; then in the main, just looked held back by a brick of a set-up.
    If James is still the only one willing to go out and quad sections of the track, saving tricks for the main after decisively winning his heats, it tells me he is still the man — the craftiest, most talented rider to beat. But has never looked a set-up and dominant as when on the (hate to say it) Monster Energy Kawi (the resources there seem to me to be just tops). I could list the unfortunate setbacks, but that’s for another day. Mainly, I have been hoping and praying for the Yosh-Suzuki team to really get it there. I remember the absolute dominant start of the outdoor season a couple back, and believe it can happen again.
    Point is, I NEVER have given up believing James should be the one to cap RC’s record. As a rider, he deserves it. As a rider, he deserves the highest support and resource outlays attainable. I am rooting for JS7/Team Yosh-Suzuki to actually get on it and pull some championships out — starting THIS TEAR!!
    Best of luck to James and the team. Stay safe, and win!

  5. Nicolas says:

    Man what is going through your head!!!

    you’re not even close to the old James of 2009 / 2011, that James went for the win in every rd. your’e still an amazing rider, and some times you show that the old James is still there.

    I hope to see the old Jame in every remaining race, even if you fell more often, that is the James that win races and the number 1 plate.

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  7. James says:

    James it will rain yellow trust me!

  8. Daniel says:

    What’s up James! What happened to your video posts?

    I know Anaheim 3 had to be frustrating after taking that heat win and then pulling out the holeshot in the main and getting bumped at that first turn and dropping to 4th. Like I know you know, it’s going to be a long season … and you’re still in it. At least you didn’t have what happened to Dungey happen to you. There is one main thing to do at this junction in the season – keep your cool and stay patient. You’re doing all you can and your time will come just like everyone else’s has from Roczen to now Reed. So keep the faith so that when your season comes you’ll still be in the points chase. Once again, all things are always possible to those who believe (in Him). So keep believing, stay patient and keep doing what you’re doing. That’s going to be the most important thing – you staying in a good head space and with a strong heart that’s determined to fight to the end of this thing. YOU CAN DO IT! My prayers always. Make sure you’re praying too and giving Him the reverence He deserves. Don’t ever forget He loves you like no else can… and go out there and be you. Don’t get too serious or think too hard, it can only slow you down. Your speed comes from inside, not inside your head. Peace! See at the top podium soon, smiling with all the pressure to pull that first win off your shoulders!

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