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OK, Marv won his class again, but THE BIG ONE at the Red Bull Straight Rhythm was the two-stroke final and - no surprise at all - RV2 couldn't cut it against the Stank Dawg and Ronnie Mac as the two superstars swept through to the hugely-anticipated confrontation in there Main. OK, once of them bites out first run - won't spoil it by telling you who - but he comes back for another run. Drag forward to 1:05:00 to see the confrontation @

STANK DAWG | 19.10.2017

No doubt what is the highlight of the weekend's Red Bull Straight Rhythm as Ryan Villopoto and Chad Reed have had their arm twisted to take on Ronnie Mac in the TWO-STROKE class, but Ronnie is not the only joker in the pack ! Ask any right-thinking folks who have attended a US National where he competes and they will confirm that Gared Steinke is THE MAN ! "Stank Dawg" races a smoker ... and makes the points ... against the 250Fs to the delight of any true MX fan and he has laid down the gauntlet this week with a joker post on Instagram, reminding them that HE is "the only one who actively races a 2-stroke; you guys are burnt out more than my roach". Completing the eight rider line-up are Mike Brown, Ryan Sipes, Ryan Morais and Jon Ames.

MARVIN'S MILLION | 15.10.2017

Red Bull KTM's Marvin Musquin is a millionaire .... courtesy of Monster Energy ! The Frenchman picked up the seven figure cheque after dominating all three ten lappers at this year's Monster Cup in Vegas; he is the first rider to sweep the board since Ryan Villopoto achieved the feat at the first time of asking in 2011. Mattighofen swept the first five places as the Japanese challenge disintegrated; Suzuki's Justin Bogle, Kawasaki's Eli Tomac and Honda's Tim Gajser each crashed out of the first moto in separate incidents, while Yamaha didn't even make the start after Davi Millsaps fractured an elbow during midweek testing.


Christophe Charlier's exciting season continues next month when France's Nations/ISDE double Gold hero joins Marvin Musquin, Dylan Ferrandis and the SX Tour regulars as they take on Dean Wilson, Zach Osborne, Cole Seely and Christian Craig in the Paris SX as Europe's major indoor event returns to the French capital for the first time in five years at the brand new U Arena on November 18/19. Tickets from 65 are available @ though be warned there appears to be no language option.

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