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Light Brigade: The addition of two more riders to the main creates a land rush.
WHAT ABOUT THE TWO EXTRA MEN?
I was surprised to see 22 riders on the starting line for the Supercross
events. To me, putting more slow riders on the track isn’t a step in the
right direction. But after the races, I’ve only see the top- 20 results listed.
What do the 21st and 22nd riders get out of being in the main?
To accommodate the 21st and 22nd riders, the AMA has decided to
give one point each for 20th, 21st and 22nd places. Money-wise, in the 450
class, a rider will get $2125 for 20th, $1620 for 21st and $1415 for 22nd.
The 250 East/West riders will also get one point for a finish from 20th to
22nd, but their payout is much less than in the 450 class. Twentieth place
in the 250 class pays $370, 21st $360 and 22nd $350.
Twisted sister: If it doesn’t leak,
don’t sweat it. If it does, send it
MY RADIATOR IS A
I crashed my KX450F, and
now my radiator is twisted. I
managed to get the radiator
wing reattached, but I’m afraid
to ride the bike. What can I do?
Should I buy a new radiator?
The MXA wrecking crew
twists a lot of radiators. As
a rule of thumb, if they don’t
leak, then we keep racing with
them—based on the odds that
if we put a new one on it will
probably get twisted right away
anyway. If you can’t live with
that solution, send your bent
radiator to Myler’s Radiator
Repair. They can fix almost any
radiator, and if they can’t, they
can sell you an aftermarket
radiator for $150 (about half the
cost of an OEM radiator). More