No BRO coverage at A2? No worries, we’ll just throw in a lap by lap breakdown from the BRO perspective. If you want to follow along, find the race on YouTube. If you can’t find it on YouTube, I advise you call your Best Buddy and have him remind you to breathe again.
Track preview – Who is going to tell this red arrow to fuck off already?
Holeshot – Villopoto takes it from Brayton who joe’d it out to the outside, which is what everyone does when they think they have the holeshot and hit the brakes way too late.
Lap 1 – Reed passes Villopoto like a boss. Villopoto passes Chad back a few turns later. Carmichael is talking and says “the hoops section”. I am upset.
Lap 2 – Stewart is going on-on-off from the inside like a boss while everyone else is tripling on then off. Also, Stewart is still tire tapping the triple he ate shit on. Clearly, no fucks will be given by him right now.
Lap 4 – Villopoto, Reed, Stewart. Dungey has been running 6th for three laps in a row now, meaning his lap charts read 6-6-6. I’m on to you, Ryan. Or should I say, Satan.
Lap 8 – Villopoto may be in the lead but he drags his foot like a joe through turn one every lap.
Lap 9 – Stewart passes Chad, who looks over like “the fuck’s up with this bullshit?”
Lap 10 – James has a tear off flapping, which is the moto equivalent to having your woman on her period with a megaphone and a new Flo Rida album.
Lap 11 – Dungey passes Brayton. Brayton did not look like a boss for that one.
Lap 12 – Millsaps and Windham battling. Davi is psyched as fuck to never have to wear an AGV again. Turns out that mouthpieces that look like they belong on a basking shark are not a good look. And Windham is just not giving a fuck because he won in the crowd’s eyes the second he hucked the transfer.
Lap 13 – Everything Ralph says sounds like a sexual reference when you have the mind and maturity of a 12 year old.
Lap 14 – Ralph say’s he is “not trying to date Kevin Windham”. A brute note of insincerity is evident in his voice.
Lap 15 – Windham and Millsaps still battling. It’s K-Dub, BRO, we know what is going to happen. He never loses, he just allows others to lose less than normal sometimes.
Lap 16 – Chad is hanging with James, both are pacing Villopoto. Dungey, meanwhile, is on a KTM.
Lap 17 – Ralph explains that Stewart is making up points in the championship, even though Villopoto is obviously the points leader now and is ahead of him. Ralph does math not good.
Lap 20 – Villopoto either double or triple lapping Jeff Alessi, which reminds me that Mike Alessi (and by extension, Tony Alessi) has not gotten any TV time in this race. Thus far in this program, Jeff is more valuable to sponsors for being lapped. Like a boss.