LMAO! It could have been interesting that's for sure.There is a very good reason Mladin didn't carry out his impulse to punch Pegram in the face...Pegram would have killed the ******.
Yeah, remember that! He dropped kicked em'......Yates was leading the Daytona 200 or close to it at that point. I guess that was considered some sort of self control.Mladin said he wanted to punch Pegram because Pegram didn't protest the safety concerns as much as Mladin did. Saying he wanted to punch Pegram wasn't very professional. Reminds me of not too long ago when Yates kicked another rider that was down on the ground, but at least Mladin didn't act on his impulse. Anyway, the track owner fixed the main concerns the riders had. Mladin left the track before giving the track owner a chance to do anything. Hacking stayed at the track and still didn't ride after improvements were made. Perhaps there's more to the story than has been reported on tv and the net. Mladin still shouldn't have said that about Pegram.
Hopefully today's race will go well for Pegram!
Nice to see a guy not jaded giving back to the fans, good for him, just a bonus he did it on a Duc.note how gracious Larry was with fans after the race. He was "on cloud 9" so to speak. I'm very happy for Larry. He does work hard to keep the team running and he is representing Ducati very well. Good for him!