Swizcorner: SeattleMonday, April 23, 2012 | 1:55 PM
It’s been a long time since San Diego, the race where all of that apparent Eli Tomac impenetrable dominance suddenly hit a brick wall. Actually, a manly set of whoops. In a split second the title which appeared to be a foregone conclusion was back on like Donkey Kong. Dean Wilson made up 24 points to take the advantage by 2 and with Eli nursing a jacked up elbow from the crash, the two riders had essentially traded moods and mindsets on lap 7, which would last 8 weeks. 8 grueling weeks of what if’s and recuperation for Tomac and 8 weeks of boats n’hoes for Dean. You know what I mean.
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