Swizcorner: IndyMonday, March 18, 2013 | 2:00 PM
This weekend in Indy, the glaringly obvious theme I took away from it was; there were truly only about 5 riders who left Indianapolis happy. That’s no exaggeration. Marvin Musquin, Kyle Peters, AJ Catanzaro, Ryan Villopoto and Ryan Dungey is about where the satisfaction ended following Indy.
250SX points leader Wil Hahn, who rode impressively from last to third was even displeased with his effort on the night. I was pretty surprised at that but when Wil dismounted his bike, it was clear that he was not happy with something. He wasn’t throwing his hands up or stomping his feet but there were no fist pumps or high fives. You could see, he felt like he should have been better. After a start which could have easily ended terribly, he just charged to the podium. He said afterward that he felt he should have been better, earlier.
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