Not my usual... AMA PRO MOTOCROSS

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  1. LostInPa

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    As some of you know, when im not spending my free time exploring, i'm riding atv's or doing something along those lines. This past weekend, i went to an AMA Pro Motocross event in Budds Creek, MD. I spent the night before the race to watch the amateurs on the supercross track and to get drunk and see if i could sneak onto the motocross track and take some night shots. After unsuccessfully trying to sneak in, we noticed there was a possible entrance near a house on the property. As we walked by a guy stopped us and said nobody was allowed near the track because of past vandalism and the fact that speed had hundreds of thousdands of dollars of cameras already mounted in their posts. Needless to say, we got by him...


    1. Our Campsite
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    2. Looking out from out campsite. One part of an 8+ section parking lot
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    4 Overview of the supercross track
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    5 Starting Stretch of the motocross track
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    9 My step bro and his buddy on the flagging stand at the supercross track
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    10 Us at the finish jump
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    12 I also snuck into the pits... for a second. My favorite riders bus, Bubba Stewart.
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    13 Bubba owning the competition
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    17 Bubba walking onto the podium accepting his $1,500 check for getting all of the holeshots of the day. He also won every race
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    That looks like a nice set! I would bring the exposure down (in photoshop) for most of the night shots though!

    Looks like a bunch of fun for sure!!!
     

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