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Tomac on his first podium, bike changes and honest about A1 disaster

Tomac on his first podium, bike changes and honest about A1 disaster
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Eli Tomac had a brilliant bounce back to the podium from a “terrible” A1 with Eli now right back in the points mix, just 3 behind Jett Lawrence and 10 behind leader, Chase Sexton.

An honest Tomac said he was “totally off” at the opening but he looked more aggressive in the mud at San Fran and admitted he made bike changes the week leading up to the mud bath – but won’t really know if that change works until San Diego!

“My goal was to get on the podium,” Eli said of his goal in San Francisco in the press conference. “That was my mindset and that’s how good I felt physically. I wasn’t, like, limping my way in here at all. Anaheim 1 was obviously really tough for me, was just totally off, rode really tight.

“There was nothing good about it but here, put myself in a great position off the start. They’re so key, to be at least top three. So, that was my focus for the main and was able to execute that and then just try to stay on two wheels at that point.”

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“There were some motorcycle changes but I guess that’s just how it goes and yeah, it was just like last week was terrible for me, straight up. Like I couldn’t do anything. I was stuck where I was at, couldn’t really go forward at all.

“We don’t really know a whole lot I guess because this is a mud race, but I went back to something that’s worked in the past. So, I guess we’ll find out next week.”

Back in the points hunt and back on a setting that all but won him the title last year?

Jett Lawrence might be up against prime Sexton and Tomac in San Diego and it might just be the race we have all been waiting for in 2024!

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