The Moto: Inside The Outdoors

Season 3 Episode 3

High Point National

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Sep 26, 2011 on Fuel TV
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High Point National
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After a crash that left Mike Alessi sitting out the first two rounds, number 800 looks to comeback strong at High Point. The championship being out of reach before Alessi's season begins, the year is no less important for him as it's a contract year. With his family by his side, Alessi looks to make some waves and prove what his family already knows, he's a winner. His hopes are quickly dashed after a crash in practice injures his shoulder. With stress mounting and Allisi not performing up to the high standards of his manager/father, the two have a falling out. The melt-down brings up some serious doubt if Alessi will ever ride again after the season. On the other side of the coin, Eli Tomac and family are as tight as can be. With a family pedigree for success and the unconditional love and support, Tomac looks to bring home a championship. To do so, Tomac has been training with holeshot expert and KTM rider, Andrew Short, to improve his starts. The two riders form a strong bond that carries beyond riding styles into a friendship. After a disastrous week in Texas, Blake Baggett rebounds beautifully with a first place finish in both 250 Moto's to take the over all win. Meanwhile, after a less than stellar holeshot, Tomac fights his way to a respectable third place finish that his parents could not be more pleased about. In the 450 moto's, Alessi surprises many with fifth place, a solid finish that will surly go a long way to earning a new contract as well as bringing him and his father closer. Chad Reed keeps the good times rolling with a dominant win over rival Ryan Dungee.moreless

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