Eli, you guys had not raced at Southwick in a few years. Throughout the day the track was constantly changing and evolving and becoming rougher and rougher. Right from the onset, did you have a good read on everything?
Southwick’s always ever changing but it was cool to see that the practice was a little bit smooth and then by the end of the second practice it started coming around and drying out a little bit and getting a little bit softer and deeper. In the past this place has had a pretty hard base and I thought today there were some fun sand berms and some cool rollers. So for the most part I just really enjoyed this new direction, or the original direction of it. So I was all about it. You know in sand it’s all about momentum and not burying it somewhere and losing your speed. There were sections on the track where it was a little bit timing. You kind of had to wait for things to come to you. In other sections, like the mechanics area, you’re just holding it wide open and praying. That was a pretty gnarly section there as you kind of went over the top of that hill. So it turned into a nasty, nasty track but at the same time pretty fun.