I've talked with each of them a bit, especially Gavin and Jacob because they're teammates, but not exactly best friends and they probably never will be. But they still understand that they're on a team. I did have to talk to them once in Colorado Springs [earlier this season]. The thing is they didn't trust each other on the track, so they were kind of playing cat and mouse with one another. They were being safe, but didn't necessarily know what the other one was going to do, and in the meantime Travis Sewell ran away for the win. Obviously I wasn't too happy about that. When they're on the track they should be racing forward, not playing games with each other. That hasn't happened since and they've been good about that. I expect them to race aggressively. I definitely don't expect any of them to come in and clean them out, but at the same time there's only so many opportunities and they all want to win the championship. I understand that there's going to be some rubbing and racing, and my thoughts on that are if one rider is going faster than you on a certain day and you're holding them up, then you can expect to be hit so they can get by. I'd expect that from any rider. At the same time, there's respect between teammates and we talk amongst ourselves about things that are and aren't working on the track. I think for the most part they have respect for one another. Does that mean they won't get aggressive on Friday night? I'm sure they probably will. Each rider needs to be aware of the position they're in [in the points] and what they need to do on the track. I don't want to see anything dirty, nor do I expect to see anything dirty out of any of them.