Correct. We start Monday morning. We actually get 10 minutes in the morning to work on our bike before we have to take off on our minute because this is an enduro, so we have to follow a time schedule. We get a 10-minute work period in the morning and then we ride all day. At the end of the day, you come in and say your bike has to be in impound at 4:15 p.m. Well at 4:00, you’ll have a pre-finish, where you come in and they stamp your time card, and then you have that 15 minutes to change tires. So we’ll get our bikes into the pits, take the wheels off, change the tires really quick, and get the wheels back on. This will be my ninth time going, so I’ve got my system down pretty good where I can have the wheels on and off the bike in usually seven minutes or so, which gives me another seven minutes to kind of check over the bike. If it’s dirty, I’ll try and clean it up a little bit; just a little OCD thing going on there. Then just your standard stuff—oil, air filter, check your brake pads, [go over] all the nuts and bolts, and anything like that. You always hope for no major destruction because if you have to change an exhaust or handlebar or something like that, that takes a lot longer than you would actually think it does. That’s kind of how it goes throughout the week.