The final special test was the most difficult. "The first few tests were mainly sandy sections, sometimes with some clay and mud puddles thrown in but the final test was the most demanding of the day," stated Bobbitt. "It was a tight woods section that looked like it hadn't been pre-run. I felt like a wild bandit in the woods blazing the trail. There were roots exposed everywhere and lots of vines which would catch your foot pegs, boots and rear brake caliper at times. It was definitely a little hairy and I was glad to finish."