"I knew I could get a good finish, if I got a good start," said Dietrich. "I went out there, picked my own lines, and didn't worry about anyone else. It was hot and it was tough. This might have been one of the toughest races I've been in. I didn't get the start I wanted in the first moto, but I passed a lot of people and got to seventh. In the second moto, I got the start and I rode up front with those guys. I had to back it off a little bit because I'm not used to doing two 30-minute motos back-to-back like this. It was a learning process for me. I'm happy. This is awesome. I knew I could do it."