I try to get in the same amount of calories in on race day but it’s tough because we have so much going on. Even when you're chilling you still got people coming in and out of the rig so it’s definitely harder for me on race day to keep eating. It's important to dedicate blocks of time out to eat. On practice days we are usually at the track at 9am and out by noon. So I am snacking during that time. On race day you have to plan two meals, your lunch and dinner because we are there all day long. For me I am not a huge warm up guy and I don't take the stationary cycle with me at the practice track. I might do a little warm up in the morning before I leave my house to go practice. On race day I usually make the free practice my warm up and will only use the stationary cycle before the main event. On race day it’s such a long day and I am constantly moving around that I don't go into cool down or shut down mode. If I do shut down for a few I am known as a napper and after a nap, I feel like I am good to go.