A: I just kind of had a rough heat race, I got tangled up with Chad Reed, so I had to ride the LCQ. I'm glad I was able to put on a good show for the fans in the LCQ, but ultimately I came out on the short end of the stick. I got my Yamaha off to a good start and was battling with Weston Peick for the final transfer spot throughout the LCQ and it came down to the last few feet of the race; apparently they don't go by the transponder any more because it said I won the race, but they go by the line on top of the jump. But we saw several photos that showed I was in front going across the line. But that's what happens when you end up in the LCQ, and you shouldn't be in there in the first place. Those kind of things happen in the LCQ and it sucks that the sanctioning body is unable to distinguish finish line scoring like any other sport. It's frustrating that it's a professional sport and yet they can't even get the scoring right. But we'll move on and look ahead to the rest of the year.