THE EVENT: "I pulled the holeshot and Scott Summers is getting kind of a little bath. I ended up winning the event, I can't remember who got second, I think it was Summers, and Steve Hatch got third. We had a pretty good race between me and Summers throughout the whole thing… I ended up winning that race I think four or five years. It was one of my favorite places to ride… I don't know, I had a few races that were like that. The terrain was really good. It just kind of fit my style, it wasn't real tight and it wasn't real fast, it just flowed really good and it seemed I flowed with it every time. I won it that year, I think I won it in '92, and then the following year I won it also; I think I followed Rodney Smith all the way until about 100 yards before the finish line and passed him. That was the year I ended up losing the championship to Summers. Between me and Summers we had some really good races. I think we started about the same time and kinda ended our careers about the same time. Pretty fun. Other than that the track down there was really good. I think they still have a race down there every year. No, actually that race, that year and the year after that the conditions were about perfect. I think it rained that morning before that race and it was just about perfect. It has some waterholes, like the one I'm splashing through there on the start, but other than that it was really good. It was an old mining area so you were either riding on a ride or you were riding down in the valley. It was really good terrain, kind of up and down the whole time, kind of fit me pretty well."