This year the camp is actually going very good, and it started with the first two days of racing in conjunction with the Sprint Enduro race. It’s great that Jason Hooper (Kenda Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series promoter) was able to work with me and also the land owner to let us stay a couple extra days. A few years back, the camp started as a two-day event, and then we added a third day. So now this camp really started on Saturday when the guys started walking the tests and then, of course, the two days of racing. The first two days we didn’t get to do lots of the drills that we normally do for the camp because they were racing. We mainly focused on just racing and walking, and racing with the special Six Days tires. It was good to see Sipes using the [Six Days] tires during the actual race and able to clock the fastest overall time. Now can someone argue they are really that bad? Also, at Six Days, after each day, the riders have to walk tests in the evening, and I’m having them do that here at the camp, just to get used to the fact that the day is not over once you stop riding. Overall, it was good. We’re also going to do some testing in the next two days with a couple of riders to find their best setup. Then we’ll focus on the line choices, what works for who.