The guys up here are going to do their best to make sure the course is good for the Elite races tomorrow. And, hopefully, I’m going to have to eat my previous words. I think that the course might be fine for the races tomorrow. Today, for the majority of races, the course was just a grind. Not super deep, but pretty deep, sticky mud. But, the last race of the day, won by local Matt Shiver, Trek, the course started drying up pretty good. The temperatures were dropping and the wind was blowing hard, drying up the ruts, while the guys were riding in a line. I left just before dark and they had a Bobcat out trying removing the ruts before they froze up hard. I’m not going to 2nd guess this. I was all for it this afternoon, but I didn’t expect it to dry up as much as it did. There was a good line pretty much around the whole course at dark. We’ll see what it looks like in the morning at 15 degrees.