Saturday: 750 Supersport - There was a massive thunder/hail storm on a direct course to The Ridge, so this race was delayed in hopes that the marble-sized hail would blow over. As it turns out, the storm mostly dissipated before hitting the track, but it did dump enough rain to make 750SS a wet but drying race. I went out on Pirelli DOTs, but the track was still wet so I pulled in. 3rd in Open Supersport - I had a great start, and held 2nd for 6 laps when the #1 plate holder in Utah blew by me on his 1000! The crazy part was, this guy had ZERO practice at The Ridge. He followed me for the first 6 laps, trying to learn the lines before passing me on the straight. I had a better pace in the back section, but couldn't find a way around him. 3rd in 750 Superbike - Fun race! I had a great start, and slotted into 3rd behind Chromie and Dibrino. Eventually got passed by Jeff Seehorn and Allister MacKinnon, but Dibrino crashed out (after setting a new track record), and Allister had a mechanical. So I was in 3rd with half the race to go, with Kevin Klemmer and Doug Hillius breathing down my neck. My tires were shot, so I was squaring up the corners and trying to rely on sheer Fuzimoto-power to keep them behind me. It worked! 750SB: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1NFiX2kgIw&feature=youtu.be 4th in Open Superbike - In the previous race, I had a little trouble finishing corners, and my tires were starting to go, so I brought the bike over to Barry @ KFG for some grip. We added some rear ride height, and spooned on some new Pirellis. It made all the difference. I got another good start, but couldn't get in front of the 1000s before turn 1. I kept the leaders in sight the entire race, and even matched their laptimes - me on my 750, all 3 of them on 1000s. They would yard me on the straight, and I'd almost catch them on the back section - just not close enough to attempt a pass. It was rather uneventful, but I set my best laptimes and had a blast! Thanks to KFG Racing for the suspension tuning, Pirelli tires for the grip, and Mike Castro for the Fuzimoto power!