Lindback, was straight goin for it, seemed to really adapt well to the tight track and rode hard every time the tapes went up.
Nichols was good early, and the track seemed to make him work harder than the long tracks, wearing him out, but still he gave what he had every race.
Kennet, what a talent, but you could tell after 4 laps when talking to the announcer guy, was gassed out.
I wish all these guys could come over for a month during the summer and ride every track in a sort of US vs. the World Series. I bet they'd get used to it, and really give us some hell