Onto the mains. Ebuggy A1 was up first. Again, I ran a different tire that I hadn’t tried yet. It wasn’t perfect but not bad by any means. The track had a pretty slick glaze to it so everyone was just kind of sliding around. I pulled out about a 6 second lead and then on the next to last lap I ran into some traffic issues which ended up costing me the win and lost by a little over a second. The Nitro Truggy main was next. I chose to run a bigger pin tire in this one to make sure the consistency would be there for the entire 30 minutes. The only change that I did make was to go to a Pro-Line lexan wing instead of the normal molded wing. It free’d up my truck which I expected it to and I had a nice uneventful 30 minutes to take the win. Nitro Buggy went pretty much the same as Truggy, I went with a safe tire choice since the track was slick and challenging to get around. My car was extremely easy to drive and I put in a very consistent 30 minutes to take another win. Ebuggy A2 was last up. I got out to a clean start and pulled a slight gap on the field. I made a mistake late in the race and lost the lead for a couple of laps, but I was able to take the lead back and stretch out to a 7 second lead to take the win. Unfortunately with how the tie breaker was set, it didn’t go my way so I ended up second overall for the class.