Raced again this saturday. Got second in the heat, but won the main. Raced at Murray SX in Murray, KY. Not a big fan of the track owner, but wanted more seat time. We were the first moto after practice, so they watered the track. Not a big deal, right? But they parked the water truck right in front of the starting gate, and it leaked another 400 gallons or so right in front of the start. Made for a big mess. I didn't get the holeshot in the heat, but came out third, we got red flagged cuz a "pro" rider crashed off the finish line table top two laps in, so we restarted. Came out exactly the same and finished the same. Second in my class, 25+ money, and there was a B rider ahead of me and the other guy. So we get to the main. I pulled the holeshot this time, perfect track conditions (no water this time). They split us up, ran the 25+ money guys with the two "pro" riders. No problem. Except about halfway thru the first lap, this "pro" behind me starts knocking the crap out of my back tires. The other "pro" was way in back of the field, still hurt from his "big" wreck that red flagged the heat. I let him by, even though he wasn't much faster than us old guys. So I win my class, maybe five seconds back from this "pro". My opinion question is, would you guys try to run all over a slightly slower rider, even though your competition was no where close? I understand it's a competition, but there's no reason to try to wreck somebody, just to get ahead when you're not even in the same class. I wasn't holding him up, I was hitting every jump. It's just aggravating I guess. The other guys in my class, are straight up riders. We pass, we jump right next to each other, and respect the other's lines. We don't try to kill each other just for the hell of it. We're all friends, and all have to work on monday. I guess I'm just ranting a little. No real harm, no real foul. You'll see him when I let him by in the helmet cam video. I don't know who that 808 is, never seen him at any other track, but next time I may not be so nice about letting him by. Thanks for watching.