"Definitely I came in knowing I had a little advantage just knowing the track," Beaubier said. "But yesterday I went out in the rain and it looked quite a bit different than what I remembered at least with the new pavement and with opening up the final chicane a little bit. It was good to at least know where we were going. I know Josh will be right there in the races, though. It's going to be a tough 18 laps. I'm just going to put my head down and try to click off some good laps. I felt good right when they rolled the bike off the truck. We haven't really made too many changes here. Just trying to work on my riding a little bit. I also think that it was good staying on the bike last weekend. Just more riding time and that's what I've been struggling with in the past."