The only problem with the course today, for me, was in the last three kilometers or so the first cars were catching me (bikes take off before the cars and often, their courses meet up-especially towards the end of the stage). The terrain was Fesh-Fesh (an ultra-soft unpredictable silt) grooved into a very narrow track that was extremely hard to get out of. So, as I'm in this silt channel with the fastest cars in the rally bearing down on me at the end of the stage my bike starts cutting out! Again, the gas was boiling in the tank and the bike just wouldn't run smoothly due to the whole machine getting extremely hot-Fesh-Fesh will do that to a machine. Essentially I wound up actually pushing my bike out of the way a couple times while my sentinel beacon is going off (a sentinel beacon is a warning system that tells you something big and scary is coming up behind you, essentially). It was not a lot of fun and pretty spooky, to be honest.