Tommy Hayden, 2nd: "There were a couple of places on the track where I was better today, but my lap times were pretty similar to yesterday. And it was more of a two-rider battle today with Blake and me, versus a three-man battle like yesterday. I knew Josh was pretty fast through the middle splits, and that the potential was there that if we didn't stay on our toes, he'd get a gap that would be too hard to close down. Josh put his head down, Blake made a few mistakes and kind of helped Josh open it up. We tried to chase Josh down, and at one point I thought we were making some progress but in the end it stayed the same. I'm happy to make a little improvement today, move up a spot, but I would rather have been the winner. Overall, the bike is running good, and I have everything I need to get the win."