"It was a bit of a rough weekend," said Myers. "Everybody was really fast and times have been super-close. At the beginning of the weekend, I wasn't quite there, but I've been slowly progressing throughout, and today I had one of my best runs. Even though I got 10th, I was pushing really hard the whole way and was really consistent on the Team SuzukiScoopFans GSX-R600. Overall, I'm happy with the weekend, even though 10th isn't where I wanted to be. But at this track, SuperSport's been faster than Daytona SportBike, so there's definitely some good competition in this class. I'd like to thank my SuzukiScoopFans team, and everybody at Suzuki, and all my fans for supporting me, and I hope next year will be even better."