Again, we have notes as far as what the track is going to do at night, and then we have a few notes on what it's going to do when it's green during the day, no rubber on it. But I'm with Matt, I don't know that we would have seen much as far as how the track changed. I don't know that it would have been much different last night.
You mentioned in your opening statement about needing to improve; what areas do you need to improve in?
Well, I guess what I mean by that is you always have to improve, and I feel like they do a great job of doing that at JGR.
So just in general, I mean, from the start of the year, I'll wait till the last race and I think you always have to improve, and you see the guys that win races on a regular basis, they are always doing that.
So really, no area in particular. I think you're always working to try to get the cars better and try to get the engines better. You're always trying to get it better no matter how you're running and I guess that was more toward speaking of the Chase and what happens two months from now or whenever it starts. A lot of things can change between now and then.
You look at the #48, for instance, all the Hendrick cars, about a month ago, five races ago, something like that, they obviously hit on something and they went from being a really strong car to a top five contender every week to being dominant every week since Pocono it seems like.
Just that, I mean, just got to keep working all the time and keep trying to get better. Just because you're great today doesn't mean you'll be great a month from now. You know, you are always trying to improve.
Congratulations on a great win today at Kentucky Speedway. We'll see you at Daytona.
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