Very happy with that round after last weeks disaster! My heart was pumping after a couple mins of qualy when I went to provisional pole, although as expected it didn't last long and ended up 6th. Lost 2 places on the first lap to Rolz and Ed - Ed made a nice move into T6. Fortunately for me a couple laps later he went off at the same spot, then he was back on me. Having Ed breathing down your neck is very stressful as he's so fast and always looking for an opportunity. Luckily he was a bit too keen on kicking up dust so I managed to pull a margin...eventually. Shaun, Terry, Rolz, myself, and Ed were super close over the first couple laps which was cool. Rolz and I unintentionally swapped places and I got to have a go at Tez for a while, who was too rock solid for me. Just as I lost touch of Tez, I stumbled upon a fish-tailing Shaun at T1. Despite giving him a (accidental) hurry up, the champ was too cool for me and it wasn't long until I ended up skimming a lovely sausage kerb, went wide and gave Rolz his place back. Ended up 7th. I wasn't expecting a full reverse grid but was pretty excited for it considering I hadn't made a proper overtake in the previous sprint. Also because I was next to Ed and was keen to try follow him through. Had a good start but a car ahead on my side of the track went in the dirt and slowed everyone down behind them - to my horror I saw Ed go from being right next to me to overtaking 6 or so cars haha! I managed to stick more or less with Rolz which was fun. There was also a lap or so where there were about 4 or 5 green TTB cars in a row snaking through the course. Towards the end I kept making mistakes, with 2 or so laps to go I stopped trying to catch Rolz and just focused on making sure I don't make a big mistake as Shaun was released and was closing in fast. About halfway through the last lap, Ed popped up right in front of me but managed to stay in-front. Very happy with 3rd. It was fun dodging carnage and a real thrill trying to catch the cars in front before the big dogs get you. Congrats to everyone, particularly the podium getterers in the first race.... @andyo450 could do with some ballast I reckon! Looking forward to Sebring, that track is a ripper!