Chad Reed Speaks…"I feel like my career is complete, though I also feel like I have a lot of fight left in me but this is definitely a step in the right direction. In the first moto, I was pretty disappointed that I didn’t put myself in a position to win. Winning the championship is what this hard work is all about and I want to thank everybody – the Rockstar Makita Suzuki team because everybody did a great job. We were a last-minute entry and we gave it our all. We are all very, very happy to get this championship." Michael Byrne Speaks… "It was an OK race for me. I felt like I rode good, I just didn’t get the starts that I needed. In the first moto, I didn’t go down but I got caught up in the first corner mess and that kind of ruined my start. Then, I just took too long to get going. I tried to make up time and pass people, but it was too little, too late. But overall, I felt good at the end of both motos, I’m happy Chad got the championship wrapped up — I’m pumped for him and it’s good for team — and hopefully I can get a win before the end of the year." Ryan Dungey Speaks… "With the rain and the flooding, this was a crazy race but the fans made it all worthwhile. I had a pretty good first moto and got up on the podium. But then in the second moto, I saw the water coming over the dams and onto the track, I lost my brakes — it was just survival out there. But these things happen and you just have to take it one race at a time. I’m just happy to get out of here safe and healthy." Rockstar Makita Suzuki Factory Racing will race next at Moto-X338 in Southwick, Massachusetts, on Saturday, August 29, 2009.