The East Coast swing is now entering its second leg. First race jitters are out of the way for the Lites guys, and the Supercross Class continues to be unpredictable. Here in Georgia things are looking up (save for the cold temps in the pits). The traditional red clay typically provides a very tacky surface, which usually means multiple line choices and great racing. One of the more unique features on this track is the quad jump you can see in the foreground of these photos. It looks to be about 10 to 15 feet longer than a standard triple, which will mean plenty of hang time for the riders and should make for great viewing.