Steve told us about the shower building. Clean bathrooms, hot water and as many uses as you wanted for $20. After setting up, we walked over and bought the armbands. They also have coffee and honey buns, which will be good in the morning.
We took a drive between practice and qualifying looking for lunch. We ended up at an Arby's in Blountville where the food was as expected. We met a couple of Tennessee State Troopers who were enjoying a nice day riding their Harleys.
The cell phone wouldn't call Canada yet. The manual said that it could take up to 48 hours for this to work, so I sent Sandy the phone number via Email and she called me. It was good to hear her voice. She sounded like she didn't like being home alone any more than I liked traveling without her.
Back at the track, we got some night photos of the track. Tom's new Canon T3 DSLR did a much better job than my little SX120. Then we walked up to the front of the campground where there was a free concert underway.