Nelson Ledges: Part 1: Apology I want to publicly apologize for the way I handled myself during the WERA National weekend at Nelson Ledges. To Sean, Evelyn, and Jim Sublet specifically, I am sorry for allowing my temper to dictate how I handled the situation this past weekend. I also apologize to anyone else I offended by my actions. I have lost my cool a hand full of times over the last few years both with WERA and Formula USA. Every instance was related to safety. While I am sorry for how I handled myself that does not change my concerns about safety at that facility. I will never apologize for being passionate about safety. I realize that anger is counter productive and I will put forth my best effort to control my temper and work toward a reasonable solution in the future. I only ask that my concerns be met with open minds and not a defensive posture. I want everyone to understand that I am in no way trying to attack WERA. On the contrary my opinion is that they have built an organization that has created such a high level of competition that they are above going to venues that are not safe. I am proud to have started my racing career with WERA and have enjoyed returning to competition at their events. Again I am sorry for acting in anger instead of with a cool head.