JT: I want to stick with the drivers for a minute. Last year you had three guys all capable of winning... and, more importantly... three guys who thrive on winning. Randy, as we know is fairly excitable... and Altenburg seems to love coming from behind. How do you keep a handle on these guys with respect to working as a team? I mean... it's got to be tough. These guys really want to win.
Craig: Well.... we do not have any issues with that. Everyone is a professional. They can all run together. They know they have the same equipment. Obviously they all want to win. They know when they did not get it done or the car was off. We have confidence in each other, so we just keeping working on it until its right.
JT: Continuing on the line of driver management, do you set cars up differently for each or do you try to find the best set-up for a particular track and let the driver deal with that set-up? Of, do their driving styles dictate you make certain personalization to each car?
Craig: It depends. half the time we will time we will try three different set-ups at the start of a test day. We usually end up with the cars fairly close by qualifying. It does help to find our way with three good drivers. They do like things a little different, but a good car is a good car.
JT: It's no secret you've got a formidable opponent with the RealTime Acura boys. Cunningham, both as a driver and team owner, seems to have winning built into his personal DNA. What do you have for them in 2006?