Thanks to the advice I received here, I tried some panning with my motocross shots at the indoor arena racing today. It is definitely going to take some more practice, but it was fun to try something different, and once I figure it out, I think my customers are going to very happy with the results! It was only about 30 degrees (if that!) in the arena today, and all my layers and gloves made mobility kind of challenging, but I stuck it out for about six hours and was able to get a few panning shots I was happy with (between the races I actually had to shoot). This one isn't panning, but it is for one of my best customers who I am doing a book for. Her grandson wrecked at the beginning of the season, and this is the first jump he has tried since, so I was pretty happy that I was able to get it. It's not too high, but I was hoping by cropping, it would give the illusion of being a little higher! I think I will use it for my cover unless I come up with a better one at the last race of the season. I couldn't get the second-curtain sync set on my flash, but when I got back home and actually checked the manual, I had been setting it wrong (have never tried it before) so I will try that piece of advice next time! Thanks again!