GG: You know, I think the rivalry is a great thing for the sport, and it's part of the reason why we decided to get back in to this sport. Indian motorcycles was founded by racers, and it's interesting to double back on that now that we've established ourselves with a manufacturing footprint and distribution. Not just for our brand, but for the whole sport. We're trying to give back to the whole community, and the rivalry between Indian and Harley-Davidson is one of the greatest in the sport. We just want to get more people out to the track, and this is a great place for both brands to go head to head and create something that accomplishes that. American flat track is doing the right thing. In the past it didn't make too much sense to us in terms of a reasonable investment, but we saw that American Flat Track has been making a ton of positive changes, and we wanted to stand behind that.