It gets pretty stressful at times because I used to only have to worry about myself on race day, and now I have to worry about everybody on Saturday and everybody on Sunday, and everything from kids on the peewee bikes all the way up to the professionals on dirt bikes to UTVs to everything in-between! It was kind of a learning curve but on race Sundays, like this weekend, I keep a close eye on the clock. Everything’s going well and it’s only 10:00am right now! At the 1:00pm race when it starts going good, usually about the last lap of the race, I get what I call my 3:00 yawns. I start yawning and it’s like my stress level goes down and I just relax, and I think, “Okay, everything went smoothly. That’s good. I can relax!” But it’s just been fun laying out the tracks. I also help out for the High Point Motocross National and Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National. Actually, I have my CDL license so I can drive tractor-trailers, I can water the track, and I can do different things. I’m not 365 days a year focused on GNCC; I’m doing other stuff for Racer Productions. It’s a wide-open schedule for anybody that knows Racer Productions. There’s no sitting around, that’s for sure!