But Stewart's rise to the top was not easy. His father collected cans to help pay for his son's racing. And James had to come to terms with being different, both in the all-black neighborhood where he grew up and on the all-white racetracks where he competed. Now one of the most popular riders in Supercross, Stewart for the first time talks openly with E:60's Michael Smith about the racism he has endured at the racetrack. On the track, he wins with a style all his own, and off the track, he hasn't forgotten where he came from.