Steele: My desert racing experience, both on bikes and in Trophy Trucks, gives me good insight into the obstacles. I've spent a lot of time in Baja on my dirt bike and in the truck, so I have some clarity in areas where others may not and I hope to be able to convey that to the fans this year at the live EnduroCross events. In Baja we really have to be able to pick our way through things, logs, rocks, washes, riverbeds - correlate all that information and being 'The Guy' that has to whip up the crowd. It's a different venture, yeah, but I like that energy associated with blowing the house up. That can be a bigger rush than just knowing your efforts are going to show up on TV.
GEICO EnduroCross:** As the TV color man on Versus last year for EnduroCross you're no doubt highly tuned-in on what's happening with the sport. What aspects of your TV experience will be best applied to the live events?