GL: Basically when I won my championship in 2007 it was an automatic third year renewal. But what I was saying was that it says in the contract that if I have a medical condition, like if I get cancer, or have this vision problem, or anything, basically it was a sickness clause that said if I couldn't race, they'd have the right to terminate my agreement. And Keith just came to me and he said, "We don't want to do that, we like you, we appreciate what you've done to us, and we want you to be a part of Yamaha." I was pretty, well one, excited to hear that, and two I felt like there was a fair bit of respect and fair treatment. I know I won a championship for them, but, especially with the economy, business is business, and knowing what they could have done and what they did, I'm very thankful and I feel very loyal and very excited to be a part of Yamaha. I want to be a part of Yamaha whether I race or not for the rest of my life.