A: It's a big deal for the sport especially. We found out Wednesday night as everything was taking place. We didn't get to make it, which is fine. We had a lot of press and media around the race so that's why I flew home. But it was kind of cool. I walked in the door and I got the text. I saw Twitter from a guy named Dan and then I got a text from Mark, my agent, and congrats. I was hoping that we were going to win it and it seemed like a long shot but we won. I was like, wow. My mom and dad, me and Lindsey, we were jumping up and down screaming. It was kind of a cool moment, not just for us but for the sport. I think it's really important that the sport gets that recognition and I really think it's the dedication of all of us, the motocross community and all the sacrifice we've all made to get everything better and the TV packages, everybody. Not leaving a person out. I think we're reaping the benefits of all that over the years. It's definitely cool to be the first one, but by no means do I look at it as me. It's all of us who won that one. So it's definitely exciting and I think our sport has a bright future. A lot more good times up ahead for sure.