"I think the schedule will still definitely be tough. Hopefully it will be a little easier than before but still, at the end of the day, I'll be racing all year," Stewart said. "We'll definitely be going to some Outdoor rounds, hopefully I'll be picked for the Des Nations team again, we'll be going to all the X Games events and who knows; maybe we can go over and race in Europe a few times."Even though he's got the schedule figured out, that doesn't mean the recently crowned (and undefeated in 2008) AMA Outdoor National Champion is 100% race ready. In fact, his time on the bike posing for photographs and conducting interviews (where this one was taken) is the most seat time he's had on his new Yamaha."Tomorrow will be the first day I ride-I have to work on the weekend, again ! But it's all good. I'm really excited, I'm a lot happier than I've been in a long time as far as changing bikes and being able to do something different. I think it's going to be good. We'll see how tomorrow goes and I'm sure I'll be smiling," Stewart said."I think racing the US Open in a few days is going to be kind of tough as far as getting used to everything. For Bercy, I'll obviously have a little bit more time on the bike and from what I hear the Bercy race is supposed to be really cool."Along with a new team and new ride, Stewart is bringing a pile of new sponsors into his camp. And, for the first time, he feels he's the one making the decisions that affect him the most. RedBull is back in his corner covering his new Bell helmet with the RedBull scheme and, one of the most talked about switches is from longtime gear sponsor Fox Racing to his new supplier: Answer Racing."I was happy when I got the opportunity to come here and be involved in a lot more decisions," Stewart said. "When Answer stepped up I decided to do some things that I really wanted to do. For me, I'm happy about it. At the end of the day I can sleep at night knowing that I made the changes and it was exactly what I wanted to do."You know, Fox has always been great to me and I would never have anything bad to say about them. But now I get to open up and do some things that I've never been able to do before and I think it's going to be great."Smiling, enjoying his new team and expanding his own brand seem to be something Stewart is really looking forward to this year. With an entire program overhaul, he sees his new race team as a fresh start and one he's ready to start enjoying. He's even his own sponsor.James Stewart Entertainment, Stewart's own company, is on board with L&M; Racing, Yamaha and San Manuel as a major label on the team banners."James Stewart Entertainment is my company that I own," Stewart said. "I have a clothing line coming out very soon that'll be cool on and off the bike and I think it's something that I can just broaden out, give back to the sport with and be part owner of the team. I just wanted to do something a little different than everybody else, show my appreciation for the sport and to give it back. I think, for me, it's just cool to have that opportunity to have Larry (Brooks) let me in to be a part of the team. Hopefully, we'll do some riding schools and other stuff in the future that will be a lot of fun."Next to the Stewart media machine, Kyle Chisolm stands as a calm and cool teammate. He's equally excited about the team his 450 ride and the new Supercross season and beyond."As a whole; James, me, the team and everyone-we don't want to just race Supercross and then be gone for the whole year. We'll be out there to support our sponsors, the sport and ourselves for sure," Chisolm said.