NF: Well, I'm factory Husaberg this year. And the Husaberg effort is largely based on the KTM program. But for suspension, we don't get the factory in-house support, so we can do our own deals as far as suspension and I'm working with Bart Hayes of WP. I try to do what I can as far as testing, but Bart really helps me a lot in that area.DR: Okay, I know you have a lot of funny stories about traveling in the old van. Give us a good one.NF: Well, a few years ago, it was the first year I was with Husaberg and I wasn't getting much support. So I was traveling with two other guys to save money and we were going to Louisiana, and on the way down there when we got into Alabama, and we started hearing a funny noise and it ended up being a wheel bearing that was starting to burn out on the front end. I didn't actually know what it was until the bearing actually disintegrated and the wheel started going loose on us. I think the only thing holding the wheel on we the brake rotor and one of my buddies was driving and I told him not to hit the brakes. Well, then we decided he needed to pump the brakes! (laughs). Anyway, we made it a long way like that, without hitting the brakes, until we found an exit.So, long story short, we ended up rolling off the exit and I tore things apart it was about three a.m. when we figured out we needed parts. The next day it was raining and we had to run three or four miles to find an auto parts store. And then we had to pay a guy $20 to cut the old race off the wheel spindle. We finally got it together and made it to the races.Things like that seemed to be a regular occurrence on that van.DR: All right, Nick. Hopefully you won't have any problems with the new one. Good luck this year.NF: Thanks.