JC: If anybody can do it, I can do it, we may be like water and oil but I really think it will be a good balance. There is no doubt about his driving skills with the results to back it up, he is always being in the hunt. I'm not concerned about his driving because he is experienced in going fast and he has five years of experience in the Dakar.DR: JCR also has Quinn Cody racing this year, what do you expect out of him?JC: Our goal was to improve the Honda CRF450X in all areas as a rally bike. We really worked on suspension and chassis for the additional weight and we improved the handling feel of the bike from our Baja bikes. We worked with Bones at Pro Circuit to really get it tightened up. Handling was improved by lowering a lot of the navigation equipment, so it is a way better bike this year. This year this there is a rule about changing motors and there is a time penalty for switching so running a 450 like that it will be interesting to see the strategies. We gave our bike more power but we also feel it will be tough to go the whole rally on a single motor. Overall the bike will give him a better fighting chance to try and get on the podium.DR: Are you going to be driving a car in the Dakar in the future?JC: I hope so. Pulling the trigger and doing this will hopefully open some doors and I think the exposure is going to be great. The experience is going to be great.DR: How do you expect to do?JC: Robby expects to win and I'm giving it 100% to make sure we are at least on the podium.