It’s hard, because I understand where Ryan is coming from. It takes so much time and effort now in order to be competitive. In the old days, riders could have a little bit of fun and still do well on the weekends. Right now, you have to dedicate your whole life to racing. That means training, eating well, and doing that practically all year around. Maybe these guys get a week off after the Nationals are over, but really, racing takes over your life. Doing it over and over at the level that Ryan Dungey was at, it probably did take a toll on him. At some point, when you feel like you’ve done enough or have enough money, you decide that you don’t want to risk it anymore. It’s hard admitting this, but motocross isn’t the safest sport. I’d like to say the opposite, because my boys ride and they absolutely love it. However, you can’t go out to the track, tell them to give it their all, expect them to win, and also tell them to be careful. This isn’t a sport for being careful. I do think the Ken Roczen crash got to a lot of people. I bet Roczen can’t wait to race again. Our sport is really tough like that. My kid broke his collarbone, which is one of the easiest bones to break, and he still wants to ride. I’ve been busted up quite a few times, and I still want to ride. But when you’re at the level the top guys are at, where you have to go for it every lap, it wears you down.