Jeremy, how do you feel about Supercross in 2018? Does it need a makeover?
You know, I’ve been in this my whole life and when the gate is about to drop I’m still like a little kid; I’m still passionate about it. I don't necessarily feel that you need to be a motorcycle fan to enjoy this show. Competition is alive and well, and on a selfish side I guess I’d like to see a bit more personality from these guys but sometimes competition breeds seriousness; know what I mean? This is a real sport, real job and these guys are athletes. We live in a world where everything has to change, and change fast-and-now. Everyone is bored after a minute. When we were young it was different and it seems that people’s attention span now is so short. It is always ‘what’s the next thing?’ and unfortunately sports get hit with that too. I’m excited for the format change – I think it’s awesome. People come here to see and watch something they cannot do. This is a spectacle. Not everyone can ride a track like this or make a motorcycle do these kinds of things.Do I think it needs a change? I’m not sure. I think Supercross on the whole is a tried-and-true formula that works…although it’s exciting to mix it up a little bit.