I always do. And I like the grass roots sport. I think it is absolutely just a bunch of hobbyists with a few folks making their own teams seem professional, but on their own dime. But I do think that the race for bigger faster larger money spending is making it harder for grass roots folks to get involved because all they see is high dollar TTs for exposure and it turns them off, feeling they could never afford it. But I just wonder what others feel about the great experiment that was suppose to take the sport 'mainstream' with Coke, Budweiser, Taco Bell, etc... fighting over giving cash to all the racers. One of the reasons I wonder is because, in the 1970s, those were all sponsors of race teams and many more. From JD Brand to Jack in the Box to McDonalds to the Laredos, etc... When the sport was more attainable by the masses, the sponsors were there. Wondering if stepping back might bring that back?