We've got very, very good people on our Busch team. It's just like with a Winston Cup program: It's all about getting good people, establishing communication, and working hard. That's all a big part of what we do at NEMCO.
We have a lot going on this year. We ran Kyle Busch at Charlotte in his Busch debut, and got a second-place finish there with him. Kyle is also a teammate of mine at Hendrick Motorsports. We'll run seven races this year with him in a NEMCO car, and we've been running Dave Reutimann in some Busch races with Hills Bros. as our sponsor. He's showing a ton of promise. Those two guys are the superstars of the future.
The way we do things at NEMCO Motorsports is first class, just like it is at Hendrick Motorsports, and we should win races. We should have an opportunity between all the cars to have a shot at winning every time we go out.
Even though I owned my own Cup team for two seasons ('95, '96), I don't know if we'll move up to Winston Cup with our Busch team. The way the teams are set up, it works really well doing the Busch Series, and it lets me concentrate on driving a Winston Cup car. Right now, I'm happy driving for Rick Hendrick, and I think I can win the championship with Hendrick Motorsports. That's Peter's goal, my goal, and the whole team's goal-to get on that stage in New York.