Tony Stewart: It's like anything else. When you haven't run with these guys they are going to be a little leery in tight quarters with you. As tight as we have to race with each other and physically push each other down the backstretch at times, it's a trust and a confidence thing. I don't know if after two years of running Winston Cup that they're starting to gain confidence in me or what, but I'm noticing I'm getting a little more help than I was in the past. I think if you go out there and you're running safe and you're not doing things that they think are putting yourself and them in a predicament and putting themselves in a dangerous situation, when you need the help you'll get it there, and you'll find yourself with more partners to run with.