Ducati bought Lorenzo for 12 to 14 million euros ($13 to $15 million), and they are not sure of winning, even if they have the best bike! Because when it rains he is out of the top places. We are more looking to select talented riders from Moto3 and Moto2 and grow with them and then move them up. This is another reason why we are entering Moto2. Look, the really good riders have all been with us in the small categories at some point: [Casey] Stoner, [Marc] Márquez, [Maverick] Viñales…all of them. And now Brad Binder, who I don’t want to leave off this list. Next year he’ll be in Moto2 with us. And if he continues as he is going now, he will naturally have a place in MotoGP. This saves us millions, without implying that he won’t be paid what he deserves. The figures are now being moved around that provide for the need to develop the bike. And I think we were lucky in choosing riders. We decided very early on Bradley Smith, who is fast and has experience. As for Pol Espargaró, he was about to jump onto an official team, something that in the end did not happen. He was disappointed, so naturally he agreed to come with us. With him we have two young and powerful riders. With them, in a very Japanese style, we are paving a careful path forward, step by step.