So I'm a fair bit new to Motocross. i've been riding trails for about a year and a half, and have been riding Motocross tracks for about six months. I'm not a rockstar, but I'm clearing a bunch of doubles and definitely getting in there and moving. Anyways, I've run into the situation in which right before the lip of the take off there is a big old DIVOT. I'm not sure of exactly what happens as I go over it, but I suspect my suspension is unloading into the hole, and then the rear wheel is hitting the other side of the divot, and it kicks the rear suspension upwards. This in turn sends me heavy nose first, and even at WOT I have no clue how I don't nose dive beyond recovery. So... I know enough to change my lines to avoid these, but what's the best thing to do when you suddenly find yourself coming up on one? Lately I've been riding in less than ideal visibility (drizzle/misting) and these divots just wind up sneaking up on me.