James Stewart Jr

  Male      American      Athlete

  Born : Dec 21, 1985  

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James Stewart Jr., also known as Bubba Stewart (born December 21, 1985) is an American professional motocross racer competing in supercross, currently riding the No. 7.

Stewart was born in Bartow, Florida and currently resides in Haines City, Lake Hamilton, Florida. His father, James Sr., was a motocross enthusiast and introduced his son to the sport at the age of three. Stewart entered his first motocross race when he was four years old.

Winning eighty-four Amateur national titles all before the age of 16, he debuted as pro in 2002. While crashes and rookie mistakes kept him from winning the 2002 125 West Supercross title, he went on to dominate the 2002 125cc national championship and was named the 2002 AMA Rookie of the Year. He was also named one of "20 Teens Who Will Change the World" in the April 2003 issue of Teen People magazine.

Stewart went on to win the 2003 125 West Supercross Championship but suffered a severe crash at the season ending 125 East/West Shootout in Las Vegas, Nevada. With his collarbone broken in two places as a result of the crash, he was forced to sit out the first few rounds of the 2003 AMA Motocross series, losing the hope to win the championship, although he won every single race he competed in after coming back from that injury...

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