James signs multi-year agreement with Kawasaki, as the supercross star & the company continue their relationship.
irvine CA: Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. (KMC) today announced that
James Stewart, one of the company’s most heralded Supercross/motocross
racers, has entered into a multi-year agreement to remain with the
Kawasaki Racing Team.
According to KMC President Scott Kiyama, “We are exceptionally pleased
to be able to continue our long relationship with James, as it has been
and will continue to be a rewarding one at both the personal and
business levels. Kawasaki takes great pride in the competition
equipment that we build and sell. We are equally proud of the
competitors that ride for Kawasaki at the professional level. James, of
course, is a valued member of our family”.
Stewart, age 20, and a Florida native, progressed through the ranks of
Kawasaki’s Team Green(TM) amateur racing program becoming the most
successful amateur ever, will also race his KX(TM)450F in AMA National
Mike Fisher, motocross team manager, said “James raises the bar for
everyone on our team with his winning attitude. We are very positive
about the continuity of our racing program with James on board.”