Info courtesy Kawasaki USA, Irvine CA

James Stewart, the young supercross and motocross champion from
Florida, has signed a two-year agreement today to continue riding
Kawasaki – the brand he’s been riding since he was four years old.
James has won multiple national championships, at both the youth and
professional levels. The announcement was made at Kawasaki Motors
Corp., USA (KMC) headquarters by Bruce Stjernstrom, director,
professional racing.

“James has been part of the Kawasaki family since he began under the
Team Green banner. The talent exhibited by James over the past several
years is indicative of the type of positive influence he brings to
everyone associated with him, and it also is a solid indicator of what
the future holds for him, and Kawasaki” said Stjernstrom. According to
Stjernstrom, Stewart will race 250 class motorcycles in both the 2005
AMA Chevrolet Motocross Championship and in the stadium-based AMA THQ
Supercross Series.

Stewart, 18, is considered by many to be the most talented professional
rider in the sport. His recent 125 Eastern Region AMA THQ Supercross
Series title was just one of the many championships he has won since
beginning his career at the age of four. The Haines City FL resident
signed his first contract with Kawasaki in 1993, when he was seven
years old. He could soon break the all-time win record in the 125 class
on his KX 125.

Stewart said “Kawasaki has been like home for me since my early days as
a Team Green rider. They have a bike that I’m really comfortable with,
and that will be a really big advantage as I make the step up to the
250 class. I feel like I have some unfinished business here with
Kawasaki. Everyone knows that the 250’s are the big leagues of our
sport and I’m looking forward to the challenge of winning at the next

James 'Bubba' Stewart & Kawasaki team together thru 2006 - Photo 1 of 1

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