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There’s no doubting James Stewart’s immense impact on the sport of motocross. With his fourth season Supercross victory in Toronto, the long-time Oakley rider moved his way even further toward ‘Legend’ status – passing Ricky Carmichael for second all-time in career triumphs with 49 overall The performance was yet another display of his new and more strategic, matured style that has carried him into Championship contention.
James “Bubba” Stewart has been raising eyebrows throughout the Motocross world lately. Famous for his hard-charging style – often ‘going fast no matter what’ despite the risks – Oakley’s long-time star claimed back-to-back victories (San Diego and Dallas) in the early Supercross season with a more strategic, controlled ferocity. With Bubba returning to championship contention following a ‘drought’ of sorts, he provided some exclusive insight into his new, matured look as he continues his campaign to recapture glory. Hear it from the man himself…
James Stewart’s fame was born from being insanely fast… borderline reckless. But Bubba’s masterful performance in San Diego this past weekend – laced with bold strategy and steady riding – revealed the modern day JS7 as he clawed his way past Ryan Villopoto for the Supercross victory. Known to charge his hardest, despite the threat of crashing from the sheer power of today’s 450 cc dirt bikes, James’ riding in San Diego was nothing short of an eyebrow raiser for fans and the industry alike as he displayed a more mature, solid brand of racing for the fans.