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AMASX – James Stewart released from his JGR contract

2 years ago

Effective immediately, JGRMX (Joe Gibbs Racing – Motocross) and James Stewart have mutually agreed to release Stewart from his contract for all Racing and Media Relations responsibilities that were assumed by him at the beginning of the 2012 racing season. We wish to thank James for his contributions and wish him the very best for the future.

There’s been no word since the official JGR release as to if and what Stewart will be racing come the opening round of the AMA Motocross series at Hangtown on May 19. If rumours are true though, we might see JS7 roll up to Hangtown next to Australian rider, Brett Metcalfe, on a Suzuki (silly season has begun early?!).

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