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January 6, 2005 | Shav Glick, Times Staff Writer
In 1993, Jeremy McGrath was on his way toward winning the AMA supercross championship in his rookie year. During a race in Florida, an 8-year-old youngster ran up to him and asked for his autograph and his jersey. "I laughed at him and said, 'I'll give you mine if you give me yours,' " McGrath recalls. "He took off running to the pits and pretty soon, back he came, waving a blue and white Fox jersey that he had signed front and back. The signature read, 'James Stewart 259.' " James Stewart Jr.
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January 18, 2005 | Shav Glick
The long-awaited challenge by rookie supercross phenom James "Bubba" Stewart of the sport's established stars will have to wait. The Kawasaki rider broke his left forearm during practice before last week's race in Phoenix and will not ride Saturday at Angel Stadium, according to Bruce Stjerstrom, team manager. "Obviously, it's not what we wanted to happen," Stjerstrom said. "He looked like he was riding like he was very much under control.
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January 18, 2005 | Shav Glick
The long-awaited challenge by rookie supercross phenom James "Bubba" Stewart of the sport's established stars will have to wait. The Kawasaki rider broke his left forearm during practice before last week's race in Phoenix and will not ride Saturday at Angel Stadium, according to Bruce Stjerstrom, team manager. "Obviously, it's not what we wanted to happen," Stjerstrom said. "He looked like he was riding like he was very much under control.
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January 6, 2005 | Shav Glick, Times Staff Writer
In 1993, Jeremy McGrath was on his way toward winning the AMA supercross championship in his rookie year. During a race in Florida, an 8-year-old youngster ran up to him and asked for his autograph and his jersey. "I laughed at him and said, 'I'll give you mine if you give me yours,' " McGrath recalls. "He took off running to the pits and pretty soon, back he came, waving a blue and white Fox jersey that he had signed front and back. The signature read, 'James Stewart 259.' " James Stewart Jr.
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