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Jake Holden

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Jake Holden
Rider: Jake Holden
Nationality: American
Team: Roberson Motorsports
Machine: Ducati 848 EVO (#59)
Born: May 5, 1983 in Tacoma, Washington
Jake Holden has been racing professionally in the AMA Pro Road Racing series since 2000. As a youngster from Tacoma, Washington, Holden got his major break in 2006 when he signed with the Jordan Suzuki team. After proving he had what it took to be competitive in the AMA Superstock series by finishing ninth overall in 2007, Holden received another major deal with the Corona Honda team for the 2008 season. Holden rode the CBR1000RR to an impressive victory at Fontana that season and finished the '08 Superstock Championship in third.

In 2009 Holden jumped into the Superbike class and finished 10th overall with multiple top-five finishes and a season best of fourth place at Heartland Park. In 2010 Holden returned to the Superbike Championship to fill-in for the injured Ben Bostrom. While doing so Holden earned three top-five finishes. He also participated in the new AMA XR1200 series, taking third overall with three podium finishes.

In 2011 Holden will contest the Daytona SportBike Championship with Roberson Motorsports aboard a Ducati 848 EVO.
Jake Holden Career Highlights
2010 - 3rd AMA XR1200 Series - Harley-Davidson
2010 - 28th AMA Daytona SportBike - Ducati
2010 - 14th AMA Superbike - Suzuki / Yamaha
2009 - 10th AMA Superbike - Honda
2008 - 3rd AMA Superstock - Honda
2008 - 32nd AMA Superbike - Honda
2007 - 13th AMA Superbike - Suzuki
2007 - 9th AMA Superstock - Suzuki
2006 - 12th AMA Superbike - Suzuki
2006 - 12th AMA Superstock - Suzuki
2005 - 19th AMA Superbike - Suzuki
2005 - 6th AMA Superstock - Suzuki
2004 - 14th AMA Formula Xtreme - Suzuki
2004 - 9th AMA Superstock - Suzuki
2004 - 25th AMA Superbike - Suzuki
2003 - 17th AMA Superbike - Suzuki
2003 - 15th AMA Superstock - Suzuki
2002 - 52nd AMA Superbike - Suzuki
2002 - 20th AMA Superstock - Suzuki
2000 - 64th AMA 750 Supersport - Suzuki
2000 - 62nd AMA Superbike - Suzuki


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