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Stewart Feels ‘Lied to’ Over MXoN Decision

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
James Stewart plans on returning to AMA Motocross competition at Unadilla in upstate New York later this month.
James Steward made his return to professional racing this past weekend at Unadilla, though his results weren't quite up to what some expected from the multi-time champion.
James Stewart made his return to AMA National Motocross racing this past weekend at Unadilla and after finishing third in the first moto but pulling in during the second moto, some were left with questions as to what happened. Why didn’t the once-dominant Stewart come out and leave the competition in the dust? What happened in Moto 2?

Also of some surprise was the Motocross of Nations Team USA announcement at Unadilla, one which did not include Stewart. This had quite a few people scratching their heads since most believed that obtaining a spot on the team was one of the major reasons he decided to come ride the last four nationals. And as it turns out, this was exactly why his 'Supercross-only' team spent the time and money to come back motocross racing. So after not getting the nomination, those positions going to Ryan Dungey, Andrew Short and Trey Canard, the multi-time SX and MX champion is quite upset. So much so that he has released an open letter to all his fans.

Take a look and let us know what you think in the comment space below:

As many of you already know, last weekend marked my return to racing after wayyy too long off the track, thanks to a broken wrist I suffered in the beginning of the Supercross series. After nearly eight months off, I decided to return for the last four Nationals. This decision was based on a few reasons; first and foremost was my own desire to race again, along with the fact that I owed it to both my fans and my sponsors to come back after spending so much time on the injured list this year.

But the other main reason I chose to come back for the last four, beginning with Unadilla, was because of a discussion I had with the decision makers for Team USA in Colorado this year regarding the Red Bull Motocross of Nations. At the time, I was told that if I was to make my recovery, begin testing, and get back to racing by Unadilla, that I would be given a spot (or at least a shot at a spot) for the final team. Being on the MXoN team in the past has been one of the greatest experiences of my entire career, so after they told me I had a shot, my team and I were excited, and began to get ready to race outdoors!
Before the first moto got underway  the members of the 2010 Motocross des Nations team were announced. Ryan Dungey  Andrew Short and Trey Canard will represent the United States in Colorado.
Stewart was not announced as one of the 2010 Motocross of Nations Team USA members, which left the Florida native feeling "straight-up lied to." The team members will be (from left) Andrew Short, Trey Canard and Ryan Dungey.

Of course, we're a Supercross-only team, so developing our bike to run outdoors with the guys that have been racing at the top level all season long was no easy goal for us... Which brings me to the race at Unadilla. When I got there, I was really excited to get out and practice, and fortunately, practice went pretty well. At that point, the track was still smooth, and though I've never loved Unadilla, I was feeling pretty good. My wrist felt great, and my lap times were just about where we expected them to be.

Then, for the first moto, the track got rough and things were a bit different. All of a sudden, we could see some of the lack of preparation shining through; my bike was set up way too stiff for the rough track, but all things considered, I was pretty happy with how I rode. I got into second and my lap times were right there with Dungey's, and again my wrist was feeling pretty good, so it was all good until I got caught up with a lapper towards the end of the race. Sure I was tired, but for not racing for that long, I was happy to be on the podium. I gave it everything I had, and it was awesome seeing all my fans out there supporting me.

Unfortunately, the second moto didn't quite go so well. As the track got rougher, our lack of bike preparation showed even more. After getting a bad start, I was just fighting with the bike; it was way too stiff and just not set up properly. At that point, I really had nothing to gain by staying out there, so I just decided to pull off, lick my wounds, and learn from the weekend.

I'm not going to say I didn't get tired, but given the lack of racing, and the fact that I know where I need to be physically to win, I feel good about Unadilla, overall. Bottom line: We're a Supercross-only team; we got to Unadilla, and we looked like a Supercross-only team! But my wrist felt better than expected, so with a little bike prep I think we'll be back on our game.

But back to the MXoN topic. I was really disappointed in how that whole deal went down. Like I said earlier, after being told that if I was to make it back for the last four Nationals, I would be given a shot at being on the team. Well, when I got to Unadilla, apparently the decision had already been made before my bike was even unloaded! So after all that work from me and my team to come back in order to make the des Nations, just like that, the rug was pulled out from under me with no warning. They picked the team already, and I wasn't on it.

I feel like I was straight-up lied to. Being on the MXoN team is one of the biggest honors and compliments that you be given as a professional rider, and I know that with my injury there was some question as to whether I would be ready or not. I get that; all I wanted was to be even given the original chance they promised me, let me get through a couple races, and hopefully the team could see that I would be ready come September.

At the end of the day, all that really matters to me is that Team USA wins, and I think the team they selected is a solid team that will get the job done. I mean no disrespect to any of those guys, and I hope they kick butt! I'm just bummed that I wasn't given the fair shot that the decision makers from Team USA promised me earlier that I would have.

-James Stewart

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Vet MXer -wheres the passion Bubba - remember a guy named Hannah?  August 30, 2010 09:33 AM
Hannah rode for the sake of kicking the other guys butt. He had some bike issues and some team issues, but he rode like a man possessed, not like a cry baby. Hannah today would hate Stewart and beat him 9 times out of 10.
SN22 -Wow....  August 30, 2010 08:05 AM
It's always someone else's fault.......what a cheeseball James has become. He comes back for 1 moto and thinks everybody is just going to say oh great, the saviour is back, put him on the MXDN team. If I was him I would just shutup and let me riding do the talking. The BS about the bike setup is just that, BS. Yamaha has been racing outdoors forever, to say that they can't get bike setup right because they are a supercross only team is total BS. They have years worth of setup data to draw from to get them in the ballpark, it's not their first rodeo......James is spoiled and has an ego the size of Lebron's. His mind is distracted and not in the right place.
sage -js  August 29, 2010 06:31 PM
James Stewart is a great rider. However, to think he should represent the US after racing four outdoor races is not right. James should pay attention to the attitude and character of Dungey. After the first outdoor race he placed in the bottom of the top ten. Did he make up excusses NO (his bike wasn't set up right either) did he race both motos Yes. Then he came back next week and proved he is the fastest man on earth at this time. Chad Reed and JS are going to have to make some changes in their attitudes if they think they have a chance to beat either RD or RV
teee-ho -enthusiast  August 29, 2010 07:48 AM
dude you come out and say your coming back for love of riding and your fans. dungy, short, and canard have been working their butts off all year while you were jacking around, they deserve their respectful spots. you are an awesome rider, but you gotta grow up, get your act together, and quit your crying
Mx4ever1 -So he couldn't  August 26, 2010 11:01 AM
Now what ? People are disappointed, They have the right to. In every sport, When an top pro quite this will happen. But let's get over with this. He is having the hardest time himself. James, Be brave by accepting and admitting the fact.
John Jannone -whine and complain  August 26, 2010 10:00 AM
James you can whine and complain all you want but you lost the first moto quit the second ditched your fans for the last race and come back with a bs quote saying your team is supercross only. only a sore loser and a whiner who decided that they are not cut out for mx and are slowly losing a fan base would quit out and leave thousands of fans at unadilla leave early because you cant finish someting that a freind of ours was able to complete and he was only 21. i am a dungey fan but it doesnt make a difference with what i say why dont you get a real job and find out what you really should be doing. My uncle who is a bug stewart fan said that you should not expect someone who hasent raced in a while to win you need to practice. mx is like any other sport practice makes perfect. but you decided to slack off and do a lame low rated tv show on basic cable and slowly do even worse then you did before. just retire while your still on top like carmicheal dont go down to the losers level and decide to retire then. im surprised you still have a team and a sponsership after what you did.
sharpie 31 -grow some nuts james  August 25, 2010 03:05 AM
get off your high horse,and get outdoors,you whiner
YamaRider -Ouch!  August 24, 2010 05:09 PM
Hey! Let's forget the past. I've got my money on Trey for next year. That boy's got guts!
Racer Zoid -MotoTech881  August 23, 2010 05:36 PM
MotoTech 881 - Maybe you and bubba can be on a dating tv show together.
Kolp -Fair Shot  August 23, 2010 03:23 PM
This is quoting the last line of his statement. "I wasn't given the fair shot that the decision makers from Team USA promised me earlier that I would have." My his own admission he showed up to race, out of shape, on the wrong equipment and with the wrong support team. He also said,(about quitting moto 2) "...I really had nothing to gain by staying out there...". So by his reasoning a "fair shot" would have been an automatic place on the MXON team. Seems like he got a fair shot... and blew it.
TooMuch -HAHA  August 23, 2010 01:21 PM
Nobody had to keep up with Bubba, MotoTech. They all beat him because he QUIT!!!
Sacha -I win  August 23, 2010 01:04 PM
Hey MotoTech, I wouldn't have to keep up with him, I would have beat him, because he QUIT! HAHAHAHA!
Ride Red -Money - won't last forever  August 23, 2010 12:15 PM
After seeing the TV show, I hope he’s saving some of that money because his career isn’t going to last very long at this rate. Shut up, get out there and ride like everyone else that’s broken and beaten up. Those are the true champions of the sport. You don’t hear Valentino Rossi complaining about not getting picked for teams do you ;)
MotoTech881 -That SUCKS!  August 23, 2010 08:48 AM
James Stewart did not have to prove himself worthy of racing in MXON IDIOTS. SACHA, crying,CRYING, YOU WOULDNT EVEN BE ABLE TO KEEP UP WITH HIM, oh yea and you sound like your an ass! YOU ARE AN ASS! He has won more races in his life than you will ever win!
Bobo -Not his fault  August 23, 2010 08:31 AM
Why did you quit in moto 2? Bubba: No I didn't. Honest... I ran out of gas. I, I had a flat tire. I didn't have enough money for cab fare. My tux didn't come back from the cleaners. An old friend came in from out of town. Someone stole my car. There was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts. IT WASN'T MY FAULT, I SWEAR TO GOD.
NT -NZ  August 21, 2010 05:08 PM
Get over it, Stewart.
Watch it on TV!
Tony L. -Stewart is a wimp  August 21, 2010 04:56 AM
To attempt a come back at Unadilla of all places and quit due to bike "set-up" issues is a dishonor to all the heroes and legends that raced there. You think the old guys quit because their bike didn't handle well? Look at the famous photo of Danny Chandler with the broken peg and bent handlebars finishing his race. The spirit of motocross is lost. The new riders are talented and fast, but they are also pampered wimps. No rider would have quit in the "old days" because the bike wasn't set-up properly.
retlaw7 -Jeeze  August 20, 2010 01:43 PM
Wow. This thread is a circle jerk of hate :-(
GIXXBYNITE -so  August 20, 2010 09:38 AM
there are those that would love to see James Stewart fail. and wait for the chance when he is down to belittle him and assassinate his character. he is an awesome rider and has the record to prove it. this is just one of his down times. down times build character which define true champions. he is still young and has things to learn regarding that. his complaining is simply frustration from trying to find his way back. once he finds that way he will once again be successful. you don't have a talented dominate rider like that just stop winning for no reason. its a learning curve. he will overcome that curve and also learn to handle his losses with his wins. he just needs a little time and patience. negative comments about him or anyone will get you know where. why you are behind a computer screen with your face hidden writing negative comments about someone that has accomplished more in a few years than most of you blog posting losers will in a lifetime. be understanding of a persons hardships and learning experiences that life throws at all of us. if you are uncertain then take a long look in the mirror and i am sure you will see that whatever you are doing in life, you would not want someone to kick you when you were down. and tell me how it feels to talk crap about someone via computer when you don't even know them or have the balls to look them in the eye when you defame their character. truly.. when the lights go out, how do you bloggers feel about yourselves. misery loves company and most will jump at the slightest chance to kick someone when they are down or talk negatively towards them. instead of offering encouraging words. look in the mirror and i am sure you are not very happy with yourselves deep inside. it takes the same amount of energy to post something positive and inspiring about a person than it does to post something negative about them. LOVE THY NEIGHBOR and if you want to talk crap about a person, don't do it behind a computer screen. do it eye to eye and be ready to deal with the repercussions. negative posting the only repercussions you have to deal with is your laptop overheating.
TG -JS7 is still the fastest man in the world  August 20, 2010 09:32 AM
I'll admit, Bubba hasn't been running outdoor MX (because the San Manuel Yamaha team - not factory Yamaha - is a SuperX only team). However, he has run outdoor, and won outdoor. It's not a huge deal that he wasn't picked for MXoN - team USA will win either way. I can understand why JS wanted to run it, it's an honor, but there are trade-offs that come with choosing your racing. Had he stayed with Kawi, ran indoor and outdoor, and continued dominating, he would be on the MXoN team. However, his team doesn't race MX, and he shouldn't represent the country in an MX race as a non-MX racer (now, not that he never has, but he is not a full-season MX competitor).

All that said, I like JS. He's fast and exciting to watch. All the GOAT BS...c'mon. If RC thought he could bean JS he would prove it - he knows it's on another level now. I like Dungey, but in flat out speed between two equally prepared riders/teams, I know JS is the faster guy. Dungey has a great attitude, and is fast as hell, but so is Villie, and hasn't got anything for JS either (that we've seen). I am anxious for next year SX season, hoping everyone is healthy. It would be so cool to see JS, Villie, Dungey, all on their game, hasing it out. Unfortunately, it's obvious which way I think it will go (though I would prefer RV show JS up - he's a local guy).
andy -what a freaking doushbag  August 20, 2010 05:08 AM
never liked him...now I know 4sure why...lol!!
Robert duster -Robby  August 19, 2010 05:57 PM
Oliver listen to your statement if he raced the last 4 races he would have a shot he broke his end of the deal in moto 2 when he poles off also quit calling him the fast rider on earth he not only beat r.c a couple times he did not create the scrub I think it was broc glover or Johnny Omar had a training video in the mid 80s showi ng how and even called it scrubing off speed real racer race mx unless their in their 30
jack j -dont understand  August 19, 2010 04:04 PM
I dont understand how his bike could not be set up for mx when he seemed pritty sure he was going to be in the team USA mx team .
That and he is factory yamaha..
Shovel head -All Show no go  August 19, 2010 03:45 PM
For the 4 seconds I tuned into the TV show I saw Bubb-lies trainer trying to find him to workout. I guess that was the reality of that craptastic show. Now I have to go the the mailbox and get my Moto of Nations tickets so I can watch the real Pro race. You know the ones that deserve, earned and work their butts to get there. Bye-bye bubba. Don't go away mad just go away.
Todd -bubba who?  August 19, 2010 11:15 AM
Bubba who? He hasn't been on the track in months, and he didn't even want to do the outdoor series. Be quiet and pay your dues Bubba. He seems to have the Tiger syndrome,'I should be on the Ryder Cup Team 'cause I used to be sooooo good.' Sorry boys - get to the top of your game and you'll be chosen to represent. Just sayin.
Tim B -Cry About it!  August 19, 2010 09:51 AM
They overlooked him because he's black! Nobody pulled the race card yet so I had to do that for them. That's obviously not the truth so anyway...

What has Stewart done this year to warrant a ride on an MX team, especially when he's stictly an SX rider? Plus, 'Dilla showed he's not ready. Good decision Team USA!
Singletrack Racer -Cry Baby  August 19, 2010 09:02 AM
OMG! so many excuses (bike setup, SX only racer, physical, lies). I am amazed! And then to state that the team was picked "before bike was even unloaded from the truck"? Do What?? He quit during Moto 2! Common sense tells me that is most likely when the decision was made. Bubba did not EARN a spot on the MXoN team! Short, Canard and Dungey did! Stewart has developed a prima donna attitude. He is a great racer but he doesn't have the complete true superstars package such as Carmichael, Windham, Mcgrath, Everts, Robert, Decoster and so many others in the history books. Maybe the reality show has him thinking he is there. He isn't. This letter of excuses shows lack of character. Sorry Bubba. I'm just telling you like it is. This is the real world, not a reality show.

zenjim -Truth Lies In Between  August 19, 2010 08:03 AM
He probably was lied to. But I wouldn't hire a guy coming back from a serious injury who hasn't raced all year and who admitted he was out of shape and his team can't setup a bike (allegedly). If he kicked ass, maybe a different story. Team USA will be fine... But hey Tony, thanks for taking the limelight off the sport and placing it on you. Now you can join the pantheon of Terrel Owens, Floyd Landis, AI, Barry Bonds, etc - talented athletes who never met a team mate or sport more important than them.
JS7 -I just wanna cry  August 19, 2010 06:33 AM
I James Stewart believe I am the only rider the fans pay to see, the rest of the so called riders are just fill-ins until I get back. Oh Wait I came back and they kicked my ASS because I was promised a ride on the MXoN team just because of my name. I started crying because I couldn't pass anyone in the 2nd moto, so I pulled off to cry and whine and try to make excuses, blame my team, the fans and most of all I really don't care about racing now I have tons of money. JS7
Jeff -Mx, not Sx  August 19, 2010 06:06 AM
If he was promised a shot, he should have gotten a shot at it. However, that kind of promise should not have been made. This is the Motocross des Nations, not the Supercross des Nations. He calls his team supercross only. Fine, be supercross only. When it comes time for the Motocross des Nations we should pick the team from the guys that are out there every round trying to earn points in the series. Stewart is fast, but he is not committed to motocross like the series regulars and therefore should not be considered for the team. Again, if he was promised a shot he should have gotten a shot at it. Perhaps his pulling off the track in moto2 just ended his shot.?.
NYFLATTRACKER64 -stewarty  August 19, 2010 05:22 AM
FAVRE is back in the NFL BRING BACK THE G.O.A.T.......................
rkata824 -loser  August 18, 2010 10:39 PM
all stewart is doing is making excuses as to why he didnt perform. instead of sucking it up and saying he didnt ride well he blames his bike, granted suspension is a big part of riding but come on. then he has the audacity to say he was lied to about his mxon spot. he is just trying to get a compliment by saying i havent raced in so long look how good i did. hes a loser and will continue to complain until he retires.
Oliver -Complete Racers  August 18, 2010 10:04 PM
Pardon the typos in the last comment...typed too fast.
johnny08 -Weak  August 18, 2010 10:03 PM
Stewart is done, Dungey is the new man. Soon enough Stewart is gonna retire because he's not gonna be able to push his self like he did in the earlier years because the money went to his head.
Oliver -Complete Racers  August 18, 2010 10:02 PM
Remember there was in time in this country where to be considered a complete racer, motrocycle racers had to race dirt track and road racing. The sport is becoming more segmented as it ages. It's like skiing with downhill, slamom, GS and Super G.
thewall -One side of the story  August 18, 2010 08:58 PM
Ok, if what he was told was he'd have a shot after four races but the riders had already been picked then yeah, that is bs. But that is one side of the story. Is it really true the team was picked "before his bike was even unloaded from the truck"? Personally I don't think so. I think the decision might have been made when he quit in moto 2 for no better reason than he saw he wasn't going to be competitive for a podium spot. James Stewart is the fastest motorcycle rider on the planet. Period. I love to watch him race. He is just incredible. But, MXoN doesn't want guys who feel entitled and they especially don't want quitters. And the fact is in moto 2 James quit the race for no good reason. Absolutely unacceptable in racing. You race until your body or your bike breaks down and for no other reasons do you quit.

And on another note, IMO, if you don't sign on for the entire MX season then you shouldn't be allowed on the MXoN team. I cannot stand this SX only BS! MX is the heart of dirt bike racing. I don't care if it doesn't bring in the money SX does or not. In my book, if you don't race MX, you're not a complete racer.
Drew -Whaaaaaahhhh!!!!!  August 18, 2010 07:53 PM
Simple fact is that James Stewart did not 'earn' a spot on the MxON Team. Maybe if he had raced the entire season like the other riders did, rather than showing up at the decision announcing race, he would have gotten on the team. He showed absolutely no ability to race the 'Nations' all season and has been out of racing for almost two years ('09 MX, '10 SX and '10 MX). Stop whining Stewart and start racing!
Dude Wilson -GOAT  August 18, 2010 07:33 PM
If Ricky Carmichael was in the situation he would have finished the race and not complained. I guess thats the difference between the GOAT and Bambi.
MTGR -Cry Me a River  August 18, 2010 06:29 PM
So Stewart is upset because he was told something might happen if everything went perfectly then it did not. Welcome to the reality that 99.9% of MXers (and the rest of the non-spoiled world) deal with everyday.

You want to impress your fans? Shut up, get in shape, and let your riding do the talking. If you are healthy and fast then your shot at the spot should be almost as good as it is just because you walk around with the name Stewart, right?
Oliver -Detrimental Reliance  August 18, 2010 06:14 PM
Many writers here are missing the point. Assuming that what James is saying is true, then what happened is not right. James relied on the fact he would be given a shot at the MXdN by racing the last four races. If he was not told that the decision was already made at the beginning of Unadilla, that's BS. The team and him spent hours and likely a ton of money preparing for the outdoors. Again, assuming the facts as told by James are accurate, they made these preparations relying on what they were told. Had they been told otherwise, they could have at least had the opportunity to say, "Hey, let's do it next year when I have a chance to earn my spot by staying healthy and racing the outdoors." It's one thing to blame equipment, etc. which is not sportmanlike; but it's another if one is blatantly misled and relies on it to their detriment. That type of misconduct should be brought to the attention of fans and sanctioning bodies. Let's keep the sport honest and transparent. Seeking justice is not whining. If that were the case, our country would have been built by whiners who were seeking justice from the British.
Jay Jacobs -maybe next year  August 18, 2010 05:55 PM
First I am not a James Stewart Fan, My Favorite is the old man Kevin Windam. But James Is a great rider and when healthy probably one of the best.I do not believe he belongs on the team because he has been injured,if they lied to James then yea I would be pissed too.So just go out and kick ass this year and show every one you belong on the team and then wait till next year and show them they made a mistake.Life is not always fair.
eddie price -To The haters  August 18, 2010 05:36 PM
James, F**k all these Haters Writing Negative Comments..Yeah You Guys !! You Couldnt Hold a CANDLE TO James On Any Track..Any one That Tells Ya you Cant ...Wont..Heal Up ..Reach Down Inside And Show Em What Your Made Of..I Was there I Saw The 1st Moto..You Kicked Ass !! Then Yes You Pulled Off In Moto,2 ..So What Even I Know When Im Not right,,train Buddy And Spank There Ass Next year ..If Not we Got the Kid Down the Street Who Came In 3rd on the 250 2 Stroke Matt Moore Warwick Ny..Hes Ready For a Shot At The Big Time At 17..James Never Forget Where Ya Came From !!! Stay Hungry Buddy !!
Jon -Shut The &^%# Up JS!  August 18, 2010 04:39 PM
He's such a cry baby and whiner. That's why I like Dungey so much more than him. When he screws up he admits it. LIke others have said, you can't tell me that those guys have no idea how to setup a bike for an outdoor. I'll admit that maybe they might have missed the setup. That can happen to any team. But to claim that they had no idea what to do because they're a "Supercross Only" team, is just ridiculous. As for the MXoN, dude hasn't raced in 8 months! How the Hell does he even think he should have a shot at the 2010 MXoN team when he hasn't raced in 2010? Douche Bag!
Brian -He Said it  August 18, 2010 04:14 PM
What is he crying about? He said it himself, his is a "Supercross only" team...MXoN is not a Supercross. They made the right choice...Go Team USA!
MXer -Stewart...SHUT UP!!!  August 18, 2010 03:44 PM
Stewart, it is amazing that you have the balls to actually think you deserved a spot on the Nations team. The sport can do without you and needs a true champion that we can all respect and admire...somehow I don’t think that will ever be you.
Pibber -OH Cry me a river! BOOO  August 18, 2010 02:20 PM
What do you expect when you put more effort into your reality series and your celebrity status than into your actual racing career! Geeezzz Could you come up with anymore excuses? Just another complaining racer.
Chris -Baby needs a bottle!  August 18, 2010 02:13 PM
Amen brothers! Several times James makes reference to him being "given a shot at being on the team." Well obviously James you had your shot and you missed your target. How many times have you competed at Unadilla? Once? I think not. You and your highly trained and skilled team members know darn well how to set up a bike for outdoors. Stop blaming your team for your cockiness failing you out on the track. You've sat around goofing off 8 months and thought you could just waltz out on that track and stomp everybody a new one. Guess what? The train kept on going without you James. How does it feel to realize that you're no longer the center of the universe? Wait... I can almost hear the balloon loosing its' air right now... Now shut up and get back to work if you want to be respected in this sport!
OLDMX4 -OOPS  August 18, 2010 01:35 PM
I meant "In 2010 James Stewart has NOT proven Himself worthy of a spot on the MXoN TEAM"
OLDMX4 -Say What?  August 18, 2010 01:34 PM
Are you telling me that His PROFESSIONAL TEAM does not know how to set up a bike for an outdoor race, this is not his first outdoor appearance. Sounds like a LAME excuse for a piss poor performance! In 2010 James Stewart has proven Himself worthy of a spot on the MXoN team. I feel they made a wise and fair choice! Whats next the race card?
Sacha -Motorcycle Instructor  August 18, 2010 01:01 PM
I'm tired of his crying, nothing is ever his fault. He is not a winner, he's a complainer. A true champion is someone who never blames his tools or anyone else. Suck it up you sound like a 2 year old!