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2005 Michael Jordan Motorsports Photo Gallery
Our friend and former racing buddy from the Pacific Northwest, Sean Storment (right) is in charge of Pridmore's Superstock machine.
2005 Michael Jordan Motorsports - Check out the action in this MotorcycleUSA.com photo essay
The MJM Team riders had to share one essentially stock 2005 Suzuki GSX-R1000 during the Daytona test.
Montez Stewart looks good in Carolina Blue at the Daytona test.
Steve Rapp is looking to prove to everyone that he has what it takes to contend for a championship in Superstock.
Pridmore goes over some changes he thinks would help out their Superstock machine.
At Fontana, things started to come together for Pridmore and the MJM Team.
The past two decades in the life of Michael Jordan are incorporated into the tribal design on the tank of each MJM Suzuki racebike.
Don't be blue. The new Michael Jordan Motorsports paint job was revealed at Fontana and although it doesn't have that basketball-esque feeling it still looks pretty cool.
The service of Amar Bazazz has certainly had an effect on how fast the MJM riders have gotten up to speed.
During practice at daytona, Montez Stewart injured his foot and was forced to watch from the pit wall the rest of the weekend.
Steve Rapp didn't exactly turn the world upside down but his 8th place finish despite a crash in the Superstock final.
Jason Pridmore (43) battled with the Yamaha's of Hacking and Disalvo and claimed the first podium of the year for the MJM team.
Rapp looked so good that we had to put this wallpaper sized pic of him at Daytona.
Is this guy hungry or what? Pridmore was impressive in his Superbike showdown but you can bet he will be back with an even better set-up for round two.
In the 15-lap Superbike final, Jason Pridmore battled to a 7th place finish behind six full factory supported riders.
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