- "James has a lot of fans. Maybe some African-American people didn't like our sport so much because it was dominated by White people, but now the demographics, with James in there, it's mixed up. I think it's great."
- —Jeremy McGrath on James Stewart [src]
James Stewart Jr. (born December 12, 1985) is an African-American professional motocross and Supercross racer. In 2007, he won his first AMA National Supercross Championship winning 13 of 16 races in the process, and had won the World and Lites championships before that. He is widely regarded as the best racer in Supercross after the retirement of Ricky Carmichael.
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