Stewart entered his first motocross race when he was four years old.Stewart won 84 amateur national titles all before the age of 16 and turned pro in 2000.Stewart competes in supercross and is known for being the first African-American to have success at the very top level of any major motorsports association.He dominated the 2002 125cc national championship and was named the 2002 AMA Rookie of the Year.It also has to do with the theme of a little reality show Stewart has been scripting for years: Nobody, it seems, has figured out a way to beat this guy.Darrell Sheets, originally from Covina, CA, first entered the spotlight as “The Gambler” – on of the main characters of the A&E reality show “Storage Wars“.Stewart signed with L&M Yamaha racing for the 2009 season, replacing Chad Reed for the supercross season.Birth Date: December 21, 1985 (age 31) James Stewart is a professional Motocross/Supercross rider from Haines City, Florida.
You could easily blow right past the place if not for the distinctive icons adorning the entrance - a motorcycle tire mounted on a pillar and an old state road sign bearing the number 259.
A big mouth and a cutthroat attitude has made him a force to be reckoned on the show.
He is joined on the show by among others Dave Hester, Brandi Passante and Barry Weiss and his son Brandon Sheets.
Winning eighty-four Amateur national titles all before the age of 16, he debuted as pro in 2002.
While crashes and rookie mistakes kept him from winning the 2002 125 West Supercross title, he went on to dominate the 2002 125cc national championship and was named the 2002 AMA Rookie of the Year.