San Francisco, CA
November 19, 1971
What are your career championships?
2000 1st(SX),23rd (250MX)
1999 1st(SX),21st (250MX)
1998 1st(SX),14th (250MX)
1997 2nd(SX),3rd (250MX)
1996 1st(SX),2nd (250MX)
1995 1st(SX),1st (250MX)
1994 1st(SX),3rd (250MX)
1993 1st(SX),3rd (125MX)
1992 16th(SX),1st (WSX),
2005 McGrath raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, earning his season-best finish of fifth-place at the Jan. 22 Anaheim, Calif., race... Raced with American Honda team.
2004 McGrath entered the Delmont, Pa. round of the AMA 250cc Motocross Championship, finishing 20th overall... Raced with Fun Bike Center Honda team.
2003 Retired from full-time competition in AMA Supercross and Motocross... Raced in AMA Supermoto Championship.
2002 McGrath earned 250cc AMA Supercross series podium finishes at Atlanta, Pontiac, Mich., and Irving, Tex., but was denied victory... Raced with Bud Light Yamaha team.
2001 McGrath took victories at the first and second Anaheim, Calif., rounds of the AMA 250cc Supercross series, and had nine additional podium finishes... Raced with Mazda Yamaha team.
2000 McGrath had another stellar season in the AMA EA Sports 250cc Supercross series. He took ten wins and had four additional podium finishes en route to his seventh AMA Supercross title... McGrath entered the season opener of the AMA Chevy Trucks 250cc U.S. Motocross Championship, taking sixth-place overall... Raced with the Mazda Yamaha team.
1999 Won his sixth career AMA 250cc Supercross title with eight wins and four additional podium finishes, and climbed to the top of the all-time AMA Motocross/Supercross win list with 77 combined victories. McGrath chose to compete in a few select races of the AMA 250cc Motocross Nationals... Rode with team Chaparral Mazda Yamaha.
1998 Perennial Motocross/Supercross Champion McGrath captured his fifth 250cc Supercross title with seven wins and five additional podium finishes. Won the Sacramento, Calif., round of the 250cc Mazda Truck Motocross Nationals, but injuries forced his withdrawal after just three series races... Rode for Chaparral Yamaha.
1997 Had 250cc Supercross wins at Minneapolis, Minn., and St. Louis...Seven Supercross podium finishes...Finished outside the top-10 just once at the season opener in Los Angeles...Had five overall podium finishes in 250cc National Motocross and never finished outside the top-10. Signed with Chaparral for 1998 season.
1996 Named AMA/Speedvision Pro Athlete of the Year...Broke the AMA Supercross record for the number of wins in a season by winning 14 races in the 15-race series... Suffered his only Supercross loss of 1996 in St. Louis where he finished second to Jeff Emig...Earned his fourth consecutive AMA Supercross Championship... Won seven AMA 250cc Motocross events and finished runner-up in the series... Won both of his races at the Motocross des Nations leading the U.S. team to victory.
1995 Won his third consecutive AMA Supercross title... Won his first AMA 250cc Motocross title... Won his second straight World Supercross Championship.
1994 Won his second AMA Supercross Championship winning nine of 15 events... Won the World Supercross Championship.
1993 Won his first AMA Supercross Championship in his rookie season... Selected for U.S. Motocross des Nations team.
1992 Won his second AMA 125cc West Region Supercross title... Posted a victory at Tokyo Supercross.
1991 Won his first AMA 125cc West Region Supercross title.
1990 Was runner up in AMA 125cc West Region Supercross.
1989 - Ranked 8th in AMA 125cc West Region Supercross in his first year as a pro.