Haines City, Fla
December 21, 1985
What are your career championships?
2012 7th (SX)
2011 4th (SX)
2010 20th (SX)
2009 1st (SX)
2008 23rd (SX), 1st (MX)
2007 1st (SX), 7th (MX)
2006 2nd (SX), 4th (MX)
2005 10th (SX), 12th (250MX)
2004 1st (ESX), 1st (125MX)
2003 1st (WSX), 3rd (125MX)
2002 1st (125MX), 2nd (WSX)
2011 Crashes and bad luck seemed to follow Stewart in 2011, and the former AMA Supercross Champion wasn’t able to crack the top three in the final points standings. Nevertheless, Stewart demonstrated on several occasions that he was the fastest man on the track, winning five rounds, second only to ultimate champion Ryan Villopoto. Stewart finished the year ranked fourth.
2010 Stewart started the year strong in AMA Supercross with a win and a third-place finish in the first three rounds before being sidelined through the seasons with an injury.
2009 Stewart won the AMA Supercross Series title with 11 wins and four additional podium finishes... Race with San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Yamaha.
2008 Stewart entered the AMA Supercross Series and won the Phoenix, Ariz. race, but soon withdrew to recuperate from an injury… He returned and won the AMA Motocross Championship with a perfect season, winning every moto… Member of Monster Energy AMA Team USA, which won the Motocross of Nations in England… Named AMA Pro Racing/SPEED Athlete of the Year… Raced with Monster Kawasaki team.
2007 Stewart won the AMA Supercross Series title with 13 wins and two additional podium finishes… Raced a limited AMA Motocross Championship season, but earned one win and five additional overall podium finishes… Raced with Monster Kawasaki Team.
2006 Stewart raced in the AMA Supercross Series, earning eight wins and taking five additional podium finishes… Raced in the AMA Motocross Championship, earning three overall wins and taking four additional overall podium finishes… Member of Team AMA USA, which won the Motocross of Nations in England… Won the Las Vegas US Open of SX… Raced with Kawasaki Motocross team.
2005 Stewart raced a limited AMA 250cc Supercross season, but earned three wins and one additional podium finish in the six races he entered... He raced a limited AMA 250cc Motocross Championship season, earning three overall podium finishes... Raced with Kawasaki Motocross team.
2004 Stewart won back-to-back supercross and motocross championships, winning every round of the AMA 125cc East Region Supercross series, and earning wins in all but one moto of the AMA 125cc Motocross Championship... Raced with Team Chevy Trucks Kawasaki.
2003 Stewart earned the AMA 125cc West Region Supercross Championship title with seven wins and one second-place finish in the eight race series... He raced a limited AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross Championship season, entering only seven rounds but winning the overall victory at every race he entered... Raced with Team Chevy Trucks Kawasaki.
2002 In his professional debut season, Stewart earned a record 10, AMA 125cc U.S. Motocross overall victories, en route to winning the series championship title... Stewart won three of eight AMA 125 West Region Supercross events, had two additional series podium finishes, and ended that season as runner-up for the title... Named AMA Motocross/Supercross Rookie of the Year... Raced with Chevy Trucks Kawasaki team.
2001 Stewart claimed his 11th AMA Amateur National title, earning the record for most career AMA amateur national championships and surpassing Ricky Carmichael as the alltime winningest AMA amateur rider... Spent his entire amateur racing career with Kawasaki Team Green, dating back to 1993.