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James Bubba Stewart Wiki/Biography
James Stewart Jr. was born on the 21st December 1985, in Bartow, Florida USA, and is a professional motocross racer. As James Bubba Stewart, he is best known as the FIM World Supercross Grand Prix Champion in 2006 and 2007, as well as 2009 FIM World Supercross Champion.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth “the Tiger Woods of Supercross” has accumulated so far? How rich James Bubba Stewart is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Bubba’s net worth, as of early 2017, exceeds the sum of $20 million, acquired through his professional racing career which has been active since 2002.
James Bubba Stewart Net Worth $20 million
Bubba’s passion for racing and motorcycles dates back to a very early age. His father James Stewart Jr. was so passionate about racing, that just two days after his son Bubba was born, he took him for a ride. Bubba began dirt biking at the age of only three, and a year later as a four-year old, he completed his first race. The first amateur title of 11, to be precise, came when Bubba was six years old. During his amateur career, Bubba Stewart won 84 titles of which four were national titles, and beat every single 125-class record, including winning the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Lites National Motocross Championship title as the youngest racer ever. All these accomplishments provided the basis for James Bubba Stewart’s present net worth, and also opened the doors towards even more prominent professional career.
In 2002, Bubba turned pro. Although the 2002 125 West Supercross title slipped away, he dominated the season in 125c national championship which had earned him 2002 AMA Rookie of the Year award. The following, 2003 season he started successfully and aggressively, but at its end he suufered a severe crash resulting in a broken collarbone which stopped him from winning the title. However, in 2004 Bubba claimed the 125 East Supercross as well as 125 Outdoor National titles, which achievements significantly boosted his net worth by a large margin.
He continued the streak of good performances, which were crowned in 2006 with the FIM World Supercross Grand Prix Champion title. He repeated the same success in 2007 when besides that he also won the AMA Supercross Champion title. However, due to a knee injury which occurred late in the 2007 season, he was unable to claim the 2007 National series title. The similar injury prevented Bubba from competing in the 2008 season’s final 15 races, but still these successful ventures impacted James Bubba Stewart’s net worth very positively.
Despite solid performances in the following seasons, due to a series of injuries Bubba wasn’t able to add any new notable titles to his professional portfolio. In his racing career so far, he has recorded a total of 98 wins in various AMA competitions, including 125 AMA Motocross, 450 AMA Supercross as well as 450 in AMA Motocross. There were some rumors about Bubba’s retirement from professional racing career before the beginning of the 2017 season, but they still remained officially unconfirmed.
Apart from the dirt track, in 2010 James Bubba Stewart featured his own reality TV show named “Bubba’s World” which was aired for two seasons with 23 episodes in total.
In his personal life, Bubba Stewart is married to Brianna, and they have one child, but keep their life away from the tracks strictly private.
|Net Worth||$120 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 21, 1985|
|Place Of Birth||Bartow, Florida, United States|
|Profession||Motorcycle Racer, Television producer|
|Children||Tabiahs L. Stewart|
|Parents||Sonya Stewart, James Stewart, Sr.|
|Awards||2002 AMA 125 Motocross National Champion (2002, 2004), AMA 125 West Supercross Champion (2003, 2004), AMA Supercross Champion (2007-2009), 2006 FIM World Supercross Grand Prix Champion (2006, 2007), Motocross of Nations Champion (2006, 2008), FIM World Supercross Champion (2009)|
|Nominations||X Games medal (2009)|
|Movies||Thrills, Spills and Chills (2004), Rhythm & Blitz (2006)|
|TV Shows||Bubba’s World (2010), Supercross Exposed 2.3 (2006), Supercross Exposed: Stewart's New Beginning (2006), Joe Gibbs Racing, JGRMX, Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series, 2003)|