Jeff Stanton

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Jeff Stanton (born June 18, 1968) is a retired professional motorcycle racer.

Biography[edit]

Stanton was born in Coldwater, Michigan.[1] He is a three-time AMA 250cc Motocross and Supercross National Champion, winning the titles in 1989, 1990 and 1992. Stanton rode for Honda for the better part of his career, earning all of his championships with them. Before team Honda, he rode a Yamaha as a privateer.

He retired from professional motocross in 1994.

In 2000 he was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

Major Career Titles and Accomplishments[edit]

1985 -Florida Winter AM 250cc Champion -Florida Winter AM 500cc Champion -NMA 250cc Amateur Champion -NMA 500cc Amateur Champion -AMA 250cc Amateur Champion -AMA 500cc Amateur Champion

1986 -CMC 250 Trans-Cal Champion -CMC 500 Trans-Cal Champion

1987 -AMA Pro Rookie of the Year

1989 -AMA 250 Supercross Champion -AMA 250 National Motocross Champion -Team USA Motocross des Nations (MXDN) Championship Team Member -Mickey Thompson Award of Excellence

1990 -AMA 250 Supercross Champion -AMA 250 National Motocross Champion -Team USA MXDN Championship Team Member -AMA Pro Athlete of the Year. -FIM Masters of Motocross Series Champion

1991 -Team USA MXDN Championship Team Member

1992 -AMA 250 Supercross Champion -AMA 250 National Motocross Champion -World Supercross Champion

1994 -Retired at end of Season to become Team Honda Consultant

2000 -Inducted into Motorcycle Hall of Fame

2002 -Inducted into Red Bud Track & Trail Hall of Fame

2006 -Inducted into Daytona International Speedway Hall of Fame -Red Bud Grass Race - XR single shock class winner -Red Bud Grass Race - XR dual shock class winner

2008 -Mickey Thompson Award of Excellence

2012 PowderPuff world Champion

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Coldwater, Michigan". City-Data.com. Retrieved June 17, 2014. 

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