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James Stewart: I still have wins in my future!

James Stewart: I still have wins in my future!
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James Stewart says he is not ready to retire. The Floridian, despite not having a ride sorted for next season yet, says he will be back racing although he doesn’t say that he will definitely be on the line at A1.

Stewart said on Instagram: “As for me it’s been a struggle with putting things together for next year with so many sponsors pulling out of MX and a deep pool of great riders and lack of rides. That being said I’ve been working on trying to make things happen because I’m not ready to retire. I still have wins in my future so hopefully I’ll be on the gate soon. If that’s in the next 6 weeks that’ll be great but whenever it is, I’ll be looking for to being with the people I love and that you guys. Real talk outta everything, wins, money, fame traveling. The one thing that keeps me going is my fans because otherwise after this year and the offseason struggles, I would be done!! But I’m not so just wanna thank you for keeping the candle lit. So thank you guys for the love, I definitely see it!!! Also everyone of my sponsors that have and still continue to support me, a big thank you to all of you. It’s not a sponsorship anymore…. it’s family. @redbull @gopro @dcshoes @oakleymotorsports @sevenmx_ @bell_powersports @gaerneusa

Let’s hope one of the most talented riders of his generation, and new dad, can find some of his old form next season and also stay in one piece.

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