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Stewart hints at Supercross return

James Stewart says he’s not finished with racing yet despite him and his brother, US 250 East Supercross champ Malcolm who said he’s moving up to 450s, not starting in tonight’s Anaheim Supercross opener. Both have been linked with swops to GPs with various teams, but James has released the following statement which suggests the pair will team up and race US Supercross very soon:

“It’s been 16 years since a Saturday night in Jan came and i wasn’t in a stadium doing what I love. But all I can say is it won’t last for long!!! Truly can’t tell ya how much I’m looking forward to returning doing it my way. After months of trying to make things happen, i realize that no matter what I would do, it wasn’t going to work. You keep doing the same thing then it’s no one else fault besides your own no matter who’s doing it to ya. So we’re doing it on our own?? To all that supported me… I’ll see you soon. Too all that didn’t… I’ll see you soon. Wanna thank all my sponsors that are supporting me thru this adventure @redbull @gopro @oakley @dcshoes @sevenmx_ @bell_powersports. And most importantly, I wanna thank my fans for being Ultra Patient with me thru all of this. Wasn’t until last week that I actually had a final plan to go at it this way. For those that tried to break me. Sorry… but you can’t get rid of me that easy. Not quite done yet!”

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