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Justin Brayton, #10
Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX Team

Justin Brayton returned to the Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX Team for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He was with the team in the 2010 and 2011 seasons. The team is excited to have Brayton back, as he is one of the hardest working and determined riders on the circuit.

Motorcycle: JGRMX Modified Yamaha YZ450F
Classes: Supercross (Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship) 450 Class (Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship)
Birth Date: March 14, 1984
Birthplace: Fort Dodge, Iowa
Residence: Huntersville, N.C.
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 160 lbs.
Turned Pro: 2002
Twitter: @justinbrayton

RACING HIGHLIGHTS

2013. The highlight of the 2013 season was Justin Brayton’s Gold Medal performance at X Games 19 in Los Angeles, Calif. on Aug. 3. Brayton won the event in front of a worldwide audience in dramatic fashion with a last lap pass to take the win. In supercross Brayton scored 11 top-10 and one top-five finish for eighth in series points. In motocross, Brayton earned three top-ten and one top-five finish claiming 11th in series points.

2012.
Brayton contested the 2012 season with the American Honda Factory Team. He claimed three overall podiums in route to fourth overall in Monster Energy AMA Supercross. His outdoor season started building momentum during the second half where he earned seventh overall in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship standings. Brayton contested three races in Europe during the American off-season, landing on the podium each time and winning two of the three on the Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX Team Yamaha YZ450F. The events were the 32nd annual Genoa Supercross at the PalaFiera in Genoa, Italy (first place), the 30th annual Bercy Supercross in Paris, France (third place), and the 27th Annual International Supercross Geneva in La Voie de Moens, held in the Palexpo event complex (first place).

2011.  Brayton stormed into the 2011 Monster Energy Supercross season by winning his opening heat race. He earned several top-five finishes, ending the series in ninth overall. During the supercross final in Las Vegas, Brayton badly twisted his ankle, forcing him to miss the first four rounds of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series. Even so, he managed to finish the series inside the top-10 with seventh overall.
 
2010.  Rookie season in the premier classes, riding for the Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX Team. Earned a podium finish at the Seattle, Wash. round of the AMA Supercross Championship and finished the series in fifth. Injury caused Brayton to miss the first few rounds of the motocross series. Finished on the podium at the Steel City round. Won Silver Medal at X Games 16. Raced three rounds of the Monster Energy Australasian Supercross Series finishing of the podium all three times including one win. Won the 25th Annual Geneva Supercross.

2009.   Raced the Supercross Lites West achieving three podium finishes and fourth in series points. Earned a Silver Medal at X Games 15 in Moto X. Raced the Motocross Class in the AMA Pro Motocross Championship earning seventh overall, and winning the last moto of the series and a podium overall finish at Steel City Raceway in Delmont, Pa. Joining the JGRMX/Toyota/Yamaha Team, Justin also won the 27th annual Bercy Supercross in Paris, France and the Genoa Supercross in Genoa, Italy.

2008.   Raced AMA Lites West Supercross, podiumed at the opening round at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. Raced Motocross Lites, earned two top-10 finishes. Third at ESPN Moto X Worlds. 

2007.   Finished 10th in AMA Lites East Supercross. 
2006.   Raced AMA Lites West Supercross, finishing 12th.
2005.   A leg injury prevented Justin from competing.
2004.  Raced the AMA Arenacross Series finishing fourth in series points.


 

 

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