In 2011, Josh competed in AMA Pro Racing Daytona SportBike and finished the season a very close second in the championship. He consistently qualified on the front row for every race and earned the pole position at Mid-Ohio. Josh racked up an impressive five victories, including Miller Motorsports Park, two wins at Road America, a win at Barber Motorsports Park, and he wrapped up the season with a win at the final round at New Jersey Motorsports Park. It was a hard-fought season for Josh, and it prepared him well for his debut season in American Superbike.
In the 2010 Daytona SportBike Championship, Josh began the year with a win in the season-opening Daytona 200. He went on to record a total of five wins and three pole positions on his way to 3rd place in the Daytona SportBike Championship.
His bid for the 2009 Daytona SportBike Championship came within five points. The season saw him record four wins and continue to come of age in the highly competitive class.
In 2008, Josh scored a race win at Barber Motorsports Park on his Graves Motorsports-prepared YZF-R6. He also earned five podium finishes on the season.
For the 2007 season, Josh finished on the podium three times, and he won the final Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca round of the SuperSport series.
Josh’s 2006 Yamaha racing debut saw him finish a very credible 6th in his first AMA SuperSport race. He followed that result with a podium finish at Miller Motorsports Park in only his second start.
Josh won the WERA 600cc National Championship in 2005, preceded by the 125cc USGPRU National Championship in 2004.
In 2003 Josh was invited to the first-ever World Mini Grand Prix Road Race in Valencia, Spain, where he finished 6th and was the top American out of 50 competitors from around the world.
Josh began his racing career at age 6, following in the footsteps of his father who was also a racer.
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