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We want Bubba to race the 250cc class!

144 Signatures Goal: 250

We, the undersigned, want James \"Bubba\" Stewart to move up to the 250cc class in Supercross and outdoor Motocross. We feel that he is wasting his time in the 125cc class, and has nothing more to prove by remaining in a class meant for up-and-coming beginners. We feel that seeing Bubba race against the likes of Ricky Carmichael, Chad Reed, and Kevin Windham will bring a level of excitement to the table that has not been seen in MX racing since the days of Hannah and Bailey. Such fierce competition will undoubtedly bring thousands of new fans to the sport, elevating its status among other, more mainstream sports to levels previously undeard of.

Sponsor

This petition is sponsored by a strange, enigmatic figure known only as JerkyChew. He has been a motocross fan since birth, and spends most of his free time begging professional racers for autographed jerseys. He only has one so far. (Subtle hint!)

Links

http://www.kawasaki.com - Motorcycle manufacturer that produces Bubba\'s race bikes http://www.foxracing.com - Fox Racing, Bubba\'s apparel sponsor http://ronronmx.com - Homepage of Team Suzuki\'s Stephane Roncada, and the best MX-related message board on the internet

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    Daniel Burns United States
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    Travis Cooper Australia
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    Robert Ferrante S.R. United States
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    Brian Adkins Nigeria
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