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Cypress Calif. – Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S. is satisfied to declare its whole line-up of groups prepared to fight for the 2011 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

Featuring the strike is James Stewart. Marked to a two-year contract with L and M Racing, James is anticipating winning his second title for Yamaha on his YZ450F. He’s right now in secure down Florida putting the completing addresses his race prepare and testing so he can turn out with the two barrels blasting at Anaheim 1.

Joining Stewart on Team L and M is Texas phenom Kyle Regal. Continuously a danger to platform outside, Regal has spent the most recent couple of months sharpening his Supercross aptitudes turning lap after lap around the Yamaha Supercross test track.

For 2011 Star Racing proprietor Bobby Regan has put group administration reigns in the extremely skilled hands of Allan Brown. Dark colored has gathered another list of riders to take the YZ250F to the front of the Lites Championship. In the wake of dashing for the group finally year’s Nationals, Gareth Swanepoel is coming back from the 2010 season. New individuals joining Gareth are Ryan Sipes, Kyle Cunningham and youngster sensation Gannon Audette.

Joe Gibbs Racing is back for 2011 with a two man risk of Justin Brayton and Davi Millsaps. Straight from an off-season that saw him win universal races in both Australia and Switzerland, Brayton is anticipating conveying his platform streak to Anaheim 1. After an unpleasant end to the 2010 season Millsaps has spent the off-season mending up and preparing for a 450 test in 2011.

Valli Motorsports proprietor Chad Lanza is amped up for the 2011 season with veteran Nick Wey coaching 450 Class new kid on the block Austin Stroupe. The two riders being new to the group and they are amped up for the conceivable outcomes the 2011 season holds.

The MotoConcepts Team finished the 2010 Season on a high with Kyle Chisholm bringing home the “Privateer of the Year” respects. Things haven’t chilled for Chisholm as he brought home a merited second place at the renowned Bercy Supercross amid the off-season. Another huge off-season improvement for the group was the procuring of David Vuillemin, an exceedingly fruitful racer in his own right, as group director. With his abundance of information David will help direct riders Kyle Chisholm, new comer Tommy Hahn and Vince Friese to achieve their definitive objectives in 2011.

Notwithstanding handling a great group with Weston Peick, Jared Brown, Drew Yenerich, Joey Rossi, Alex Millican and Jeff Alessi, Rock River Motorsports will by and by be close by at each Supercross supporting Yamaha racers with a wide variety of OEM parts to guarantee that their YZs are running up to their most extreme potential.

“We are exceptionally eager to have the greater part of our groups coming back to battle for the 2011 Racing arrangement and anticipate leaving the entryway at the opener with a solid begin to the season” said Yamaha Racing Division Manager, Keith McCarty.”They completed an incredible activity speaking to the Yamaha mark a year ago and with possibility and parts accessible in the pits I’m anticipating a surprisingly better complete in 2011 for all our Yamaha racers.”

The season opener gets in progress at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Saturday January eighth.