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PJ Jacobsen   » rider bio

Birth date August 7, 1993
Birth place Montgomery, New York
Hometown Montgomery, New York
Height 5-4
Weight 123
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PJ Jacobsen

Career Highlights

2012 - Competed in AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200. Finished 42nd in the standings. Pole sitter at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. 

2011 - Competed in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, finishing the season 10th in the point standings with four top 5s including a best finish of second at Miller. 

2010 - Earned sixth place Daytona SportBike finishes at Road America.

2009 - Made his AMA Pro SuperSport debut at the season finale in New Jersey Motorsports Park, earning a pole and finishing in eighth place.  Raced in the Spanish CEV Championship.

2008 - Awarded a team ride with a prestigious Spanish team, ASPAR. Made history as the youngest American to ever ride a 125 MotoGP race (Indianapolis). Also raced in the 125GP Spanish CEV Championship and finished fifth in points, was the first American to ever podium in the 125GP Spanish CEV Championship. 2007 - Selected to the MotoGP Academy. 2006 - Began his Road Racing career full time with Celtic Racing in USGPRU, and was the AMA Pro Road Race 125GP Champion, USGPRU National Champion, and the Can-Am 125 GP Champion. 2005 - AMA Youth Rider and Dirt Track Rider of the Year. Early Career - First began racing at the age of three at local tracks on a PW50, has won over 30 National Flat Track Racing Championship Titles (Youth Program).

2007 - Selected to the MotoGP Academy.

2006 - Began his Road Racing career full time with Celtic Racing in USGPRU, and was the AMA Pro Road Race 125GP Champion, USGPRU National Champion, and the Can-Am 125 GP Champion. 

2005 - AMA Youth Rider and Dirt Track Rider of the Year.

Early Career -

First began racing at the age of three at local tracks on a PW50, has won over 30 National Flat Track Racing Championship Titles (Youth Program). 


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