Jason Anderson 21

Hometown: Edgewood, New Mexico

Current Residence: Rio Rancho, New Mexico

Birthdate: Feb. 17, 1993

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Team Name: Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing

  • Manufacturer – Husqvarna
  • Team Manager – Bobby Hewitt
  • Mechanic – Chris Loredo

 

Turned Pro: 2011

Best Career Season Result: 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross an FIM World Champion

2017 Season Result: 4th

 

Racing Accolades:

  • 7 career Monster Energy Supercross wins (450SX Class)
  • 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross an FIM World Champion
  • 2014 250SX Western Regional Champion
  • 5 career 250SX wins
  • Member of Team USA during runner-up finish at 2016 Motocross of Nations
  • 2007 AMA Youth Motocrosser of the Year

Lifestyle and General Interest Profile:

  • Trained alongside supercross champion Ryan Dungey under the mentorship of legendary motocross trainer Aldon Baker
  • Nearly lost his ride as a rookie due to poor results but has rebounded to become a champion and one of the sport’s most promising young talents
  • Has raced for the same team his entire career, but has competed aboard three different brands of motorcycles – Suzuki, KTM and Husqvarna
  • Affectionately known as “El Hombre” since he is a native of New Mexico

2017 Season Recap:

Anderson ended his third season in the premier division with his best finish of the year, taking 1st at the last round in Las Vegas. After a rough start to his pro career in which he nearly lost his ride, “El Hombre” has come a long way in making his presence felt this year especially with 12 top 5 finishes and three consecutive third place podiums to finish 4th overall.

 

2018 Season Recap:

It all came together for Jason Anderson in 2018. "El Hombre" took over the 450SX point lead at Round 2 in Houston and never let go. His 4 wins on the season accompanied a string of consistent finishes that saw Anderson take a 14 point lead into the Las Vegas Finals. Jason would hold on to take the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross an FIM World Championship with nine points to spare over Marvin Musquin.

 

 

 

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