Orange County, CA — RiderzLaw Racing is proud to officially announce that Jackson Blackmon will be piloting its Graves Yamaha R3 in MotoAmerica this year. In the national series last year, “Action” Jackson Blackmon had seven podium finishes, including three first place finishes.
“We’re really excited to have Jackson join the RiderzLaw Racing family as our Junior Cup rider. Anyone who follows the class knows that there is no one on the grid with more talent and more potential,” says Sy Nazif, President of RiderzLaw.
In addition to his strong performance in MotoAmerica, Blackmon’s other racing accomplishments include 2016 WERA R3 Cup Champion, 2015 AMA Youth Racer of the Year, and 2015 AMA Moto 3 National Champion. “I’m so stoked to be a part of RiderzLaw Racing! It’s going to be such an awesome year. The guys at RiderzLaw have blessed me with this wonderful opportunity and I can’t thank them enough. I’m also really happy to be on the Yamaha R3 machine this year. Graves Motorsports has put together an awesome bike and I can’t wait to get started.”
RiderzLaw supported racers across the MotoAmerica paddock in 2017, including Josh Herrin, Bryce Prince, and Michael Gilbert. Most notably, RiderzLaw was the title sponsor for MotoAmerica Superstock 600 Champion, Jason Aguilar.
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