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America‰Ûªs PJ Larsen to race final round of Monster Energy Super X

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18 year old upcoming star from the USA, PJ Larsen, is confirmed to race in the finale of the Monster Energy Super X championship at the QSAC stadium in Brisbane this Saturday December 5. The seventh and final round of the championship will be the biggest supercross event ever held in Australia with the strongest rider lineup ever assembled in the country. Larsen, who will be racing in the open class, was the 2008 Loretta Lynns Champion and was the recipient of the 2008 AMA Horizon Award, which is awarded to the best up and comer. He had his first pro season in 2009 for the Canidae Kawasaki Team and gained top five finishes in the West Coast Supercross Lites series. JDR Motorsports / MXRAD Team Manager, Jay Rynenberg said he is really excited about bringing Larsen out to race. ‰ÛÏPJ has had an outstanding amateur career with several national titles, and a strong rookie season in the pro ranks this year. Although he made a few rookie mistakes, he really showed he has the potential to become a future champion. With Andrew (McFarlane) injured, this provided a perfect opportunity for PJ to step in and fly the flag for the JDR Motorsports / MXRAD race team." Rynenberg concluded ‰ÛÏI've been out in Australia for a few days now and I am really enjoying myself. It‰Ûªs a different way of life out here but the team has been really supportive. I rode the bike for the first time yesterday and felt comfortable right away; I have never ridden a Yamaha before so it‰Ûªs a credit to the MXRAD guys for setting it up so fast,‰Û

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