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Jay Wilson Signs With Serco Yamaha for 2014 Season

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Jay Wilson Signs With Serco Yamaha for 2014 Season
After a breakout 2013 season, Jay Wilson will join the powerful factory backed Serco Yamaha MX2 team for the 2014 season.

The 19 year old from Tweed Heads, on the Queensland / New South Wales border, had a barnstorming finish to his 2013 season taking the win at the U19 Australian Supercross Championship, the New Zealand MX2 Supercross Championship as well as second place in the MXD class at the MX Nationals, to cement his seat with the most respected and desired team in the MX2 class.

‰ÛÏThe move to Serco Yamaha has been on the table for a while and I‰Ûªm so glad to finally have it announced,‰Û
Jay Wilson Signs With Serco Yamaha for 2014 Season
Jay Wilson was near unbeatable on his way to winning the 2013 Under 19s Supercross Championship winning 4 of the 5 main events contested - Credit: Aaryn Minerds
Team owner Gavin Eales is equally excited about the signing of Wilson and looks forward to seeing him on track in Serco colours next season.

‰ÛÏJay proved himself in the last half of 2013 that he is serious about his racing and training and as a result, he took his results to another level." Eales commented. "Already working within Yamaha, I‰Ûªm also impressed by his friendly and accommodating personality and he will fit in perfectly with the Serco Yamaha team.

‰ÛÏThe signing of Jay also shows the development system Yamaha has in place. Over the past few seasons, we have taken Luke Styke and now Jay Wilson from the GYTR Yamaha program as well as offered guest rides to Luke Arbon and Harley Quinlan, also both previous members of the GYTR team. Both teams work well together and the success of the program continues to grow.

‰ÛÏWe see Jay as a talented and hard-working rider who will continue to develop with us in 2014. We are proud to have him on board,‰Û

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