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Jeremy Mcgrath is a Supercross racer and has won a record of 72 250cc Main Event wins and captured 7 250cc Championships between 1993 to 2000. He is often referred to as "MC", "Showtime" or "The King" meaning, the King of Supercross. But supercross and motocross were not always his pastimes early in his life he loved BMX but after becoming one of the leading BMX riders in the nation he became bored with the sport and moved on to professional Motocross. His parents agreed and at the age of 15, McGrath began racing motocross. Even though his parents helped, McGrath had to support a major portion of his racing by working at the local supermarket. Even though he came to racing much later than most top motocross and supercross riders, McGrath was able to translate many of the racing tricks he'd learned in the rough and tumble world of BMX and bring that to motocross racing. After just three years riding as an amateur, McGrath made his AMA debut in 1989. He finished his first Supercross season ranked eighth in the 125 West Region Series.
In April 2007, he announced he had signed a driver development contract with the NASCAR team JR Motorsports, owned by Dale Earnhardt, Jr. with Monster Energy Drink sponsoring. Mcgrath has occasionally raced in Championship Off-Road Racing off-road races in recent years. He has finished in the Top 10 in several PRO-2 races.
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