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Patrick Jacobsen
Name a racing series and PJ Jacobsen probably raced it and likely succeeded in it as well. From lightweight two-stroke racing to superbike endurance racing – PJ’s been there, done it, and won it.

Experienced beyond his years, Patrick Jacobson – better known as PJ – raced 125s, 250s, flat track, Supersport, and Superstock 1000 in the US, lined up in the 125cc class in the Spanish Championship and the Grand Prix, competed successfully in the British Superstock, British Supersport, and British Superbikes, went head to head for the world championship title in World Supersport 600 on multiple occasions, raced World Superbikes, and took to the podium in the prestigious 8 Hours of Suzuka, and he is yet to even settle into his thirties.

After his time on the world stage, Jacobsen returned to the US. The New York-born rider first took on the Supersport championship followed by racing Stock 1000s but got badly injured and had to suspend the season. Setting out to prove his critics wrong, Jacobsen later returned to the MotoAmerica Superbike class, underlining he’s not afraid to grit his teeth and put in the hard work, time and time again. 

NicknamePJNationalityAmericanRace classMotoAmerica Superbike ChampionshipMotorcycleTytlers Cycle Racing – BMW M1000RR#revitrider since2009
  • 2006 AMA USGPRU 125cc Champion
  • 2015 Supersport 600 World Championship runner-up
  • 2018 FIM EWC Suzuka 8 Hours runner-up

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