Malcolm Stewart Supercross Rider - Championship Statistics


Malcolm Stewart Supercross Rider Biography


Malcolm Stewart is a professional motocross rider based in the USA. Since 2011 participated in the AMA Supercross and Motocross championships.

In 2021, Newcomer Malcolm Stewart joined the Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing Team, Known as the Mookie. In 2011, he made his professional debut and won the AMA Motocross Rookie of the Year Award. He continued to succeed in the 250 levels of the 2016 Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX Eastern Championship.

Stewart advanced to the 450SX Championship and showed great potential in the stacked top levels in 2017. In 2019, he missed the Glendale Supercross due to a femur bone injury, the Florida driver returned in 2020 with his best 450 seasons so far. He started to take a step in seven games in Salt Lake City, finishing fourth in the season finale and seventh in the standings. Stewart hopes to build on the Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing team.

TEAM NAME: Monster Energy Star Yamaha Racing
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Team Manager: Jeremy Coker
Mechanic: Jason Montoya

Amateur Career:

Become PRO: 2011
Best Result of the Race Season: 1ST (250SX EAST)
2020 SEASON RESULT: 7th (450SX)



•    7th place  Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX  in 2020
•    30th place Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX  in 2019
•    Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 250SX East winner in 2016
• One-time Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 250SX West Win
•    Two- times Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 250SX East Wins
•    Pro Motocross 250 Class Rookie of the Year in 2011


Overview of the 2020 season

After suffering an injury in the 2019 season, Malcolm Stewart launched a strong and sustained Supercross campaign for 2020. Stewart slipped from seventh place after 15 of his top 10 games at the end of the season, tied with the 2020 outdoor motocross champion Zach Osborne.

Forecast Supercross 2022

In October last year, Stewart signed a Supercross season agreement with Monster Energy/Star Racing Yamaha, and he entered 2021 with a new look. Stewart, who is already very comfortable with the new wheels, this is an important step in the right direction. It will be interesting to see how this new support system affects his performance and momentum in the first round in Anaheim in January.

Overall Season Results

Year Class Points Overall
2023 SUPERCROSS 450SX 15 32
2022 MOTOCROSS 450 61 19
2022 SUPERCROSS 450SX 314 3
2021 SUPERCROSS 450SX 248 6
2020 SUPERCROSS 450SX 252 7
2019 SUPERCROSS 450SX 17 30
2018 SUPERCROSS 450SX 169 11
2017 SUPERCROSS 450SX 103 15
2016 SUPERCROSS 250SX East 180 1
2015 SUPERCROSS 250SX West 107 7
2014 SUPERCROSS 250SX West 137 6
2014 SUPERCROSS 450SX 1 43
2014 MOTOCROSS 450 128 16
2013 MOTOCROSS 450 197 13
2013 SUPERCROSS 250SX West 88 10
2012 MOTOCROSS 250 190 11
2011 MOTOCROSS 250 188 11


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    Last Updated On:17-05-2024