Jean Ramos' JourneyTuesday, January 24, 2012 | 1:35 PM
The Brazilian rider Jean Carlos Ramos, 22, from Curitiba, Parana, took his journey to the United States in early December 2011 to face for the first time, the AMA Supercross.
Settled in Corona, California, the rider went to North America with the goal of performing his pre-season and part of the first six stages of the world championship.
Jean Ramos runs with the #992, and in the second round of his rookie season in the competition, ensuring a spot to participate in the hotly contested final Lites category.
In Brazil, the young rider career is extensive: his first victory in a state championship was in 1994, at the 50cc category when he was five years old. Since then, accumulating several titles and is now one of the largest and most renowned Brazilian motocross riders.
In his bag, he carries titles in Brazilian Motocross Championship, Supercross and Arenacross, he also won the Latin American MX title in 2008 and was Champion of Brasilian MX2 MotocrossChampionship, so he is the actual champion of 2011.
Acted at Honda Racing Brazil Official rider between 2008 and 2011, team with which won again last year, the title of national MX.
Jean Ramos is sponsored by Pirelli of Brazil and JRM Motocross School and support MR-PrÃ³, Fox, 5inco, TBT Racing e Photos IC.
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