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Justin Brayton

Justin Brayton has been racing professionally for the past seven years. He began his motocross career in Arenacross at the age of 18, and quickly demonstrated his potential by becoming the Arenacross Series’ Rookie of the Year in the 2002-2003 season. In 2003-2004, he lived up to his potential by securing fourth overall. In the 2004-2005 season, he was slated to compete for the championship, but... FULL BIO >

Hometown: Fort Dodge, Iowa, USA
Website: justinbrayton.com
Twitter: @justinbrayton
Team: Smartop/MotoConcepts
Sponsors: Smartop, MotoConcepts

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450 Series Points

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July 23, 2016

Washougal 450 Moto 2: Brayton goes down

Justin Brayton goes over the bars in the second moto at Washougal.

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July 16, 2016

Spring Creek 450 Moto 1: Brayton passes Stewart

Justin Brayton makes the pass on James Stewart to take over ninth place.

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June 25, 2016

Tennessee 450 Moto 2: Tomac passes Brayton, Seely

Eli Tomac passes Justin Brayton and Cole Seely.

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June 25, 2016

Tennessee 450 Moto 2: Roczen passes Brayton

Ken Roczen makes the pass on Justin Brayton to move into second place.

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June 04, 2016

Thunder Valley 450 Moto 1: Seely and Tomac make pass on Brayton

Cole Seely and Eli Tomac both make the pass on Justin Brayton.

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May 21, 2016

Hangtown Starting Gate: Who wore it best

Trading in the red carpet for the dirt at Hangtown, Jenna and JT play "Who Wore It Best in this Fly Racing segment. Trey Canard vs Weston Peick, Zach Osborne vs Martin Davalos, Justin Brayton vs Andrew Short.

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August 13, 2015

Justin Brayton (concussion) out for Utah, Ironman

BTO Sports KTM's Brayton will be sidelined for the final two rounds of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship as he recovers from a mild concussion.

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Justin Brayton has been racing professionally for the past seven years. He began his motocross career in Arenacross at the age of 18, and quickly demonstrated his potential by becoming the Arenacross Series’ Rookie of the Year in the 2002-2003 season. In 2003-2004, he lived up to his potential by securing fourth overall. In the 2004-2005 season, he was slated to compete for the championship, but incurred an injury that had him sitting out virtually all of 2005.

 

In 2006, he secured a ride with a Supercross team and competed in the Supercross Lites class. This was his first full year riding Supercross. He received 12th overall, increasing his performances throughout the season, and ending the season with a ninth in the East/West shootout (Top twenty riders from both coasts race together). 

 

In 2008 and 2009 Brayton then moved onto the MDK/KTM Team. Brayton began racing in the lites class and then at the end of the 2009 lites season he moved into the 450 class for motocross. He progressed through the season and ended up seventh overall for the series. The highlight of his season was a moto WIN at Steel City.

 

During the winter of 2009 Brayton competed and won the Bercy Supercross and was crowned the "King of Bercy."

 

In 2010, Brayton joined Joe Gibbs Racing after the best year of his career with the victories in Steel City and Bercy, as well as winning the Genova Supercross in Italy and a silver medal at X Games 15 in Moto X. He finished 12th overall in points for the Lucas Oil Motocross Championship.

 

In 2011, Justin finished strong in the 450 class, earning himself 7th overall in points for the Lucas Oil Motocross Championships and 9th overall for the Supercross Championship.

 

Moving to Team Honda Muscle Milk in 2012, Brayton turned in a strong performance during the Supercross season, finishing 4th overall in points. It took Brayton a few rounds to really get going during the motocross season, but he still wound up 7th in points.

 

After one season together, Brayton and the factory Honda team parted ways. For 2013, Brayton re-united with JGR to ride a Yamaha.

 

Brayton signed with BTO Sports KTM for the 2015 season.

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August 13, 2015

Justin Brayton (concussion) out for Utah, Ironman

BTO Sports KTM's Brayton will be sidelined for the final two rounds of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship as he recovers from a mild concussion.

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October 01, 2014

Justin Brayton joins BTO Sports KTM

Justin Brayton has signed a two-year deal with BTO Sports KTM that will pair him alongside current team rider Andrew Short for the upcoming season.

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August 12, 2014

Luke Renzland Earns Unadilla RC Hard Charger Award in Pro Debut

Recent amateur graduate Luke Renzland fought for a pair of finishes in the points at Unadilla in his pro debut for Cycle Trader/Rock River Yamaha.

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July 31, 2014

Privateer Tevin Tapia Takes RC Hard Charger Award at Washougal

Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin turned qualifying success into race wins, while Justin Brayton and Christophe Pourcel showcased their power out of the gate all afternoon long.

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July 15, 2014

Dean WIlson Earns RC Hard Charger Award at Budds Creek

The 25th annual stop at the legendary Budds Creek facility presented the toughest weather conditions to date in 2014, providing an opportunity for some new riders to emerge at the forefront of the 250 and 450 Classes.

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May 20, 2014

Justin Brayton to Miss Several Rounds with Knee Injury

JGR Yamaha's Justin Brayton will miss the "first few rounds" of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season, including Saturday's season opener at Glen Helen, as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

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May 14, 2014

Highly Talented Field Set to Vie for 450 Class Title

With the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season set to kick off, a deep field of title hopefuls looks to start off strong at the opening round at Glen Helen.

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August 17, 2013

Ryan Villopoto Clinches 2013 Championship with 450 Moto 2 Win in Utah

Ryan Villopoto has officially proven to be the best rider of this year's 450 Class as he sweeps the Built Ford Tough Utah National and wins his second championship in the premier class.

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July 23, 2016

Washougal 450 Moto 2: Brayton goes down

Justin Brayton goes over the bars in the second moto at Washougal.

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July 16, 2016

Spring Creek 450 Moto 1: Brayton passes Stewart

Justin Brayton makes the pass on James Stewart to take over ninth place.

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June 25, 2016

Tennessee 450 Moto 2: Tomac passes Brayton, Seely

Eli Tomac passes Justin Brayton and Cole Seely.

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June 25, 2016

Tennessee 450 Moto 2: Roczen passes Brayton

Ken Roczen makes the pass on Justin Brayton to move into second place.

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June 04, 2016

Thunder Valley 450 Moto 1: Seely and Tomac make pass on Brayton

Cole Seely and Eli Tomac both make the pass on Justin Brayton.

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May 21, 2016

Hangtown Starting Gate: Who wore it best

Trading in the red carpet for the dirt at Hangtown, Jenna and JT play "Who Wore It Best in this Fly Racing segment. Trey Canard vs Weston Peick, Zach Osborne vs Martin Davalos, Justin Brayton vs Andrew Short.

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August 08, 2015

Unadilla 450 Moto 1: MotoSport.com Holeshot Replay

Justin Brayton taking the holeshot in Moto 1

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August 08, 2015

Unadilla 450 Moto 1: Simpson, Brayton and Nicoletti battle

Shaun Simpson makes the pass on Brayton and looking to pass Bogle. Also, Roczen in the mechanics area after his first turn crash.

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