Backed by Rock River Power Sports is the #23 of Jamison DuClos. They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree which is proved to be true as Jamison is following in his father's footsteps of racing and being involved in school athletics as well. Jamison has been making a scene at the track lately, proving he has what it takes to run up front. After bringing home a championship from the Baja Brawl we caught up with Jamison to see how things are going and where he plans on racing next.
Wednesday, and Friday I am done with school at 1:37 and do homework from then until 3:45 when I have football practice. On Tuesdays and Thursdays I go up to the college here at UW-Whitewater and take English 101 from 2-3:15, which is the end of our school day here at Whitewater High School. After football practice I grab my little brother, go home, take a shower and work on homework. We typically eat dinner and all help clean up. After dinner I finish the last of my homework and enjoy watching TV or playing x-box until I go to bed around 9.
MP: Talk about your debut at the Brawl, you walked away with some solid finishes and even brought home the #1 plate in 250 2-Stroke.
Jamison DuClos: When I arrived at the brawl it looked a bit wet. We usually have trouble pulling in because of all the sand and the size/weight of our rig, so I was a little worried we may get stuck. The track actually turned out to be really good Friday during practice. I tried to ride my new 2016 Yz450F in practice but the combination of sand, a new bike, and never riding a 4-stroke I figured it was best to stick with the 250 2-stroke. The racing was great. I got the hole shot every moto in the 2-stroke capturing the championship, however the 450 B didn't go as well. Friday night I had family friends come to the track to visit. Since they live in MI about an hour away from the Baja we don't get to see them very often so it was great to be able to catch up. After they left I went and watched the awesome whip contest and then hit the sack. Saturday night after I finished racing I came in the motor home and worked on my homework until 9:30 that night. Sunday night I watched the side x side races which were really crazy at some points, however it was still so cool to watch. After that I was off to the pond-appaloosa where I watched mini mad Mike ride a bike through fire into the pond. There was the belly flop contest and of course the wheelie boys tearing it up for another great show.