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James Ellison - 2005 Rider Profile
 
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James Ellison

James Ellison
  • Number - 77
  • Team - Blata WCM
  • Bike - Blata
  • Date of birth - 19/09/1980
  • Nationality - GREAT BRITAIN
  • James Ellison made his MotoGP debut at Brno last year, replacing the injured Chris Burns for the WCM team. Ellison has a wealth of four-stroke experience, having competed in the European Superstock series, which he won in 2000 and 2001, World Endurance and the British Superbike Championship. In 2004, he was leading the Privateer Cup when Peter Clifford asked him to replace Burns. The 25 year-old from Cumbria scored his first full season in the MotoGP World Championship in 2005 riding the new V6 Blata WCM.

    James Ellison
  • 1995 - 8th 80cc Junior Road-Race Championship
  • 1996 - 3rd 80cc Junior Road-Race Championship
  • 1997 - 8th 125cc Superteen Championship
  • 1998 - 5th 125cc Superteen Championship
  • 1999 - 8th in 600cc European Superstock Chamionship
  • 2000 - European Superstock Champion
  • 2001 - European Superstock Champion
  • 2002 - 18th in World Supersport Championship
  • 2003 - 3rd European Superstock Chamionship
  • 2004 - 19th Superbike World Championship