Jamison's life was all about his
family and racing dirt bikes. He was riding a Suzuki JR 50 when he was
two years old. Started racing motocross at six years old and at the age
of 10 he started Flat Track racing. Flat Track racing became his life.
Jamison traveled all over the country meeting new people and building
his flat track family. He was known as a smooth, trusted rider. "He was
impressive on and off the race track, with a positive, upbeat attitude
that showed the markings of a future star," said Michael Lock, CEO of
AMA Pro Racing. Jamison started racing for JMC Motorsports in 2017 for
Jay Maloney and Jake Constantine who became like brothers to Jamison.
Jamison played hockey for Dover Youth Hockey for nine years. He loved
crossfit, cycling and training for races. Jamison was a movie buff and
would recite movie lines. He enjoyed music and would often sing while
traveling to the races. Jamison worked at Bryan's Cycle Center in
Ephrata, Pa., where he enjoyed working on motorcycles.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 3, 2017) - AMA Pro Racing is deeply saddened
by the tragic passing of American Flat Track competitor Jamison Minor
(21) and extends heartfelt condolences to his family.
Minor, a New Hampshire native, was involved in a multi-bike accident on
the first lap of the AFT Singles race during Saturday’s event in
Charlotte. Emergency medical personnel were on scene and responded to
the incident within seconds. Minor was airlifted to Carolinas Medical
Center in Charlotte, NC where he succumbed to his injuries on Sunday.
"Jamison exemplified the spirit of the sport and the entire American
Flat Track community is in mourning today,” said Michael Lock, CEO of
AMA Pro Racing. “He was impressive on and off the race track, with a
positive, upbeat attitude that showed the markings of a future star.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends during this